eWeek Art Show
If you can't make it to the Learning Commons, 2nd floor, to see our Engineering Art Show, you can check it out here virtually.
Knowing, as we do, that engineers are among the most interesting people on the planet, we want to celebrate our community's many talents with an exhibition of SCU School of Engineering student, faculty and staff artwork.
NEW FOR 2016! This year the artwork in the show will be displayed on the second floor of the University Library. In addition to the new location which promises a larger audience, the exhibit will be on display beginning Friday, February 19, 2016 through Friday, March 11, 2016, an additional two weeks after Engineers Week ends.
This show is open to all School of Engineering students, faculty, and staff. Works must be created by the artist and original in concept. Artwork accepted MUST be able to be displayed in the University Library as presented in the submitted digital image.
Artwork Presentation Requirements
Art must be adequately framed or ready for presentation with a wire securely attached to the back for hanging. Wire MUST be in good condition and taut.
For artwork weighing more than 10 lbs., the artist is responsible for supplying a suitable means of display.
For artwork that cannot be displayed by hanging on a wall, the artist is responsible for supplying a suitable means of display.
Artist agrees that a photo of the artwork may be included in a Virtual Art Show on the School of Engineering's website.
A selection committee will determine which art pieces will be accepted into the show. Selected artists will be notified via email by February 11, 2016; detailed information on where and when artwork is to be delivered will be included. Art intake day for accepted art will be February 18, 2016. Artwork may not be removed until the show closes and must be picked up no later than March 14, 2016.
Artist may designate NFS (Not for Sale) or to contact artist if interested in purchasing.
The University and/or School of Engineering is not liable for loss, theft, damage of any kind to works entered in this exhibit. Personal insurance may be purchased independently if desired, by each artist.
Please pay careful attention to submission requirements and details. Incompatible work will not be received.
- Limit 3 submissions per artist
- Submissions must be made using the form below
- Images must be in JPEG format
- JPEG submissions should be named as follows: Last Name, followed by First Name and then the Artwork Title and medium(e.g., daVinci.Leonardo.MonaLisa.painting.jpg)
- Entries must be received by February 4, 2016.
For questions or help, contact Joanie Schuller, Events Manager, School of Engineering 408-551-3346, firstname.lastname@example.org