See a sample of THE BOTANICAL PHOTOGRAPHY OF ALAN S. HEILMAN in the Reference Room
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Look for all the previous Student Art in the Library winners in our Trace Collection.
The Spring 2011 Student Art in the Library exhibition is on view in the first floor reference room (Room 135) in Hodges Library. Congratulations to our selected artists and our prize winners.
Burn Studies Collaboration: Sarah
(Fire, Gesso, and Charcoal on Masonite)
Cerebral Brain Cloud
The exhibit will remain on view through the spring semester.
First Prize of $300
Second Prize of $150
*Prizes awarded in January after the exhibit is installed.
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, November 3rd. Exhibit will be installed in December and 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.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Selected artwork must be ready to install when delivered to Hodges Library. Work on paper must be framed or securely mounted. Stretched canvases do not need to be framed.