An internship is an opportunity for students to work in their chosen profession while attending school in order to gain valuable knowledge and work experience.



Most often, interns are not paid for the work they do monetarily, but are instead rewarded by the sharing of knowledge, ideas, opportunities for their portfolio, networks and possibly a permanent job offer if the intern takes advantage of the opportunity to be a valuable employee.
Students in the Valencia Graphics Department are required to take an internship. Students cannot take an internship until they have passed GRA2182C Advanced Graphic Design II OR GRA2143 Advanced Web Page Design with a C or higher. Students probably won’t qualify for a Graphics Internship until their final two semesters enrolled.

You will not be able to register for an internship without following the steps outlined on our blog:



http://valenciagraphicdesign.com/2017/01/plan-to-internship-nextsemester/

East Campus Lab Building 1 Room 213 

Students have access to large and small format laser and ink jet printers, various format paper cutters, board cutters, headphone check-out, loupe check-out, spray booth, viewing booth, light table, camera check-out, scanners, wacom tablet check-out and Cintiq monitors. All this in a friendly social working environment with a modern resources for students to browse and lounge while working on their laptops.

Phone: 407-582-2762           Visit http://multimedia.valenciacollege.edu for current hours and closed dates. Check before you drive.

No Food or Drink Allowed. Certain supplies like custom printing paper, staples, paperclips, xacto blades, adhesive, etc. not supplied to students in the lab.

West Campus Lab 3-150

Students have access to large and small format laser and ink jet printers, various cutting areas, headphone check-out, camera check-out, light table, scanners, loupe check-out, photo tent and wacom tablet check-out. Please be mindful if there are classes in session when using this lab by using only the computers in the back of the room.

Phone: 407-582-1592

No Food or Drink Allowed. Certain supplies like custom printing paper, staples, paperclips, xacto blades, adhesive, etc. not supplied to students in the lab.

Osceola Campus Lab 1-244

Students have access to large and small format laser and ink jet printers, various cutting areas, camera check-out, lights and light cube, media card readers, scanners, loupe check-out, Pantone swatch books, and wacom tablet check-out. Please be patient while we work on making lab improvements you’re going to love.

Phone 407-582-4953

No Food or Drink Allowed. Certain supplies like custom printing paper, staples, paperclips, xacto blades, adhesive, etc. might not be available for students in the lab.

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407.582.2864





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Plan to Do an Internship Next Semester?

by kpennino on January 25, 2017

If you are currently enrolled in or have already successfully completed either GRA 2182C Advanced Graphic Design II OR GRA 2143C Advanced Web Page Design, then you met the prerequisite and you should be applying for an internship now.

NOTE:: WATCHING THE GRAPHICS INTERNSHIP ORIENTATION PRESENTATION IS MANDATORY FOR ANY GRAPHIC’S STUDENTS WANTING TO DO AN INTERNSHIP FOR COURSE CREDIT NEXT SEMESTER. APPLYING FOR AN INTERNSHIP, WATCHING THE ORIENTATION AND SUBMITTING THE PAPERWORK BY THE DEADLINE MUST OCCUR THE SEMESTER PRIOR TO WHEN YOU WANT TO DO AN INTERNSHIP.

Here are the APPLICATION PERIODS and DEADLINES to WATCH THE MANDATORY ORIENTATION PRESENTATION and the DEADLINES TO TURN IN ALL REQUESTED PAPERWORK:

 

To be an Intern in SUMMER 2017:

  • Apply (Complete your Navigator in Atlas) and watch the MANDATORY Orientation between Monday, FEBRUARY 13th and Wednesday, MARCH 29th .
  • Paperwork is to be dropped of in the East Campus open lab in 1-213 by Thursday, March 30th. OR the paperwork can be emailed to kpennino@valenciacollege.edu (please make sure attachment size does not exceed 10MB or they will not be received).


NOTE: WATCHING THE ORIENTATION, COMPLETING THE NAVIGATOR IN ATLAS AND SUBMITTING ALL REQUESTED PAPERWORK MUST BE DONE BY THE DEADLINES ABOVE OR ELSE YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO TO DO AN INTERNSHIP NEXT SEMESTER. 

