Alumni from our high school and Honors Program are invited to participate in the Lipscomb Gallery's 20th Anniversary Juried Alumni Exhibition!
- Entry is open to all artists who attended the Honors Program or graduated in good standing from the Residential High School Program in the Visual Arts Department.
- All media welcome.
- No fees or commissions.
- Gallery will provide insurance for work in gallery.
- Artists are responsible for delivery and pick-up of work.
- Work will be juried by Michael Brodeur, Visual Arts founding department chair
- Entry Deadline: December 16, 2019
Complete the Entry Form
- Work Specifications
Work for this exhibit must be labeled with title, insurance value and artist’s name as well as being ready for installation prior to delivery. Two-dimensional pieces should have proper and safe hardware for hanging in addition to being professionally framed and not exceed 48”x 60”. Three-dimensional work should be secure and stable and not exceed 10’ in height or 20’ in width or weigh more than 200lbs. Artists of Multi-media and Site-installation projects should notify the SCGSAH Gallery Director, Ben Gilliam, firstname.lastname@example.org five weeks in advance installation. All artists must provide a 1-page artist statement and a resume/CV.
- Gallery Specifications
Lipscomb Gallery has 1050’ square feet of floor space with 10’9” drop panel ceiling. The lighting is a system of both movable units on fixed tracks and recessed fixtures. The walls are gypsum and metal stud covered with self-healing carpeting. The floors are also carpeted.
While every precaution will be taken to assure the safety of exhibited work, the Lipscomb Gallery will not be responsible for loss or damage of the work. Lipscomb Gallery has a full security system.
- Sale of Work
Lipscomb Gallery will not take any commission from works sold from the exhibit; interested buyers will be asked to contact the artist directly and all proceeds will go to the artist. Please include for all excepted work an insurance value for our records.
- Artist Responsibilities and Details
Delivery and Return of Work: Artists selected to exhibit will be responsible for the cost and arranging for both shipments to and from the Lipscomb Gallery. Return shipping must be prepaid and work will be returned in the container in which it arrived.
Announcements: The Governor’s School will produce a digital announcement/invitation that participants will have access to for their own promotional needs.
Installation: Gallery director and VA faculty will install the exhibit. If your work has special installation needs, prior notification is required with clear installation requests. Animation, video, or film will be displayed in a loop on a computer monitor. Artists are responsible for any damage and repair cost caused by their work or its installation.
- Important Dates
- Submissions Open: September 23, 2019
- Submissions Close: December 16, 2019
- Acceptance/Decline notification: January 6, 2020
- Arrival of accepted work and artist statement:
March 2 – 13, 2020
- Exhibit opens:
March 23, 2020
- Exhibit closes:
April 24, 2020
- Work returned:
May 1, 2020