Monday, March 9, 10am-7pm
Works must be dropped off at the Halsey Institute (in Cato Center for the Arts, 161 Calhoun Street) during this time. You must be present with your artwork in order to sign off on the Conditions for Submitting contract.
CofC Fall 2019/Spring 2020 Students including December 2019 graduates.
Original artwork completed between April 2019 – March 2020. Students may submit up to three pieces per artist, per medium (prints, sculptures, etc.).
Students must obtain yellow labels from the Studio Art Office (Simons Center, 4th Floor) or by downloading it from our website here.)
Fill out labels legibly and attach to the back of EVERY artwork submitted.
Indicate on the label if there are any special installation instructions.
Bring eligible work to the Halsey Institute on Monday, March 9, 10am-7pm. You must bring your own work yourself.
Oversized work must also be registered at this time, even if it will be delivered later. Indicate on the registration form if you have oversized work, where it is located, and attach a picture or photocopy of it.
ALL WORK MUST BE DRY!
Monday, March 9, 10am-7pm, Halsey Institute
Wednesday, March 11, 6pm, Simons Room 309
More information forthcoming
Free and open to the public
ACCEPTED WORKS ANNOUNCED
Thursday, March 12, Halsey Institute
OPENING RECEPTION AND ARTIST AWARDS CEREMONY
Friday, March 27, 5-7pm
Artist awards ceremony at 6pm
March 27 – April 25, 2019
Contact Bryan Granger, Director of Exhibitions and Public Programs, at email@example.com.
For labels to affix to your artwork, click here.