Voting for People’s Choice between April 4th- 25th, 2021 at 11:59pm (See below).
Exhibition Virtual Reception– April 28th at 6pm! Exhibition awards Announced! (see below for zoom details).
Click on each image to view large. Hover over the image to get the voting image number and read below for how to vote!
HELP Choose the PEOPLE’S CHOICE – AWARD!
Click each image to view them full size. When you hover over the image, you can see the image number. Write down the image number of the work you think should win.
THEN – VOTE at www.facebook.com/TylerArtsLife. Comment on the post titled, “VOTE for People’s Choice 2021 Student Fine Art Show.” Each person can vote once.
Voting is from April 4th -April 25th at 11:59
JOIN US at THE VIRTUAL RECEPTION!
Apr 28, 2021 06:00 PM Eastern Time
Our juror Summer Zickefoose will be discussing the art and presenting the awards!
About our Juror:
Summer Zickefoose is an interdisciplinary artist residing in northeast Ohio. She grew up amidst the square miles and cornfields of Iowa. The smells of fresh cut hay, horse manure, and hog pens lodged permanently in her subconscious have, in one way or another, led to artwork that is deeply influenced by Midwestern and rural American culture and landscape.
Zickefoose received a BA in Art History and a BFA in Studio Art from the University of Iowa in 2000, and received a MFA in Multimedia Art and Ceramics from the University of Florida in 2004. Her sculptures, performances, videos, and installations have been exhibited both nationally and internationally, most notably at the Athens Institute for Contemporary Art in Athens, Georgia, the Golden Thread Gallery in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and the Raccolte Frugone museum in Genoa, Italy. Summer has been an artist-in-residence at the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts in Nebraska City, Nebraska, Flaxart Studios in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and at the Field’s Project in Oregon, Illinois. She also works with a performance art collaborative, The Brick Factory. They have organized two residencies around themes of ceramics and performance, Actions + Material and The Object’s Not the Point, at Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts in Newcastle, ME. Summer Zickefoose is currently an Assistant Professor of Art at Westminster College in Pennsylvania.