If you’ve been in the Greenfield Library lately, you probably noticed Printmaking senior Cerise Kacensky’s print, Upside Downside Rightside Up, in the book stacks study area. She is one of our student exhibitors, and you can be, too!
The Greenfield Library study area has a small, but terrific and highly visible, space for showing 2D work, creative writing, and short scripts. There are no entry fees and no deadlines. It’s as easy as 1-2-3!
1. A pdf form has all the information on applying. Or, stop by the Greenfield Library circulation desk to pick up guidelines and a proposal form. Questions? Contact our Circulation Supervisor, Shannon Robinson, at email@example.com or 215 717 6280.
2. Submit up to 2 photos of the work you would like to show. You can submit photos with the application or email a .jpg to Shannon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. Submit an artist’s statement (1 page or less) with your application. This is optional, but always helpful in understanding the artwork. If accepted, the artist’s statement can be included in the exhibition.
We can’t wait to display the work you’ve been doing in your studios!