- Open to all WSU students enrolled during the 2017 & 2018 academic year.
- Works in all media are accepted.
- Entries must be works completed while at WSU and within the last two years.
DELIVERY OF ARTWORK
- Tuesday, January 9th – Thursday, January 11th. Entries must be delivered to the Mary Elizabeth Dee Shaw Gallery between 11am & 5pm.
NOTIFICATION & PICK UP
- A list of accepted works will be posted on the Shaw Gallery door on Tuesday, January 16th at 9:30 am.
- Works not selected MUST BE PICKED UP Tuesday, January 16th between 9:30am & 5pm.
PROCEDURE & ENTRY FEES
- Entry forms will be available at the Shaw Gallery front desk after December 1st. Fill out two identical forms for each work submitted.
- Entry fee is $5 per entry. (Art Guild Members receive $1 off each entry. Please pay via cash or check.
- Students may submit up to 5 entries.
- Diptychs or triptychs will be considered as one entry, and will cost $10; series
- consisting of 4 or more pieces will count as one entry, and cost $15.
- Turn in your artwork(s), completed form(s), and entry fees to the Shaw Gallery front desk.
- Only actual works can be submitted for jurying. No slides, copes, etc.
- Submitted works must be ready for display. (i.e. framed, mounted on foam core, ready to pin. etc.)
- 3D works must be ready for presentation and set up for jurying. Pedestals will be available within the gallery.
- Exceptions to the above (site-spec c works, installations, etc.) will be made at the discretion of the juror.
- Special considerations should be directed to Lydia Gravis, Gallery Director, at email@example.com.
The guest juror will be Julia Greenway. Originally from Detroit Michigan, Julia began her curatorial practice with Interstitial, a contemporary new media gallery in Georgetown. Her work focuses on how digital media influences the aesthetic presentation of gender, economics, and environment. Upon relocating to Seattle 6 years ago, she began working with Kira Burge to create venues in which new media artists could receive the maximum amount of curatorial support. From 2012 to 2014 she developed exhibitions at various galleries and institutions within the region: LxWxH, SOIL Gallery, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle Art Museum, Bumbershoot Festival, as well as participating in the Seattle Storefronts Project.