124th Annual Adult Student Exhibition

December 1, 2022 - January 27, 2023
Virtual Award Ceremony: Friday, January 20, 6-8 pm
Closing Reception: Friday, January 27, 6-8pm

For 124 years, the Annual Adult Student Exhibition has celebrated the vibrant artwork created by Fleisher’s students. The exhibition provides students with the opportunity to show their work in a public gallery, with cash prizes awarded to students in a wide spectrum of mediums including fiber arts, drawing, painting, ceramics, printmaking, sculpture, and photography.


Do I need to be a Fleisher member to participate in the student exhibition?
Yes, all student exhibition participants must be both students and members of Fleisher Art Memorial.

When should I deliver my artwork?
From November 9 to November 18 between the hours of 11AM and 8PM Monday to Thursday, and from 10AM to 3PM on Fridays.

Are there size limitations?
Students can submit one piece. It should be no larger than 36″ in any direction (including frame) to make sure there is room to display everyone’s work. For digital artworks, your instructor will collect the work for you to be displayed on our gallery screen.

Should my artwork be ready to hang?
Yes. This doesn’t mean that it needs to be framed, but there should be a way for us to display your work properly without causing damage to your work. Works on paper without frames will be hung using magnets.

When is the exhibition?
The exhibition opens on Thursday, December 1, 2022 and closes on Friday, January 27, 2023.

When is the Awards Ceremony?
The Awards Ceremony takes place on Friday, January 20 from 6-8PM on zoom. In addition, we will have a Closing Reception on Friday, January 27th at 6-8PM (in person at the gallery) to celebrate our adult student community.

When can I pick up my work?
You can pick up your artwork after the Closing Reception or between January 27-February 10 during Fleisher’s regular business hours.

What is my medium?
It’s best if you can narrow it down to the following categories so that the juror can make the appropriate decisions:
– Drawing
– Works on Paper (Collage & Watercolor)
– Representational Painting (Still Life, Landscape and Figure Painting)
– Abstract Painting
– Ceramics
– Sculpture (including mixed media)
– Fiber Arts & Crafts (Fabric Work, Book Arts, Mosaics, Framing, Jewelry)
– Printmaking (Screenprinting, Lithography, Etching, Woodcut, Pronto Plate Lithography,
– Photography (Digital, Darkroom)
– Digital (Photoshop, Animation, Video)

Here’s an example of an exhibition label:
Jane Doe
Fire Alarm, 2022
15″ x 22″ – size of artwork, not frame
Work on paper