"I'M REALLY HER” - FREE Entry
$225 in Awards - Juried Exhibition
Manifest Destiny is thrilled to announce a juried open call art exhibition curated by Chanell Angeli. In honor of Women's History Month, we are inviting young female artists between the ages of 10 and 17 to submit their work.
We recognize the significant lack of representation for female artists in the art world, with many exhibitions featuring primarily the work of men. In response, we have created this exhibition to empower and represent young girls, while also highlighting the value of their hard work by offering a cash prize.
Our goal is to instill confidence and foster creative freedom in female artists from a young age so that they feel and know they are really "That Girl", they are "Really Her"! Because we believe that women deserve equal recognition and compensation for their talents, just as our male counterparts do.
At Manifest Destiny, we are dedicated to telling the stories of underserved communities through art and expression. We invite you to apply for this call and help change the narrative.
Submission Deadline Extended: February 11th, 2024
Opening Reception & Award Ceremony: March 2nd 1-3pm
Award Info: 1st Prize $100. 2nd Prize $75. 3rd Prize $50
Type: Juried exhibition
Eligibility: Youth aged 10-17, living in the city of Atlanta
Categories: Craft/Traditional Arts, Photography, Drawing, Mixed-Media/Multi-Discipline, Painting, Sculpture
This is a no-commission exhibition.
Online and in Person at the Emma Darnell Aviation Museum 3900 Aviation Cir NW Atlanta Ga
Meet The Jurors
Tisha Smith is a curator, mixed media artist, arts education coordinator, arts advocate, and
administrator who believes “art is essential to the advancement of humanity.”
Jasmine Wright is a talented and passionate individual, born
and raised in Atlanta. She started her journey by earning a BS
in Fine Arts from Fort Valley State University, where she honed
her creative skills.
Karimah McFarlane is a highly dynamic HR Executive and proven Global People Strategy Leader with over 20+ years of experience in positioning organizations for sustainable success, advancement,
Sakari Sanders, Chief Curator and Founder of Curated for Artist is a seasoned art enthusiast with over 24 years of art studies and a degree in Art History from Spelman College ’13.
Cassandra Hickey, also known as Honey Pierre, entered the world in Cleveland, OH, under the nurturing embrace of Rhonda Harris, amidst a vibrant family of four siblings. Her artistic genesis sprung from an early fascination with fashion magazines, sparking a passionate journey of daily illustrations.
Esohe Galbreath is the founder and principal of Sohé Solutions, where she supports small businesses, artists, and creatives in the areas of accounting, finance, and organization.