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2017-18 Authentic Assessment Exhibition Schedule Division of Academics, Visual Arts Education Department Date (s) are subject to change - Updated: 9/25/2017 1 Exhibition Title Exhibition Description/Submission Details Due Date (s) Additional Exhibition Info Mia Gallery- Conversations: Story Telling through Imagery (Connecting Art and Literacy) Storytelling has been in existence as long as human language. It fulfills the needs to pass on experiences through the narrative and visual forms. This tradition has been long evident in ancient cultures like those of the Australian Aborigines, Pueblo Indians, Irish Seanchai, and the African Griot. Modern day storytellers like Frida Kahlo, Faith Ringgold and Carmen Lomas Garza relay personal and social experiences through the visual arts, as do the Pueblo Indians through the creation of storyteller clay sculptures, Navajo sandpainting, and Hopi ollas. This exhibition invites you to share your story with others through 2-D art forms that relay both personal and social experiences to be passed on to others. Open to grades K-12 2D Artwork ONLY Artwork should be no larger than 18” x 24” matted All electronic submission guidelines, rubrics, and forms are located on the Division of Academics, Visual & Performing Arts website at: VPA Artwork should be submitted electronically as a JPEG image (no larger than 3.32 MB) through the M-DCPS Authentic Assessment On-line Submission Platform Use Artwork Label Format provided by the Division of Academics, Visual Arts Education Program Office. All artwork labels must be TYPED and adhered to bottom right hand corner. Artwork not representing the theme will not be adjudicated. Electronic Entries Due: Midnight on Thursday, October 5, 2017 Accepted Entries Due: Thursday, October 19, 2017 All entries sent to: 9607/ArtEducation/316/ Conversations: Story Telling through ImageryExhibition Dates: TBD - Thursday, February 8, 2018 No opening reception or award ceremony will be held for this exhibition. For further information regarding this exhibition please contact: Peter Demercado 305-904-3811 [email protected] Aboriginal Art The Griots of West Africa Seanchai’ Pueblo Indian Fact Sheet Arts and Crafts of Pueblo Indians Hopi Indian Art Carmen Lomas Garza Faith Ringgold Frida Kahlo

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  • 2017-18 Authentic Assessment Exhibition Schedule Division of Academics, Visual Arts Education Department

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    Storytelling has been in existence as long as human language. It fulfills the needs to pass on experiences through the narrative and visual forms. This tradition has been long evident in ancient cultures like those of the Australian Aborigines, Pueblo Indians, Irish Seanchai, and the African Griot. Modern day storytellers like Frida Kahlo, Faith Ringgold and Carmen Lomas Garza relay personal and social experiences through the visual arts, as do the Pueblo Indians through the creation of storyteller clay sculptures, Navajo sandpainting, and Hopi ollas. This exhibition invites you to share your story with others through 2-D art forms that relay both personal and social experiences to be passed on to others.

    Open to grades K-12 2D Artwork ONLY Artwork should be no larger than 18 x 24

    matted All electronic submission guidelines, rubrics, and

    forms are located on the Division of Academics, Visual & Performing Arts website at: VPA

    Artwork should be submitted electronically as a JPEG image (no larger than 3.32 MB) through the M-DCPS Authentic Assessment On-line Submission Platform

    Use Artwork Label Format provided by the Division of Academics, Visual Arts Education Program Office.

    All artwork labels must be TYPED and adhered to

    bottom right hand corner.

    Artwork not representing the theme will not be adjudicated.

    Electronic Entries Due: Midnight on Thursday, October 5, 2017 Accepted Entries Due: Thursday, October 19, 2017 All entries sent to: 9607/ArtEducation/316/ Conversations: Story Telling through Imagery Exhibition Dates: TBD - Thursday, February 8, 2018 No opening reception or award ceremony will be held for this exhibition.

