We Standing Together oleh: IACC ADMIN | 1 Tahun lalu
The initiative, entitled Virtual Collaboration for Peace #prayformyanmar, occurred spontaneously as a solidarity response to the "struggles" of Myanmar artists so far. We welcome a release from Myanmar artists entitled: Call to the Global Creative Community to Show Solidarity with the People of Myanmar. They claim that the situation in Myanmar can indeed be resolved by the Myanmar people themselves, but they need international support for what they are fighting for, -looking a form of democracy.
This virtual exhibition, which began in March 2021 through the Indonesian Art Culture Network's Facebook Page media, can be called an engagement for artists to interact and spread the message #PrayforMyanmar. 145 works have been received; Indonesian participants are the largest participants and some are from Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Brunei Darussalam, the Philippines, South Korea, India, Nepal, Bhutan, United Arab Emirates, Iraq, Iran, Lebanon, Syria, Turkey, Morocco, Mexico, Brazil, Equador, Peru, Nigeria, Senegal, Macedonia, Lithuania, Slovakia, Russia, Netherlands, Mauritus, Germany, Austria, USA, Italy, and Greece.
We Stand Together
We stand together is a new #PrayforMyanmar initiative with the theme: Reflections on Myanmar, - reflecting on current conditions in Myanmar, stories of humanity; the love of mankind in the midst of political tragedy.
Now we want to continue this virtual exhibition with South East Asia artists and international, with the theme: Reflection of Myanmar, and it will be exhibited virtually, documented in a zines; digital catalog and if possible presenting selected artworks with a gallery space (offline) in Surabaya or anywhere In Indonesia the end of 2021 (optional for Indonesian Artist and anyone interesting).
Selected artworks will be published @indoartculture facebook fan page and suggested that selected artists participate in publishing through their respective social media networks. This is a unique exhibition, using social media to campaign about human tragedy in Myanmar, after coup on February 1st, 2021 and to convey message of peace in the region. The virtual exhibition will continue during the months of August - September 2021. And all possibilities will be considered to increase empathy for this humanitarian actions. If you are interested, join us with any visual artworks (2D/3D).
Reflection of Myanmar
The situation in Myanmar is getting worse for a long time, so it is hoped that every artist participant of #PrayforMyanmar virtual exhibition would make new works according to the current situation in Myanmar, can be followed by artist participants who have participated or who are new.
For artist participants who have already participated, please send us:
1. A new work, with a description of the work (word_file)
2. While for new artist participants, please send a profile picture, and CV
3. Photo of the work with JPEG file name: name of artist_title_size_media_year, according to the theme, and a description of the work.
Only complete entry will be processed.
Deadline June 30th, 2021 for South East Asia (SEA) Artist, and August 17th, 2021 for non-SEA Country.
Send complete application to: firstname.lastname@example.org with subjek: We Stand Together #PrayforMyanmar
Please note, the work must be in accordance with the theme, with the current situation in Myanmar. We will not accept it, if the work does not match the theme. Only selected artworks will be notified.
Official Art Project @indoartculture Facebook Fan Page: www.indonesianartculture.org
Instagram @IAC Network
Antonius Kho (Indonesia), Gloria Keh (Singapore), Retno Anjarwati (Indonesia)
Seno Gumira Adjidarma
Art Project Director:
Bahtiar Dwi Susanto
Thanks to all artists from:
Indonesian participants are the largest participants and some are from Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Brunei Darussalam, the Philippines, South Korea, India, Nepal, Bhutan, United Arab Emirates, Iraq, Iran, Lebanon, Syria, Turkey, Morocco, Mexico, Brazil, Ecuador, Peru, Nigeria, Senegal, Macedonia, Lithuania, Slovakia, Russia, Netherlands, Mauritius, Germany, Austria, USA, Italy, and Greece.