Who should watch the mandatory presentation?

Any Graphic’s student who has met the prerequisites and is planning to register for a an Internship NEXT semester. Registering for an internship must occur the semester PRIOR to when you want to be an Intern. (Graphic’s Internship Applicants must be currently enrolled in or have successfully completed GRA 2182C Advanced Graphic Design II OR GRA 2143C Advanced Web Page Design before they can do an Internship).

What steps do I need to take to be registered for GRA 2942C Internship in Graphics?

  1. Fill out the Internship Application Navigator on-line through Atlas. The Navigator is only accessible during the application periods noted above. You can access the login to the Navigator via Atlas or follow this link to the login prompt: https://valencia-csm.symplicity.com/students/
  2. WATCH THE MANDATORY GRAPHICS INTERNSHIP ORIENTATION. The presentation is located in the East Campus (multimedia) Server in the Teacher Transfer volume in a folder called “Internship”. You may also download this file onto your computer by downloading it from my virtual “Drop Box” BY CLICKING HEREYou MUST view this presentation in Adobe Acrobat Reader in order for the videos to work! Feel free to take the presentation home with you for viewing, just keep in mind it is a very large file and will require you have adequate disk space for storage. CAUTION!: The orientation file is close to 200MB, make sure you have adequate disk space before copying/downloading.
  3. Print out all of the paperwork requested in the Orientation and submit it by the deadline (DO NOT take your paperwork to the Internship Office! Follow the Orientation instructions for where to drop off your paperwork!) Not following instructions makes it easy for us to know you haven’t watched the orientation.
  4. Once your Faculty Internship Supervisor (the Graphic’s Instructor assigned to internships) has everyone’s paperwork, he/she will submit everyone’s paperwork to the Internship Office. Once that happens, the Internship Office will process your paperwork and register you for GRA 2942C Internship in Graphics.

 

APPLYING FOR INTERNSHIP BY THE DEADLINE ABOVE (by filling out the Navigator and uploading your resume and transcripts), WATCHING THE MANDATORY ORIENTATION and SUBMITTING YOUR PAPERWORK BY THE DEADLINE (noted above) IS THE ONLY WAY YOU CAN BE REGISTERED FOR GRA2942 – INTERNSHIP IN GRAPHICS. (The Internship Office will register you for the course only once you have completed the steps above).

 

 

Valencia East Campus Type Fight!

by kpennino on June 10, 2016

Student Juried Show Accepted Graphic’s and Digital Media Work 2016

by kpennino on April 5, 2016

Congratulations to the following students for having work accepted in the 2016 Annual Student Juried Exhibition! Want to know who won awards? Well, then you’ll just have to come to the show opening on Friday, April 15th, 2016 from 7pm – 8:30pm on the East Campus Anita S. Wooten Gallery in Building 3. Feel free to RSVP to the event in Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1712186172354789/ and liberally share the event with your friends and family! All are welcome!

