Emma Rabinowitz Hastings High School
Junsik Eom Hotchkiss School
iCreate 2021 Award Winners
iCreate 2022: Annual Juried Exhibition of High School Talent
July 1, 2022 - September 4, 2022
iCreate serves as an outlet for emerging artists, amplifying the scope of their pieces' influence and providing the community a glimpse into regional artistic potential. The works submitted are from diverse artists and mediums and explore different themes ranging from critiques of traditional social constructs to playful portraits, fond memories, race, identity, nature, and animal welfare. While the pandemic and the New Bruce construction have made it impossible to mount the exhibition in person over the past two years, we are excited to present iCreate again virtually this year.
The Bruce Museum is grateful for exhibition support from the Rockefeller Capital Management, Greenwich, the Connecticut Office of the Arts, the Steven and Alexandra Cohen Foundation, John and Susan Hart, Horseneck Club of Greenwich, Susan and Bill Mahoney, Chris and Bill Nichols, and Heidi and Scott Smith.
Open Call for Submissions through to May 15, 2022.
Criteria: Fine Art entries will be limited to two- dimensional original works in oil, watercolor, acrylic, tempera, gouache, pastel, any drawing medium, traditional printmaking forms (such as relief, etching, stone lithograph, and serigraph), mixed media, and video and digital art generated initially by computer. No larger than 48” on any one side. Three-piece limit per artist. No photography.
Register: Open enrollment to all regional high school students. Students may submit up to three entries digitally to email@example.com, subject - iCreate 2022. The deadline for entries is Sunday, May 15, 2022. The first round of judging will be through digital access. After that, the judges will select up to 50 pieces for the virtual exhibition, and this selection will be eligible for cash awards.
Art Awards: Cash prizes will are awarded for the following amounts: – 1st: $500 2nd:$300 3rd: $200 and two Honorable Mentions: $100. People's Choice Award: $350 will be awarded in late July, allowing the public to vote online and in person for their favorite art submission.