    For further information regarding this exhibition please contact: Peter Demercado 305-904-3811 [email protected] Aboriginal Art The Griots of West Africa Seanchai Pueblo Indian Fact Sheet Arts and Crafts of Pueblo Indians Hopi Indian Art Carmen Lomas Garza Faith Ringgold Frida Kahlo

    http://vpa.dadeschools.net/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/mailto:[email protected]://www.aboriginal-art-australia.com/aboriginal-art-library/aboriginal-dot-art-behind-the-dots/http://www.goethe.de/ins/za/prj/wom/osm/en9606618.htmhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seancha%C3%ADhttp://www.bigorrin.org/pueblo_kids.htmhttps://www.reference.com/history/arts-crafts-pueblo-indians-75b95e4adf7c95e7https://www.reference.com/history/arts-crafts-pueblo-indians-75b95e4adf7c95e7http://nativeamerican-art.com/hopi-art.htmlhttp://carmenlomasgarza.com/http://www.faithringgold.com/http://www.theartstory.org/artist-kahlo-frida.htm

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    The District is proud to host this years Hispanic Heritage Month Exhibition through the theme of "Shaping the Bright Future of America" Over Fifty 2-D and low-relief artworks celebrating Hispanic culture and tradition are selected for installation in the auditorium gallery of the School Board Administration Building. School Board Members, community dignitaries, and thousands of visitors view this high-profile exhibition.

    Open to grades K-12 2D Artwork ONLY Artwork should be no larger than

    18 x 24 matted All electronic submission guidelines,

    rubrics, and forms are located on the Division of Academics, Visual & Performing Arts website at: VPA

    Artwork should be submitted electronically as a JPEG image (no larger than 3.32 MB) through the M-DCPS Authentic Assessment On-line Submission Platform

    Use Artwork Label Format provided by the Division of Academics, Visual Arts Education Program Office.

    All artwork labels must be TYPED and

    adhered to bottom right hand corner.

    Artwork not representing the theme will not be adjudicated.

    Electronic Entries Due: Midnight on Thursday, September 21, 2017 Accepted Entries Due: Thursday, September 28, 2017 All entries sent to: 9607/Art Education/316/Hispanic Heritage Exhibition Dates: Friday, September 29, 2017 Wednesday, October 18, 2017 No opening reception or award ceremony will be held for this exhibition.

    For further information regarding this exhibition please contact: Linda Mangual 305-995-1930 [email protected]

    http://vpa.dadeschools.net/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/

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    Small Works is a Districts student exhibition hosted by Miami International University of Art & Design. The exhibit allows students to explore various genre, styles and movements through an impressive array of techniques, as well as subject matter. The students, through the study of various artists, are challenged to maintain the integrity of the size constraints limiting the artwork to no larger than 9 x 9 x 9 inches. Artworks will include both 2-D and 3-D creations and this show still proves to be both inspiring and exciting in its size limitations and open-ended themes.

    Open to grades K-12

    2-D & 3D Artwork Accepted

    Artwork should be submitted electronically as a JPEG image (no larger than 3.32 MB) through the M-DCPS Authentic Assessment On-line Submission

    Use Artwork Label Format provided by the Division of Academics, Visual Arts Education Program Office.

    All artwork labels must be TYPED and

    adhered to bottom right hand corner.

    Electronic Entries Due: Midnight on Thursday, October 5, 2017 Accepted Entries Due: Thursday, October 12, 2017 Entries Sent to: 9607/Art Education/316/ Small Works Exhibition Dates: Monday, October 23, 2017 to Friday, November 17, 2017 Opening Reception Awards: Saturday, October 28, 2017 12:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m.

    For further information regarding this exhibition please contact: Alina Rodriguez 305-995-1965 [email protected]

    https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/

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    These designs depict students creativity and imagination of the holidays. A select District committee for reproduction and distribution by the Superintendent will choose designs. Special merit designs will be on display at the School Board Administration Building. All designs should be generic in nature and should NOT include any thematic, religious, or symbolic imagery representational of Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, etc.

    Open to grades K-12 2D Artwork ONLY Artwork should be no larger than

    18 x 24 matted. All electronic submission guidelines,

    rubrics, and forms are located on the Division of Academics, Visual & Performing Arts website.

    Artwork should be submitted electronically as a JPEG image (no larger than 3.32 MB) through the M-DCPS Authentic Assessment On-line Submission Platform

    Use Artwork Label Format provided by the Division of Academics, Visual Arts Education Program Office.

    All artwork labels must be TYPED and

    adhered to bottom right hand corner.

    Artwork not representing the theme will not be adjudicated.

    Electronic Entries Due: Midnight on Thursday, October 5, 2017 Accepted Entries Due: Thursday, October 19, 2017 All entries sent to: 9607/Art Education/316/Superintendents Holiday Card Competition Exhibition Dates: Friday, November 3, 2017- Tuesday, January 9, 2018 No opening reception or award ceremony will be held for this exhibition.

