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Fall Juried Student Exhibition 2021

November 19, 2021 - January 14, 2022

The Yavapai College Prescott Art Gallery presents the 2021 Fall Juried Student Exhibition. The exhibition provides Yavapai College students with the opportunity to experience the submission and jury process and to present their artwork in a professional Fine Art Gallery, 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 Fall 2020, Spring 2021, Summer 2021, or Fall 2021, may submit up to two entries for consideration. Artwork previously submitted but not exhibited may be resubmitted.


The Robert Haber Prize of $500.00 will be awarded to one of the outstanding selected artworks in the Fall Juried Student Exhibition. All awards will be announced at the Yavapai College Prescott Art Gallery Opening Reception on Friday, November 19, 2021.

Fall Juried Student Exhibition

November 19, 2021 - January 14, 2022

Exhibit Dates:
November 19, 2021 - January 14, 2022

Awards will be presented:
November 19, 2021, 6 pm in the Gallery

Picture of Tristyn Bustamante

Juror Tristyn Bustamante

Tristyn Bustamante achieved an MFA from Arizona State University and a BFA with a minor in Art History from Northern Arizona University. She has attended residencies and given lectures in places such as, Clayarch Gimhae MuseumThe Armory Art Center in Florida and New Harmony Clay Project in Indiana. Her work involves the use of clay and other materials to produce carefully planned yet intuitively designed sculptural objects. Early work exhibited expressive systematic qualities while conveying a sense of ambiguity of function. More recently, Tristyn’s efforts have focused on investigating recent or emerging technologies and human/ animal perception while remaining indefinite of purpose.   

Tristyn has exhibited regionally and nationally, as well as at a few locations abroad. As a community and education advocate, she has pursued teaching, learning and involvement in local communities whenever and wherever she can.  Tristyn had worked both part-time and full-time as an Instructor of Art for a range of ages and skill sets at different institutions and as a Studio Director at the Armory Art Center. Currently she is pursuing artistic activities safely at home and working remotely as a case investigator on a contact tracing team and an art teacher.

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