Exhibition Opportunity

20 May

Nebraska National Collegiate Juried Art Exhibition


The Department of Art & Art History at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln announces the first annual Nebraska National Collegiate Juried Art Exhibition. The exhibition will feature the work of the best student artists from across the country and will be shown in the Eisentrager-Howard Gallery at UNL. Entries are being accepted from April 2 to May 31, 2012. The exhibition will open on September 7, 2012 and will be on display through the month.


Each year three different media disciplines will be featured, and in 2012 these are Ceramics, Photography and Printmaking. This year the jurors are:


Ceramics: Sam Chung
Photography: Carol Panaro-Smith and James Hajicek
Printmaking: David Morrison


There will be $4,500 in awards given out this year, provided by Dan and Barbara Howard in recognition of excellence.


Best of Show- Ceramics: $1000
Best of Show- Printmaking: $1000
Best of Show -Photography: $1000
Best of Show- Overall: $1500


Besides the gallery show, the exhibition will be shown online and a catalog will be published as a print-on-demand book that will be available for download or purchase.


Submissions will be accepted from April 2-May 31, 2012


Students can enter up to three works represented by up to five images. Maximum size for 2D work: 72” high and 60” wide. Maximum size for 3D work: 36” in any direction, 50 lbs. max. The entry fee is $10


Details can be found at go.unl.edu/nebraskanational/


Information about the Eisentrager-Howard Gallery can be found at http://www.unl.edu/art/facilities_eisentrager-howard.shtml


Important Dates:

April 2 Slideroom opens for entries

May 31 Slideroom closes

June 1- 30 Jurying process

July 1 Notification begins (via email)

August 1 Deadline for arrival of accepted artwork

Sept. 7 Public Reception and Awards announced

Sept. 28 Exhibition ends


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