Entry begins: May 1, 2021
Entries due: June 20, 2021
Notification of accepted works: early July
Shipping due on campus: August 13
Exhibition opening: August 31 (First full day of fall classes)
Homecoming weekend: October 8-10
Closing reception: Saturday, October 9, 7-9pm
Exhibition closes: October 9
Artists may pick up work after closing reception, 9pm Sat Oct 9th. Otherwise work will be return shipped.
Return of shipped work: October 11-14
Anne Greeley is Associate Professor of Art History and Chair of the Division of Art + Design at Indiana Wesleyan University. Her research centers on French and Italian art of the early twentieth century and explores the intersections of philosophy and religion with modernist painting. She has presented her work both nationally and internationally, and has been published in The Burlington Magazine, Source, California Italian Studies, Italica, and Metaphysical Art, among other academic journals.
All Taylor University Alumni are welcome and encouraged to apply. Work must be made in the last 5 years, and may not have been exhibited previously at Taylor.
All works are to be received by August 6th. Mail artworks to:
Attn: Art Department
236 West Reade Avenue
Upland, IN 46989
Work that is shipped must arrive in a reusable container including a prepaid computer-generated UPS or FEDEX return shipping label. The artist is responsible for all shipping costs, including return shipping.
Artists have the option to pick up work after closing reception, 9pm Sat Oct 9th. Otherwise work will be return shipped.
All two-dimensional work must be wired, labeled, and ready to hang. All three-dimensional work must not exceed 75 pounds and needs to fit through gallery double-doors. Please include any installation instructions needed along with the work. Regarding digital work, artists have the option to display their work looping on a monitor along with other accepted work. In such a case, if artwork is selected, you will be contacted for high-resolution images and/or video.
All possible care will be taken to guarantee safety of work. Metcalf Gallery’s insurance will cover work ONLY while it is hanging in the gallery. The gallery will not bear liability for any loss or damage while in transit.