Student Juried Show Accepted Graphic’s and Digital Media Work 2016

Printed and 3-D Printed

  • Laura Judy – Hand-drawn type prints
  • Thalia Bunch – Typographic Journal
  • Tanoodej Anutarakul – Typography Book
  • Samantha Morales – Afros Book Cover
  • Ashton Dzialo – A to B Ad. Campaign
  • Rebekah Rigel – Bekah’s Branding
  • Mirysa A Robillard – Sweet Knead
  • Sarah Siddiqui – Home Illustration
  • Andy Hamer – Flat Face Fiction
  • Jason Miller – Type Poster, Univers
  • Christina Anzalone – Illuminati Coffee Package Design
  • Heather Hunsinger – Huli Hawaii Restaurant Finder
  • Heather Hunsinger – Coverly Smartphone Cases
  • Heather Hunsinger – What Are You Doing?
  • Heather Hunsinger – Lembrosia Lemonade
  • Ana Laura Pino Gallo – Olivia and Rick’s Wedding
  • Ana Laura Pino Gallo – TEMPLO
  • Ana Laura Pino Gallo – CARBON Barbecue Bar
  • Melissa Miller – Gentry’s BBQ Branding
  • Melissa Miller – Bohemian River Branding
  • Melissa Miller – Make it Grain Branding
  • Taylor Huff – Kino Branding
  • Taylor Huff – Deviant Branding
  • Taylor Huff – Phoenix Project: 3-Poster Series
  • Taylor Huff – HIP Infographic
  • Arliana Oraa – Parks & Rec. Seattle Branding
  • Arliana Oraa – Bonbon Confectionery Branding
  • Arliana Oraa – Oceano Shipping Int’l. Branding
  • Arliana Oraa – Bonbon Ad. Campaign
  • Arliana Oraa – Bodego Food Delivery App.
  • Aleitha Burton – Harbor House Stop Domestic Violence Campaign
  • Aleitha Burton – Max Brenner Ad Campaign
  • Aleitha Burton – Dahlia Bloom Dairy Farm Branding
  • Aleitha Burton – Baskerville Typeface Poster
  • Aleitha Burton – Typograpahy 101 Book
  • Joaris Manning – Infused Tea
  • Joaris Manning – The Art of Beer
  • Joey Morales – Nouveau Architecture Branding
  • Joey Morales – JLM Self Promo and Business Cards
  • Joey Morales – Crypt Zone Arcade Branding
  • Joey Morales – McKinley’s Barbershop
  • Janeza Dino – Wanted On Voyage CD Cover
  • Janeza Dino – Kafka on the Shore Book Cover
  • Janeza Dino – Type Book
  • Janeza Dino – Body Count (Lord of the Rings Illustration)

 

Web, Video, Motion Graphics, Digital

  • Tanice Arnold – Grave Digger Motiongraphics
  • Sarah Siddiqui – Hangry App. Design
  • Michael Mantia – Street Fighter Animation
  • Alena Tatum – Venue App.
  • Taylor Huff – Valiant Air Command Website
  • Carlos Paz – La Selva Video
  • Natalie Lauletta – Summit User Interface
  • Susi Rivera – RENE Website
  • Rebekah Rigel – Road Trip
  • Rebekah Rigel – Audubon Website
  • Aleitha Burton – Baskerville Type Poster Website
  • Aleitha Burton – Dahlia Bloom Sign-up Form Website
  • Aleitha Burton – Valiant Air Website
  • Brandon Chang – Portfolio Website
  • Brandon Chang – Web Directions
  • Brandon Chang – Indie Merch Store Website
  • Brandon Chang – Chimi King
  • Brandon Chang – Heat Beat Miami
  • Brandon Chang – Dr. Philips Center
  • Brandon Chang – Gigis

Winner List for the 2015 Graphic & Interactive Design Student Juried Show Awards

by kpennino on April 21, 2015

Below is the official list of graphic design, interactive design & digital media students who won awards in the 2015 Student Juried Show:

