Welcome to the Boyden Gallery online submission page! We are thrilled you are interested in submitting your work for one of our juried exhibitions. Below are the active Call for Entries. Please find the exhibition you are interested in, read the submission guidelines and click 'Submit' when you are ready to enter your information.

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Don't hesitate to contact Gallery staff if you have any questions about the exhibitions or the submission process. Thanks for your submission and we look forward to seeing your work!

Cristin Cash, Associate Professor of Art History
Director, Boyden Gallery and the Fine Art Collection

Selwyn Ramp, Exhibition Preparator and Collection Manager

Lena Castro
Education and Outreach Professional Fellow (Class of 2015)

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Art History Essay Competition  - Call for Entries

All current SMCM students (any major, year, including Fall 2014 graduates and continuing students) may submit art history essays for consideration for the Outstanding Work in Art History award ($50 cash prize). 

Essays may be on any subject and of any length but must have been written after January 1, 2014 (within the last year). 

One lower-level and one upper-level essay will be chosen by the Art History faculty and announced at the All Student Art Exhibition Awards reception in Boyden Gallery (March 6, 5pm)

Please fill out the submission form and attach a word or pdf file of your essay. The submission deadline is March 1, midnight. 

Attendance at the Awards Reception for the All Student Art Exhibition on March 6  is required for all submitters. If you have a schedule conflict please inform Professor Cash at least a day in advance. 

Please get in touch with Professor Cash at clcash@smcm.edu if you have any questions.

We look forward to reading your work!

Cristin Cash, Associate Professor of Art History
Joe Lucchesi, Associate Professor of Art History
Ruth Anne Phillips, Visiting Assistant Professor of Art History