Share Your Talent
Exhibition Opportunities for CE Students and Alumni
The Division of Continuing Education offers students the opportunity to showcase work online - through the CE Gallery page and on its social media networks – and in exhibition spaces on campus.
If you are interested in exhibition opportunities in one of our displays, please send 3-5 jpegs sized 1500 pixels (long side) of artwork, along with your name, course(s) taken, and a brief statement of the work to firstname.lastname@example.org (jpegs should be titled number_firstname_lastname.jpg). Students should have enough work to fill the entire space assigned. Submissions are ongoing and exhibition slots are booked on a first-come, first-served basis to accepted artists. We accept 2-D and 3-D artwork.
To have your work included on our CE Gallery Pages and on our various social media platforms, please follow the guidelines below:
2D and 3D submissions: Please send your image(s), sized 1500 pixels (long side), along with your name, course(s) taken, website/blog, and a brief statement about the work to email@example.com (jpegs should be titled number_firstname_lastname.jpg).
Video submissions: Please send a link to your video on YouTube or Vimeo, along with your name, course(s) taken, website/blog, and a brief description of the work to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All work must be created during or in conjunction with a continuing education course.
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