YEET, the 2019 Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition
The 2019 Annual Juried Student Art Exhibit is open to all students who have taken a class offered in the Studio Art discipline during the 2018 and 2019 academic year. All work submitted must be completed as studio art coursework during the 2018–2019 academic year. Work completed during the spring 2018 semester after March 1st and summer session coursework is also acceptable. No other work will be accepted.
Each student may submit a maximum of five works.
Submission of Entries
Submit all entries to by Midnight on Wednesday, February 13, 2019.
Each file should be labeled with the artist’s last name followed by a period, first initial, underscore, and number, for example: SMITH.J_1.jpg, SMITH.J_2.jpg, etc.
An independent juror will review entry images one at a time and select work for the exhibit. Only entries received in the required format and received by Midnight on Wednesday, February 13, 2019 will be considered. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that all regulations have been diligently followed. Selection results will be posted by the drinking fountain outside the Drawing Studio by Wednesday, February 19th, 2019.
Suzanna Scott is an artist whose work explores feminist themes and visual ideas in and of the body. Her viral Coin Cunt series of inverted change purses, stitched to resemble vulvae, portrays & endless cultural associations between women, money and power. At the same time this collection serves as a timely symbol of empowerment and equality for all women.
Entering her third decade as an artist, Scott employs a range of materials, including stone, wax, fiber, paper, resin and the occasional found object. Her work has been widely exhibited in the United States and can be found in private collections worldwide. Scott currently lives and works in Ruston, Louisiana.
Framing and Delivery of Work
All work that is selected for the show must be framed or otherwise gallery-ready and delivered to the Morrison Gallery by March 4 at NOON. There will be no exceptions. 2-D work must be matted and framed behind plexi-glass in a wood or metal frame, with a wire attached on the back for hanging. White or cream mats only. 3-D work must be floor or pedestal ready. Work that is to be displayed in any other fashion must have prior approval. There will be matting and framing demos in late February, which will be announced beforehand. The mat cutter will be available for student use until March 3rd.
Briggs Library Purchase Award: Artwork will be purchased by the Library using funds from overdue book fines. The award-winner will receive payment for the work and it will be on permanent display in the Library.
Morrison Gallery Purchase Award: One piece of artwork will be purchased for the HFA Gallery permanent art collection. This piece will be chosen by the art faculty and purchased for the listed price of the student’s work. Only works having been explicitly declared eligible may receive an award.
Sales to the public are encouraged. The Morrison Gallery will retain a 0% commission. Prices will be listed in the gallery, and all transactions will take place between the artist and the buyer.
Indicate the insurance value of all entered works, including those not for sale. The Morrison Gallery will provide insurance on all works while in its possession.
The Morrison Gallery retains the right to photograph all exhibited works. These photographs will be used only for educational and publicity purposes.
Below are the deadlines and dates for entrance submission, notification of selection, receipt of work, opening reception, and show closing.
- February 7-February 13: Open photo sessions in Gallery Prep Room.
- February 13: Last day for receipt of entry materials by Midnight
- February 14-15: Jury selection process
- February 19: Selected work posted by water fountain outside the Drawing Studio
- February 25-March 1: Matting and framing help sessions TBA.
- March 4: Work must be framed and in the Morrison Gallery by NOON.
- March 7: Morrison Gallery opening reception from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
- March 29: Exhibition closes. Work will be available to pick up in the Morrison Gallery Saturday from Noon to 4 p.m, Monday from 9am-4pm
Contact Jess Larson, Director of the Edward J. & Helen Jane Morrison Gallery, firstname.lastname@example.org