Continuing Education Programs Annual Student Exhibition

June 20 – July 18, 2019

Juried by PAFA faculty members, the Continuing Education Programs Annual Student Exhibition showcases the work of PAFA's Continuing Education (CE) students created over the past year.  CE programs offer a diverse array of studio art courses, workshops and programs for adults and high school students, open to all levels of ability, from absolute beginner through advanced artist.  The goal of the exhibition is to represent the range of media, techniques and interests promoted in CE programs:  realism to abstraction, watercolor to metal sculpture, gestural figure drawings to expansive landscape paintings...and just about everything in between.  CE students of all levels of experience are encouraged to submit work.  Prizes are awarded.

View the List of Accepted Work

Download the Prospectus for complete exhibition information, including artwork retrieval guidelines.

Jurors:  PAFA faculty Renée Foulks and John Horn
Eligibility:  Students enrolled in at least one CE studio class during the Spring 2018 through Spring 2019 semesters are eligible to enter.  Some restrictions apply.
Artwork Submission Dates:  June 14 & 15
Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony:  Thursday, June 20, 4 - 6 p.m.
Location:  Anne Bryan Gallery, Museum Lower Level, Samuel M.V. Hamilton Building

 

Image:  CE faculty Ted Xaras with student Amanda Kaiserman, in front of her award-winning portrait in the 2018 exhibition.