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Spring Juried Student Exhibition 2021

April 17 - May 21, 2021

The Yavapai College Prescott Art Gallery presents the Spring Juried Student Exhibition. The virtual exhibition provides Yavapai College students with the opportunity to experience the submission and jury process and to present their artwork on the Yavapai College Prescott Art Gallery website, while receiving recognition for their accomplishments from professionals in the field.


If you have been recognized by an authority as a practicing artist (participated in national or regional juried shows, received national or regional awards, are in a permanent public collection, or have gallery sales) please enter the professional category, otherwise we would consider you an emerging artist.

Original artwork created in the Art Department by YC Art students that were previously enrolled or are currently enrolled in credit and non-credit classes, during the Spring 2020, Summer 2020, Fall 2020,
or Spring 2021, may submit up to two entries for consideration. Artwork previously submitted but not exhibited may be resubmitted.

Covid-19: The gallery is currently closed to visitors. Updates will be posted on the HOME page. During the low risk alerts, the gallery will most likely be open during normal gallery hours Tuesday - Saturday, 10am - 3pm.


The gallery will not be hosting opening receptions, nor the 4th Friday Art walk until further notice. Exhibits will be posted online.

Spring Juried Student Exhibition

April 17 - May 21, 2021

Exhibit Dates: April 17 - May 21, 2021

Awards Posted Online: Friday, April 23

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Juror Ellen Greenblum

M.F.A, M. Ed, B.F.A

Ellen Greenblum has an eclectic background as a teacher and an artist. She has been teaching in a myriad of settings since 1978. Ellen has been with Prescott College since 1996, teaching within the fields of arts and cultural studies and the humanities.
As an artist, Ellen has worked in a variety of media from metal sculpture to fiber arts, mixed media paintings and currently is enthusiastic about her collaborative work engaging the public as part of her artistic practice.
Ellen has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Massachusetts College of Art. She has a Master of Education degree from Antioch College and a Master of Fine Arts degree from Goddard College, where she focused her studies on ritual art, mixed media painting, and socially engaged art practice.
She has exhibited work in all of the cities where she has lived, from Boston, MA, to New Haven, CT, and here in Prescott within the local gallery networks.

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