Fall 2020 Remote Student Art Showcase Poster


Fall 2020 Virtual Student Showcase


Submission deadline – Friday, November 13th

Virtual exhibition website launch – Monday, November 16th


Artwork will also be featured on the gallery’s Instagram and Facebook feeds throughout November and December, @hydeartgallery. Awards-of-Merit will be distributed at a later date following the website launch and recipients will be notified by email.


To submit artwork, please email and include a high-quality image(s) or video(s) of a piece of artwork that you produced this semester. There is no limit on the number of submissions per student as long as each submission adheres to the guidelines listed below. Artwork does not need to be professionally photographed, documenting it with your smart phone is fine. However, please reference the recommendations below when photographing your artwork.

For 2-D artwork...

  • The camera lens should be parallel to the artwork surface to avoid any distortion.
  • Fill the frame of the camera with the artwork, making sure that there is no cropping of the image.
  • Experiment with a variety of lighting to see what works best. Avoid camera flash back and images that are too dark. Photograph works unframed to avoid glare from glass or plexiglass.
  • If 2D artwork will fit on a bed of a digital scanner, scan the image at 300dpi.
  • Rotate your image so it is in proper orientation.

For 3-D artwork...

  • Submit several images from different views of your three-dimensional artwork.
  • Photograph in front of a blank background, preferable a black or white surface, to avoid any   unnecessary visual disturbance behind the artwork.
  • Leave some space around your piece to ensure that no portion of your work is cropped out.
  • If your work has a kinetic element, also include a short video to illustrate this functionality.


The following information will also need to be included in the body of your email...


  • Artist name 
  • Instagram handle, if you would like to be tagged.
  • Title of work
  • Medium
  • Dimensions
  • Course name/number and instructor 
  • A brief description of the artwork and/or class assignment
  • (optional) A few additional sentences about your experiences of learning remotely and how it has affected your art practice. 

Artwork may not be accepted if the above submission guidelines are not followed. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out anytime to Alex DeCosta,


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