Calling all artists: Entries for the Aims Multicultural Diversity Exhibition accepted Feb. 17-23Submitted on: 01-06-2011
Artists from across Northern Colorado are invited to submit their work to the third annual Multicultural Diversity Exhibition hosted by Aims Community College in Greeley. All forms of media are welcomed, and submissions should portray a multicultural object, person or theme. Submissions will be accepted from Feb. 17 through Feb. 23, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., in Ed Beaty Hall 109 or 126 on the Greeley campus. The exhibition will be judged by Karl Dukestein, Art Lead Faculty for Front Range Community College. Award winners will be selected by the juror, the Aims Diversity Committee and the President of the college based on originality, creativity, technique, professionalism, presentation and conveyance of the multicultural theme. There is no entry fee and all work must have been made within the past three years. Entries must be no larger than 4 feet by 4 feet or 40 pounds hanging weight. Two-dimensional pieces must be ready to hang. Each artist may submit a maximum of two entries, and submissions must be submitted in a hardcopy format, not digitally. The Multicultural Diversity Juried Exhibition will be located in the Aims Student Gallery in Ed Beaty Hall from March 3 to March 31. The Salon de Refuses will feature works that are not selected for the juried exhibition and will be open in Beaty Hall 110 during opening night only on March 3, from 5 to 7 p.m. Artists featured in the Salon de Refuses may collect their work March 4 through March 11. After the conclusion of the exhibition on March 31, all artwork must be picked up by April 8 or it will become the property of Aims Community College. For more information, contact Aims Art Instructor and Gallery Director Sonya PauKune at (970) 339-6435 or Sonya.email@example.com.
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