2013 National Juried Exhibition
National Juried Exhibition 2013
This exhibition seeks to display a wide range of work that incorporates current ideas about what is classified as work and how the value is determined. It is open to all media that fits within the parameters listed in the prospectus.
April 5 to April 24, 2013
Postmark Deadline for Entries:
January 31, 2013
The Competition: To be eligible the artist must be 18 years or older. The competition is open to all media(utilitarian, digital, video, print, etc.) with size limitations of 8’ x8’ for 2-d and 8’ height and 150 lb limit for 3-d. Installations must come with specific directions for set-up and must fit in a 15’l x 15’w x 12’h gallery space.
Important Dates for the National Juried Exhibition
January 31, 2013
|Postmark deadline for entries|
|February 26, 2013||
Acceptance notifications mailed
March 22, 2013
|Work must be received|
April 5, 2013
April 11, 2013
April 24, 2013
May 3, 2013
Entry Procedure: Digital images only, unmanipulated, unenhanced, jpeg images which must be submitted on a CD. Label each jpeg with last, first name, title, and # that corresponds with that image. As follows: smith_joe_title_1.jpg
There will be a $25 non-refundable entry fee for 1-3 works. You may submit additional entries at the rate of $5 per additional entry. The Allen Priebe Gallery will retain submitted images of accepted entries as part of its permanent collection. CDs will not be returned. Checks and money orders should be made payable to the Allen Priebe Gallery.
Send entries (See Prospectus): University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, Allen Priebe Art Gallery, 645 Dempsey Trail, Oshkosh, WI 54902 Entries must be postmarked by January 31, 2013.
Delivery for Accepted Entries: All work must be matted/framed appropriately and ready to hang or install. Hand delivered work will be accepted at the art office (A/C Building, Rm 319) M-Th, 8am-4pm only. All work must arrive at the gallery no later than March 22, 2013 and must either be picked up after the exhibit or have prepaid return shipping arrangements through UPS or FedEX. The artist is responsible for all shipping and insurance fees while in transit. Shipped art work should be packed in a sturdy re-useable box.
Yumi Janairo Roth was born in Eugene, OR and raised in Chicago, Manila, and suburban Washington DC. She currently lives and works in Boulder, CO where she is a professor of Sculpture and Post-Studio Practice at the University of Colorado. She received a BA in anthropology from Tufts University, a BFA from the School for the Museum of Fine Arts-Boston and an MFA from the State University of New York-New Paltz. Yumi has created a diverse body of work that explores ideas of immigration, hybridity, and displacement through discrete objects and site-responsive installations, solo projects as well as collaborations. In her projects, her objects function as both natives and interlopers to their environments, simultaneously recognizable and un- familiar to their users. She has exhibited and participated in artist-in-residencies nationally and internationally, including New York City (Bronx River Art Center, Sara Meltzer Gallery, Momenta Art, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Smack Mellon, Cuchifritos Gallery and Project Space), San Francisco (Limn Gallery), Portland (Institute of Contemporary Art, Map Room) Houston (Lawndale Art Center, Diverse Works), Denver (Rule Gallery, Center for Visual Arts, Museum of Contemporary Art), Minneapolis (Soap Factory), Milwaukee (Institute of Visual Arts, Kohler Arts/Industry), Santa Fe (Museum of Fine Arts), Mexico (Arcaute Arte Contemporaneo, La Galleria RufinoTamayo), the Philippines (Ayala and Vargas Museums), and Czech Republic (Galerie Klatovy-Klenova, Institute of Art and Design-Pilsen), and Germany (Frankfurter Kunstverein). For more information about Yumi's work, go to: http://cuart.colorado.edu/people/faculty/yumi-roth/
All entries will be judged from digital images (JPEG format on CD). If at the time of delivery an accepted work is found to have been misrepresented, it may be disqualified. Notification of accepted work will be sent by mail by March 22, 2013.
The juror reserves the right to reject any work submitted at their discretion. Also, any work not matching the digital images entered will be disqualified. If the art is for sale, all sales to be negotiated by artist/buyer, the gallery receives no commission.