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Black, White and Gray: A Spectrum of Views on Integration

Please enter your personal information. If you have any questions, e-mail cegallery@txstate.edu to contact Billi London-Gray, curator of the Gallery of the Common Experience. To return to the Call for Entries, click here.

The deadline to submit entries online for this exhibition is 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, August 21, 2014.

Artists may submit works in person on Friday, August 22, at two locations:

  • 1-4 p.m. at the gallery (Lampasas 407 on the Texas State campus)
  • 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Zosima Gallery (1203 Haynes Street in San Marcos)

The exhibition will be on display at Texas State University from August 25 to December 10, 2014.



Submission Guidelines

You may submit up to three works. There is no entry fee. Each work MUST be accompanied by a statement to be considered.

Each explanatory statement should shed light on how you express specific emotions through the aesthetic elements of the portrait. Statements could include details such as the meanings of symbols, tones, hues, textures or forms used in the composition. You might also discuss the pose, expression, dress or background story of your subject. Statements don’t need to be long but they should explain to a general audience why you made certain artistic choices to express certain emotional or psychological states.

For additional details, please refer to the Call for Entries.





I affirm that the work I am submitting is my own; in the case of collaborative work, I have clearly identified my collaborators in the "Media Used" or "Explanatory Statement" sections. I understand that, if selected, it is my responsibility to ship/deliver my work on time to the Gallery of the Common Experience and to pay for return shipping or pick up my work at the conclusion of the exhibition. I give my consent for images of my work to be used online and in print for documentation and promotion of the exhibition and the Gallery of the Common Experience.