Calling All Artists – Tech Arts 2017 Exhibit Runs March 28 – June 3

Calling All New England Tech Artists! Exhibit Your Work in Tech Arts 2017 from March 27-June 3!

Tech Art at New England Tech logoCalling all artists! New England Institute of Technology will soon be hosting Tech Arts 2017, the university’s yearly art exhibition featuring the work of our students, faculty, and staff.

All forms of art are welcome, including drawings, video, costumes, photographs, furniture, paintings, watercolors, pen and ink, model prototypes, props, costumes, stained glass, fabric or paper items, and digital art.

Exhibit Runs March 28 – June 3

Submission forms are available at the Library until March 11th as well as online.

The public is invited to view the exhibit in the Library at New England Tech’s main campus located at One New England Tech Boulevard in East Greenwich. Call for library hours.

 

If you have any questions, please contact Cindy Pankiewicz (cpankiewicz@neit.edu) or at 401-739-5000 x3474.

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Best of TechArts 2014

Thanks to all the artists who submitted art work for the 2014 TechArts Exhibit and who voted for the Best of TechArts. 

The top three winners with the most ballots were Manny Couto for Scrappy, Brittaney Lanphear for Flowers in the Grass, and Jeff Rosario for Penguin.

Auto Collision Repair faculty, Manny Couto's 'Scrappy'

Auto Collision Repair faculty, Manny Couto’s ‘Scrappy’

 

The winner of the NEIT bookstore gift certificate goes out to Brittaney Lanphear, who came in second place.  Her statement about Flowers in the Grass states, it “portrays the beauty of nature created by materials that could destroy this beauty by simply not recycling it.”  The piece is made of recycled materials; soda cans, tabs, pieces of cardboard box, and plastic bags braided, painted and glued in a circle.

Manny Couto (automotive school faculty) graciously declined to accept the prize so that it could be given to a NEIT student.

Student, Brittaney Lanphear's "Flowers in the Grass"

Student, Brittaney Lanphear’s “Flowers in the Grass”

Student, Jeff Rosario's "Penguin"

Student, Jeff Rosario’s “Penguin”