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Sinclair Community College Presents the 2024 Fine Art Student Juried Exhibition

The Sinclair Community College Art Department will present the 2024 Fine Art Student Juried Exhibition from March 19 through April 9, 2024, in the Burnell R. Roberts Triangle Gallery and the Works on Paper Gallery.

Students who have been enrolled in fine art classes at Sinclair Community College within the past year are eligible to enter the annual Fine Art Student Juried Exhibition by submitting up to five original works produced for their art classes. This year’s juror, Cynthia Hayes, will review the submissions, select works for the exhibition, and award best of show, second, and third place. Hayes is the Art and Design First Year Program Director & HBUT Coordinator of Student Services and Scholars; Teaching Faculty, First Year Program + Painting & Drawing at Peck School of the Arts, Art and Design Department at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Students juried into the exhibition may list their artwork for sale either to the public and/or to be sold to Sinclair Community College as Student Purchase Awards. The Purchase Award winners are committee selected and will be added to Sinclair’s art collection. Over 130 Student Purchase Awards are located throughout Sinclair’s Dayton and Centerville campuses. This program is made possible thanks to the generosity of Burnell R. Roberts and the Mauch Endowment Fund.

The exhibition will be held in-person in the Burnell R. Roberts Triangle Gallery and the Works on Paper Gallery. Interested parties may view the show in person or online on the student website, In addition, the exhibition will be highlighted on the galleries’ Facebook and Instagram @sinclaircollegeartgalleries.

There will be an open house reception open to the public on March 21, 2024, from 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., Building 13, 4th Floor Atrium.

Awards are presented to Best in Show, Second and Third Place. Award sponsors include Blick Art Materials, Custom Frame Services, Dayton Society of Artists, Tartan Campus Store, United Art and Education, Professor Mark Echtner, Professor Kay Koeninger, and Associate Professor Anthony Wolking.

The Burnell R. Roberts Triangle Gallery and the Works on Paper Gallery are located in Building 13, 4th Floor, at the corner of West Fifth and Perry Street in downtown Dayton. The galleries are free and open to the public from 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Monday–Friday and 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Saturday.