The jury is out
The UW-La Crosse Department of Art does more than just talk the talk. Each year the department puts its young artists to the test by giving them the opportunity to have their talents on display. Students from various disciplines across campus will grace UW-L with their work in a special exhibition in the Center for the Arts gallery. If you haven't heard of this opportunity or taken part in it already, now is your chance to become a part of the UW-L All Students Juried Art Exhibition to be featured Feb. 18 – Mar. 10.
The exhibition is a chance for artists from across campus to collaborate their diversified perspectives and styles to create a gallery that is not only viewable to the student body, but also applicable to the lives that they lead. Professors and students have described this event as ‘eclectic' due to its wide variety. It's an opportunity for the artists and the viewers because the exhibit's contrasting energies are sure to evoke various emotions and senses.
The exhibit is open to all forms of art. In addition all entries must be submitted to the University Gallery, Room 100 Center for the Arts between noon and 8:00 p.m. Monday, February 7, 2011. There is some light paperwork that must also be turned in upon entry. Appropriate entry forms can be found in Department of Art Studios, University Gallery and the Department of Art Office. The specifics for the submission protocol regarding matting, framing, and other forms of installation are included with the entry forms.
Students will be able to find out whether or not their works are accepted around 3:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 11, on the gallery door. After the results are posted, some of the judges will debrief artists in side sessions to gain a better understanding of the accepted work.
Stay tuned to the Racquet for post-entry perspectives from students, professors and judges and get in to the gallery and see what your fellow students are made of.
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