The Arts@Tech Faculty and Staff Art Exhibit - Celebrating the Artwork of Tech Employees!
The Office of the Arts is pleased to present the second annual Arts@Tech Faculty and Staff Art Exhibit. This exhibit serves as a unique opportunity for Georgia Tech faculty and staff to display their artwork in the Ferst Center for the Arts November 13 - January 31.
The call for submissions is open to all active staff and faculty employees at Georgia Tech from October 2-19. Entries must be submitted using this Art Submission form.
There is no fee to submit your work for consideration or to participate if selected, but all selected artwork must be display-ready (framed, mounted, etc) when received by the Office of the Arts. Visual art in a variety of media will be considered, although space is limited. Artists will be notifed the week of October 22 with instructions for dropping off the artwork between October 29 and November 7.
A reception honoring participating artists will be held November 13, at the opening of the exhibition. Visitors will have the opportunity to vote for their favorite piece of artwork on display for the "People's Choice Award."
The Ferst Center for the Arts will host the exhibit from November 13 - January 31.
The call for submissions is open October 2-19.
All submissions will be reviewed and juried.
Submission is open to all active staff and faculty employees at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Entries may be submitted using the Art Submission form.
Please note that graduate students and undergraduate students may submit their artwork to the Clough Art Crawl which takes place during Spring Semester. Information on the Art Crawl will be announced in December.
Each staff/faculty member may submit up to two pieces.
A reception honoring participating artists will be held November 13, 2018, at the beginning of the display period. Visitors of the display have the opportunity to vote for their favorite piece of artwork in the "People's Choice Award."
Pictured from 2017 exhibit: at right, Happiness by Morvarid Rahmani; above, Carolina Anole by Edward Hopkins, City in the Mist by Gerard Hauk, and Posada de las Monjas by Jennifer Holley Lux.