2015 KAEA Fall Conference

Members' Only Digital Exhibit

KAEA as a professional organization values the commitment art teachers have to keeping themselves active and growing as artists. We know that students benefit from learning from a teacher that is still actively engaged in the creative process themselves. We encourage members to submit artwork for the KAEA Members Only Digital Exhibit. The exhibition will be judged in three categories with the top award in each category being Best of Category and two Honorable Mentions.
This year the KAEA Members Only Digital Exhibit will be viewed in the Overman Student Center at Pittsburg State University before the awards banquet Friday, October 9th from 4:30pm - 5:30pm and awards presented on Saturday, October 10th at noon at the Student Union.

Requirements for e-Exhibit submissions:
# of Entries: Two per person
Format: JPG or PDF
Size: 1024x768 (13.65”x10.24”) @72ppi - file size not to exceed 3 MG
Name: Category (2D, 3D or DM) - Last Name, First Name, Entry # (1 or 2)Example: Jane Smith has two entries – one drawing and one digital photo.
2DSmithJane1.jpg
DMSmithJane2.jpg

ALL ENTRIES SHOULD BE EMAILED TO RHONA MCBAIN at rshand@pittstate.edu
Type “KAEA Digital Exhibit” in the subject
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION IS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2nd

Category Descriptions:
2D - Drawing, Painting, Prints, Analog Photography
3D – Stuff that’s not flat!
DM (Digital Media) – Digital Drawing, Digital Imaging, Digital Photography

Judging by Rhona McBain -
Currently, Rhona is an Associate Professor of Art at Pittsburg State University, where she teaches digital imaging, photography and illustration. Rhona's artworks have been widely exhibited across the US. Her images have also been included in select exhibitions by jurors such as - Richard S. Field, Curator Emeritus of Prints and Drawings, Yale University Art Gallery and Craig Houser, Assistant Curator Guggenheim Museum, NYC. Her work has been written about and published in numerous publications, including Polaroid P26 and Rangefinder magazines. Her artist monograph, "Emergent Evolution", was released in August 2006 (published by Booksmart Studio). In 2007, Rhona received the Bruce Fraser Photoshop World Memorial Scholarship, which recognized her contributions to digital education, presented by the National Association of Photoshop Professionals and nominated by the AdobeEvangelist, Julieanne Kost.

Awards: Best of Category and two Honorable Mentions in each category

Chairs: Chris Woods, Rhona McBain, and Josie Mai
Contact: cwoods@uniontown235.org

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