The Gallery at Penn College
Lycoming County Juried Art Exhibition
Chad Andrews, 180/220, 2012, 48 x 58", oil on panel
Public Voting is Now Closed.
What is Art Alive?
Art Alive is a juried exhibition of fine art by Lycoming County artists, showcasing the unique vision and emerging aesthetic ideas within the region. The exhibit will allow the community to experience and interact with new and exciting contemporary artwork created by regional artists. The exhibition was open to all residents of Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, 18 years of age or older. All artists were required to submit six works of art that were original and completed since 2008.
How were the artists selected?
Three independent jurors (Gary Mesa-Gaido, Florence Putterman, and Joyce Robinson) have selected the artists based on the following categories:
- Style / Artistic Integrity / First Impression
- Communication / Content
- Design / Composition
- Quality / Control of Medium
How will the artwork be selected?
Three works of art by each of the accepted artists will be selected for exhibition in the following manner:
- One work of art selected by the artist
- One work of art selected by The Gallery
- One work of art selected by the general public (via online voting site)
May 30 - June 28, 2013
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 30, 5 - 7 p.m.
Prizes awarded at 6 p.m.
Prize Juror Carrie Wissler-Thomas
About The Gallery
The Gallery at Penn College strives to be an important instructional resource for students and a cultural asset to Pennsylvania College of Technology and local communities. The Gallery is dedicated to promoting art appreciation and understanding through its exhibitions of traditional and contemporary art in a variety of media. The Gallery upholds the mission of Penn College and offers opportunities to develop intellectually, ethically, socially, culturally, and personally. Throughout the year, The Gallery is host to numerous exhibitions and events that range from local collections to international traveling exhibitions. The Gallery is located on the third floor of the Madigan Library, on the campus of Pennsylvania College of Technology.