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Lesson Plans


Re: juried student exhibits again

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R.E.William Loring (bcloring)
Mon, 30 Nov 1998 18:28:17 -0800


In our high schools we have end of the year exhibitions, any student who
wishes can submit work...the senior studio kids show their portfolios and
the writing they have done and the other students present their best
efforts. We have a regional juried show, a state juried show, a communi;ty
college nearby has a juried invitational and the Western Washington State
Fair has a huge juried show. The students who wish can be adjudicated. The
students who don't enter the juried shows still feel comfortable doing the
spring exhibition....I like the fact that the option is there for those that
are competitive and serious and the shy or insecure students still feel good
about showing their work in a non-threatening (to some of them) venue. Are
there options outside your school for serious students to seek the juried
experience?
-----Original Message-----
From: kenh <kenh>
To: artsednet-digest.edu
<artsednet-digest.edu>
Date: Monday, November 30, 1998 4:28 PM
Subject: juried student exhibits again

>I'm still looking for good reasons (educationally sound ones) for holding
>juried exhibits for secondary art students. I'm aware of alot of cons; what
>I need is some pros.
>