    For further information regarding this exhibition please contact: Linda Mangual 305-995-1930 [email protected]

    http://vpa.dadeschools.net/http://vpa.dadeschools.net/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/mailto:[email protected]

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    The District, in collaboration with Florida Art Education Association is proud to host the annual Youth Art Month State Flag design exhibition. Youth Art Month is an annual observance each March to emphasize the value of art education for all children and to encourage support for quality school art programs. The selected M-DCPS designs will be submitted to the state competition. Selected flag designs will be exhibited in March, during Arts in Our Schools Month at School Board Administration Building. Board Members, community dignitaries, and thousands of visitors view this high-profile exhibition.

    Open to grades K-12

    Only artwork submitted by art teachers holding current Florida Art Educators Association (FAEA) membership in good standing shall be considered for this exhibition. For more information, visit the FAEA website.

    All electronic submission guidelines, rubrics, and forms are located on the Division of Academics, Visual & Performing Arts website.

    Artwork should be submitted electronically as a JPEG image (no larger than 3.32 MB) through the M-DCPS Authentic Assessment On-line Submission Platform

    Use Artwork Label Format provided by the Division of Academics, Visual Arts Education Program Office.

    All artwork labels must be TYPED and

    adhered to bottom right hand corner.

    Electronic Entries Due: Midnight on Thursday, October 5 2017 Accepted Entries Due: Thursday, October 26, 2017 Entries Sent to: 9607/Art Education/316/ YAM- Youth Art Month Exhibition Dates: Wednesday, February 21, 2018 Tuesday, March 20, 2018 No opening reception or award ceremony will be held for this exhibition.

    For further information regarding this exhibition please contact: Division of Academics Visual Arts Education Program Office (305) 995-1930

    https://faea.org/http://vpa.dadeschools.net/http://vpa.dadeschools.net/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/

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    This exhibition marks the 32nd year of the enduring partnership between the Miami-Dade County Public Schools and the Miami Watercolor Society. The annual exhibition preserves and promotes the unique character of watercolor as a medium among our young artists. The Miami Watercolor Society as well as the Dade Art Educators Association, Inc. - Renay Rossi Awards of Excellence, will present approximately $5,000 in gift certificates.

    Open to grades K-12

    2D & 3D Artwork Accepted

    2D artwork should be matted or mounted on white matboard.

    Artwork should represent the use of

    watercolors as a wet medium. Digital

    watercolor imagery, must be created

    with at least 50% of watercolors as a

    wet medium.

    Use Label Format provided by the Division of Academics, Visual Arts Education Program Office.

    All artwork labels must be TYPED and

    adhered to bottom right hand corner.

    PHYSICAL ARTWORK MUST BE SUBMITTED FOR THIS EXHIIBITION

    Entries Due: Thursday, October 26, 2017 All entries sent to: 9607/Art Education/316/32nd Impressions in Watercolor Exhibition Dates: Monday, November 6, 2017 Friday, December 1, 2017 Opening Reception/ Awards Ceremony: Thursday, November 16, 2017 6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.

    For further information regarding this exhibition please contact: Alina Rodriguez 305-300-6887 [email protected]

    mailto:[email protected]

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    Exhibition Title Exhibition Description/Submission Details Due Date (s) Additional Exhibition Info

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    Theme: STEAM: Setting the Gold Standard This competition is open to all middle and high school students only. Art Educators may submit student artwork jpeg images no larger than 8 MB in size for adjudication.

    Open to grades 6-12

    All original artwork must be 2-D and must include the Cody Blue image design as per attachment.

    Artwork should be submitted electronically as a JPEG image (no larger than 3.32 MB) through the M-DCPS Authentic Assessment On-line Submission Platform

    All artwork labels must be TYPED and

    adhered to bottom right hand corner.

    Use Artwork Label Format provided by the Division of Academics, Visual Arts Education Program Office.

