March 24 – April 11
Karl Drerup Art Gallery
PLEASE read this form BEFORE submitting work for this show!!!!!!
Every year in the spring the Karl Drerup Art Gallery hosts an exhibition of the best art work produced by PSU students during the past year. All students, whether art major or not will be eligible to submit up to 3 works to be juried for this exhibition held March 24 – April 11.
There are two jurors this year: Sarah Chaffee of McGowan Gallery in Concord and Deborah Mahar, visual artist and educator.
Works produced in all media are encouraged to be represented. This includes Graphic Design, Photography, Ceramics, Sculpture, Painting, Drawing, Printmaking, Video and what might be termed Mixed Media. There is no stylistic or thematic restriction on your creative efforts, the quality of your work is the only criteria. There will be 4 levels considered which correspond to the levels the curriculum course [courses listed below] which you are enrolled in. Your work will be judged in comparison to other work on the same level. For example, a first year level student’s work will not be compared to those from a senior level. In addition, there will be a fifth level that will allow you to submit independent work, created outside of the existing course structures, and a sixth level for non art majors. Only 15 pieces per level will be accepted into the exhibit for a total of 75 pieces. There will be five prizes for each of the “Best in Level” works and one prize for the overall “Best in Show.”
- Students may enter up to 3 pieces of art, made within the last year, and not previously submitted.
- Wet work WILL NOT be accepted!!
- Work without hanging wire and labels will be automatically rejected.
- You must complete the ONLINE submission form and print out your labels BEFORE you drop off your work!!!Labels will be on the ONLINE submission form. Please print out a label for each work entered.
All 2D work should be exhibition ready. Options include:
- Flat and mounted on mat board
- Window matted with mat window cutout.
- Framed (strip frame or other simple frame).
- Properly shrink wrapped as needed.
- Instructions for how to install work (if necessary, with diagram, measurements, orientation)
- Label attached to back of work.
All 3D work should be exhibition ready. Options include:
- Installation recommendations (pedestal, wall mount, floor, or hanging)
- Instructions for how to install work (diagram, measurements, orientation)
- Label attached inconspicuously on work
Artwork Drop Off:
Friday, March 6, 10am-12noon- Gallery WORK ROOM DOOR
Saturday, March 7, 1-4pm
Sunday, March 8, 1-4pm
Monday, March 9, 10am-6pm, 4-6pm
You must complete the ONLINE submission form and print out your labels BEFORE you drop off your work!!!!! Art work NOT submitted by the due date will NOT be accepted. NO exceptions!
Results of the jurying will be via email.
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.
Pick Up Work (Not Selected)
and not in the Salon Des Refusés:
Monday, March 23 and Tuesday, March 24 from 10am-4pm in the Karl Drerup Art Gallery.
Tuesday, March 24 from 4-6pm in the Karl Drerup Art Gallery
March 24- April 11
Pick Up Work (Selected):
Monday, April 13 from 10-4pm and Tuesday April 14 from 10am-4 pm in the Karl Drerup Art Gallery. Artworks in the Salon Des Refusees will be picked up in the Conference Room, D&M room 204.The Karl Drerup Art Gallery and the Student Exhibition Committee will NOT be responsible for any work left behind after the deadline
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!!!!
AR1040 – Fundamentals of Art: 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
ARDI1450 – Public Art: The Politics of Visual Meaning
AR1120 – Drawing: Objects, Interior and Land
PT1025 – Alternative Photo Process
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 and Ideas
AR3220 – Foundations of Ceramics: Exploration
AR3300 – Process and Printmaking
AR3570 – The Art of Sustainability
AR3060 – Foundations of Sculpture: Representing the Body
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
AR3130 – Drawing: Figure in Color
AR3230 – Foundations of Ceramics: Pottery Wheel
AR3290 – Intaglio
AR3320 – Lithography
PT3450 – Digital Photography
PT3620 – Photo Documentary and the Artist
AR3160- Sculpture: Objects and Ideas
AE3250- 2D Presentation
AG3480- Production for Graphic Design
AR3570- Art of Sustainability
AR3060- Sculpture: Representing Body
AG3480- Production for Graphic Design
AG4550 – Special Problems in Graphic Design
AG4910 – Independent Study in Graphic Design
AG4350 – Advanced Flash Animation and Effects
AG4910- IS: Flash Animation and Effects
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
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.