Updated: Mar 21
Enter up to 3 pieces into our exhibition! Awards totaling $1450!
Spring is a new beginning, and what better way to welcome the change of seasons than to fill our gallery with art! Entries for our Annual Spring Members’ Exhibition will be received on Thursday April 14 from 2pm to 6pm. The first 100 entries in the door will be accepted. We are increasing the number of entries from 2 to 3 per artist.
Awards will be for first, second, and third place in both professional and non-professional categories along with the Doris Cohen Memorial Pastel Award. This year we will be offering a best of show award for all categories! We are also pleased to announce a new award, the Judy Grupp award for the best colored pencil work! So get your colored pencils out and create something to display!
Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 10am – 3pm and Sunday 2pm-4pm.
Scheduled to run concurrently in the Sally Little Danyo Member's Sales Gallery will be artist, MICHAEL BROTHERS.
Click to view and print out an INTAKE FORM to enter this exhibition. Please read the Submission Guidelines for the exhibition, as they address many common questions we receive regarding your entry into the show.
Dr. Pamela Hemzik, professor of art at York College will be the judge.
Pamela Hemzik received a B.A. in Art History and Studio Art from State University College of Arts and Sciences at Geneseo, NY, an M.A. in Art History from Binghamton University and a Ph.D. in Art History from Penn State University. Her research interests focus on the intersection of art and spirituality, a topic she first explored in her dissertation on French illuminated manuscripts and the practice of lay piety in the late Middle Ages. Recently she has extended her interest in this subject to the study of the spiritual in modernist painting and contemporary art. She has lectured extensively on many topics in the visual arts and is past director of the York College Galleries. Dr. Hemzik teaches Early Modern Art, Postmodern Art, History of Photography, as well as the art program’s professional practice course for Fine Art majors at York College of Pennsylvania.