|Entry Dates||2022-05-22T23:59:00 - 2021-10-01T00:00:00 239 Days Left|
Student Expo 2022
June 6-23, 2022
ONLINE SUBMISSIONS for Student Expo 2022 ONLINE
DEADLINE: May 22 at midnight
All artwork must include the required information, filled out completely or we cannot include the work. No exceptions.
The forms will be used to label and inventory the works received. Incomplete and incorrect information may result in incorrect labeling or the exclusion of the work.
This is an online "virtual" project.
Open to Chaffey College student projects that have been recommended and approved by course instructors.
Submissions will be accepted during the submission period, to be announced.
Open to all media and practices that can be shared online using photographic, video, or other digital file formats.
Submissions will be accepted via Artcall.org.
Artists may be required to set up a profile on Artcall.org.
By submitting original work, artists acknowledge and agree to allow their work to be used for marketing this exhibition.
By submitting original work, artists acknowledge and agree to allow their work to be shared online via www.artcall.org, www.chaffey.edu and YouTube.
All submissions must be original work and executed solely by the artist(s) to be considered for inclusion in "Student Expo 2022."
Maximum file size under 4MB and 4800px. If these size constraints are too limited, we can accept links to media hosted on YouTube, Vimeo, Soundcloud, personal website, DropBox, etc.
Minimum image dimension 540px on the longest side for all submissions.
Please ensure that you submit good quality images of your work. The Wignall Museum reserves the right to exclude work with images that are not clear, in focus, or well lit. Good judgement will be exercised to determine intentional photographic processes versus insufficient documentation.
If your work is a series or diptych, and needs to be displayed as such, please ensure you submit an image that contains the entire work in one image. Otherwise, a single image may be selected from the attachments.
By submitting original artworks, artists acknowledge and accept that the Wignall Museum may post video or moving image work on the Wignall Museum YouTube channel in order to share it as part of the exhibition.
By submitting original artworks, artists acknowledge and accept that video or moving image work may be compressed or upscaled as necessary in order to share it as part of the exhibition.
By submitting original artworks, artists agree that the Wignall Museum may present the work with any necessary accessibility features, as required by Chaffey College (this may include closed captions, audio descriptions, or other any other necessary accessibility features).
The Wignall Museum will reject work that employs hate speech, that incites violence, or attacks protected persons or groups. Hate speech can be an image submission which incites violence or prejudicial action or because it disparages or intimidates a protected group, or individual on the basis of race, religion, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, disability, or gender.