    Electronic Entries Due: Midnight on Thursday, October 26, 2017 Accepted Entries Due: Thursday, January 18, 2018 Accepted Entries will be on exhibition at the STEAM Expo Saturday, February 10, 2018 Miami-Dade College North Campus 11380 NW 27th Avenue Miami, FL 33167

    For further information regarding this exhibition please contact: Division of Academics Visual Arts Education Program Office (305) 995-1930 For additional information regarding the STEAM Expo, please contact: Department of Math & Science (305) 995-1949

    https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/

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    This competition supports Florida House Bill 701. For more information regarding this House Bill, please visit the Florida Senate website.

    Open to students in grades 6 through 8 ONLY.

    All mediums, styles, and compositions are accepted.

    Artwork should be no larger than 18 x 24 matted. All electronic submission guidelines,

    rubrics, and forms are located on the Division of Academics, Visual & Performing Arts website.

    Artwork should be submitted electronically as a JPEG image (no larger than 3.32 MB) through the M-DCPS Authentic Assessment On-line Submission Platform

    Use Artwork Label Format provided by the Division of Academics, Visual Arts Education Program Office.

    All artwork labels must be TYPED and

    adhered to bottom right hand corner.

    Electronic Entries Due: Thursday, November 2, 2017 Accepted Entries Due: Thursday, November 16, 2017 All entries sent to: 9607/Art Education/316/Art in the Capitol Exhibition Location: Florida State Capitol

    For further information regarding this exhibition please contact: Linda Mangual 305-995-1930 [email protected]

    https://www.flsenate.gov/Session/Bill/201/701http://vpa.dadeschools.net/http://vpa.dadeschools.net/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/mailto:[email protected]

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    Middle and senior high students are showcased in the University of Miamis Lowe Art Museum during the Beaux Arts Festival of Art. Detailed entry requirements apply; please refer to Beaux Arts - Artwork Guidelines.

    Open to 6-12 grades.

    All electronic submission guidelines will be sent via Weekly Briefing.

    Artwork should be submitted electronically as a JPEG image to Beaux Arts.

    All ACCEPTED artwork should be matted (white mats ONLY) and properly labeled upon adjudication.

    Electronic Entries Due: Midnight on Wednesday, November 29, 2017 Accepted Entries Due: TBA All entries sent to: Deliver entries to Beaux Arts at Lowe Art Museum. Exhibition Dates: Tuesday, January 9, 2018 Sunday, January 14, 2018 Exhibition Opening/Awards Reception: Tuesday, January 9, 2018 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

    For further information regarding this exhibition please contact: Linda Mangual 305-995-1930 [email protected]

    mailto:[email protected]

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    Exhibition Title Exhibition Description/Submission Details Due Date (s) Additional Exhibition Info

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    The prestigious juried Miami-Dade County regional exhibition, installed at the Rubell Family Collection, precedes a national competition conducted by The Alliance for Young Artists and Writers, Inc. Top award-winning entries compete for national recognition from among 93 national affiliates. Students in grades 7 12 are eligible.

    All entries submitted electronically via the Alliance for Art & Writing website: www.artandwriting.org Wednesday, January 10, 2018 by 11:59 p.m. Exhibition Dates: Saturday, January 27, 2018 Sunday, February 11, 2018 Opening Reception & Awards Ceremony: Saturday, January 27, 2018 Noon 4:00 p.m. Exhibition Closes: Sunday, February 11, 2018 Exhibition Location: Rubell Family Collection 95 N.W. 29 Street Miami, Florida 33132

    For further information regarding this exhibition please contact: Mabel Morales 305-995-1930 [email protected] Alina Rodriguez 305-300-6887 [email protected]

    http://www.artandwriting.org/mailto:[email protected]:[email protected]

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    Exhibition Title Exhibition Description/Submission Details Due Date (s) Additional Exhibition Info

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    Over fifty 2-D and low-relief artworks celebrating Black History Month are selected for installation in the auditorium gallery of the School Board Administration Building. The 2018 theme of African Americans in Time of War will be exhibited to Board Members, community dignitaries, and thousands of visitors who view this high-profile exhibition.

    Open to grades K-12 2D Artwork ONLY Artwork should be no larger than

    18 x 24 matted. All electronic submission guidelines,

    rubrics, and forms are located on the Division of Academics, Visual & Performing Arts website.

    Artwork should be submitted electronically as a JPEG image (no larger than 3.32 MB) through the M-DCPS Authentic Assessment On-line Submission Platform

    Use Artwork Label Format provided by the Division of Academics, Visual Arts Education Program Office.

