Submission Deadline is Thursday, January 26, 2023
Museum's Online Submission Form: https://forms.gle/Qv95a4xxwN3MegWz8
(See Below for submission details)
February 24 - March 26, 2023
The Frederic Remington Art Museum is pleased to invite student artists at Clarkson University, St. Lawrence University, SUNY Plattsburgh, and SUNY Potsdam to submit entries to the 2023 College Student Juried Art Exhibit. Artworks in all visual media using any combination of materials and techniques are welcome. Accepted artworks will be displayed in the Richard E. Winter Gallery and the Torrey Family Galleries at the Frederic Remington Art Museum and online at www.fredericremington.org.
Frederic Remington Art Museum
303 Washington Street, Ogdensburg, NY 13669 ( Google Maps Link )
TERRY SAMETZ is an Ottawa-based, dynamic, experimental artist who uses non-traditional methods, materials, and techniques in his colorful works. His most recent pieces use sculpted plywood and raw oil pigments; however, Terry has been known to create using and combining found objects, glass, photography, and a wide variety of paints, sculpting mediums, and techniques. His unique style is constantly surprising viewers who try to categorize his artwork. Sametz creates a narrative using individual items as symbols or metaphors, extracting their essential meaning, beauty from the everyday.
Sametz is an active visual-art advocate, mentor, technical advisor, juror, guest speaker, arts promoter, and community gallery founder/ developer. Terry raises the profile of Ottawa’s visual arts scene by connecting artists with their community. Regardless of the venue or medium, Sametz is always encouraging people to look around them and connect with art in their daily lives.
TERRY’S MESSAGE TO ARTISTS SUBMITTING WORK FOR THIS EXHIBIT:
I encourage you to “colour outside the lines,” recognizing that you are outside of the academic environment and are not being graded! So, experiment and feel the absolute freedom to create… get inspired and go crazy.
Icon of the cosmos – Pysanka, Terry Sametz, 2022, oil on luon plywood, 24 x 36”
Please keep this calendar for your reference.
Submission deadline is Thursday, January 26, 2023
January 27 — 30: Jurying
February 1: Notification to artists
Deadlines for delivery of accepted artworks to campus art departments:
- Clarkson University, Friday, February 10, 4pm (New Snell 165)
- St. Lawrence University, Monday, February 13, 4pm (Griffiths 102)
- SUNY Plattsburgh, Friday, February 17, NOON (220B Myers Fine Arts)
- SUNY Potsdam, Friday, February 17, 4pm (Brainerd 220)
Friday, February 24, 6 pm: Virtual Opening Reception via Zoom
March 26: Exhibition closes
March 27 – April 15: Artwork pick-up; see your college art department for details
ENTRY SUBMISSION PROCEDURES
- Artists may submit up to three works for jurying.
- All entries must be presented initially as high resolution digital images, 300 ppi; video works should be in H.264 format for .mp4, and may be posted on a webpage or other video platform with a link to the page provided. The juror will make selections from the images submitted.
Submit your entries via the Museum's online form here: https://forms.gle/Qv95a4xxwN3MegWz8
- Flat works are limited to 72”H x 36”W including frame
- Sculpture may not exceed 60"H x 24"W x 24"D.
- Time-based works are limited to 5 minutes in duration and should be in H.264 format for .mp4; this work will rotate on a screen installed in the gallery with other accepted time-based work. Longer time-based works will be considered if the artist provides and installs their own equipment; monitors should be no larger than 30” diagonal, and headphones should be provided if sound is integral to the work.
- Work with complex installations will be included at the discretion of the juror and Museum. The juror has final authority for selection.
Accepted art must be finished and ready for exhibition. Work must be dry with no assemblage needed and able to withstand regular handling. 2D works must be framed or otherwise very well finished and presented. Works on paper must be framed and protected with glass or plexi. The Museum reserves the right to modify hanging hardware if necessary.
Art in the exhibition may be for sale. One-third of the sale will benefit the Frederic Remington Art Museum.
Accepted art must remain for the duration of the exhibit.
The Frederic Remington Art Museum reserves the right to use any and all images of artwork accepted into the exhibition for publicity purposes. By submitting images, artists agree to allow reproduction of their digital files and/or photographs taken of their art for educational, publicity, and archival purposes. Not all accepted artwork may be selected for reproduction.
Please contact Curator & Educator Laura Desmond at firstname.lastname@example.org or
More Arts Information On The SLU ArtScene webpage