2014 Fall International Student Online Exhibition
For the fall of 2014 the Glass Art Society is inviting all active student members of GAS currently enrolled full-time in a degree-granting program to participate in the 2nd annual International Student Online Exhibition.
DEADLINE FOR ENTRY IS NOVEMBER 15, 2014.
Gain exposure - Students may submit one image, plus a detail, of an artwork, video or installation. Unveil your work to hundreds of glass professionals, enthusiasts and other students alike. All eligible entries will be presented alphabetically on the GAS website. All entries will also compete for awards and the chance to be featured in the Juried Selection Digital Catalogue.
How to Participate:
Read the Fine Print and the Digital Submission Guidelines & Tips.
This exhibition is open to all active student members of GAS currently enrolled full-time in a degree-granting program who have provided proof of full-time student status. All work must be original, professionally crafted, contain glass as the main element and be designed/created between 2013-2014.
Email these two items to StudentExhibition@glassart.org by November 15, 2014.
1. ONE JPG image of your artwork, installation or a still image from your video***. A second detail image of the same piece may be sent if applicable. Format: RGB jpg maximum 1,200 pixels high or wide at 150 dpi. Labeled: LastFirst_Title.jpg.
***VIDEO – videos must be uploaded to YouTube, Vimeo, or other similar site that offers an embed link for your video which will be used to show it on the GAS website.
2. Completed 2014 Student Online Exhibition Entry form containing:
• Image thumbnails and caption information
• A short artist statement (maximum 100 words).
• Your contact info and name of the school you are currently enrolled in.
BY SUBMITTING YOUR IMAGE & INFORMATION YOU AGREE TO THE FOLLOWING:
• To allow GAS to use the submitted image and information in the online exhibition on the GAS website.
• To allow GAS to use the submitted image and information in any other online/printed GAS publications/media for promotional purposes.
• Only high quality, clean, sharp images with good contrast will be considered for the juried selection digital catalogue – read and carefully follow the guidelines and tips.
• Avoid sending visuals shot at awkward angles, with distracting backgrounds or glare, or unusual colorcasts.
• If submitting a video it must first be uploaded to a site such as YouTube, Vimeo or other similar site and a view link provided. For jurying purposes please create a temporary account with just your initials instead of your full name.
Juried Selection Digital Catalogue
Chosen from the International Student Online Exhibition
To accompany the first International Student Online Exhibition on the GAS website, GAS invited three distinguished Jurors -Ann Mulrooney, Marc Petrovic and Ken Saunders- to select works from the many submissions. Thanks to these jurors who generously donated their time and expertise the chosen artists were featured in the first ever Juried Selection Digital Catalogue. In addition the jurors awarded 1st, 2nd, 3rd place winners, honorable mentions and other selected works to be included. Jurors comments provide insight on their chosen works. View the first ever 2013 Juried Selection Catalogue
published on issuu.com.
The 2nd annual Juried Selection Digital Catalogue will be chosen by a jury from entries to the 2014 International Student Online Exhibition estimated to be published this December.
2015 International Student Exhibition • San Jose, CA
GAS invites all student members who are currently enrolled full-time in an accredited degree-granting program to participate in the International Student Exhibition & Sales to be held in San Jose, CA in June 2015 during the annual conference. All work must be original, professionally crafted, contain glass as the main element and be designed/created between 2014-2015.
A panel of jurors will selected First, Second, Third place recipients as well as several Honorable Mention awards. Donated awards are given with the first place recipient receiving a $1,000 USD cash award from the Corning Museum of Glass.
Image: Award recipients from the International Student Exhibition during the 2014 Glass Art Society Conference held in Chicago, IL.