Please look for the 88th Annual Student Art Show in February 2023! The School of Art’s Annual Student Show displays artwork produced by students during the past year and gives students the opportunity to participate in a professional exhibition where a qualified juror selects artwork and artistic awards of distinction.
Tuesday - Friday: 10AM - 4PM
ADMISSION IS FREE
The public is invited to visit the exhibition at the
The Ned and Gloria Griner
Art Gallery, located just off the Atrium Food Court in AJ 101 in the Art and Journalism Building.
This year’s exhibition will be open from February 15 through March 16. The reception will be Saturday, February 25 from 6PM – 8PM in The Ned and Gloria Griner Gallery.
Information for School of Art students
This art show is managed as a professional exhibition. Students interested in participating in this year's exhibition should download the full version of the prospectus (includes entry labels). You will first need to apply online for each work of art and make payment via CASHNet. You will receive an email for each submitted work that includes a confirmation number (receipt number to include on entry label). Include this number when submitting your artwork!
Calendar of Events
Delivery of artwork submitted online between 10am–4pm to The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery in the School of Art. Review guidelines: an entry label, and a thumbnail color photo must be attached to the artwork. Also, bring a copy of the email notification to confirm online submission.
Seth Green: Juror’s talk in AJ 176 at 5pm.
Juror selects artwork from online/delivered submissions.
Notification of jurying results. List of accepted artwork posted outside are office, AJ 401, by 10am. Work not accepted must be picked-up from The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery in the School of Art between 10am-2pm. BSU ID required! Work not picked up will be returned to studio area indicated on submission form/label.
Exhibition opens at 10am in The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery in the School of Art.
Opening Reception & Awards Ceremony 6–8pm
The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery in the School
of Art. Business Casual/Professional Attire.
Exhibition closes at 4pm.
Pick up work from The Ned and Gloria Griner Art Gallery in the School of Art between 10am–2pm. BSU ID required! Artwork not picked up will be returned to studio area indicated on submission form/label.
This Year’s Juror
How is the juror selected?
The Student Show Committee selects the juror for the exhibition each year. The committee invites nominations each Fall semester from the school’s faculty.
Seth Green is an Associate Professor of Ceramics at Purdue University Fort Wayne (PFW), in Fort Wayne, IN. He received an MFA in Ceramics from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and a BA in Art from Southern Utah University. He has worked at Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass Village, Colorado and has been an artist-in- residence at the Archie Bray Foundation in Helena, Montana. Before Joining the faculty at PFW, Seth taught ceramics at Morehead State University in Morehead, Kentucky where he was promoted to Associate Professor. He is also the founder of the Indiana Clay Conference.
Seth actively exhibits his ceramic vessels on the national and international levels, in solo, invitational, and juried exhibitions. His work is represented by the Clay Studio of Philadelphia and the Companion Gallery in Humboldt, TN. He has received numerous awards for his work including the Best Teapot Award in the 2012 Strictly Functional Pottery National Exhibition and was awarded Best of Show, by the Kentucky Arts Council, for his work exhibited in the 2015 Kentucky Crafted: The Market in Lexington, KY. Images of his work have been published in Ceramics Monthly Magazine, Clay Times Magazine, The Log Book, American iPottery, and two Lark Books publications “500 Vases” & “500 Teapots”. Seth was awarded the Al Smith Individual Artist Fellowship and commissioned to make the awards for the Governor’s Awards in the Arts by the Kentucky Arts Council. He has also been a demonstrator, visiting artist, and workshop presenter at Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, the Clay Studio of Missoula, Michigan Mud Conference, and at several universities around the country.