Juried Alumni Exhibition Submission Guidelines
This spring, Flagler College is pleased to host its 2017 Juried Alumni Exhibition to be held at the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum from May 5 to June 16, 2017. To be considered, submitting artists must be graduates of Flagler College, as of December 10, 2016.
Entry Deadline: February 20, 2017
Submissions are due by February 20, 2017. There is no entry fee. The juror for the Alumni Exhibition will be Corrina Peipon. All forms of media will be considered, but artworks must be recent works made in the past three years, installation-ready (with installation instructions where necessary), safe for visitors, and no larger than 72” in any direction. Selected artists will be notified by March 20, 2017. Each artist selected will be required to fill out a loan agreement.
Each artist may submit up to five works. All works must be submitted as a jpeg, in the following format to include artist’s last name, title of work and date created (example: Degas_StarryNight_1889).
In the comments section, please include the title, date, medium and dimensions (H x W x D) of each work submitted. If the work is framed, please provide the framed dimensions.
In the appropriate field, artist must also submit their most recent CV as a PDF.
Each submitted image and document should not exceed 1 MB.
If selected, all works must be hand-delivered or shipped by April 24, 2017 to the following address:
Flagler College, Crisp-Ellert Art Museum
74 King Street
St. Augustine, FL 32084
February 20, 2017: Submission Deadline
March 20, 2017: Notification of Acceptance
April 24, 2017: All artwork received at CEAM
May 5 – June 16, 2017: Exhibition on view
June 19, 27-29, 2017: Artwork pick up
About the Juror
Corrina Peipon is an artist, curator, and writer living in Los Angeles. She is Director at Honor Fraser Gallery where she organized Saying yes to everything in 2014. As Assistant Curator at the Hammer Museum, Peipon organized Hammer Projects exhibitions with Carlos Bunga, N. Dash, Maya Hayuk, Alex Hubbard, Lucy Raven, and Jonas Wood as well as exhibitions of artworks from the Hammer Contemporary Collection. While serving as Curatorial Assistant at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, she was project coordinator for WACK! Art and the Feminist
Revolution, and she co-curated index: Conceptualism in California from the Permanent Collection. Her writings have appeared in numerous publications including Rebecca Morris: Southafternoon; Chris Johanson; Made in L.A. 2012; All of this and nothing, Engagement Party; This Is Not To Be Looked At: Highlights from the Permanent Collection of The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; and WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution.