The MSR Exhibition invites the Stanislaus State community to share their learning in a unique way. Do you have student work samples of which you are proud? Are you interested in displaying a piece that reflects your learning or perspective? Have you created visual and/or thematic projects and expressions that you would like to share? Consider submitting a proposal for the MSR Exhibition.
What is the MSR Exhibition?
The MSR Exhibition is a rotating showcase of artistic/visual/intellectual expression within MSR. The purpose of the exhibition is to provide a forum for students, faculty, staff and alumni to share, celebrate and engage the broader campus community with their work. A successful design for this exhibition would be engaging, showcase learning/work connected with Stanislaus State and offer a dimension of visual appeal.
- You must be a student, faculty, staff or alumnus/a of Stanislaus State.
- You must complete and submit a MSR Exhibition Proposal.
- The MSR Exhibition Advisory Board reserves the right to refuse to exhibit work they judge not suited for the space. This will be determined as part of the application process.
To be part of the MSR Exhibit, please contact Steven Drouin at firstname.lastname@example.org for a submission form. Considerations for the spring semester have begun, however, you may submit at any time to be considered for future showings.
The MSR Exhibition Advisory Board is comprised of Stan State faculty. Advisory Board members will be convened to evaluate all submissions/concepts. Selected proposals will be subject to the approval of Kimberly Greer, provost and vice president for academic affairs.