Welcome! Below you will see all of our current opportunities. 

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If you are submitting a work of art to the 2022-23 Exhibition of SUNY Art at the SUNY Rockefeller Institute, you must sign the downloadable SUNY Art Legal Agreement and the Campus Permission Form to submit with the following registration form:   



IMPORTANT GUIDELINES:
This exhibition will be curated with the theme of "Peace of Wild Things" - taken from the title of a poem by Wendell Berry.

Peace of Wild Things

When despair for the world grows in me
and I wake in the night at the least sound
in fear of what my life and my children’s lives may be,
I go and lie down where the wood drake
rests in his beauty on the water, and the great heron feeds.
I come into the peace of wild things
who do not tax their lives with forethought
of grief. I come into the presence of still water.
And I feel above me the day-blind stars
waiting with their light. For a time
I rest in the grace of the world, and am free.

All pieces submitted for consideration should address how your piece aligns with this theme and the idea of curative powers of being in natural surroundings. Please plan to address this in your BRIEF statement about the piece.

  • This exhibition is open to faculty and students, but please note that pieces must be valued at less than $1200. We will accept sculptural and 2-dimensional visual art forms.
  • A separate form is required for each work submitted.
  • The deadline for submission of this application is October 19, 2022.  All art must be complete and ready to hang when delivered.
  • The exhibition will run for one year, so please be prepared to have your art on exhibit for a full year. 
  • At the end of the show you will be notified with instructions on retrieving your artwork.



  • Contact: Chloejean.Tedford@suny.edu with logistical questions.

If you are contributing a work of art to the SUNY Global Abstraction show, you must sign the downloadable SUNY Art Legal Agreement and Permission Form and the Campus Permission Form to submit with the following registration form:   

IMPORTANT GUIDELINES:

  • A separate form is required for each work submitted.
  • The deadline for submission of this application is October 19, 2022.
  • We will accept 2-dimensional visual art forms, only.  All pieces must be complete and ready to hang when delivered.
  • All works selected for this exhibition must be delivered to the H. Carl McCall SUNY Building in November 2022.  Special arrangements for pick up may be requested for schools en route from Albany to NYC.  
  • The SUNY Global Abstraction show will run for one year, beginning in February 2023, so please be prepared to have your art on exhibit until February 2024.
  • At the end of the show you will be notified with instructions on retrieving your artwork.
  • Contact: Chloejean.Tedford@suny.edu with logistical questions.

2022-23 SUNY Student Art Exhibition in the H. Carl McCall SUNY Building at SUNY Plaza in Albany.  
Best of SUNY: Three pieces will be selected as Best of SUNY, an honor which comes with an award of $1,000. Four pieces will be selected for Honorable Mention and an award of $500.
If you are submitting a work of art, you must sign the downloadable SUNY Art Legal Form and Permission Form and the Campus Permission Form to submit with the following application.

IMPORTANT GUIDELINES:


  • The Submission deadline for this application is October 19, 2022.
  • Students must submit their own application.
  • A separate application is required for each work submitted.
  • Although there is no limit to the number of submissions, up to ten works will be accepted from a single campus. We will accept sculpture and 2-dimensional visual art forms.
  •  Submission of art pieces requiring extensive assembly will not be accepted, and all art must be complete and ready to install when delivered.
  • This exhibition is open to registered SUNY students with faculty approval.
  • If your work is selected for this exhibition, Chloejean Tedford (Chloejean.Tedford@suny.edu) will follow up with your campus instructors with logistics and instructions for dropping off your artwork.  Installation will occur near the end of November.
  • The  SUNY Student Exhibition will run for one year, so please be prepared to have your art on exhibit for a full year. 
  • At the end of the show, you will be notified with instructions for retrieving your artwork.
  • Student artists, families, friends and faculty will be invited to attend the Best of SUNY Awards Ceremony in June 2023.
  • Please be aware that, if selected, a photo of your work and your artist statement may be featured in a virtual gallery guide or in other SUNY communications.
  • Contact: Chloejean.Tedford@suny.edu with logistical questions.

2022-23 Chancellor's Gallery is located on the 4th floor of the H. Carl McCall SUNY Building at SUNY Plaza in Albany.  
This exhibition is open to both SUNY students and faculty.  This gallery will be seen by senior leaders across the system in New York State and therefore pieces selected for this gallery will be curated with that in mind.
If you are submitting a work of art, you must sign the downloadable SUNY Art Legal Agreement and Permission Form and the Campus Permission Form to submit with the following application.

IMPORTANT GUIDELINES:
The Submission deadline for this application is October 19, 2022.

  • Students must submit their own application. This exhibition is open to registered SUNY students with faculty approval. We will accept 2-dimensional art forms, no sculpture.
  • A separate application is required for each work submitted.
  • Students and faculty are advised to limit the number of submissions to five or fewer. 
  • All art must be complete and ready to hang when delivered.
  • If your work is selected for this exhibition, Chloejean Tedford (Chloejean.Tedford@suny.edu) will follow up with instructions for dropping off your artwork.  Installation will occur near the end of November.
  • The  SUNY Student Exhibition will run for one year, so please be prepared to have your art on exhibit for a full year. 
  • At the end of the show, you will be notified with instructions for retrieving your artwork.
  • Please be aware that, if selected, a photo of your work and your artist statement may be featured in a virtual gallery guide or in other SUNY communications.
  • Contact: Chloejean.Tedford@suny.edu with logistical questions.
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