Form, Function and Error Free:  Stephanie de Sousa / Portfolio Website
Graphic Design Award: Jennifer Foreman / Wedding Design
Barbara Peterson Excellence in Design Award: Tara Paragian / JuJu Q Barbeque Campaign
In Memorial of Kevin M. Scarbrough; May This Award Satisfy His Ghost and Allow His Hellish Screams to End: Nhat Tran / Nightmare on Elm Street Movie Poster
Excellence in Typography Award (Print): Ana Laura Pino Gallo / Type book
Excellence in Typography Award (Web/Interactive): Taylor Huff / Scuba Website
Excellence in Design for Spot Color: Luis Argueta / Personal Brand
Dr. R. S. Grove Memorial Award in Illustration Purchase Award: José Estrada / Social Justice
For the Fun of It: Dahari Urena / It’s Tough Campaign
Best of Show: Dahari Urena / Yeah Yeah Yeahs Campaign
Close, But No Cigar, Best of Show: Laura Judy / A Stance on Standardized Tests
ACME “Now That’s Using Your Head” Award: José Estrada / Social Justice
Dean’s Purchase Award for Graphics: Lisa Yap / Disappearing / Coral Mining / Overfishing Series
One Hun Concept Award: Nhat Tran / FedEx Ad Campaign
Zumafu Foundation Award for Web Design: Taylor Huff / Scuba Website
Zumafu Foundation Award for Interactive Design: Brandon Chang / Portfolio Website
All Those Who Wander Are Not Lost Award: Dahari Urena / Furry Monsterz Campaign
Secret Society: I’m now a BDM with business cards:  Tara Paragian / Evil Twin Campaign
Being Legendary Award:  Tara Paragian / JuJu Q Barbeque Campaign
Social Responsibility Design Award: Nhat Tran / Rhino Equation
Valencia Digital Media Program Award, Best Digial Media Project: Elvis Olavarria / Story of My Life
The Dazzling Digital Illustration Award: Nhat Tran / Dami Wine
Damn! That’s Some Fine Body!: Austen Rebel / Omrade Catalog Poster
One Year Subscription to Skillshare: Valentina Salazar / Shelby Lanes
This Award is Better Than Jason Ellison’s Award: Dahari Urena / Orange Smokehouse
The “Officially That Guy” award for being too damn good: Valentina Salazar / Northern Pacific Railroad Campaign Poster
If I Had Wall Space I Would Buy It Award: Stephanie de Sousa / Naples Zoo Campaign Poster
If Websites Could Be Framed, I Would Frame It Award: Taylor Huff / GamePhile App Design

Creative Village Art Installation

by dsantspree on January 22, 2015

PROJECT OVERVIEW:

Valencia College and the Creative Village in Downtown Orlando are seeking concept designs for an outdoor public installation. The primary theme and objective is to create an interactive way to collect community input on education in the Parramore community. Funding will support the creation of a community art ‘wall’ or structure featuring the educational theme, and utilizing the phrase “I want to learn…” with open interactive space for the community to record their personal responses. The installation serves three primary purposes:

- information gathering to inform the Creative Villages’ educational partners;

– to raise community awareness about development in the Creative Village;

– to begin to establish community connectedness.

Student Prize:

The student (or group of students) whose concept is chosen for development will be awarded $500.00

About The Creative Village:

The Creative Village is a 68-acre redevelopment project in downtown Orlando, anchored by transit, education and technology. Valencia College and the University of Central Florida are slated to jointly create a higher ed campus within the Village. In addition, the community will gain a K-8 school to anchor the community. http://creativevillageorlando.com/

About the Parramore Community:

The Parramore Heritage Community is a diverse area of residential neighborhoods, businesses and industry west of the Downtown Orlando core. Parramore is the historic home of Orlando’s African-American community, and is on the cusp of a new surge of growth as a diverse and vibrant Downtown area. The Parramore Business District consists of two historic retail “Main Streets” – Parramore Avenue and West Church Street. These two streets intersect in the Parramore Town Center, which covers the traditional commercial and industrial heart of Parramore along the Church Street and Central Boulevard corridors. Parramore is home of City View apartments, HD Supply, the Florida A&M University School of Law and the Federal Courthouse.

Project Site:

The Creative Village will transform the former Amway Arena site into a 68-acre mixed-use site. (office, creative, educational, residential, commercial & hotel space). The site for the installation/wall should not exceed 8 feet tall, by 30 feet long long, but design is not limited to “wall” like structures. Please keep in mind that the structure and materials used should be conducive to elements of weather for at least 6 months, with the end goal of being converted into a semi-permanent installation.
<please click here to view the official information package>


Project Requirements:

- Submission must be from current Valencia College students (of any discipline)

- Concept should be a low-tech solution.

- Theme “Education in the community”

- Must include the phrase “I want to learn…”

- Must include a way to record and collect responses from the public audience in a way that is somewhat weatherproof. “Give a voice” to the community the Creative Village will impact.

- Installation will have to last for up to six months. To be translated to and converted to a semi-permanent (five years) installation.

