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CALL FOR ARTISTS: He Sees Her Struggle Exhibition at the Chesapeake Arts Center

A photo exhibition by men for the women in their lives. For a man the most important person in his life is often a woman. In this exhibition men are asked to look at that woman (or women) and to bear witness to her struggle for equality through black and white photography with selective color. Register via email to GRANT@HDYLMN.ORG

Exhibit Runs from March 1-30 2020 in the Hal Gomer Gallery at the Chesapeake Arts Center| Photographer’s reception March 5, 2020 from 6pm-8pm

He Sees Her Struggle is a product of How Do You Like Me Now Productions, Inc. How Do You Like Me Now, Productions is pleased to invite you to participate in the first He Sees Her Struggle photo exhibition. The new exhibition is a man’s eye view of the struggles the women in our lives fight every day. Twenty first century women still face many of the same challenges as their nineteenth century predecessors: pay inequality, job discrimination, workplace harassment, body image defined by men, and access to reproductive health services as regulated by a male dominated Congress. Male photographers are invited to submit photographic testimony to the struggles of women with a black and white image using selective color to highlight the impact of the struggle. Images of 16”x20” should be delivered in a 20”x24” matted frame gallery ready. Submission should be identified on the reverse with title of work, photographers name, models name (if applicable), camera/lenses used and price. Artists will receive 75% of sale proceeds. He Sees Her Struggle will pay forward 100% of its share of all proceeds to the National Organization for Women. Images to be hung as “not for sale” require approval of the curator prior to delivery to the gallery.

About Chesapeake Arts Center:
The Chesapeake Arts Center (CAC) is a vibrant community arts center that has nearly 70,000 visits annually through shows, art classes and community events.  The CAC’s diverse programming appeals to a variety of audiences and includes performances that educate and engage dialogue about social issues. CAC offers affordable and free arts programs to people of all ages and income levels, and it very proud to provide arts education classes and workshops for at-risk youth in the greater Brooklyn Park region. Our facility houses a 752-seat Hammonds Lane Theatre, a 120-seat Studio 194 Theatre, Hal Gomer Gallery, ceramics lab, dance studios, music room, MakerSpace and classrooms. For more information about the Chesapeake Arts Center visit www.Chesapeakearts.org or call us at P: 410-636-6597.

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