Event

Display your best work at the 2017 Foundations Honors Show

Compete for cash prizes at this annual juried exhibition as you demonstrate how your foundation studies classes have prepared you for success.

Submissions are open to current students enrolled in a foundation studies class from spring quarter 2016 to spring quarter 2017. Work may be of any medium and size, but must have been created in a SCAD foundation studies class.

Compile up to five of your favorite pieces in a PowerPoint presentation and email it to foundationshonorsshow@scad.edu by Friday April 14, 2017. Include “2017 FHS” in the subject line, along with your name, contact information and major/minor in the body.

Each PowerPoint slide should contain the following:
• Your name
• Contact information
• Major/minor
• Title of the work
• Medium
• Dimensions
• Class in which the work was produced
• Professor

Please specify if your work is digital and must be exhibited on an LCD screen. Your PowerPoint should not exceed 15 MB. If your submission is not in PowerPoint, it will not be judged.

Students who have been selected will be notified Monday, April 17.

Physical work can be submitted noon–4 p.m., Friday, April 28, to Wallin Hall, 312 E. 37th St.

Accepted works must be matted and shrink-wrapped for final drop-off. We reserve the right not to display poorly presented works in the show.

Awards

Foundation Studies and Ex Libris Purchase Award | $700

The Foundations Studies and Ex Libris Purchase Award winner’s work will be framed and included in the foundation studies department’s permanent collection. Additionally, awards for first place ($200), second place ($150) and third place ($100) will be given in the following categories: black-and-white drawing, color drawing, process drawing, 3-D design, 2-D design and color theory.

Exhibition

May 1–12
Wallin Hall
312 E. 37th St.

Reception and award announcements

Friday, May 5
4–5:30 p.m.

De-installation will begin at 10 a.m., Saturday, May 13.
Pickup will run May 22–June 1.

This exhibition is sponsored by the School of Foundation Studies.