8th Annual Student Art Show: July 18 - August 18, 2022
Students in North Seattle College's Continuing Education program are invited to submit artwork to be included in the 2022 Summer Artworks exhibit. We accept art works produced in a North Seattle Continuing Education art class.*
Each artist is able to submit a total of three (3) pieces of art work in any of the following mediums: metal work, paintings, drawings, ceramics, prints, photos, digital pieces, woodworking, comics, etc.
We are planning for the 2022 CE Art show to be held in the North Seattle College Art Gallery.
*All works must be created in a Continuing Education class during Summer 2021 - Spring 2022 quarters. This will be a juried show.
Complete your online application and submit your works HERE. All artists in the show will be eligible for an award: one People’s Choice and three Juror's Choice Awards. The 2022 CE Student Art Exhibition will run from July 18 to August 18, 2022.
The 2022 Art Show Timeline: (Dates may be subject to change)
- Tuesday, June 28: Entry Form and photos of work due by midnight
- Wednesday, June 29: Drop off artwork at Gallery between 12-6pm
- Thursday, July 7: Artwork not accepted picked up
- Monday, July 18: Virtual Opening Reception at 6pm
- Tuesday, July 19: Exhibition/gallery open to public during the following hours:
- Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, 12-2pm and 5-7pm*
- Fridays 12-3pm*
- Friday, August 5: Last day to vote for People's Choice Award
- Monday, August 8: People's Choice Award announced
- Thursday, August 18: Last day of show
- Friday, August 19: Artwork pickup between 12-6pm
*Hours may be subject to change. If you have questions or concerns, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are looking for student volunteers to help staff the gallery this year for the evening and Friday times. If you are interested, please email us at email@example.com!
To view images from our previous Annual CE Student Art Shows, please visit our:
Photographing Your Artwork Tips & Resources
Below are some good videos on photographing your artwork.
Additionally this website is good for photographing paintings and other 2D work (with some great tips about backgrounds, angles, and light): https://willkempartschool.com/how-to-photograph-your-paintings-with-your-iphone/
Photographing 3D Artwork:
Photographing 2D Artwork:
Learn more about all of the Art Shows at the North Seattle Art Gallery.