NEWS AND INFORMATION
SAL DESIGNS A MURAL
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PGCC Student Art League has teamed up with PGCC Clay Club, PGCC Skate Club and Dude Skateboards to design a mural image on which a mosaic for the upcoming Cosca Skate Park in Clinton, Maryland will be based. Over the next few months, Clay Club will be creating ceramic tiles from the design. After glazing, the tiles will be installed on one of the skate park’s walls. The concept for the design, an urban landscape juxtaposed against a wave, is based on the historic origins of skateboarding, which evolved from surfing.
Joshua Garner of the Gazette wrote: "Planners and architects with the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission said the facility is expected to cost $500,000 and is planned to be a "larger than normal" 18,000-square-foot park with up to three skate "bowls" and a picnic area."
Shaymar Higgs, current president of PGCC Clay Club, together with the members of Dude Skateboards, campaigned for the park and challenged officials to match a $250,000 grant that his organization received. Jeff Newhouse, landscape architect for the project estimates that the park will open in spring 2011.
Prince George's Community College's Student Art League invites you to join! Membership is open to all PGCC students currently enrolled in classes. The Art Student League [SAL] is sponsored by the Visual Art Department at Prince George's Community College. The Student Art League hosts several events throughout the academic year. Each semester SAL sponsors the Student Art Exhibition. SAL also sponsors a bus trip to New York City The Art Student League [SAL] is sponsored by the Visual Art Department at Prince George's Community College. The Student Art League hosts several events throughout the academic year. Each semester SAL sponsors the Student Art Exhibition. SAL also sponsors a bus trip to New York City.
SPRING 2010 STUDENT EXHIBITION GUIDELINES
The exhibition will open to the public on Wed. April 14
Friday, April 16: 3:00 - 8:00pm
Saturday, April 17: 9:00 - 12:00pm
Art Faculty Screening: Saturday, April 17 3:00 pm
Judging by off-campus art professionals: Dates TBA
Reception & Award Presentations
Thursday, April 29, 2010 6:00 - 8:00 pm
These guidelines are presented to ensure a high quality, professionally presented exhibition. Submission of artwork is open to all currently enrolled PGCC students. Entries must have been completed during the Fall 2009 or Spring 2010 semesters. Artwork must not have been exhibited in a prior PGCC Student Art Show. Wall pieces larger than 3 feet wide and 6 feet high are ineligible.
Doors will be locked at 12:00 PM sharp on Saturday, April 17 NO MORE ARTWORK WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER THAT TIME!
ORIGINAL ARTWORK ONLY
Visual plagiarism is not allowed. Be sure to use correct citations on derivative work. Ask art instructors for assistance with this.
SCREENING AND JUDGING
The student submissions will first go through a faculty screening process. About 37% of approximately 380+ submissions gain entry into the exhibition. Selected work will then be installed in the gallery and will be subject to a judging process by art professionals to determine award winners.
Framing Workshops: Monday, April 12, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Tuesday, April 13, 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday, April 14, from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Location: Marlboro 1004 (Photo Lab)
Faculty assistance will be available during this time and is free, but you must purchase and bring your own frames, matte board, and original artwork. Inadequately framed, matted, wired artwork will be rejected at the collection site.
PRESENTATION OF ARTWORK
All framed/hanging artwork must have secure wiring across the length or width (either horizontally or vertically) on the back of the frame.
Graphic Design (GDA) and Commercial Illustration (CI) entries that are not framed must use professional mounting. See Professor Berault for information about Commercial Printers.
Black & White Film photography submissions must be developed by student in the darkroom. Color film photography submissions can be printed at lab.
Animation, 3D Animation and Multimedia artwork must be formatted as .swf, or .mov files. See VisComm instructors for information on where to submit these files.
Computer stills and slides must be formatted as .jpg's no larger than 800 x 700 pixels. 3D Stills must be formatted as .jpg, iff, or tiff files and no larger than 640x480 pixels. See instructors for information on where to submit these files.
Ask art instructors for advice on categories, framing and presentation methods. Please make sure that your frame is sturdy and secure for hanging. See Framing Guidelines.
Students May Submit up to 3 Entries Per Category
Fill out entry forms for each submission completely
Please take time to determine the appropriate category for each submission. Prior to submission ask art instructors for advice on determining the best category for your work.
ANIMATION & MULTIMEDIA
Non selected artwork must be collected from the office or classroom of the instructor by Thursday, April 23. Faculty is not responsible for storing artwork! Non-selected artwork must be collected from the office or classroom of YOUR instructor by Thursday, November 19. Faculty is not responsible for storing artwork!
Exhibition closes on May 18, 2010. Please bring receipts and pick up artwork during the following times: Tuesday, May 18: 12:00 noon to 3:00 pm. in Marlboro Gallery or from the Instructor during student's scheduled Final Exam period ending May 24, 2010.
All artwork must be picked up by Thursday, May 24, 2010.
Any artwork not retrieved by that date will be discarded!
STUDENT ART SHOW FRAMING GUIDELINES
Submitted Drawings, Photographs, Watercolors, Illustrations, Original Computer Printouts, and Basic Design Collages must be matted and framed and have glass/plexiglass for protection.
Professionally mounted (foam core) work will be accepted at the discretion of SAL Advisor.
Sculpture and ceramic submissions: contact your instructor for ceramic wall hangings or special presentations.
Oil and acrylic paintings Must be framed. Picture hanging wire must be secured to the back. Work submitted without secure frame and wire will be rejected.
!!! NO WET PAINTINGS !!!
Obtain instructor's approval and signature on entry form for alternative, special framing treatments. Picture hanging wire must be secured on the back of the frame in the standard professional manner using framing screw eyelets. Frames using any kind of hook without wire for hanging cannot be used in the gallery and will be rejected. No plastic frame boxes. No tape holding frames together. During the faculty screening and show installation artwork is subject to a great deal of handling, therefore, FRAMES MUST BE STRONG AND STURDY. UNSTABLE FRAMES WILL BE REJECTED.
Ask instructor and/or Prof. Tom Berault, Gallery Coordinator, for further guidance.
PLEASE ENSURE EACH ENTRY HAS A FULLY COMPLETED ENTRY FORM WITH CORRECT CATEGORY CODE. (Exception: Computer Slideshow and Animation entries use log-in sheet from instructors, NOT entry forms.)
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Entry forms MUST include an Art Department instructor's name. PGCC students not currently enrolled in art classes may use Professor Berault's name, but contact first for consent. Complete ALL sections of the entry form. The bottom half is retained by the student after submitting work, and is to be used as a RECEIPT TO COLLECT ARTWORK AT A LATER DATE. The top half is attached to the artwork.
PLEASE ENTER ON FORM
A realistic Dollar ($) value. This is used for the show's insurance list. Either a selling price if piece is for sale, or NFS (not for sale) if student doesn't want to sell. If work is for sale, the Art League needs a contact phone number to notify you of potential buyers.
For further Info: Prof. Berault, Advisor (301) 322-0967 or leave note in mailbox M1034. email: email@example.com