Student Art in the Library will unveil the spring exhibition of student works and announce the prize winners at 4 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 26, in 135 Hodges Library. This semester, Student Art in the Library received 97 entries from 47 UT student artists. Join us to see the winning entries.
Attention, artists: The library wants to display your work.
Art in the Library is a juried competition and exhibition of art for display at UT Libraries.
Submission deadline : February 10
First Prize of $300
Second Prize of $150
Third Prize of $75.
The library is looking for two-dimensional works (drawings, graphic design, prints, photography, ceramics, painting) mounted and ready to hang.
Art is judged by the Student Art in the Library Committee and winners are notified by email.
Art that is selected by the committee is displayed in the library for the semester.
The selected artists should be able to bring their work to Hodges Library by February 18th for prize selections.
Show opening: Tuesday Feb 26th at 4:00pm
Join us for an award ceremony and reception with the artists.
The Student Art in the Library contest awards a First Prize of $300 and a Second Prize of $150. Submission deadline for the Fall 2012 contest is September 21. If you create any particularly inspired works this summer, keep in the mind the Student Art in the Library contest. The library is looking for two-dimensional works to be displayed in our exhibit area in 135 Hodges Library throughout the fall semester.
We will need all works in hand by Oct. 1, 2011.
WINNING ARTWORKS TO BE UNVEILED OCT. 5
Student Art in the Library will unveil the fall exhibition of student works and announce the First Place and Second Place award winners at 2 p.m., Friday, Oct. 5, in 135 Hodges Library. This semester, Student Art in the Library received 88 entries from 34 UT student artists. Selected works are being installed the week of Oct. 1.
Discover Life in America is sharing the biodiversity richness of the Great Smoky Mountains with UT Libraries. From now until September high resolution scans of plants, insects and fungi will adorn the Reference room.
Discover Life in America (DLIA) is the non-profit organization coordinating the All Taxa Biodiversity Inventory (ATBI) for the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The ATBI seeks to identify every species that exists in Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Some scientists estimate that up to 100,000 species live in the park, and as of today a little over 16,000 species have been documented. DLIA’s ATBI program has discovered over 900 species new to science and over 6,500 species previously not known to inhabit the park!
These high resolution scans have been created to showcase some of the beauty and diversity that exists within the park. While black bears and elk are mascots of the Smokies, there is another world to discover if you look more closely.
Thank you to all our entrants to the 2012 Student Art in the Library Competition. We were thrilled with all the diverse art and enjoyed looking at it all. The numerous and talented entries made our job very hard.
*Prizes awarded after the exhibit is installed February 15, 2012
Who? The juried exhibition is open to all undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled at The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
When? Deadline for submissions is Wednesday, February 1, 2012. Exhibit remain on view through the spring semester
What? All 2-dimensional works including drawing, graphic design, printmaking, photography, ceramics or painting. Submit up to 3 pieces.
Where? Our Student Art in the Library exhibit space in the Hodges Library 135
How? Email submission information to email@example.com
Artist name and contact information
For each piece submitted (Up to 3): Title of work, dimensions and medium
Attach digital image of each work (jpg, gif or png only)
Name image file with your last name and submission number (eg. Smith1.jpg)
Who decides? Artwork will be selected by the Student Art in the Library Committee. The Committee exercises curatorial discretion and will determine if the artwork submitted is appropriate for the library setting.
See a sample of THE BOTANICAL PHOTOGRAPHY OF ALAN S. HEILMAN in the Reference Room
The University of Tennessee Libraries digitizes unique local content and makes these collections available for research and teaching through its website at www.lib.utk.edu/digitalcollections. Images from THE BOTANICAL PHOTOGRAPHY OF ALAN S. HEILMAN are freely available for non-commercial use under a Creative Commons License.