Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains is seeking submissions of visual art on the topic of bodily autonomy and reproductive freedom in this current political climate for a gallery exhibition in Colorado Springs for the month of September.

The exhibit will be held at The Gallery Below at 716B North Weber Street in Colorado Springs. The show is open to the public and will run Sept. 1-30, and the art will be available for sale with 50 percent of proceeds going to Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains.

Sydney Slater, the communications manager at Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains, told the Colorado Times Recorder via email:

Our mission is to both build the communities we reside in and to give people the tools to empower and sustain their worlds. We think giving folks the platform to tell their stories through art can do just that.  We will be looking at all of the submissions through the lens of reproductive rights and bringing to life genuine connections to the feminist movement.

Submit work now through August 10.

To submit your work, fill out this form and then send a photo of your submission.