The Epilepsy Foundation is inviting artists to participate in the Fourth Annual Hidden Truths, The Mind Unraveled juried art show. Selected pieces will be featured at the art exhibit on October 3, 2015. Artwork from the show will also be featured on promotional materials and merchandise, including advertisements, brochures, posters, online, and more.
Applications are available online now with a deadline of June 1, 2015, for submission of work.There is NO entry fee to participate. The competition is open to all artists whose work and creativity have been influenced by epilepsy. Categories of work accepted include acrylic, oil, drawing/pastel, watercolor, sculptures, digital and mixed media. (For a complete list, see the submission form.)
For more information, contact us at email@example.com or by phone at (714) 987-9975.
Hidden Truths, The Mind Unraveled is presented by the Hidden Truths Project in collaboration with the Epilepsy Foundation as an annual fundraiser supporting translational research in epilepsy. This celebration of the arts is designed to showcase the work of artists with epilepsy.
This year, our fourth annual Hidden Truths, The Mind Unraveled fundraiser will take place in California on Saturday, October 3, 2015. The art show maintains the spirit of celebration in support of the amazing group of participating artists who live with epilepsy. Art provides the educational tool, enhancing societal awareness of this condition. Art speaks a universal language to allow a dialog between the artist and the observer revealing the hidden truths about epilepsy.
Thanks to the participation of talented artists, Hidden Truths, The Mind Unraveled is now a global movement. Last year 133 artists from around the world living with epilepsy submitted work. Malaysia, Australia, Greece, Uganda, the UK, Canada, Ireland, and the U.S. were among those countries represented. This annual event supports translational research in epilepsy. More than 150 donors and guests joined us last year, including members of the local and greater Southern California communities, as well as friends and artists with epilepsy from throughout the U.S. and abroad.