Brooks has a call to artists - Memphis Scene

I just saw this on the Brook's Museum web site:

Announcing the first-ever exhibition completely controlled by you! For the first time in the history of the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, we are calling on the community to submit artworks for "The Memphis Scene", and then to vote on which ones make the cut! Submit anything! It can be a painting, a drawing, a graphic design poster, a sculpture, a photograph, or a mixed media piece. We want to see how creative you can be!

Capture the essence of Memphis in its two greatest forms: Music and the Visual Arts!  

We are looking for any artwork which takes, “Music in the city of Memphis” as its theme, and we aren’t just talking about Elvis.  Memphis has one of the most diverse musical and artistic scenes in the country, and we want to show it from all sides.  From Memphis mariachi, to Three 6 Mafia, to your own jam sessions, we want to show how our city’s art and music come together as "The Memphis Scene".

You can read the entire Call to Artists here: http://www.brooksmuseum.com/memphisscene

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