Its that time again to get the word out about the UW-Superiors
American Indian Art Scholarship Exhibit.
Attached is a form that has ALL the submission rules and regulations for
the 2010 Show but I will include some of the pertinent information in
the body of this message. 2010 AIASE
This exhibit was created in 1995 as an event to highlight the artistic
talents of American Indian youth in an exhibit that also showcased professional
prominent American Indian artists in one exhibit. This annual exhibit
has proven to be a successful recruitment tool for this university in
connecting American Indian high school students (and their families) to
this university. This is an essential diverse program, on our campus and
in our community, that encourages respect and a cultural understanding
of the American Indian community.
In the 2009 Exhibit, we had 17 Professional Native Artists and 43 Native
High School Student Artists that exhibited in the show. The high school
student who places first in the high school competition wins a $1,000.00
scholarship to attend UW-Superior. Brad Barney, a Fond du Lac Ojibwe student
and currently a Senior at Al-Brook High School (Sawyer, MN) took the first
place honor in the last exhibit with his woodcut. To clarify, ONLY the
high school student work is juried for placement in a competition. The
professional artists entries are juried to be accepted into the show and
then the accepted works are placed in the show with no further jurying
- February 11
Entry Submission Postmark Deadline
- February 16
Notification of Accepted Works
- March 22, 23,
24 & 25 - Delivery of Accepted Works
- April 7
- April 28
Art Workshop with 2010 Featured Artist Jonathan Thunder / Art Market
/ Closing Artists Reception / Exhibit Closes / Entries Returned
Jonathan Thunder, an enrolled member of the Red Lake Nation, is a Painter
and Digital Media artist who currently resides in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
His work has been featured in this exhibit for the past 3 years. He has
attended the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa, Fe and graduated
from the Arts Institutes International Minnesota in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
His works have been featured in many state, regional and national exhibitions
and in publications. To view his work and his extended bio you can view
his website at http://homepage.mac.com/jonthunder.
- Must be American
Indian/First Nation, 18 years of age or older and reside in the U.S.
- Entries must be
originals and produced without the supervision of an instructor
- Entries must not
exceed 6 ft X 6 ft or over 50 lbs
- All mediums accepted
and 4 entries can be submitted
- Entries will be
juried by the Shows committee from slides, internet submittal
(jpgs) or photographs
- Artists cant
substitute another work for an accepted work. Accepted entries will
be the only accepted entries for show.
- The committee
has the right to refuse any work that doesnt comply to the submission
requirements or meet the size requirement
Send Entries to:
Ivy Vainio at email@example.com
or mailing address: UW-Superior, Main 230 PO Box 2000, Superior,
WI 54880 by the deadline date of January 11, 2010 (entry postmark deadline).
Please contact me at 715-394-8415 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also inquire about how Native high school students can submit their works!
Multicultural Student Support Services
Office of Multicultural Affairs
University of Wisconsin-Superior