Spring 2022 Annual Juried Student Art Show Prospectus – Albright College

Spring 2022 Annual Juried Student Art Show Prospectus

Submission is open to ALL currently enrolled students at Albright College, in ALL majors, and in ALL media (painting, printmaking, photography, video/film, sculpture, etc.). All submissions must be original
and have been created since April 2021. Several cash and cash-equivalent prizes will be selected by the juror and others, including a potential selection for the President’s Annual Holiday e-greeting card

Juror: Laura Gelsomini, MFA, Adjunct Associate Professor of Painting, University of Maryland

Exhibit dates: Thur. April 28 – Fri., May 13, 2022, Freedman Gallery, Albright College

Reception & Award Ceremony: Thurs., May 5, 5-7 p.m., Freedman Gallery


  • Submissions: ALL work should be submitted in-person, except for: 1.) digital video and digital illustrations or digital prints, which can be emailed directly to dtanner@albright.edu, along with a
    copy of the Entry Form, and 2.) large-scale sculpture (larger than 5’ x 5’ x 5’, which should be listed on the Entry Form as “in Sculpture Studio.”) Digital video should be in an h264 mp4 format, and
    digital illustrations/prints should be converted to jpg, png or tiff, with 800×800 pixels or higher with a resolution of 72 dpi. Make sure the file is no larger than 5MB. If juried into the show, digital work
    will be shown on a monitor in a group format.
  •  Work submitted in person should be taken to the gallery on Mon.-Tues., April 18-19, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • An Entry Form should be completed by each artist, which includes full information for every piece being entered. You can enter up to six (6) pieces for consideration by the juror.
  • A Label for each piece should also be completely filled out for each submission and attached to the work when submitted.
  • All media are eligible for consideration. Not more than six (6) pieces may be submitted by each artist. Works previously submitted to the Juried Student Art Show will not be accepted.
  • 2-D work should be matted or framed and ready to hang, this includes digital work. Video should be formatted to mp4. Specifications for digital video or illustrations/prints are listed above.
  • Exhibition acceptance and most awards will be determined by the juror, except as noted, and all decisions by the juror will be final.
  • Notification of Accepted Works: A list of works juried into the show will be posted in the gallery’s Foyer on Thur., April 21, and sent via email to all students submitting work. Work not accepted into
    the show will be placed in the gallery’s Foyer for students to collect on Thur.-Fri., April 21-22. All work must be collected by Fri., April 22, 5 p.m., or it may be disposed of at the discretion of gallery.
  • Works juried into the show must be available for the duration of the show and cannot be removed during the run. Artwork juried into the show may be collected on Fri., May 13, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Artwork
    not collected may be disposed of at the discretion of gallery staff.

Sales: Sale of artwork is encouraged. The Gallery does not collect a fee on the sale of student art work. All sales will be in cash or by check, made payable to the artist. All payments can be collected by the
artist at the end of the show. The artist will be responsible for shipping artwork to the purchaser, if the purchaser is not available to collect the artwork in person at the end of the show. If the work is not
priced, we will assume you do not want to sell your artwork.

Agreement: The Freedman Gallery reserves the right to photograph accepted artwork and use it in
promotional materials and websites. The submission of artwork to this exhibition will constitute an
agreement to all the conditions in these guidelines.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE Mon.-Tues., April 18-19, 9 a.m.-5 p.m
WORK NOT ACCEPTED TO THE SHOW PICKUP Thur.-Fri., April 21-22 (must be picked up by Fri Apr 22, 5 p.m.)
AWARDS ANNOUNCED THURSDAY Thurs., May 5, 5-7 p.m., Freedman Gallery
ARTWORK PICK-UP (by Artist or Purchaser) Fri., May 13, 9 a.m.-5 p.m