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48th Annual Utah All-State High School Art Show

Please read every part of this form carefully before submitting.

Submitting this form only enters the information for each artwork into our system.

To be officially entered into the 48th Annual Utah All-State High School Art Show, artwork MUST be physically brought to the Springville Museum of Art January 22 between 10am-7pm or Jan 23-25, 2020 between 10am-4pm by a public high school art teacher. Artwork will be juried by a qualified panel of judges, and a list of accepted artwork will be posted on www.smofa.org by Friday January 31, 2020. 

In addition to this entry information, an entry card must be attached to the back of each work. Entry cards may be downloaded on www.smofa.org.

Works not accepted into the show may be picked up by teachers Tuesday-Friday 10am-5pm after February 8, 2020.  All work may be picked up from the Museum from Saturday, March 21 - Friday March 27, 2020 during Museum hours. No artwork accepted for exhibition will be released from the Museum before March 21, 2020. Failure to pick up work by Friday March 27, 2020  may result in the reduction of bonus entries the following year for the school. If students would like to pick up their own artwork they need to make an appointment with Museum staff by emailing hbarrett@springville.org.

Each school has a limited number of entries. Before entering the All-State High School Show, speak to your local art teacher regarding entry allotments. Home school students must coordinate with, and enter their work, under a Utah public, private, or charter High School.

If you have any questions about the 48th Annual Utah All-State High School Art Show, contact Jordan Hansen at Jhansen@springville.org or 801-491-5713. 

Artist Information
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Would you like your artwork to be considered for the 2020-2021 traveling exhibition with the Utah Division of Arts and Museums? If selected your piece will be shown at multiple venues throughout the state during the 2020-2021 school year.
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Would you like your artwork to be considered for temporary display at the Utah State Board of Education offices? If selected your piece will be shown for one year at the USBE offices in Salt Lake City.
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First Entry Information
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Describe your media
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(in inches, number only)
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(if a 3D work, in inches)
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If work is not for sale, type "NFS." Works for sale will include a 30% commission, please consider this when calculating the price of your work

please upload an image of your work if possible
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(I.E. personal photograph; URL for photograph found on internet, etc.)

The Utah State Board of Education and the StateWide Art Partnership request that students include an Artist's Statement about their work with each entry submitted. (25 words minimum, 95 words maximum). We recommend copying and pasting the artist statement into a word document so you can access it later in order to put a copy on the back of your artwork. Only statements submitted here will be included on labels. Statements attached to the back of artwork will be used in the jury process.
In addition to this entry information, an entry card must be attached to the back of each work. Entry cards may be downloaded on www.smofa.org.
Second Entry Information
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Describe your media below.
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(in inches, number only)
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(in inches, number only)

(if a 3D work, in inches)
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If work is not for sale, type "NFS." Works for sale will include a 30% commission, please consider this when calculating the price of your work

please upload an image of your work if possible
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(I.E. personal photograph; URL for photograph found on internet, etc.)

The Utah State Board of Education and the StateWide Art Partnership request that students include an Artist's Statement about their work with each entry submitted. (25 words minimum, 95 words maximum). We recommend copying and pasting the artist statement into a word document so you can access it later in order to put a copy on the back of your artwork. Only statements submitted here will be included on labels. Statements attached to the back of artwork will be used in the jury process.
In addition to this entry information, an entry card must be attached to the back of each work. Entry cards may be downloaded on www.smofa.org.
Insurance Release Agreement

By submitting the above named artwork(s) to the Springville Museum of Art (SMA) the undersigned warrants that they are the owner of the artwork(s) or are the representative of the owner and have the authority to enter into this agreement. To the extent that the artwork(s) is covered by insurance provided by SMA the undersigned agrees that the insurance coverage available will only be for the “fair market value” of the artwork(s) and compensation for damage will not exceed the fair market value of the artwork(s). Frames and pedestals will not be insured for damage. The undersigned acknowledges that, if the artwork(s) submitted for exhibition to SMA fits within the category of works deemed “high risk,” the artwork(s) will not be insured. In no case whatsoever shall SMA or Springville City be held liable or responsible for any damages to high risk art, as defined below.  The undersigned acknowledges that they have read the below high risk art definition.

