Celebrate Black History Month this year at the Kranzberg Arts Center with the return of Saint Louis Story Stitchers Artists Collective’s Perception Isn’t Always Reality, a cultural exchange that explores the dynamics of community in St. Louis through issues of identity, bias, and public perception as related to individual lives.
During February, the Saint Louis Story Stitchers Artists Collective will hold public events including a public screening of photographs and videos collected from community artists reflecting on the theme entitled Community Video Sketchbook.
Perception Isn’t Always Reality is a platform for community engagement through an artistic lens, with it the Saint Louis Story Stitchers Artists Collective works to shift perceptions and realities and bring hope to our community. Join us this February at Kranzberg Arts Center and become a part of this vital project.
SEND US AN IMAGE OR A VIDEO SHORT AND ADD YOUR VOICE!
PERCEPTION ISN’T ALWAYS REALITY
COMMUNITY VIDEO SKETCHBOOK 2016 on the BIG screen at Kranzberg Arts Center!
Artists residing in the St. Louis region are invited to submit original photographs and videos.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for a prospectus or download here: 2016.Perception Prospectus
Deadline for submission is extended to Friday, January 29.
See submissions from the 2015 Community Video Sketchbook HERE.