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Juried Student Exhibition

2017 Juried Student Exhibition Submission Guidelines and Criteria

STEPS:
  • Choose your artwork.
    You may enter up to 3 pieces of art, made within the last year.
  • Check your artwork.
    Is it “ready to hang”? (Is it matted, framed, presented appropriately? Does it have a wire on the back? Is it dry?)
  • Go to the KDAG website.
    plymouth.edu/gallery and click on the Juried Student Exhibit Submission Form.
  • Complete the ONLINE submission form.
  • Print out your labels. (Label information will be emailed after submitting form. Please print out a label for each work entered and place on back of work.)
  • Drop Off your artwork.
    Drop off WITH your label attached to the back: March 9-11, 10am-4pm in KDAG
  • Attend the EXHIBIT OPENING.
    March 28, 4-6pm in the Karl Drerup Art Gallery

 

 

WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?
  • RESULTS of the JURYING:
    You will get an email on March 15, letting you know if your work was accepted into the exhibit.
  • Didn’t make it into the Exhibit?
    You will have the option of exhibiting work that did not make it into the KDAG exhibit in the Student Art Collective’s “Salon Des Refuses” exhibited in The Collins Gallery and around campus.
  • EXHIBIT OPENING:
    March 28, 4-6pm in the Karl Drerup Art Gallery
  • EXHIBIT DATES:
    March 27- April 13, Art work pick up will be April 14

 

 

LEVELS for Juried Student Exhibit
Please be aware that in order to be able to have a representation of all the medias, levels and styles, we MUST receive submissions in each category from levels A-E and from all medias and styles.  SO SUBMIT YOUR WORK!!!!

 

 
Level A

AR1040 – Fundamentals of Art: 2D Color and Design

AR1060 – Fundamentals of Art: Form in 3D

AR1120 – Drawing: Objects, Interiors, Landscapes

ARDI1200 – Creativity and the Visual World

ARDI1300 – Myths, Masks, and Identity

ARDI1400 – The Art of Sketching

 

Level B

AG2330 – An Introduction to Graphic Design Software

ARDI2310-Table Manners: Functional Pottery

AG2350 – Graphic Design I

AG3050 – Digital Multimedia Design

AG3300 – Graphic Design II

PTDI2200 – The Art of Photography

PT2600 – Photography I

AR2520 – Drawing: Figure in Value

AR3010 – Painting: Theory and Process

AR3160 – Foundations of Sculpture: Objects &Ideas

AR3220 – Foundations of Ceramics: Exploration

AR3300 – Printmaking: Cut, Carve, Etch

Printmaking Foundations: Silk and Stone

AR3570 – The Art of Sustainability

AR3060 – Foundations of Sculpture: Representing the Body

 

Level C

AG3360 – Graphic Design III

AG4370 – Graphic Design IV

AG3550 – PSU Student Design Company

AG3600 – Advanced Photoshop and Illustrator Techniques

AG3650 – PSU Student Design Company Internship

AR3040 – Painting: Figure in Context

AR3120 – Painting: Exploring Personal Themes

AR3230 – Foundations of Ceramics: Pottery Wheel

PT3450 – Digital Photography

AR3160- Sculpture: Objects and Ideas

AG3480- Production for Graphic Design

AR3570- Art of Sustainability

AR3060- Sculpture: Representing Body

AG3480- Production for Graphic Design

 

Level D

AG4550 – Special Problems in Graphic Design

AG4910 – Independent Study in Graphic Design

AR3520 – Drawing: Advanced

AR4070 – Drawing: Personal Voice

AR4080 – Painting: Advanced Concepts

AR4230 – Advanced Ceramics

AR4320 – Advanced Printmaking

PT4600 – Special Topics in Photography

AR4510 – Painting: Special Problems

AR4520 – Special Problems in Printmaking

AR4550 – Special Problems in Ceramics

AR4560 – Special Problems in Drawing

AR4580 – Special Problems in Sculpture

AR4700 – Special Topics in Studio Art:

AR4800 – Advanced Studio Seminar

AR4910 – Independent Study in Studio Art

AG4380- Graphic Design V

AG4390- Graphic Design VI

AR3660- Advanced Sculpture

 

Level E

Work submitted at this level is that which was produced outside of the classroom and existing art courses. This work is independent, self-designed and generated. It reflects a student’s complete creative freedom.