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CALL FOR ENTRIES
2017 ART AND DESIGN STUDENT JURIED EXHIBITION
TWO-DIMENSIONAL DESIGN • DRAWING • THREE-DIMENSIONAL DESIGN • PHOTOGRAPHY • CERAMICS • METALWORK AND JEWELRY• PAINTING • FIGURE DRAWING • SCULPTURE
SUBMIT YOUR ENTRY FORMS ONLINE. SUBMIT YOUR ARTWORK TO YOUR INSTRUCTOR WITH A COPY OF THE ENTRY FORM ATTACHED TO THE BACK.
SUBMISSION DATES: MONDAY, MARCH 27 • TUESDAY, MARCH 28 • WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29 • THURSDAY, MARCH 30 (BY 4PM)
Only artwork completed during ART classes or as assigned course work at Parkland College is eligible. Original artwork in all media taught in the Art and Design program at Parkland College is eligible. All work must be of the artist’s own design and execution. Work must have been completed during the academic calendar year that includes the Summer 2016, Fall 2016, and Spring 2017 semesters only.
1. Paintings on stretched canvas must be properly framed and wired for hanging.
2. Other flat work (drawings, designs, prints, etc.) must be appropriately matted and completely covered (including mat) with clear acetate. Do not put wire or any hanging devices on matted work.
3. Photographs must be hinged or dry-mounted. Do not cover with acetate or put wire or any hanging devices on mounted work.
4. Frames and glassed work are discouraged because of susceptibility to damage, but may be accepted if appropriately wired for hanging.
5. Enter works for consideration online through jotform. This submission form is available online at parkland.edu/gallery.
6. Each student is eligible to enter up to four artworks. These should be entered separately on the online submission form and indicated as Entry 1, Entry 2, Entry 3, and Entry 4.
7. Affix an entry label to the upper right-hand corner on the back of each entry indicating your NAME (first and last) as well as the Entry Number which corresponds to your jotform entries (ex. Jane Doe, Entry 1). You may print a copy of the jotform as a receipt to claim work after jurying or (for accepted work) at the close of the exhibit.
1. By entering artworks, the entrant agrees that his/her works are submitted for jurying.
2. All accepted works must remain for the duration of the exhibit, as placed by the gallery staff.
3. Entrants may be asked to assist in transporting work to the gallery.
4. Entrants agree to pick up their work at the close of the exhibition. Unclaimed works will not be held beyond the end of spring semester of 2017.
Although every precaution will be taken, Parkland College and its staff will not be responsible for any loss of or damage to the works submitted, no matter how it may be caused. Entrants submit works subject to this condition.
Merit Awards will be given for outstanding examples in specific media. Achievement Awards ($100) will be given for sustained outstanding artistic achievement in multiple disciplines. These awards include:
• The Parkland President Award
• Dr. David M. and Shirley A. Jones Student Art Award
• Metals Award for jewelry/metalsmithing
• Fine and Applied Arts Chair Award
• The Parkland Art and Design Faculty Award
• Blair Kling Memorial Award
Additional Awards include:
• The Art Coop Award for Sustained Studio Excellence ($100 Merchandise Award)
• The Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts Award for a summer workshop ($400 scholarship)
Scholarships will be announced at the reception:
• The Don Lake Art Scholarship
• The Underwood-Alger Scholarship
• The Robert Ralph Ford Art Scholarship
There will be a limited number of purchase awards for 2D work. Unfortunately due to space, the college is only able to purchase 2D work. Work may be designated “not for sale to the public” and still be considered for a purchase award if so designated on the entry label. If selected, the college will pay $50 for photographs and $100 for all other work. Purchased works will become part of the Parkland College Student Art Collection, which is displayed on campus and in traveling exhibits throughout the college district.
Entrants may offer works for sale to the public. Except for referrals, Giertz Gallery will not act as agent in any sale transaction (other than purchases for the Student Art Collection). Parkland College does not charge a commission on sales of art from the student exhibit. We recommend to price work for sale work with a minimum price of $50.
Parkland College reserves the right to photograph or otherwise reproduce accepted works in this exhibit for the catalog, the press, or for other educational use.
The exhibit will open Monday, April 10, 2017, and continue through Saturday, May 6, 2017, in the Giertz Gallery.
An opening reception will be held for the artists and is open to the public on Thursday, April 13, in the Gallery Lounge from 5 to 7 p.m. with an awards ceremony at 6 p.m.
The gallery will be open:
Monday–Thursday, 10 a.m.–7 p.m.
Saturday, noon–2 p.m.
2D entries must be submitted to your art instructor. 3D entries will be hand-delivered to the 3D classroom, C191. No work will be accepted after the deadline except by special arrangement with the instructor.
Monday, March 27
Tuesday, March 28
Wednesday, March 29
Thursday, March 30 by 4pm
Entries will be judged on Friday, March 31, by Parkland College Art and Design faculty.
Jurying will not be open to the public.
An Accepted Works List will be posted on the door of C183 and D021 on Monday, April 3.
Unaccepted 2D artwork must be picked up from the Prop Room (C185) between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Tuesday, April 11, or from your instructor. Unaccepted 3D artwork will be picked up in the 3-D Classroom beginning Monday, April 3.
After the exhibition closes, accepted artwork must be picked up on either Monday, May 8 or Tuesday, May 9, between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. in the gallery.
Claim checks or photo ID will be required for pickup of all entries!