Joshua H. Stulman Co-Curates Jewish Comic Con Art Exhibit
POW!!! Jewish Comic Art and Influence
In conjunction with Jewish Comic Con
Submission Deadline: February 1, 2018
Exhibition Opening: Thursday, April 26, 2018
Venue: Brooklyn Jewish Art Gallery, 603 St. John Place, Brooklyn NY, 11238
Joshua H. Stulman (Israeli Defense Comics) along with Joel Silverstein and Goldie Gross have been chosen to curate an exhibition of Jewish Comic Art and Artists inspired by Comics in conjunction with the 2nd Annual Jewish Comic Con in Brooklyn!
Visit the Jewish Art Salon who is accepting submissions for POW!!! Jewish Comic Art and Influence, which will kick off (and run in conjunction with) Jewish Comic Con, the first ever event of its kind at the Brooklyn Jewish Art Gallery. The Jewish Comic Con, in its second year, explores how Jewish identity has influenced comics, both on the page and behind the scenes. But it isn’t just for the “members of the Tribe”. It’s for everyone. It’s a love letter to the creators of the comic book medium and their heroes!
This exhibition entails two distinct types of comics-related art: Comics based on Jewish content (including all manner of cultural, historical, and religious experiences in and out of the commercial publishing world), and “fine” artworks (such as paintings, collages and prints) inspired by comic books as subject matter, both in form and content. The more unique and personal, the better!
On view until late June.
More info and submissions here: https://jewishartsalon.submittable.com/submit/99906/jewish-comic-con-art-exhibition