The rise of NFTs has represented many things, one of which increased opportunities for digital artists that didn’t exist in decades past. One such opportunity: display in a traditional gallery environment.
On Monday, November 1, the digital displays at DorDor Gallery in Bushwick, New York will feature 25 works from artists who have created NFTs on Voice.
We are pleased to announce that the works will be curated by Maliha Abidi, a Pakistani-American artist, author, and founder of “Story of Mental Health”. Her work focuses on women’s rights, mental health, gender equity, girl’s education and amplifying the voices from the marginalised communities.
Abidi’s mission aligns with Voice’s goal of inclusivity, bringing the power of NFTs to everyone.
“I am excited to curate this gallery because it is a beautiful way through which the traditional and the digital are coming together,” says Abidi, “while giving NFT artists an incredible opportunity for their work to be exhibited in a physical space.”
Submit your work
Submissions opened October 1st and artists selected will be announced by October 25th.
Submissions must be NFTs minted on Voice, but beyond that the possibilities are endless. Display your poetry, paintings, 3D animations, and more. If your NFT has a complementary physical element, you have the option of showcasing that as well.
Interested in attending?
Our tickets are NFTs, of course, minted by the DorDor Gallery in a limited amount. If you haven’t already, create your Voice account then buy tickets here. You must have a ticket in your Voice account to enter on November 1.