an exhibition open to ALL ARTISTS, you are invited!
here is just a selection of the growing list of participants:

Adam Farcus, Adriana Farmiga, Alex Chitty, Allison Lacher, Anna Ehrsam, Alyssa Gorelick, April Childers, Bahareh Khoshooee, Branden Koch, Carl DAlvia, Dominique Labauvie, Elisa Lendvay, Emily Burns, Estafania Valez, Franklin Evans, Geoffrey Young, Gina Osterloh, Gordon Hall, Gregg Perkins, Haynes Riley, Helmut Smits, Iris Bernblum, Jake Troyli, Jasmine Justice, Jeremy Bolen, Jeremiah Chiu, Jeremiah Hulsebos-Spofford, Jesse Farber, Jesse Malmed, Jon Notwick, Kate O’Neill, Katherine Mojzsis, Keiko Narahashi, Kristin Reger, Leah Sandler, Libbi Ponce, Lindsey Dorr-Niro, Lizzie Scott, Lovid, Max Warsh, Matt Wicks, Michael Holden, Nadja Sayej, Nancy Goldring, Nathan Parker Collins, Neil Bender, Noelle Mason, Patrick Neal, Paul Erschen, Paul Shortt, Peter Schenk, Rachel Beach, Rafa Vargas Bernard, Roxanne Jackson, Ryder J Liou (age 7!), Shoshana Dentz, Sofia Leiby, Sonya Wagner, Stella Brown, Taylor O. Thomas, Thad Kellstadt, Thomas Huston, Tim Roda, Valentina Zamfirescu, Walter Matthews, Will Douglas, Xat Gomez, Zoe Pettijohn Schade

RULERS is an open exhibition for all artists to submit original works of handmade rulers.  In an era of terrible rulers, we invite artists to develop their own measuring objects with mechanical, political, or poetic implications.  

All mediums accepted, all sizes accepted, all ages accepted, all entries accepted.  
Artists name their price up to $100.00, all proceeds will be donated to Planned Parenthood and the ACLU.
If you’d like to participate but your piece is not for sale, you are also welcome!

RULERS opens Saturday, June 1st at Coco Hunday in Tampa, FL through Saturday, June 8th, 2019.  Organized by Sue Havens and Jason Lazarus.

Submissions should be mailed to arrive before May 27, 2019, to:

Jason Lazarus
212 w Thomas St
Tampa, FL 33604

For those submitting video, please mail a thumb drive with the file formatted as MP4…

Please send the following information with your work:

(donation of work means we will keep trying to sell the work to raise money after the exhibition closes, the mass returning of unsold work back to artists will reduce the amount of money we are able to raise for these two institutions)