Key Dates:

Entry Deadline: Friday March 27th

  • Drop Off Location: West Campus 5-130, 12:30pm
  • Drop Off Location: East Campus 1-213, 5:30pm

 

Installation: Summer 2105

Selection Method and Criteria:

  • Entries will be judged by Artists & Industry Professionals.
  • Low-tech solution that creatively engages the community.
  • Theme of ‘Education’ in the community.
  • Must include the phrase “I want to learn…”
  • Must include a way to record and collect responses from the public audience in a way that is somewhat weatherproof.
  • Give a voice to the community that the Creative Village will impact.
  • Installation must last for up to 6 months, to be converted to a semi-permanent (5 years) installation
  • Construction Budget for the actual installation must not exceed $5000.00

 

Submission Format Suggestions:

- Poster presentation of design concept Renderings: One large Overview and Two Detail Images with detailed notations on specifics of your concept.

- PDF presentation of concept drawings and include student’s name(s), a description/samples of your inspirations, concepts, final solutions, etc., (suitable size for non-computer viewing)

- Printed Presentation Booklet, professional craft quality

All submissions must include:

Student(s) name(s), VID and ATLAS email address(es)

Mailing address(es) & phone number(s) of individual(s) who contributed

Title of Work

Artist’s Statement / Description (Optional)

Click Header Image for a printable PDF of this post.

 

Wearable Tech Meetup Presents: Factur maker lab, Smartwatches & Oculus VR

by kpennino on January 9, 2015

Echo is hosting the first Wearable Tech meetup for 2015. The agenda is filled with some awesome speakers and topics.
 
Tuesday, January 27, 2015 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
 
Echo at Canvs:101 S. Garlando Ave, Suite 108, Orlando, FL 
 
for detailed information: http://www.meetup.com/Wearable-Technology-Orlando/events/219625196/

Several Great Upcoming Events!

by kpennino on April 9, 2014

There are several upcoming events you should all have on your radar!

AIGA Orlando Drink & Draw Social:
At Stardust Coffee and Video, Thursday (tomorrow), April 10 from 6:30pm – 8:30pm. This is a fun social event. No need to drink or draw! Just show up and get to know your local creatives!  Info on this event can be found on their facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/AIGAOrlando

Annual 2014 Valencia Fine & Graphic Arts Student Juried Show:
At Valencia’s East Campus Anita S. Wooten Gallery (Building 3), Friday, April 18th from 6:30pm – 8:30pm. This is a family-friendly event with some finger food and some of the best graphic design and fine art you’ll see for some time! This event always draws a giant crowd! For more information, see our blog post about this upcoming event here: http://valenciagraphicdesign.com/2014/03/2014-annual-student-juried-show-accepted-work/

Semesterly Portfolio Show ‘n’ Tell:
At Valencia’s West Campus in Building 2, Cafeteria Mezzanine Level (2nd floor), Thursday, April 24th from 5:30pm – 8pm. This is your chance to see what a finished Valencia Graphic & Interactive Design student portfolio looks like! It’s also a great chance to ask graduating students about their experiences. You’re encouraged to bring family and friends. This is a semesterly event, however, this year we went all out and we’ve changed the venue and added food!

AIGA Orlando SPOT Award Showcase: 
At the Orange Studio (1121 N. Mills Ave., Orlando, FL), Friday, April 25th from 6:30pm – 9:30pm. AIGA’s annual SPOT Award Showcase will be a display of all work produced by the protégés of the AIGA ORLANDO MENTORSHIP 2014 program. Open to the public and creative community, all guests and spectators will vote on the best exhibits and pieces by placing a circle sticker (or spot!) next to it. They will also have a guest speaker for the evening sharing their inspiring work, talking about student success and giving insight into life after graduation. This will a spectacular evening that you don’t want to miss! DJ and food truck will be on site while the voting is taking place. For information about this eventj and to purchase tickets: http://orlando.aiga.org/event/spot-2/

A Living Gallery of Calligraphers

by kpennino on April 7, 2014

 

PRESENTED BY:

THE SCRIBES OF CENTRAL FLORIDA

FRIDAY MAY 2, 2014 from 1 – 4 P.M.