    All artwork labels must be TYPED and

    adhered to bottom right hand corner.

    Artwork not representing the theme will not be adjudicated.

    Electronic Entries Due: Midnight on Thursday, December 7, 2017 Accepted Entries Due: Thursday, January 11, 2018 All entries sent to: 9607/Art Education/316/Black History Month Exhibition Dates: Friday, January 19, 2018 - Wednesday, February 21, 2018 No opening reception or award ceremony will be held for this exhibition.

    For further information regarding this exhibition please contact: Linda Mangual 305-995-1930 [email protected]

    http://vpa.dadeschools.net/http://vpa.dadeschools.net/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/mailto:[email protected]

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    Bio-Artists also known as molecular artists, such as David Goodsell, Guy Ben-Ary, Andre Brodyk, and the husband and wife bio-artist team of Oron Catts and Ionat Zurr as well as others, are using bacteria cells, viral cells and DNA cells as a springboard for their creative visual representations. These artists foster their sense of how cells are organized, crowd, and visualize the way proteins glob together to perform functions resulting in life itself. The manifestations of these ground breaking ideas of science meeting the visual arts challenges our scientific and visual literacy and invites us to explore organisms as things that move and live. In this STEAM inspired exhibition, art truly does imitate life. Resources Intractions on Multispecies Guy Benary Cell Formation The Tissue Culture Art Project

    Open to grades K-12 2D Artwork ONLY Artwork should be no larger than

    18 x 24 matted. All electronic submission guidelines, rubrics, and

    forms are located on the Division of Academics, Visual & Performing Arts website.

    Artwork should be submitted electronically as a JPEG image (no larger than 3.32 MB) through the M-DCPS Authentic Assessment On-line Submission Platform

    Use Artwork Label Format provided by the Division of Academics, Visual Arts Education Program Office.

    All artwork labels must be TYPED and adhered

    to bottom right hand corner.

    Electronic Entries Due: Midnight on Thursday, January 11, 2018 Accepted Entries Due: Thursday, January 25, 2018 All entries sent to: 9607/Art Education/316/ Natural Selection Organisms as Things that Move and Live! Exhibition Dates: Thursday, February 8, 2018 - Thursday, May 10, 2018 No opening reception or award ceremony will be held for this exhibition.

    For further information regarding this exhibition please contact: Peter Demercado 305-904-3811 [email protected]

    https://intraactionart.com/andre-brodyk/https://intraactionart.com/andre-brodyk/http://guybenary.com/http://guybenary.com/http://lab.anhb.uwa.edu.au/tca/http://lab.anhb.uwa.edu.au/tca/http://vpa.dadeschools.net/http://vpa.dadeschools.net/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/mailto:[email protected]

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    Miami-Dade County Public Schols, Division of Visual & Performing Arts in collaboration with the Dept. of Mathematics and Science and the Dept. of Career and Technical Education presents the STEAM: Mission Arts Fusion competition and exhibition for students K - 12. This juried competition combines technology, engineering, architecture, math, visual arts, music, film making, fashion, and performing arts, while encouraging innovation and creative risk-taking. Students are encouraged to create artworks that incoporate STEAM strategies, these include but are not limited to: robotic themes, code art, interactive artworks that combine music, and 3-D printing.

    Open to grades K-12 2D Artwork ONLY Artwork should be no larger than

    18 x 24 matted. All electronic submission guidelines, rubrics,

    and forms are located on the Division of Academics, Visual & Performing Arts website.

    Artwork should be submitted electronically as a JPEG image (no larger than 3.32 MB) through the M-DCPS Authentic Assessment On-line Submission Platform

    Use Artwork Label Format provided by the Division of Academics, Visual Arts Education Program Office.

    All artwork labels must be TYPED and

    adhered to bottom right hand corner.

