Aug 162017
 August 16, 2017  Posted by  Tagged with: ,

What is Good Art?The Kenan Institute for Ethics invites students from across Duke to submit artwork to this year’s “What Is Good Art?” exhibition to explore how we should live, the role that art plays in our lives and its impact on how we see the world.

The theme for What Is Good Art? 2017-2018 is Community. As always, the WIGA theme is intentionally broad and open to many interpretations.

All Duke University students are encouraged to submit entries to compete for four prizes, and have their work displayed in a collective exhibition in the Keohane Kenan Gallery of the West Duke Building. A distinguished panel of experts in art and/or ethics convene to select pieces for display. All Duke students are invited to submit works in any medium for the contest and exhibition around the theme of “Community.” Submission deadline is March 9, 2018 at 11:59pm.

What Is Good Art? is sponsored by Team Kenan, the student branch of the Kenan Institute for Ethics. Submission guidelines, information about the prizes, and more can be found on the exhibition website.