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KCC Annual Student Art Exhibition 2014
Exhibit dates: April 21 – May 2
Awards Reception: 1 – 3pm, Sunday April 27 in the Davidson Auditorium
Note: Award Recipients Special Exhibit will continue through the summer; May 12 – Aug 4 Submit entries and fill out entry tags in Davidson Building office April 14 – 16 (ends at 5pm) Pick-up of exhibited work (non Award Winners Special Exhibit work): May 5 – 9

RULES OF ENTRY: (Please read carefully!)
• • • • • • • All current academic year KCC students are eligible to submit up to five (5) entries Note: This is a juried show, so not all entries will be accepted Submissions may only be works or art produced from May 2013 - April 2014 (the past 12 months) Works can be from KCC class assignments or produced independently. However, works produced for classes at other institutions are NOT eligible If you are a professional artist or art teacher who has major income from your artwork or art teaching, you may exhibit work in the show but should indicate on entry form that you waive award eligibility. Official entry form must be completed and official tags attached to each submission All entries must fit through a standard doorway. Works requiring special assembly or which cannot be easily moved for display may be disqualified. Any work requiring special installation must be pre-arranged with Davidson Gallery director prior to entry deadline. Submissions of series work must have all components of the series clearly marked and numbered. The juror reserved the right to edit any series for space consideration. Individual two-dimensional entries are limited to a 4x8’area or 32 square feet

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Presentation of Work:
• All 2-D drawings, photos, and works on paper must be flush mounted on a backing board and/or matted. Matted artworks should be secured with mounting tape (not masking tape). Matted/mounted works (such as large size dry-mounted photographs) will be hung with pins around the border for presentation. Framing is optional, but recommend; however, framed work must be ready-to-hang with appropriate hardware. Screw eyes and wire are preferred over saw tooth-hangers. Unframed paintings on board or stretched canvas must have secure wire or hangers attached. Ceramics and sculpture must be assembled by entry deadline, ready-for-display and sturdy enough to move during jury process and final display Web design entries must be submitted on CD or Flashdrive (Macintosh compatible) Animation and video (4-D) entries must be submitted as a file on a CD, DVD, or Flashdrive (Mac format) Work may be rejected for sloppy, improper, or unprofessional presentation.

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Media Categories:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Ceramics: wheel thrown, hand-built works using clay as main medium Drawing: graphite, charcoal, pastel, pen and ink, etc. Painting: oil, acrylic, watercolor, etc. 2-D mixed-media: collage and combined hand-applied media Sculpture and 3-D mixed-media: works occupying 3-D space (non-ceramic entry) Black and White Photography: silver-based darkroom print process Digital Media: digital capture, computer-based, computer illustration, inkjet print process Printmaking / Alternative Photography print processes: Lith, cyanotype, / screenprint, etching, etc. Graphic Design: design with commercial intent including logo, advertising design, web design Animation /Video: 4-D, time-based entries including film, video, performance, animation, etc. Note: Accepted entries in this category may be compiled or edited for viewing.

Judging Process and Awards: All works submitted are initially screened by a committee of full and part-time art faculty. Once the entries have been narrowed down, a professional juror will then select the main category awards and honorable mentions. Awards are announced during the exhibition reception. The Kimiko Petersen Fine Art Awards (selected by juror) 1 Best of Show Award 10 Best of Media Categories (listed above) x $75 each 10 Honorable Mention Awards x $25 each Award Selection, etc:
• There are currently 10 main categories; however, it is the juror’s discretion not to award a prize in any category that he/she feels does not have work entered that merits recognition. If an award is not issued in a category, the monies will be used to fund extra honorable mentions. In addition, during the reception there will be one $50 Instructor Recognition Award announced by the art faculty, as well as several Art League awards and door prizes. The main Kimiko Petersen Fine Art Award winners and the other Art League Award works will be further honored with a special exhibit throughout the summer in the Davidson Gallery.

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