Call for Artwork!


The Emily Program Foundation is excited to announce

Art and Eating Disorders – Building Community Awareness

in partnership with Forecast Public Art and Hennepin County’s Multicultural Arts Committee

to bring you an innovative

Creative Care: Arts + Healing in the Twin Cities

This showcase will display a broad spectrum of impressive arts and healing activities in the Twin Cities, including the work being done to understand and heal from an eating disorder.  The show will be installed in a secure, glass-enclosed gallery space on the A-Level of the Government Center, in a hallway connecting the Government Center with City Hall, from Nov 1st – Dec 31st.  And, around 2,000 individuals move through this space each week, so it is an amazing opportunity to reach a large and diverse audience about eating disorders.

We need your artwork!

Art and Eating Disorders – Building Community Awareness will incorporate artwork (2D and 3D) for the 2 month long exhibition.  If you have ever created anything inspired by eating disorder recovery, this is a night for you!  Themes include, but are not limited to, eating disorders, body image, and recovery.

Don’t wait to take part in this show; space is limited.  Submissions are accepted on a first-come first-serve basis.  Art pieces can be submitted on paper, foam core, and in other ways.  The gallery cannot support artwork that is too heavy. Artwork will be displayed anonymously with a description (unless otherwise requested).


Interested artists need to submit an entry with submission form to

Keri Clifton no later than October 1st, 2013.

Questions? Contact Keri at 651.379.6134 or

Call for Artists Submission Form