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Place Riel Showcase - Call for Submissions

Posted on 2017-10-31 in News

View of showcase installed in Place Riel Student Centre

The Place Riel Showcase displays student art for 4-6 month periods. Jared Brown, Past President of the University of Saskatchewan Student’s Union (USSU) and David Parkinson, Vice-Dean of Humanities & Fine Arts, College of Arts and Science joined forces in 2013 to provide this venue for students in the Department of Art + Art History at Place Riel.

Submissions will be reviewed by the current USSU President, the Gordon Snelgrove Gallery Director and a Department of Art + Art History faculty representative. Submissions should consider and work with the dimensions of the display case. A photograph and short biography of the artist is usually  installed adjacent to the display case.

Send digital images, title(s), dimensions, media
and short description before
November 24, 2017
to:
Marcus Miller
Director, Gordon Snelgrove Gallery
gordon.snelgrove@usask.ca
306-966-4208

Showcase specifications:
66 ¼ X 18 ¾ X 2 ¼ ”
fabric backing accepts Velcro, tacks and small
nails
internally lit

 

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