    Electronic Entries Due: Midnight on Thursday, January 18, 2018 Accepted Entries Due: Thursday, January 25, 2018 Exhibition Dates: Saturday, February 3, 2018 - Sunday, February 18, 2018 Exhibition Location: Miami-Dade College North Campus STEAM Expo Event: Saturday, February 10, 2018 Miami-Dade College North Campus 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

    For further information regarding this exhibition please contact: Alina Rodriguez 305-300-6887 [email protected] FSS (Standards): Big Idea VA.68.F: Innovation, Technology, and the Future Enduring Understanding 1 VA.68.F.1: Creating, interpreting, and responding in the arts stimulate the imagination and encourage innovation and creative risk-taking. Enduring Understanding 2 VA.68.F.2: Careers in and related to the arts significantly and positively impact local and global economies. Enduring Understanding 3 VA.68.F.3: The 21st-century skills necessary for success as citizens, workers, and leaders in a global economy are embedded in the study of the arts.

    http://vpa.dadeschools.net/http://vpa.dadeschools.net/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/mailto:[email protected]

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    Over one hundred selected artworks are professionally framed for display during The Fair. The Fine Arts Department accepts individual entries through the school art teacher. Teachers may submit only ONE ARTWORK PER GRADE LEVEL from each assigned school. Total size of artwork with or without mat must be 18 x 24 inches.

    Framed artworks become the property of the student upon pickup at the close of The Fair.

    Detailed entry requirements and forms can be accessed in The Fair Exhibits Student Handbook

    Resources The Fair Exhibits Student Handbook Website

    PHYSICAL ARTWORK MUST BE SUBMITTED FOR THIS EXHIBITION

    Entries Due: Tuesday, January 23, 2018 All entries delivered to: Arnold Hall 3:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Check-out Date: Arnold Hall Thursday, April 19, 2018 4:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. Exhibition Dates: Thursday, March 22, 2018 Sunday, April 15, 2018 Awards Ceremony: Saturday, April 7, 2018 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m.

    For further information regarding this exhibition please contact: Linda Mangual 305-995-1930 [email protected]

    http://www.fairexpo.com/http://www.fairexpo.com/http://www.thefairexhibits.com/StudentExhibitsHandbook.asphttp://www.thefairexhibits.com/StudentExhibitsHandbook.aspmailto:[email protected]

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    Talented senior high school art students are offered the opportunity to show/market their work during the annual Coconut Grove Arts Festival by members of the Womans Club of Coconut Grove. Students learn firsthand about careers in the visual arts, exhibit their work to thousands of art patrons, and successfully market finished artwork. Detailed entry guidelines apply. Open to High School students ONLY.

    Open to grades K-12 2D Artwork ONLY Artwork should be no larger than

    18 x 24 matted. All electronic submission guidelines,

    rubrics, and forms are located on the Division of Academics, Visual & Performing Arts website.

    Artwork should be submitted electronically as a JPEG image (no larger than 3.32 MB) through the M-DCPS Authentic Assessment On-line Submission Platform

    Use Artwork Label Format provided by the Division of Academics, Visual Arts Education Program Office.

    All artwork labels must be TYPED and

    adhered to bottom right hand corner.

    Electronic Entries Due: Midnight on Thursday, February 1, 2018 Accepted Entries Due: Thursday, February 22, 2018 All entries sent to: 9607/Art Education/316/16th Young Artists Gallery Exhibition Dates: Saturday, March 10, 2018 Sunday, March 11, 2018 Opening Reception/Awards Ceremony: Saturday, March 10, 2018 2:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.

    For further information regarding this exhibition please contact: Division of Academics Visual Arts Education Program Office (305) 995-1930

    http://vpa.dadeschools.net/http://vpa.dadeschools.net/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/

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    The District is proud to host this years Womens History Month Exhibition, Nevertheless She Persisted: Honoring women Who fight All Forms of Discrimination Against Women. Over fifty 2-D and low-relief artworks celebrating Womens History Month are selected for installation in the auditorium gallery of the School Board Administration Building. Board Members, community dignitaries, and thousands of visitors view this high-profile exhibition.

    Open to grades K-12 2D Artwork ONLY Artwork should be no larger than

    18 x 24 matted. All electronic submission guidelines,

    rubrics, and forms are located on the Division of Academics, Visual & Performing Arts website.

    Artwork should be submitted electronically as a JPEG image (no larger than 3.32 MB) through the M-DCPS Authentic Assessment On-line Submission Platform

    Use Artwork Label Format provided by the Division of Academics, Visual Arts Education Program Office.

    All artwork labels must be TYPED Artwork not representing the theme

    will not be adjudicated.

    Electronic Entries Due: Midnight on Thursday, February 1, 2018 Accepted Entries Due: Thursday, February 15, 2018 All entries sent to: 9607/Art Education/316/Womens History Month Exhibition Dates: Wednesday, February 21, 2018 Tuesday, March 20, 2018 No opening reception or award ceremony will be held for this exhibition.

