The Photographic Imaging Education Association (PIEA) 2006 Winners Exhibition
Now through Fall 2008
This PIEA Student-Teacher Photo Contest includes work from seven countries. The Louisville show is the last stop of a two-year tour of the U.S., Canada, South Africa, Australia, and the United Kingdom. Participants range from elementary school students through college faculty.
Traditional and digitally altered techniques are represented. 60+ images. Now through September 4, 2008. Hours M-TH 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Fri & Sat. 9 a.m. to noon. Open to the public.
About the Center
Webster University Visual Arts Center exists within Webster University, which offers masters degrees in business, communications, and counseling. The Visual Arts Center was established to foster creativity and innovation in students, visitors, and exhibitors.
Call for Entries
WUVAC is seeking bodies of work from the Kentuckiana region for exhibitions in the upcoming year.
WUVAC invites submissions from individual visual artists, groups, and independent curators working in all media to submit proposals for exhibitions. Show proposals should include a brief description of the proposed exhibition, 10-20 images or media files (jpegs, CD ROM or online digital portfolio) with a list of titles, dimensions and media.
We have a special interest in work that relates to technology, science, research, or industry. This includes not only traditional visual art, but also design, visually expressed data, and collections, etc.
All media will be considered with priority given to two dimensional works. Appropriate three dimensional works would fit on a shelf or small pedestal or on the floor within a footprint less than 3ft. by 3ft.. Sculptors and video artists are encouraged to send images and inquire for more info. Floor plan available upon request from firstname.lastname@example.org.
To submit works for consideration, email (jpeg files) or a link to:
Subject line: Arts Center entry
Or deliver photographs to
Attn T Burke
1031 Zorn Ave, Suite 200, Louisville, KY 40207
With a self addressed return envelop.
You may email or call with questions, email@example.com, (502) 896-1835.
Mission: Excite and educate business-focused professionals throughout the region on the role and purpose of visually expressive communications.
Vision: We are the corporate workplace in Kentuckiana where people encounter and engage with creative visual work that expands our collective understanding of the world.