Look at Me: Any self-portrait, image, or representation of oneself.
We are encouraging students from all Northwest Regional high schools to submit 2-dimensional works about how we represent our identity. For example, some students may want to discuss identity through social, cultural, economic, and gendered perspectives; as each of these elements plays a part in how we identify within constructs of family, community, and greater society.
The Look at Me Student Exhibition is free to enter and open to juniors and seniors across the Northwest Region. Students are welcome to submit one self-portrait each. These self-portraits must be original, and can be any media that can be exhibited on a 2-Dimensional surface.
All entries must be received by October 9, 2014.
Click here for an entry form, to be attached with your artwork.
Those who enter have the opportunity to win a variety of awards, including cash and tuition waivers.
The CWU Faculty members will choose the selection of awards based on merit and originality.
The awards ceremony will take place at the conclusion of College Art Day, October 11, at 4:00 PM. There will be a variety of awards, including $500 cash and tuition waivers for attendance at Central Washington University. Nominees do not need to be in attendance to receive awards. The exhibit will run through October 18th, which is CWU's Fall Open House and Homecoming where student work will be viewed by the general public. Light refreshments will be served.
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