ELIGIBILITY: All Arcadia students enrolled in classes during the Fall 2021 semester are eligible to submit up to THREE works. Entries in all mediums are encouraged.
This year the juror will also be considering proposals for site-specific installations in locations throughout the library.
Artworkscompletedoutsideof class or independent of class assignments are welcome and actively encouraged.
There arenosizerestrictions.Photographic documentation of installations or large sculptural works may be submitted in lieu of the actual object for juror consideration. (Submitting examples of the types of materials used in these pieces in addition to the photo documentation is recommended.)
Pleaseensure that all works are delivered to the Art Office in the Spruance Art Center with forms firmly attached, one on each submitted work.
PRESENTATION: For 2D works framing is preferred but not necessary for submission. If an unframed work is selected there is a possibility that framing will be required for exhibition. Unframed works on paper must be submitted in a portfolio (or a suitable protective enclosure) labeled with the artist’s name.
SUBMISSION DATES: Monday, December 13 to Friday, December 17, 2021 and Monday, December 20 to Tuesday, December 21, 2021 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM in the Art Office, Spruance Art Center.
**Accepted entrants will be notified by phone if accepted. Unaccepted entrants will be notified via email, and should pick up their work from the Spruance Art Office between Tuesday, January 18 and Friday, January 21, 2022 during the hours of 10:00AM and 4:00 PM.
****The Art Office will not be held responsible for works left after the period stated above unless alternative arrangements have been made in advance.****
QUESTIONS: Please contact Matthew Borgen at 215-517-2629 or at email@example.com.
About the Juror
Kajette Solomon '06 photo: Connie Grosch
The first Arcadia alum to jury the Student Biennial, Kajette Solomon returns with an impressive resume.
In addition to her BA in Art History from Arcadia University Solomon holds an MA in Modern and Contemporary Art History, Theory, and Criticism from the State University of New York at Purchase College. She began her professional career at the Studio Museum in Harlem and is currently RISD Museum's first SEI Program Specialist.
In this role, Solomon manages the institution’s efforts to build equitable, diverse, and inclusive educational and exhibition experiences for visitors, and develops and leads programs for staff, volunteers, students, and board members related to anti-racist pedagogy, teaching, research, and interpretation of the museum’s collection.