Artists from across northern Colorado are invited to submit their work to the sixth annual Multicultural Art Exhibition at Aims Community College.
All forms of media are welcomed and submissions should illustrate and celebrate diversity and multicultural themes. Submissions will be accepted from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. March 21-28 in Ed Beaty Hall 109, 113, 147 or 123 on the Greeley campus.
Dyana Wyeno, a mixed media artist based in northern Colorado, will jury this year’s exhibition. Wyeno, along with the Aims Diversity Committee and College President Marsi Liddell, will select award winners based on originality, creativity, technique, professionalism, presentation and conveyance of the multicultural theme.
All work must have been made within the past two years. Entries must be no larger than 40 pounds hanging weight and 100 pounds standing weight. Two-dimensional pieces must be ready to hang and three-dimensional pieces need to be stable and secure. Each artist may submit a maximum of two entries, and submissions must be of the actual work, not a digital format. There is no entry fee.
The Multicultural Diversity Juried Exhibition will be located in the Aims Student Gallery in Ed Beaty Hall from April 3 to May 1. The Salon des Refusés will feature works that are not selected for the juried exhibition and will be open in Ed Beaty Hall 110 during opening day only from 4-6 p.m.
Artists featured in the Salon de Refuses may collect their work April 3 through April 11. After the conclusion of the exhibition on May 2, all artwork must be picked up by May 14 or it will become the property of Aims Community College.
For more information, contact Aims Art Professor and Gallery Director Sonya PauKune at (970) 339-6435 or firstname.lastname@example.org.