ROUNDCOLLAB: Queer Asian Pride exhibition

ROUNDCOLLAB was founded in 2023 in San Francisco specializing in contemporary Asian art. Our programs reflect our commitment to addressing the most pressing issues facing the world today through the unique perspectives of our artists from Asian and the diaspora.

This is an Open Call for LGBTQIA+ artists of Asian American, Native Hawai’ian, and Pacific Islander descent, and is also open to LGBTQIA+ artists of Asian descent worldwide to participate in an exhibition in California celebrating Queer Asian Pride in conjunction with the AANHPI Heritage and Pride months in May to June 2024 and beyond.

Selected works may also be showcased at U.S. and international art fairs in future

Eligibility criteria

  • Who: LGBTQIA+ artists of Asian descent from the U.S., Asia and worldwide

Deadline:

  • Submissions close on Mar 31, 12:00 PM EDT

Application fee:

  • None

Information about organization:

  • About the SF LGBT Center

    The mission of the SF LGBT Center is to connect its diverse community to opportunities, resources and each other to achieve our vision of a stronger, healthier, and more equitable world for LGBT people and allies.

    Its four priorities are to:
  • Foster greater opportunities for people to thrive
  • Organize for our future
  • Celebrate its history and culture
  • Build resources to create a legacy for future generations
  • About DTLA Proud

    DTLA Proud began as a festival and opened a community center that focuses on Accessibility and Representation in order to help our community Thrive (A+R=T). The Center houses an art gallery, queer marketplace, queer library, community room and co-working space. The A+R=T Community Center located at the Bloc in DTLA that is a queer safe space for all ages.
  • About THESTYLEGUYDE

    Helmed by Steve Galindo, THESTYLEGUYDE Gallery stands to unite communities through the language of art photography, mixed media manipulation, painting and sculpture in hopes of driving conversation of change for marginal communities including the BIPOC and LGBTQAI+ Communities in Los Angeles.

awards:

  • Artworks will be exhibited in public spaces for 2 months in San Francisco and Los Angeles, they will be made available for sale.

Contact info

Additional information:

  • What: Physical Artworks including paintings, drawings, works on paper, sculptures, installations, textiles/ fiber arts, video/ new media. Please note we are only accepting physical artworks and video/new media works at this time.
  • Where: San Francisco LGBT Center, DTLA Proud and/or online
  • How: Selected artists will be offered the opportunity to participate in this physical exhibition with selected artists being responsible for mailing their physical piece to California for display.
  • When: Throughout May and June 2024 or longer, during Asian American, Native Hawai’ian and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) Heritage and LGBTQIA+ Pride months
  • We are thrilled at this opportunity to showcase your work in a Queer Asian context to raise awareness of the unique LGBTQIA+ experiences in the Asian community in the U.S., Asia and worldwide.
  • Artists must be able to submit their physical works to San Francisco and/or Los Angeles, California if they have been selected for exhibition. The works will be made available for sale.
  • Limit Size: 18×24 inches or smaller for paintings and drawings and 18x18x18 for sculptures and installations.
  • Please submit images (.JPG or .PNG) of at least 300dpi resolution and 3MB minimum size.
  • Artists must be able to submit their physical works to California if they have been selected for exhibition.
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