    For further information regarding this exhibition please contact: Linda Mangual 305-995-1930 [email protected]

    http://vpa.dadeschools.net/http://vpa.dadeschools.net/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/mailto:[email protected]

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    This thematic exhibition allows students to examine Miamis tropical splendor while viewing it like a true native, as they observe their own relationship to rich environments of nature through animals in their habitats. Students will explore this concept through the use of various media such as, but not limited to: drawing, painting, printmaking, etc. Miamis natural waterways, mangroves, native trees, small islands and everglades are but a few of those tropical wonders where the nearly 500 native species as well as dozens of established exotic animals make their home. Alligators, otters, opossums, manatees, fox squirrels, raccoons, white-tailed deer, key deer and armadillos are among the more commonly seen mammals, but not the least of the hundreds of species in South Florida to be explored and considered in this STEAM related exhibition.

    Open to grades K-12 2D Artwork ONLY Artwork should be no larger than

    18 x 24 matted. All electronic submission guidelines, rubrics,

    and forms are located on the Division of Academics, Visual & Performing Arts website.

    Artwork should be submitted electronically as a JPEG image (no larger than 3.32 MB) through the M-DCPS Authentic Assessment On-line Submission Platform

    Use Artwork Label Format provided by the Division of Academics, Visual Arts Education Program Office.

    All artwork labels must be TYPED. Artwork not representing the theme will

    not be adjudicated.

    Electronic Entries Due: Thursday, February 1, 2018 Accepted Entries Due: Thursday, February 15, 2018 All entries sent to: 9607/Art Education/316/Taste of the Tropics: ANIMALS IN THEIR HABITATS - WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE! Exhibition Dates: Wednesday, February 21, 2018 Tuesday, March 20, 2018 Opening Reception: Thursday, March 15, 2018 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

    For further information regarding this exhibition please contact: Alina Rodriguez 305-300-6887 [email protected]

    http://vpa.dadeschools.net/http://vpa.dadeschools.net/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/mailto:[email protected]

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    Surprising, innovative, clever, and accomplished, the annual show encompasses all styles, media, and technique in 2-D and 3-D artworks. The ambitious and impressive collection demonstrates the development of new skills, abilities, and interests; and emphasizes versatility, good design, and imagination.

    Open to grades K-12

    2D & 3D Artwork Accepted

    Artwork should be matted or mounted.

    All electronic submission guidelines, rubrics, and forms are located on the Division of Academics, Visual & Performing Arts website.

    Artwork should be submitted

    electronically as a JPEG image (no larger

    than 3.32 MB) through the M-DCPS

    Authentic Assessment On-line Submission

    Platform

    Use Artwork Label Format provided by the

    Division of Academics, Visual Arts

    Education Program Office.

    All artwork labels must be TYPED and

    adhered to bottom right hand corner.

    Electronic Entries Due: Midnight on Thursday, March 1, 2018 Accepted Entries Due: Thursday, March 15, 2018 All entries sent to: 9607/Art Education/316/Annual Countywide Exhibition Dates: Friday, April 6, 2018 Friday, May 4, 2018 Opening Reception: Friday, April 13, 2018 7:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m.

    For further information regarding this exhibition please contact: Alina Rodriguez 305-300-6887 [email protected]

    http://vpa.dadeschools.net/http://vpa.dadeschools.net/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/mailto:[email protected]

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    ArtAbilities is a district-wide student art exhibition held to celebrate the talents of students with intellectual disabilities. ArtAbilities is presented annually as an innovative, expressive exhibition for children and families with disabilities, and features live performances and community resources for parents. This design competition is open to all Miami-Dade County Public School students grade K-12 through the school art teacher. Each art teacher may submit designs for final consideration by the ArtAbilities Committee of the Mailman Center.

    Open to Grades K-12 2D and low relief Artwork ONLY

    Artwork should be no larger than 18 x 24 matted.

    All electronic submission guidelines, rubrics, and forms are located on the Division of Academics, Visual & Performing Arts website.

    Artwork should be submitted electronically as a JPEG image (no larger than 3.32 MB) through the M-DCPS Authentic Assessment On-line Submission Platform

    Use Artwork Label Format provided by the Division of Academics, Visual Arts Education Program Office.

