Tri-County High School Exhibition

The Tri-County High School Art Exhibition is an exhibition displaying artwork from some of the most talented young people of Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb counties in Michigan.  The 2020 Tri-County High School Art Exhibition marks the 9th year for this event hosted by the James Pearson Duffy Department of Art and Art History at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan.
2020 Tri-County High School Exhibtion Calendar:
January 13: call opens
February 21: deadline for submission
February 24-27: jury of artwork
February 28: notification via email
March 10-13: delivery of work
March 16-19: installation
March 20: Opening Reception, 5-8PM 
      Awards Presentation at 6:30PM 
April 3: exhibition closes
April 7-10: artwork pick up

2020 Tri County High School Exhibition Call for Entries Form

Link opens January 13th, 2020
Open to all 10th through 12th grade-level public, private, and home-schooled students from Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties.
Submissions will be juried and selected by a committee from the Department of Art and Art History. Selections will be based on quality, presentation, and proper application format.
Notification of accepted and non-accepted works will be sent via email and will be listed on this page.
Each selected artist will receive a $1,000 scholarship award. Six awards will be given for outstanding artworks in the exhibition: First Place, Second Place, Third Place, 3 Honorable Mentions. One Teacher Award will also be selected. Scholarship Awards can be redeemed upon the application and acceptance to the James Pearson Duffy Department of Art and Art History, Wayne State University. 
First Place: WSU $4,000 Scholarship Award and $150 Blick Certificate
Second Place: WSU $3,000 Scholarship Award and $150 Blick Certificate
Third Place: WSU $2,000 Scholarship Award and $150 Blick Certificate
Honorable Mentions: $150 Blick Certificate
Teacher Award: $150 Blick Certificate
Christina Krysiak, Center for Advanced Studies and the Arts
Thank You
2019 Tri-County High School Exhibition
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The Art Department Gallery hosts annual undergraduate exhibitions, graduate student exhibitions, faculty exhibitions and sabbatical exhibitions. Additionally, the gallery lends itself to provide exhibition space to community organizations with the approval of an exhibitions committee.