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Call for Art: Can You Hear Us Now?: Revolutionary Art of the Next Generation

Type: Exhibition Opportunities [View all]
Posted by: Agnes Scott College
Deadline: Sun, February 20th, 2022

This spring The Dalton Gallery of Agnes Scott College will present Can You Hear Us Now?, a student-designed exhibition of activist art and ephemera by young adults in the Atlanta area from March 31st to May 6th, 2022. Can You Hear Us Now? aims to oppose various historically exclusionary practices in the art world, create space for communities and conversations, and highlight the rich narratives of activism that stem from young adults in Atlanta. Alongside the exhibition, The Dalton Gallery will publish a website that will feature art from the show, links to organizations in Atlanta, activist ephemera, and other research. In April, the gallery will host programming with local activist organizations and artists.

Individuals ages 18-24 in the Atlanta area are invited to apply. We seek images and objects in all mediums with subjects pertaining to activism, socially engaged art, mutual aid, and protest. Activists who create visual ephemera (digital or physical) are encouraged to apply as well.



All entries are to be submitted digitally through Please retain a copy of the information you provide on the entry form. Please submit all photos as a JPG and all writing as a PDF. This form will be active from January 15, 2022 to February 20, 2022, and all entries must be completed by 11:59pm EST on February 20, 2022. For questions about exhibition guidelines, please contact Lillian Jackson at

Participants may enter up to three pieces on one application. Submissions will include the following:

-Contact information including mailing address, telephone number, email address, and website address (if applicable)

-Title of each work submitted

-Year artwork was completed

-Brief statement about the work. This may include descriptive material. Limited to 75 words.

-Up to three images of each work. 

-A PDF containing  

 -Image list numbered to correspond to the portfolio images submitted. Please include full photography credits as well as title, mediums, dimensions,    and description of each work.

-Presentation/installation requirements for the work submitted including any special fixtures required



Notification of acceptance will be by email only, no later than March 1, 2022, to the email address provided on the entry form, with “CYHUN Notification of Decision” in the subject line. Attached to the notification email will be instructions for shipment/delivery and retrieval of artwork. Applicants not selected will also be notified. No phone calls, please.

Images of accepted work will be retained by The Dalton Gallery for archival purposes. The exhibition will hang from March 31, 2022 to May 6, 2022, in The Dalton Gallery in the Dana Fine Arts Building on the campus of Agnes Scott College, Decatur, Georgia.



Lillian Jackson is a senior art history major at Agnes Scott College. Her research interests focus on socially engaged art, contemporary art, current museum practices, and curatorial activism. She grew up just outside of Atlanta, GA, and began engaging with the art world in Atlanta from early on in her childhood. Her goal is to use this experience as a base to expand the museum world, setting an example of how museums can engage with socially engaged art and activism in their galleries and through their connections with the community.


The Dalton Gallery of Agnes Scott College is a teaching gallery located in the heart of the Dana Fine Arts Building on ASC’s campus. Agnes Scott officially opened The Dalton Gallery in the Charles A. Dana Fine Arts Building on October 24, 1965. Named in honor of Harry L. Dalton and his wife, Mary Keesler Dalton ’25, the gallery forms the central public area on the main floor of the building. The opening event featured an exhibition of fifty-five paintings which Mr. and Mrs. Dalton had given to Agnes Scott to augment the college’s permanent art collection. Today the Dalton Gallery works closely with the Department of Art & Art History, recognizing the inherent expressive value of art, its enrichment of the human experience, and the dependence of global culture on visual literacy.

Please contact with questions.

Posted on Mon, January 24th, 2022
Expires on Sun, February 20th, 2022

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