Each year IAEA celebrates its members as artists as well as teachers in the Member Show. Members have the opportunity to have their artwork displayed at the IAEA conference via an Electronic Gallery and, new this year, a Pop Up Exhibition. Members can submit 1 – 3 pieces of art completed within the past three years to exhibitions@ILAEA.org, by October 3, 2016. Artists will be notified vie email if their work has been selected. Good luck & I am looking forward to seeing every ones creations!
Guidelines for Entries
- Submitting teachers must be current members of IAEA and membership must remain current through the following year
- Work is submitted by in a .jpg format by email to exhibition@ILAE.org
- Teachers may submit 1 to 3 pieces of original work completed within the past three years for the digital show as well as 1 piece of work displayed in a Pop Up Show at the conference.
- Work may be in any media as long as it is original and not copied from any published source.
- All artwork must be named with the artist last name than first name and number of entry. I.e. Gina szulkowski piece #1 file would be named SzulkowskiGina01.jpg.
- Works in past shows are not eligible.
- Teacher will be notified vie email if their work has been selected for the digital and/or Pop Up members show 14 days before the conference.
- Art work for the Pop Up Show must be delivered to on first day of Conference.
- Art work in the Pop Up Show must be picked up the day after the Show.
- There is a $10 entry fee
- Deadline to submit art is October 3, 2016
If you have any questions regarding the show, feel free to email exhibitions@ILEA.org.
Congratulations to our 2015 IAEA Member Show artists:
- Elizabeth Dzuricsko
- Stacey Gross
- Tammy Kordik
- Gabriel Mejia
- Karyl Silerzio
- Nancy Staszak
- Gina Szulkowski
- Jeanette Thompson
- Michelle Williams
Thanks to Evan Plummer, Exhibitions Coordinator and Show organizer, for his work on the 2015 show.
Information about the 2016 IAEA Member Show will be posted on this page on the website in early 2016 and in the winter 2016 IAEA Mosaic issue. Start working on your entries now for the 2016 show!