The Baccalaureate Exhibition, housed in the San Francisco Campus Center Galleries, provides an exciting culmination of your art and design education. The exhibition is a terrific way to share your creative accomplishments with family, friends and the larger Bay Area arts community.
Given the scope of the exhibition, the Undergraduate Exhibitions program will make all decisions regarding placement of works. Be sure your work is completely prepared for us to install and that you have included any installation directions and special hardware when you deliver your work. Given the number of students participating in the exhibition we will not be able to arrange for individual installation appointments for you to install your own work.
Please plan to exhibit a single work and not an entire portfolio or series. Additionally, given the exhibition’s space and installation time constraints, not all types of work can be accommodated; pieces may be deemed too large or too difficult to install. Your exhibition application must include information on the specific piece you wish to exhibit. However, submitting the participation form does not guarantee you the opportunity to exhibit a particular work in the exhibition. The Undergraduate Exhibitions program will review the information and contact you closer to the exhibition if we have questions about the piece you request to exhibit.
You will need to deliver your artwork to the SF Campus Center Galleries at one of the following times:
Tuesday, May 5th, 2 pm - 6 pm
Wednesday, May 6th, 10 am - 6 pm
Thursday, May 7th, 10 am - 6 pm.
We are unable to accept work in alternate locations or outside the times listed above.
The exhibition is currently slated to be open for public viewing from the evening of Thursday, May 14- Saturday, May 23, 2015
Work pick up is scheduled on Monday, May 25 from 9 am - 6 pm and on Tuesday, May 26th from 10 am - 6 pm. You may not remove your work from the exhibition before 9 am on Monday, May 25 and work may not be stored on campus after 6 pm on May 26. Participation in the exhibition requires that you leave your work on display for the duration of the public exhibition times and be able to come pick up your work at the designated time.
***A special note for students graduating in Architecture and Interior Design, please contact Jen Sikora regarding participation in the Arch. & Interior Design end of the year exhibition.***
Please contact us if you have questions related to the Baccalaureate Exhibition:
Susan Sobeloff, Director, Undergraduate Exhibitions
Mark Blatnik, Exhibitions Manager
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