COVID, Masks, and Memories
October 30-November 22, 2020
Join us for an exhibition by WLC students to showcase the artwork, photos, and mask designs that they created during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A free opening reception is scheduled for Friday, October 30 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. in the Center for Arts and Performance. Awards will be presented at the event. During the reception, you're invited to visit the newly remodeled Schlueter Art Gallery, which is being used as an Art Department classroom this fall.
ELIGIBILITY: The exhibition is open to ALL Wisconsin Lutheran College students. Artwork must not have been previously exhibited at WLC. All submitted artwork must be labeled with the artist's name, artwork title, and media. Artwork should be dropped off in the printmaking studio on October 26 (3:00-7:00 p.m.) or October 27 (4:00-8:00 p.m.) Please contact Prof. Gjerdset if you have questions.
- COVID: Submit an artwork you created during stay-at-home/quarantine this year (so anything you made from March until now). One entry per student. Your artwork could be a photo of an artwork you created.
- MEMORIES: Submit your best, artsy photos you took during stay-at-home/quarantine. Photos must be printed. Three entries per student maximum.
- MASK DESIGN: Design a mask on one of the mask shape coloring book style drawing pages. Any media and idea is allowed, except no political party and no copyrighted image masks. You can also make your own mask (knitted or sewn, painting of mask, etc.). No entry limit.
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Center for Arts and Performance
8815 W. Wisconsin Avenue