Prepare digital images of your artwork. The juror will examine digital images to determine which artworks will be accepted into the exhibition, so images must be clear and well-lit. You may submit up to 4 images per artwork, in order to show three-dimensional works from multiple angles. Images should be uploaded in a JPEG format.
Submit up to FOUR works of art. You may submit up to four works of art from any qualifying class.
Digital image requirements. Images should be submitted as jpegs, minimum 72ppi, no larger than 100MB per image. For example an image at 72ppi at 5000 pixels x 4000 pixels would be a good submission.
Make a list of the semester, course, and professor for which each work was created. For example: Spring 2019, ART1310, Prof. Greg Lewallen. You will need to enter this information for each entry in the submission form.
Determine insurance values for each artwork you are submitting. To determine an insurance value, you should consider the total cost of replacement if that artwork were damaged, destroyed, or lost. Consult one of your professors if you need assistance determining an insurance value for your work. You will need to enter an insurance value for each entry in the submission form.
Students will be informed via the email address provided in the submission form if any of their entries are accepted into the exhibition by March 10, 2021.
All accepted works must be prepared in a manner suitable for professional display before they are delivered to the Museum. Any artwork that is not professionally mounted at delivery will be rejected. Questions regarding what is considered suitable should be directed to Allison Chew, Director of the Martin Museum.
Accepted artworks should be delivered to the Museum March 15-16, 2021 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
After the exhibition closes, students should collect accepted work from the Museum April 5-6, 2021 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.