Coco Hunday is a garage exhibition space in Seminole Heights.
Mostly hosting shows of emerging and mid-career artists, Coco Hunday is sending out a bat signal to all artists, of all ages, media and skill levels to donate pieces for its upcoming exhibition, RULERS.
The show flyer reads, “In an era of terrible rulers, we invite artists to develop their own measuring objects with mechanical, political, or poetic implications.”
Original works of handmade rulers need to be submitted before May 27th to be exhibited in the show.
Each artist can price their piece up to $100, with all proceeds being donated to Planned Parenthood and the ACLU.
RULERS is set to open Saturday, June 1st, and will run for a week, until June 8th.
For more information about the show and details for mailing works, visit cocohunday.com.
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