Freedom of Movement:
Elements of Transportation from Past to Present
June 24 - July 17, 2019
Babylon Citizens Council on the Arts (BACCA) and the Town of Babylon History Museum announce a call to artists for “Freedom of Movement: Elements of Transportation from past to Present,” an Art Show that will inspire visual artists to create work that will focus on elements of transportation and will be held from June 24th -July 17th, 2019.
The show will depict the ways that transportation has evolved throughout history, from the horse and carriage, to trains, planes, bicycles, and the self-driving car of today. These innovations, inspired by our collective desire for “freedom of movement,” have had an incredible and far-reaching impact on the ways in which we live our lives.
As part of this artistic collaboration with the Town of Babylon History Museum, we will be displaying local Long Island references and photographs from the History Museum’s archives along with informative printed material. This exhibition will enlighten its viewers with both artistic work and our community’s rich history.
The show welcomes all painting and drawing media. Entries must be original works that have not been previously exhibited in a BACCA show. Two-dimensional works must be suitably framed and wired for hanging.
Our judge for this show is Carl Lubow, a graduate of The School of Visual Arts in Manhattan. Lubow has also studied privately with Harvey Dinnerstein, Burton Silverman, Max Ginsburg and Albert Handel. His work has been displayed in galleries and private collections. Most notable was his showing in the National Portrait Gallery in Washington DC.
Town of Babylon History Museum at Old Town Hall
47 West Main Street
Babylon NY 11702.