 
A Living Gallery of Calligraphers creating artwork of beautiful writing in a scriptorium setting.

Timothy Botts with several professional calligraphers will be demonstrating historical lettering from Roman capitals to contemporary styles.

Admission is free to the public.

at

The First Presbyterian Church of Orlando
106 East Church Street
Edington Ministry Center, Room 310
Orlando, FL 32801

For map to church and free parking go to
www.fpco.org

For information contact JdyShrs@earthlink.net
Or call Jean @ 407-339-7383

 

2014 Annual Student Juried Show Accepted Work

by kpennino on March 31, 2014

Congratulation to those Graphic & Interactive Design and Digital Media student whose work was accepted into the 2014 Annual Student Juried Fine & Graphic Art Show. Every year awards are given to exceptional work that was accepted into the show. To know to won an award, you should attend the show opening:

2014 Annual Student Juried Fine & Graphic Art Show
East Campus Building 3 Anita S. Wooten Gallery and Atrium
Friday, April 18th  from 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Awards Ceremony in the Atrium at 7:30pm

Here is the list of Accepted Graphic Design/Interactive Design/Digital Media Work: 

Lauren Shafer: 

  • Apostle Clothing Shopping Bag
  • Something Blue Wedding Collateral
  • Donate for Life Branding

 

Adrianna Perrault: 

  • Leighline Irish Pub Branding
  • American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Branding
  • Carbon Cycles Branding

 

Ruben Del Rio: 

  • Pledge Eternity Campaign
  • Save the Arts Campaign
  • You Are What You Eat (large poster)
  • Atoms for Peace Album Art Visualization
  • Calvin + Hobbes Flash Website
  • Jake’s Mailman Interactive Animation
  • Craigslist Redesign – 90 degrees Website
  • The Drunken Monkey Responsive Website
  • Marx and Lennin Footwear LLC Website
  • Print Squid Website
  • Designificationalism Website

 

Devin Jacoviello: 

  • Developing Chemicals Packaging
  • Monarch Motorcycle Posters (2)
  • Monarch Motorcycle Branding
  • Haymaker Typographic Posters (3)
  • Below Minimum Wage Ad Campaign (3)
  • Adelaide Guitar Branding
  • Kick Fix Sneaker Mobile App
  • Rough Riders BBQ Branding

 

Jennifer Pelham: 

  • The Tar Pit Smokehouse Branding
  • Royal Alexandria Railway Branding
  • Leutzinger Watch Co. Branding
  • Castor Peak Ski Equipment Branding (2)

 

Sarah Siddiqui: 

  • The Art of Type – Typography Book
  • Frozen Movie Poster
  • Bauhaus Poster

 

Christopher Reath: 

  • The Magic School Bus Brochure
  • Unfair Brand Posters (3)
  • Unfair Skateboards Branding
  • Avian Brothers Branding
  • Copeland Guitar Co. Branding
  • 3 Little Pigs Barbecue Pit Branding
  • Lauren & Nicholas Wedding Collateral

 

Sebastian Mejia: 

  • ADAGIO Men’s Dress Apparel Branding Branding
  • Hops & Dreams Brewing Co. Branding
  • Travel Germany Website
  • Cotton On Website/Apparel Site
  • Millennium Falcon Interactive Map
  • Habitat for Humanity Website

 

Taylor Huff: 

  • Rockstar Cupcake Lounge Packaging
  • Ethos Vegan Kitchen Presentation Digital Layout

 

Lynda Kusuma: 

  • Typography Book
  •  1st Book Style Guide

 

Ravish Patel: Zooda Skateboards

Austen Rebel: Pantone’s 50th Anniversary Campaign

Josef Ortiz: Ethios Coffee Packaging

Kira Rosa: Ship Wrecked Rum Packaging

Serena LynFatt: Eat, Sleep, TYPE – Typographic Book Design

Tibby Starks: Get the Facts About Greyhounds

Jason Valderrama-Urrego: Shepard Ad Campaign

Jason Cardenas: Sushiology Redesign Website

 

Unaccepted work should be picked up before the end of the semester in the East Campus lab in 1-215.