• Paintings that are still wet or soft beneath the paint skin

• Any unframed works of art or works of art whose surface extends beyond and in front of the frame

• Works of art with previous condition problems

• Particularly fragile artworks, mixed media, installation, multi-part, multi-part or assemblage works, glass, ceramic, plaster, exposed paper, etc.

• Poorly prepared pieces and frames (faulty wires, screw eyes, clips, etc.)

• Works of art behind regular silica glass (Pastels may be behind silica glass and be insured. Other works must be behind Plexiglas.)

• Artworks with exposed backs or simple paper backing (To be insured, works of art on canvas must have the back of the stretcher-bar

covered by cardboard, foam core, etc., to protect the canvas.)

• Artwork that requires special handling provisions

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Liability Waiver

SMA and Springville City shall not be liable for any loss or damage caused by any event or circumstance beyond its reasonable control (such as extreme weather conditions, the actions of third parties or any defect in any part of an artist’s artwork); this extends to loss or damage to any artwork, sculpture, equipment or other goods left with SMA or Springville City for display or storage purposes, and harm to persons entering the Premises and/or using any facilities. 

The undersigned artist agrees to assume all liability for any and all loss or damage caused by the artist, and the artist’s artwork, sculptures or equipment.  The artist expressly waives any and all claims or causes of action that he or she has or may have in the future against SMA and Springville City arising from or in connection with the exhibition that are not covered by SMA or Springville City’s insurance coverage.

The artist acknowledges and agrees that there are risks attached to the handling, security, and care of the artwork(s) exhibited at SMA, and the undersigned artist shall defend, protect, indemnify and hold harmless SMA and Springville City, their respective officers, members, employees, volunteers and agents from and against any and all claims, damages, expenses, injuries, liabilities, and causes of action arising from or in connection with the handling, security, and care of the artist’s artwork(s) by SMA and Springville City that are not covered by SMA or Springville City’s insurance coverage. 

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Media and Copyright Agreement

The undersigned agrees that works submitted may be used for Museum publicity and/or Museum publications. The undersigned grants to the Museum, as of the date written below, a non-exclusive license (the “License”) to reproduce the Work, for the life of its copyright and any renewals or extensions thereof, in any media whether now known or invented after the date hereof (all reproduction, the “Images”), and to display, transmit, publish, distribute, prepare, derivative works of and otherwise use the Images throughout the world as follows:

  1. in educational and promotional materials related to the Museum’s exhibitions and programs (including for example, posters, postcards, teaching materials, web sites, social networks, catalogues, and similar publications, some of which may be offered through Museum’s stores); and
  2. in  publicity and informational materials about the Museum’s exhibitions and programs (including, for example, press releases, web sites, social networks, annual reports, promotional flyers, email, posters or films, and membership solicitations)

Artist agrees to indemnify, defend and hold harmless SMA and Springville City, along with all of SMA and Springville City’s officials, employees, agents and volunteers, from any and all claims, losses, damages, expenses (including, but not limited to, attorney’s fees and expenses) and liabilities arising from any individual, institution, entity or other person claiming full or partial title or copyright to the Artwork.

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Original/Adapted Artwork Certification
I certify that the artwork(s) submitted to the All-State High School Art Show qualify as either an Original Artwork or an Adapted Concept, based on the definitions in this form. I verify that I understand that no Copy Work will be accepted into the Exhibition, and understand that I must provide the sources of the image.
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I certify that my artwork fits the definition of "original art" or "adapted concept" and is not copy work.
Art Purchases and Sales
The artist understands that SMA retains a 30% commission on all art sales during the exhibition. Listed price includes frames, pedestals, or any other accessory that is brought to the museum with the work.
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By entering your signature below, you certify that all of the information contained on this form is true and correct to the best of your knowledge.
Final Notes

By clicking "submit" you are NOT officially entering the exhibition, you are merely entering your information into our system.

To be officially entered into the 48th Annual Utah All-State High School Art Show, artwork MUST be physically brought to the Springville Museum of Art January 22-25, 2020 by a public high school art teacher. Artwork will be juried by a qualified panel of judges, and a list of accepted artwork will be posted on www.smofa.org by January 31, 2020. 

In addition to this entry information, an entry card must be attached to the back of each work. Entry cards may be downloaded on www.smofa.org.

Each school has a limited number of entries. Before entering the All-State High School Show, speak to your local art teacher regarding entry allotments.

All participants, teachers and family members are invited to attend a public Opening Reception on February 8, 2020 from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

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