2023 Student Invitational Opening Reception

2024 Seattle Central Student Invitational Exhibition

Submissions will be due by Wednesday, May 1, 2024. (by 11:59pm Pacific Time)


The M. Rosetta Hunter Art Gallery is looking forward to our annual juried exhibition of student artwork in the 2nd half of Spring Quarter.

Who is qualified?   
Seattle Central students registered for 3 or more credits during 2024 Spring quarter, enrolled in ABE or Basis Studies courses, or enrolled in Continuing Education classes qualify to enter for a chance to be featured & win prizes.

We will be accepting work in all media: Drawings, Paintings, Prints, Photographs, Sculpture, Video Art, NFTs, are all accepted.

If you have an artwork that does not fit any of these categories, particularly installation or performance art, please contact the Curator at meghan.trainor@seattlecolleges.edu directly before applying to see if we can support this work in our gallery.


Tentative Event info:

Submission forms will be opened April 1, 2024.

2024 Seattle Central Student Invitational Exhibition   
May 20- June 6, 2024  
Opening Reception/Art Party: Thursday, May 23th, 4-6pm, after Seattle Central Unity Fair

Read more about the 2022 Student Invitational in this Seattle Collegian article by Sarah Wheeler.


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