Robert F. DeCaprio Art Gallery, MV
April 25-May 18
Reception: April 26, 2:30-4 p.m., Awards at 3 p.m.
The juried selection of student work from Moraine Valley Community College students shows the college’s emerging artistic talents. This exhibition features work from across many media, including painting, drawing, photography, ceramics, sculpture, printmaking, and design. The atrium exhibition includes these student artworks, as well as designs for the exhibition poster and postcards competition.
Robert F. DeCaprio Art Gallery
Fine and Performing Arts Center
Moraine Valley Community College
9000 W. College Pkwy.
Palos Hills, IL 60465-2478
Pantone: Little Boy Blue Exhibition
April 12 - May 4, 2018
Reception: April 14, 1 - 3p
Pantone: Little Boy Blue invites all artists to create works of art that are predominantly the color, Little Boy Blue. This open call welcomes artists of all levels and mediums. This exhibit is a fundraiser for the gallery and an opportunity to bring together artists who have and have not shown at USG. The exact color was selected through online vote based on colors from the Pantone Spring Color Forecast. You can visit Pantone’s website for more information. The name of the color is Little Boy Blue, which will produce four swatches. Pantone 16-4132 TCX is the exact one we are sharing the RGB information on, which is 110 162 213. We know everyone’s screens are slightly different and not all calibrated the same. Please try to be as close to the selected color as possible.
You work should be predominantly this color. That statement is up for interpretation, but we have some suggestions. If you have a large focal point, you could make it Little Boy Blue. You could use values of Little Boy Blue for an entire work. This color needs to stand out in your work. Click HERE to see a promo with the color.
Union Street Gallery
1527 Otto Blvd, Chicago Heights, IL 60411
WHAT'S YOUR VISION?
DESIGN THE OFFICIAL POSTER FOR THE 54TH CHICAGO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
Winning Designer to Receive $2,500 USD Cash Prize
CHICAGO - Cinema/Chicago announced today
it is accepting submissions for the 54th Chicago International Film Festival poster design competition.
The annual competition seeks out a unique poster to serve as the key image for the Festival taking place October 10-21, 2018. Designs will be reviewed by a select panel of Festival officials and the winning designer will receive a $2,500 USD cash prize and the distinction of having created the Festival's signature look. Entries must be submitted by June 1, 2018 at 11:59 p.m. CST. Late entries will not be accepted.
Poster submissions should convey the experience of the Festival and be designed with the tagline "Everybody Loves Movies." Submissions require a $25 entry fee and should conform to Cinema/Chicago's design and submission guidelines outlined below.
Before submitting, designers should read the Designer Agreement found here and review the complete rules and details found here.
The Chicago International Film Festival is North America's oldest competitive film festival. Seeking out the best in international cinema, the Festival has discovered new talents and opened windows to a world of film previously or otherwise unavailable in Chicago. This year the 54th Chicago International Film Festival will take place October 10 - 21, 2018.
Cinema/Chicago, the presenting organization of the Chicago International Film Festival, is a year-round nonprofit arts and education organization dedicated to fostering better communication between people of diverse cultures through the art of film and the moving image. Cinema/Chicago's programs include: Chicago International Film Festival, CineYouth Festival, International Screenings Program, Chicago International Television Festival, and year-round Education Programs. Celebrating its 54th edition, the Chicago International Film Festival is North America's longest-running competitive film festival and will take place October 10-21, 2018.
April / May, 2018
SXU Senior Art and Design students will unveil year-long projects, the visual result of their capstone exploration of a thesis of their choice, in a media of their choice. Exhibition planning and installation in the SXU Gallery provides the Seniors with a true-to-life professional career experience, while culminating their academic Art and Design studies at SXU.
Exact dates, student names, images of their work to come.
SXU Art Gallery
L-114 of the Warde Academic Center
3700 W. 103rd Street
Chicago, IL 60655