Thank you for inquiring about showing your art at the Yavapai College Art Gallery. Currently the Prescott Campus is scheduling exhibitions two years in advance. Submissions are reviewed by the art gallery committee.The gallery is an attractive space in the performance hall building. It is easily accessible and visited by students, community members, and out-of-town visitors. The floor space is 30 ft. by 44 ft. with a variable wall system and track lighting.

The college designs, prints, and mails announcements, as well as sending out press releases for each exhibition. The gallery manager and gallery employees install the work. Work is insured while at the gallery.  

The artist is responsible for all shipping and transportation costs of his or her own work.

Fall 2016 Juried Student Art Exhibition

Oct. 11- Nov. 10


The Yavapai College Prescott Art Gallery supports the learning outcomes of the Fine Art, Graphic Design and Photography programs in their presenting of the Juried Student Art Exhibition. Expressive content, formal unity, and technical facility all contribute to the aesthetic achievement for each work of art. Juried exhibitions assess these qualities. Each semester the Juried Student Art Exhibition provides Yavapai College students with the opportunity to experience the submission and jury process, present their art in a professional fine art gallery and receive recognition for their accomplishments from professionals in the field and members of the Yavapai County community. As is the nature of a juried selection, not all pieces submitted will be chosen for the exhibition. Therefore you must be thoughtful and critical of your own selection. A faculty member’s signature will be required if your work is juried into the exhibition. So a review of your artwork and the digital images of your work with an art instructor is recommended.


This exhibition is open to students currently registered in for-credit courses at Yavapai College.

• The art work submitted for consideration was created in association with a Yavapai College Art Department for-credit course from Spring 2015 to Fall 2016.

• All work must be an original composition of the student artist.

• Artwork previously exhibited in the Juried Student Art Exhibition at Yavapai College is not eligible for entry.

• Artwork previously submitted but not exhibited is eligible.

• Faculty members teaching studio arts classes are not eligible for student exhibitions.

Submitting Artwork

Yavapai College Art Department now uses Submittable online software for gallery submissions.

•    All artwork will be assessed and juried using digital images.

•    Log into the Yavapai College Website and the Yavapai College Art Gallery webpage.

•    Locate and select the Juried Student Art Exhibition Link at the right side of the page.

•    Follow the instructions provided in the Juried Student Art Exhibition Guide.

•    Each Student artist may submit two (2) entries.

•    Each entry may include no more than two (2) digital images, 1 full image and 1 detail.

•    Digital images must be submitted as JPG files.

·         JPG filename must be saved as YourLastName,FirstName_Title.

•    Maximum file upload is 5MB. Larger files will not be accepted.


 All artwork selected for the exhibition must arrive in the respective gallery with a label completed and signed by an art instructor who will verify the work was inspired or created during a Yavapai College course.

• Students must complete and sign a registration form on the day of delivery. This form will be
required to collect the work upon completion of the exhibition.

• Students may sell their artwork through the Gallery. Yavapai College Art Galleries charge a 25% commission on work sold.

• All work selected for the exhibition may be photographed by the college for publication or
educational purposes.

• All two-dimensional artwork must be framed and ready-to-hang.

• Work on paper including photographs must have plexi-glass or glass protection. Shrink wrap, foam core and acetate are not acceptable.

• Hanging wire is required. Central eyelets or grommets are not acceptable.

• Works on canvas must be framed or the canvas must wrap the stretcher-bars. Exposed staples are not acceptable.

• Paintings with wet paint or varnish will not be accepted.

• Size and weight limitations may prohibit the exhibition of selected work.

• Three dimensional art must be ready to install. Materials or unfinished surfaces that may damage gallery fixtures are not acceptable.

Accepting Artwork

Dealing with the concept of “what is art?” can sometimes be confusing. An image that
one student considers art may be considered disturbing and objectionable by another. The Yavapai College Art Department encourages open minds and open discussions in its classes. If you find yourself confused about an image you wish to present or one that another student has presented, discuss your issues with you instructor. Together we can explore appropriate avenues of communication and resolution.

Juried Student Art Exhibition Awards - Awards may be presented by the Jurors for the following:

  • Best of Show Two-Dimensional
  • Best of Show Three-Dimensional
  • First place Award for Digital Media, This award includes Two-Dimensional Design,Photoshop, Graphic Design, and Web Design
  • First place Award for Ceramics
  • First place Award for Drawing, This award includes Drawing, Colored Pencil,Life Drawing, and Pastels
  • First place Award for Jewelry
  • First place Award for Printmaking
  • First place Award for Sculpture, This award includes Three-Dimensional Design, Mixedmedia and Welded Metal.
  • First place Award for Traditional Dark Room Photography
  • First place Award for Wood, This award includes Furniture, Woodworkingand Wood Turning.
  • First Place Award for Painting, This award includes oil, acrylic, and watercolor.
  • First Place Award for Lapidary

Yavapai College Art Galleries operates two sites: Prescott Art Gallery and Verde Art Gallery. Both spaces provide opportunities for the presentation of art in all media. Yavapai College Art Galleries have maintained a diverse range of visual art exhibitions featuring nationally recognized artists, emerging artists and juried and group exhibitions.

The Prescott Art Gallery is an attractive space in the performance hall building in Prescott, AZ. The floor space is 1,300sq/ft with a movable wall system and track lighting. Located in Clarkdale, AZ the 900sq/ft Verde Art Gallery has a variable height ceiling with track lighting. Both galleries are easily accessible and visited by students, community members, and out-of-town visitors.


Yavapai College Art Galleries will be accepting submissions for the Prescott Gallery and Verde Gallery. Proposals received by 5pm (PST) on Saturday April 9 will be reviewed by the art gallery committee for 2017 scheduling.


Yavapai College designs, prints, and mails out postcard announcements as well as press releases for each exhibition. The gallery manager and gallery employees install the work. Work is insured while at the gallery.


The artist is responsible for all shipping and transportation costs of his or her own work.         

In order for your proposal to be considered please submit the following:

  • A description of the artwork
  • Artists bio, resume and or CV
  • Up to 20 digital images
  • List of thumbnail images; with title, size, medium, date completed and price of each piece.