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Call for Submissions: Erasing Borders: Twelfth Annual IAAC Exhibition of Contemporary Indian Art of the Diaspora 2015

Erasing Borders: Twelfth Annual
IAAC Exhibition of Contemporary Indian Art of the Diaspora 2015
Deadline: October 15, 2014The Indo American Arts Council is delighted to announce its Call for Submissions for the Erasing Borders Exhibition of Contemporary Indian Art of the Diaspora 2015 Curated by Vijay Kumar, Erasing Borders explores the contributions of artists whose origins can be traced to the Indian Subcontinent. The exhibition travels to several key galleries and museums in North America from February – December each year. Please visit www.iaac.us


  • Artwork submitted must have been completed within the last two years
  • All visual art genres will be considered
  • Works in progress will be considered with attached explanations
  • Artists living in North America who have their origins in the Indian Subcontinent
  • All submissions must be received by the deadline of October 15, 2014
  • Works not yet exhibited are highly recommended
  • Collaborative works will also be considered


  • (Artwork will not be considered if we have not received all the requested materials below)
  • All information must be on a CD, labeled with artist’s Name, E-mail and Phone Number
  • The CD must include high resolution images (at least 1500 x 2100 pixels 300dpi) of the artwork (the images should not be over 2 MB)
  • All images must include: Title, Size, Medium, Price, year completed.
  • The CD to also include a document containing artist’s Full Name, E-mail, Web Address, Mailing Address and Phone Number
  • Artist’s Photograph (at least 1200 x 1200 pixels, 300 dpi)
  • Artist Statement
  • Resume
  • Submission fee: $20
  • All information should be in the word file format and not pdf.

Submission deadline: October 15, 2014
Participating artists for 2015 will be announced December 2014

Please send all submissions to:
Erasing Borders 2015
Indo-American Arts Council Inc
517 East 87th Street, Suite 1B
New York, NY 10128
Email: ebart.iaac@gmail.com

* Application Fee $20
Registration fee may be through Pay pal (using any credit card) Click here >> or via cheque to the address above.
The Indo-American Arts Council is a 501 ©3 not-for-profit secular arts organization passionately dedicated to promoting, showcasing and building an awareness of artists of Indian origin in the performing arts, visual arts, literary arts and folk arts. For information please visitwww.iaac.us.Indo-American Arts Council Inc. 517 East 87th St, Suite 1B, New York, NY 10128. Phone: 212 594 3685. Web:www.iaac.us

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Arts of Pacific Asia Show 2012


Arts of Pacific Asia Show 2012Asian American Women Artists Association (AAWAA) presents a vibrant selection of artworks by San Francisco Bay Area women artists. Juried by Inson Choy, former Curatorial Assistant – Korean Art Department, Asian Art Museum of San Francisco. This marks AAWAA’s partnership in the Contemporary Asia Pacific Arts.

Where: Festival Pavilion, Fort Mason Center, San Francisco (for directions click here)


Festival Pavilion Hours

Friday, February 3, 11 am to 7 pm

Saturday, February 4, 11 am to 7 pm

Sunday, February 5, 11 am to 5 pm


Admission: $15 (includes color catalogue)

Showcasing AAWAA Artists:

Kay Kang
Pallavi Sharma
Julie Tsuchiya
Susan Almazol
Shizue Seigel
Xiaojie Zheng
Maria Lobo
Maggie Yee
Shari Arai Deboer                                                          
Barbara Horiuchi
Cynthia Tom                                                        

About San Francisco Arts of Pacific Asia Show

The San Francisco Arts of Pacific Asia Show brings more than 10,000 antiques, textiles and art from Pacific Asia to the West Coast. This event, the oldest and largest vetted fair in the US brings together Asian art specialists from Asia, Europe and North America and this year spotlights contemporary pan-Asian arts.

Asian American Women Artists Association (AAWAA) is a nonprofit arts organization dedicated to ensuring the visibility and documentation of Asian American women in the arts. Through exhibitions, publications, and educational programs, we offer thought-provoking perspectives that challenge societal assumptions and promote dialogue.


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