If you’ve been following this blog for the past few months, you will have read about the LGBTQ+ Positive Voices @ Goldsmiths Library project.
As a reminder, this project is focused on creating a collaborative exhibition to be launched during 2024 in Goldsmiths Library with a theme of positive representation and experiences of LGBTQ+ people.
The exhibition will include content from Goldsmiths University Special Collections and Archives; alongside works by individual creators.
You can find out more about the project in some of our older blog posts.
Today we are opening the form for submissions.
WHAT CAN YOU SUBMIT?
Any art or creative work by an LGBTQ+ person that fits the above theme, and can be shared or represented in a digital file format is welcome as a submission. This can include image, video, audio, text files, but is not limited to these forms only.
And if your creative work relates to or is inspired by LGBTQ+ material in Goldsmiths Special Collections and Archives, even better!
Contributions from amateur, hobby, DIY artists, crafters and creatives, those who do not consider themselves to be artists or creatives, and those who have never submitted to an exhibition before are especially welcome.
Participants must be 18 or over. Submissions will be included in the exhibition at the discretion of the organiser.
Any submission you make must be your own work and something that you are happy to be shared in a public space. You will retain full copyright of your work.
You do not need to either work or study at Goldsmiths to submit an entry.
YOUR PERSONAL DETAILS
All information submitted via this form (except email) will be included in the exhibition. If you would like your submission to appear anonymously in the exhibition, please select the option at the end of the form.
Email addresses submitted will be kept securely and confidentially and will only be used to contact you about the exhibition. They will not appear on the website.
SUBMISSION DEADLINE & GO LIVE
Call for exhibition submissions closes on 31st October 2023.
The exhibition will go live in spring 2024.
Follow the Goldsmiths Library blog for updates about the exhibition.
NEED MORE INFO?
If you’d like more information about the project, please contact a.green (@gold.ac.uk)
Ready to send your contribution? Fill in the form here.