CFA: Femme Fotale’s Volume VI

CFA: Femme Fotale’s Volume VI

Femme Fotale’s Volume VI will focus on the subject of Health.

If you were to google the definition of Health, the first result quotes “the state of being free from illness or injury.”

What kind of relationship do you have with health? What does health mean to you? What does your health narrative look like?

According to the definition, health is considered to be a positive word with a positive outcome free from sickness. However, people are not free from illness or injuries; humans deal with various types of traumas or ailments that vary from each individual, whether it is a physical manifestation, emotional stress from a job, or mental health.

We would like to express that this issue is open to discussing all the different ways health can be perceived.

We welcome work that can discuss your relationship to health even if the subject is not you. However, please be mindful of any work submitted that may not center on you as the subject matter. It is important to make sure we are telling others health narratives with their consent. Femme Fotale invites you to submit 3-5 images that tell a narrative of what health means to you.

Submissions are open to women/femme identifying and GNC photographers in and outside of the United States.

Submissions close 7/12/2018.

Visit the Femme Fotale website to submit

ABOUT FF: Femme Fotale is a photographic project by women for everyone. We provide artistic platforms for women, femme identifying and GNC individuals to show their art regardless of class or education. We saw a lack of representation for non-dominant narratives in our own community and responded by creating spaces including photo books and photography shows. By fostering a community, we uplift artists and push their work to the forefront of the arts. We are flipping traditional roles from subject to artist and encouraging individuals to show their work publicly to receive recognition in the professional world.

CFA: Forgotten

CFA: Forgotten

Claire A. Warden interview (2015)

Claire A. Warden interview (2015)

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