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The Common Grounds Project
Common Grounds, Eskenazi Hall at Herron School of Art and Design
October 12 through December 4, 2017
OPEN TO HERRON & IUPUI STUDENTS ONLY
Common Grounds is a non-traditional exhibition space located in the common area inside the New York Street entrance of Eskenazi Hall. Artwork will be displayed on the grey pedestal beside the Berkshire, Reese and Paul Galleries. The Common Grounds Project seeks artwork that uses public space to engage audiences in an interdisciplinary, collaborative or conceptual way. While artworks do not have to be interdisciplinary, collaborative or conceptual, these approaches are highly encouraged. One artwork will be selected for each exhibition period according to the quality of the work, concurrence with the Common Grounds vision and rationale for exhibiting within a public space.
SUBMISSIONS ARE LIMITED TO STUDENTS OF HERRON SCHOOL OF ART & IUPUI.
Each student or group may submit one work for consideration. Submissions should adhere to the following criteria:
Artwork will be exhibited on a large concrete pedestal within a busy common area. This space is not monitored. All artwork in this space must be stable, properly weighted, freestanding, and cannot alter the concrete pedestal. We cannot guarantee that artwork displayed in this space will be protected from human contact. It is possible that artwork will be touched, altered, moved or damaged. Herron Galleries will not be responsible for any such occurrences.
Please email the submission requirements below to Herron Galleries at email@example.com by September 22, 2017 with subject line “Common Grounds”
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