Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition

The Vast Minority
Kimberly Carr
1994
Bronze
16" x 5" x 5"
Hartwick College Student Collection

Every year the Department of Art and Art History sponsors a juried exhibition of works of art made by students who have taken a course in the department. You do not have to be a major to enter this exhibition. The exhibition is installed in the Foreman Gallery and is usually held in the fall semester. Prizes for the best works in different media, along with prizes for the best of show, are given at the opening reception.

If you are interested in participating in this exhibition, you should watch for the announcements; these are usually sent to all declared art and art history majors, and posters are also placed throughout the department. The following is a typical sample of the instructions you should follow if you want to enter your work:

  • ENTRY FORMS
    Entry forms are available in the  Foreman Gallery.
  • TO ENTER ARTWORK
    Art work is received at the Foreman Gallery, Anderson, at specified times; THESE ARE THE ONLY TIMES TO SUBMIT WORK TO THE EXHIBITION. NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED.
  • NUMBER OF ENTRIES
    You may enter up to 3 artworks per category (9 pieces permitted overall).
  • PREPARE YOUR WORKS
    Mat or frame two-dimensional works. If a work of art is not prepared for hanging, it will be excluded from the exhibition.  Art work must have been completed in the last year while a student at Hartwick.
  • WHEN TO PICK UP WORKS
    WORKS OF ART INCLUDED IN THE EXHIBITION MUST BE PICKED UP AT THE SPECIFIED TIME. ALL WORKS MUST BE PICKED UP ON THAT DATE. IF WORKS ARE NOT PICKED UP, THEY WILL BE DISCARDED!
  • WORKS IN THE EXHIBITION
    All students with works in the exhibition are invited to the opening reception and awards ceremony.
  • ALTHOUGH ALL PRECAUTIONS WILL BE TAKEN WITH ART WORK, THE Department of Art and Art History, INDIVIDUALS, OR HARTWICK COLLEGE CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY LOSS OR DAMAGE.

For more information contact the Foreman Gallery Exhibit Coordinator at 431-4575 or the Art and Art History Department Academic Intern at 431-4821.