Art with soul; a call for artists & poets!

Art can bridge gaps, start discussion and have healing effects.  These are 
some of the main reasons i love being represented by Gallery U in Red Bank!
They strive to help others through creativity and here's just on example.  So
if you're an artist/poet and also a social worker, this one's for you!

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CALL FOR ARTISTS AND POETS WHO ARE SOCIAL WORKERS
 
In celebration of Social Work Month 2013, Gallery U in Red Bank NJ
presents a month long celebration of social workers in New Jersey. A
number of events are scheduled for the month, including an exhibition
celebrating artwork by social workers and a special edition of POETRY
U focusing on poetry by New Jersey social workers.
We are currently looking for artwork by social workers (current,
retired and students) who are also artists. You can find submission
guidelines at https://www.facebook.com/groups/251637761584426/ in our
"file" section.
 
We are also looking for social workers who are poets to join this
special POETRY U event scheduled for Friday, March 22 from 7-9 PM. If
you would like to be considered for a featured reader spot at POETRY
U’s SWART event, please send three sample poems to
rlangdongalleryu@gmail.com. Submissions must be received by March 1,
2013.
Please pass this opportunity to anyone who may be interested.
 

5 thoughts on “Art with soul; a call for artists & poets!

  1. […]  For more from Lauren click here: Lauren’s Creative Corner […]

  2. reneephillipsart says:

    Is it okay if I cut it down to 75 words and list it in our Art Resource Directory?Take a look http://www.manhattanarts.com/Art-Resources/Opportunities.htmIf so, please ask them to send me a 72 dpi jpeg 120 pixels on the longest side.Take care,Renee Visit Renee’s Artrepreneur Coach blog Visit Renee’s Healing Power of Art blog Manhattan Arts Internationalhttp://www.ManhattanArts.com212.472.1660 Join ReneeTwitter reneephillipsnyFacebook ReneePhillipsArtCoachlinkedin.com/in/reneephillipsartcoach

  3. Lauren, I am a graduate of Rutgers School of Social Work who retired from forensic social work after 40 years, to become a full-time artist. I cannot see the prospectus, etc., because I refuse to sign on to Facebook or any social media, although I am very interested in this show.

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