We invite you to participate in our 24th Annual Colors of Long Island student art exhibition, on view from February 17 through April 8, 2023
Teacher Registration available below from November 16, 2022 through January 11, 2023
- We will be accepting only two pieces of student work per school.
- You may choose to submit one group project in lieu of individual pieces. Group projects will be limited to one per school, with a maximum of 30 students participating. The students should all contribute to one finished, cohesive piece. (Group projects are not meant to be individual artworks mounted as one.) Group Projects are still subject to size limitations below.
- Works may be in any medium and may be no larger than 36” in any one direction. We regret that anything larger will not be accepted.
- Please submit only one registration per school. Coordinate your efforts with any other teacher(s) in your building who may want to submit an entry, as no exceptions will be made for additional entries. We are only able to accept two individual student pieces or one group piece, regardless of the number of teachers at a school.
- All art should be ready to hang/install by the Long Island Museum. Please note that paper-mounted works will be stapled to gallery walls; all other hanging items should have appropriate mounting hooks, hardware and/or wire attached. We cannot accept works with self-adhesive mounting hooks, as they fall from the gallery walls.
- Registration is a one-step process. Please have all your information ready to input at the time that you register. This will include the names of teachers, students and all artwork information. The wording you submit is what LIM will use to create the wall label that corresponds with your student(s) work.
- Please fill out ONLY ONE registration form per school:
- Either the Individual Student(s) Registration Form
(for those schools submitting 1 or 2 individual students pieces).
- OR the Group Project Registration Form
(for those schools submitting one group project in lieu of individual pieces).
- You will receive a short confirmation email at the email address you provided when you have successfully submitted your form. After we have reviewed your information we will send a lengthier email outlining the next steps for submission of artwork.
- These forms will be available during the registration period only:
November 16, 2022 through January 12, 2023.
LINK TO INDIVIDUAL REGISTRATION FORM:
LINK TO GROUP PROJECT REGISTRATION FORM:
- After reviewing your information we will send you a confirmation email with a blank artwork label for you to fill out, print and attach to the back of your student pieces. Please DO NOT label the FRONT of your students’ artwork. We will be printing and mounting gallery labels that will be installed on the walls with your student work. If you are unable to print the back-of-artwork label we send, please label the back of each submitted piece clearly with the following information:
- School name
- Teacher name
- Student name
- Artwork title
- Please note the directionality of the artwork on the back label or somewhere on the back of each piece.
- Shipped artworks must be received byJanuary 31, 2023.
Long Island Museum
1200 Route 25A
Stony Brook, NY 11790
- Hand-delivered art may be dropped off at the Visitors Center only on the following days and times. We will email you a link a few weeks before drop off so that you can register for a time slot to bring your artwork. If you are dropping off for multiple schools or buildings, please choose two consecutive time slots during the sign-up process and indicate which schools you are dropping for.
- Sunday February 5th, from 11 to 5:30 p.m. – timed entry signup shared after registration.
- Monday February 6th, from 11 to 5:30 p.m. – timed entry signup shared after registration.
- Artwork will not be accepted after these dates.
- In lieu of receptions for this year’s exhibition, each of your students will be given an admission pass that will allow them to visit the exhibition & museum, along with four guests, free of charge. Students will be able to visit as many times as they like while the exhibition is on view. The museum always extends free admission to teachers and school staff from exhibiting schools; you may receive free admission during the exhibition’s run by showing your school ID.
- If you would like to have the art mailed back to you, you must include a pre-paid return postage label as well as appropriate packaging. Please have the box/artwork weighed and include enough postage. We regret that we cannot accept checks or cash for postage.
- Artwork not mailed back must be picked up by a teacher or knowledgeable representative at the Visitors Center on the following days and times:
- Thursday April 13, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- Saturday April 15, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Artwork cannot be picked up before the pick-up dates. We also cannot hold your artwork past these dates.
We look forward to working with you to create another wonderful exhibition.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (631) 751-0066 x212 or 283 if you have further questions.
Exhibition funding provided, in part, by:
New York Community Bank Foundation
New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature
The Peter & Barbara Ferentinos Family Endowment
Robert W. Baird Incorporated