    All artwork labels must be TYPED and

    adhered to bottom right hand corner.

    Artwork submitted must be created by students in an IND program.

    Electronic Entries Due: Midnight on Thursday, March 8, 2018 Accepted Entries Due: Friday, April 20, 2018 All entries sent to: 9607/Art Education/316/ArtAbilities Exhibition Dates: TBA

    For further information regarding this exhibition please contact: Linda Mangual 305-995-1930 [email protected] Roselyn Antao Project Coordinator Mailman Center for Child Development at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine 305-243-6135 [email protected]

    http://vpa.dadeschools.net/http://vpa.dadeschools.net/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/mailto:[email protected]:[email protected]

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    While the history of photography has its roots in the camera obsura, the idea of capturing an image in permanent form has evolved from traditional photography to encompass the present day digital imagery and manipulation as well as photograms, the incorporation of photographic imagery in other visual arts forms. Artists such as Cindy Sherman, Man Ray, Ansel Adams, Richard Avedon, Annie Leibovitz, and Dorothea Lange have all used the photographic medium as a way to capture their stories through portraits, landscapes, nature, fashion, and photograms. This exhibition explores the use of photographic materials to create visual artworks that portray what the eye can behold. Resources: The Art Story: Cindy Sherman The Art Story: Richard Avedon The Art Story: Dorothea Lange Ansel Adams Annie Leibovitz

    Open to grades K-12

    2D and low relief Artwork ONLY

    Artwork should be no larger than 18 x 24 matted.

    All electronic submission guidelines, rubrics, and forms are located on the Division of Academics, Visual & Performing Arts website.

    Artwork should be submitted electronically as a JPEG image (no larger than 3.32 MB) through the M-DCPS Authentic Assessment On-line Submission Platform

    Use Artwork Label Format provided by the Division of Academics, Visual Arts Education Program Office.

    All artwork labels must be TYPED and adhered to bottom

    right hand corner.

    Artwork not representing the theme will not be

    adjudicated.

    Electronic Entries Due: Midnight on Thursday, March 22, 2018 Accepted Entries Due: Thursday, April 19, 2018 All entries sent to: 9607/Art Education/316/Picture This Digital, Photos and Photograms! Exhibition Dates: Thursday, May 10, 2018 Thursday, October 11, 2018 No opening reception or award ceremony will be held for this exhibition.

    For further information regarding this exhibition please contact: Peter Demercado 305-904-3811 [email protected]

    https://www.theartstory.org/artist-sherman-cindy.htmhttps://www.theartstory.org/artist-sherman-cindy.htmhttps://www.theartstory.org/artist-avedon-richard.htmhttps://www.theartstory.org/artist-lange-dorothea.htmhttp://anseladams.com/https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Annie_Leibovitzhttp://vpa.dadeschools.net/http://vpa.dadeschools.net/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/

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    This exhibition celebrates Haitian Heritage. Over fifty 2-D and low-relief artworks celebrating Haitian culture and tradition are selected for installation in the auditorium gallery of the School Board Administration Building. Board Members, community dignitaries, and thousands of visitors view this high-profile exhibition.

    Open to grades K-12 2D & 3D Artwork Accepted

    Artwork should be no larger than 18 x 24 matted.

    All electronic submission guidelines, rubrics, and forms are located on the Division of Academics, Visual & Performing Arts website.

    Artwork should be submitted electronically as a JPEG image (no larger than 3.32 MB) through the M-DCPS Authentic Assessment On-line Submission Platform

    Use Artwork Label Format provided by the Division of Academics, Visual Arts Education Program Office.

    All artwork labels must be TYPED. Artwork not representing the theme

    will not be adjudicated.

    Electronic Entries Due: Midnight on Thursday, March 22, 2018 Accepted Entries Due: Thursday, April 19, 2018 All entries sent to: 9607/Art Education/316/Celebrating Haitian Heritage Exhibition Dates: Thursday, May 10, 2018 Thursday, October 11, 2018 No opening reception or award ceremony will be held for this exhibition.

    For further information regarding this exhibition please contact: Linda Mangual 305-995-1930 [email protected]

    http://vpa.dadeschools.net/http://vpa.dadeschools.net/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/https://cfaefl.org/MDCPSArt/mailto:[email protected]