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Contemporary drawing has evolved into rich and complex art forms. The field today encompasses alternative processes, mixed media, collage, hybrid forms, and reinvigorated traditional forms. This exhibition seeks works that explore conceptual and theoretical issues, push the boundaries of drawing practice, and engage in critical dialogue.
The exhibition may include works of various scales, as well as drawings in multiple parts, and drawing installations.
Dates for this second installment of the exhibition are November 14 through Friday, December 15, 2017.
Works will be selected for the exhibition by: Christine Wuenschel, associate professor of Art & Design at Purdue University, Eric Penington, continuing lecturer of Art & Design at Purdue University, and Liz Erlewine, Interim Director of Purdue University Galleries.
Open to artists over the age of 18 residing in the United States. Any media considered by the artist as appropriate to the contemporary practice of drawing is eligible. Traditional media, alternative media, as well as innovative and experimental approaches are encouraged. All works submitted for exhibition must be original and completed in the years 2014 through 2017. Submissions of any size and format will be considered. All submitted work must be able to be shipped (flat or rolled) by common carrier or hand-delivered. Exhibiting artists will be responsible for all shipping expenses involved in participating in the exhibition. Current faculty, staff, and students at Purdue University are ineligible.
Inquiries can be made to Liz Erlewine by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (765) 496-2958.