SCAD Summer Sales Exhibition to feature figuration: submit your work by May
The SCAD exhibitions department invites submissions from SCAD students, faculty, staff and alumni
for the 2012 summer sales exhibition, Figuratively Speaking.
The human body has been a source of visual reference and reverence: greatly impacting aesthetics in both art and design for centuries.
For example, the body has signified ideal form in both art and architecture, it has expressed a theatrical sentiment through the gestures and mark making on two-dimensional surfaces and has represented a politicizing and social force in both earth works and performance art.
These images of the body express the culture, design and politics of the past, present and future.
Figuratively Speaking seeks to highlight SCAD artists who depict or use the body in interesting ways. Submissions will be accepted from a range of disciplines including but not limited to architecture, furniture design, photography, film, sculpture, painting, drawing and printmaking that explore the subject of the body— celebrating its form, function and capability in art and design.
Submissions deadline: Friday, May 7, 2012 (sic)
• Image(s) or Quicktime files (for film or video) of individual works, files titled to match the title of the work. Images must show completed work(s), and images of 2-D work must incorporate the frame if applicable to the work (if work(s) are framed an image showing an example of the frame must be included). Please also include any additional installation requirements. Together, files must be 1MB or smaller.
• One Word document including contact information (name including SCAD affiliation, e.g., M.F.A. painting alumna, 2006; professor of foundations; B.F.A. photography student), mailing address, phone number, email address with a checklist of works submitted which must include full credit information (artist(s) name, title of work, date, medium, dimensions and artist price). Please note that for faculty, alumni and staff, artist price is marked up 50 percent, 30 percent for matriculated students. All works submitted for exhibition must be for sale.
• One Word document résumé and/or CV including exhibition history (separated into group and solo shows), awards and honors. Please do not include contact information or graphics.
Please note that incomplete submissions will not be considered
To submit work for consideration, email
Sofya Radelet at firstname.lastname@example.org |Subject: Figuratively Speaking
PLEASE LIMIT ATTACHMENT SIZE TO 1MB
Gutstein Gallery | 201 E. Broughton St. | Savannah, Georgia
June 18 – Aug. 5 2012
For more information, visit scadexhibitions.com.