The Canadian Museum for Human Rights has put the call out for youth to submit art projects as part of an upcoming exhibition for Manitoba 150.
The exhibit, ARTiculate Our Rights, will depict “a youthful vision of human rights today and into the future, with interpretation left open to their artistic expression,” the museum says.
Youth can use any artistic medium, except for film and video. High-quality photographs of the selected submissions will be mounted on large billboard-type signs throughout The Forks early next summer in celebration of Manitoba’s 150th anniversary as a province. An indoor version of the exhibition will also be created for display in the CMHR’s Level 6 Expressions gallery.
Youth between the ages of 13 to 19 can submit individual or group projects to be considered by a jury for selection in the exhibition.
The deadline for submissions is January 17, 2020. Further information and project guidelines can be found online.