 

 

Call for Entries: 2014 Annual Juried Student Fine Art & Graphic Art Exhibition

by kpennino on February 19, 2014

GRAPHICS STUDENT JURIED SHOW CALL FOR ENTRIES DETAILS!

{THE DEADLINE TO SUBMIT WORK IS FRIDAY MARCH 28TH BY 5PM!!}

GRAPHICS Student Submission Guidelines (NOTE: The below outlines submission criteria for work done for Graphics courses only. The guidelines for submitting work completed in ART courses is different than what is on this posting for GRA courses and different than criteria set in past years. Please stop by the Fine Art Dept. in Building 3-115 for submission guidelines for work completed in ART courses – e.g. ART1300C.)

Work Eligible: Any work produced in conjunction within a Valencia Graphics class (any course with a GRA or DIG prefix) from Summer session 2013 through Spring session 2014. Students may enter up to 2 pieces from each class taken during that time. Graphics students no longer need to finish their accepted work with plexiglass or framing, so please make sure the work you submit is clean and professional enough to display in the gallery AS IS before submitting it for judging!

Presentation of Submitted Work:

  • Flat graphics work: needs to be professionally mounted onto black mat board for judging and presented in a way that isn’t sloppy or unprofessional. You will want to keep the board to a reasonable size so it is not too floppy to hang or does not warp while hung for several weeks. Posters larger than 11 x 17 do NOT need to be mounted. NOTE: Accepted work will be hung on the gallery walls AS SUBMITTED!
  • 3D work (such as package design, books, etc.): should be submitted in their finished 3D form and delivered in a container (like a box) to protect the contents from wear and tear that might occur while the work is in transit for judging and/or gallery setup. NOTE: Accepted work will be displayed in the gallery AS SUBMITTED! Generally 3D work is displayed on a pedestal, so you will want your work to look good from all sides/angles. You may also choose to submit a professional photograph of your 3D work, however, keep in mind the quality of the photograph will be important in the judging process.
  • Interactive/web projects: should all be burned onto a single labelled CD/DVD and files/folders should be clearly named so they match those on the submission forms. An entry form for EACH project on the disk needs to be filled out and all entry forms attached to the disk. NOTE: Accepted work will presented on a computer in the gallery AS SUBMITTED!

Work Delivery Deadline for Judging: Friday, March 28th (no later than 5pm) to our EAST Campus Graphics Lab in 1-213. You may also drop off your work in the WEST Campus Graphics Lab in 5-130, however; you must drop off your work at that location by THURSDAY, March 27th by 3pm. Each entry MUST have a completed entry form (including ALL of the colored copies) taped to the back in the lower right hand corner. Entry forms can be obtained in the East Graphics area in 1-213 (or in the West Campus Graphics lab in 5-130) or in the East Campus Fine Arts area in 3-115.

Judging of Work: The judging of the work will take place on Saturday, March 29th.

Pickup of Unaccepted Work: All declined work must be picked up by Monday, March 31st in room 1-213. Any declined work left in the lab for longer than 3 weeks will be disposed of.

Accepted Work: A list of accepted Graphics work will be posted in the entry way of the East Campus Graphics area outside of 1-213 by Friday, April 4th and posted on this blog. All accepted work will be taken to the gallery directly from the Graphics judging area by Friday, April 4th. If you need to improve the presentation of your accepted work before it is submitted to the gallery the deadline to get your accepted work better prepared for display in the gallery and re-submitted to the Graphics Lab (1-213) is Friday, April 4th.

Exhibition Opening Date: Friday April 18th, 2014 – The reception is from 6:30 – 8:30pm. There will be an awards ceremony in the Building 3 Atrium at 7:30pm.

Exhibition Closing Date: Friday May 22nd.

Picking Up Work After Exhibition Ends: Work, once taken down from the show, can be picked up in 1-213 between Tuesday, May 27th– Friday, May 30th. Any work that is not picked up by that time may be used to decorate the Graphics Lab walls.

A printout of this information can also be obtained by requesting it from an East Campus Lab Assistant in 1-213.