In acknowledgement of January as 'Stalking Awareness Month', The Power of One office is seeking student's art that brings to light the story of survivors or highlights the true effects of stalking i.e.: emotional disarray, insomnia, paranoia, dangers, control, surveillance, and survivorship. The media glamorizes and romanticizes stalking behaviors as trivial acts of love. This leaves ambiguity and feelings of uncertainty surrounding a stalking survivor's testimony and initiative for reaching out. Original art should be centered around empowerment of survivors, trusting one's instincts, and the long-term effects of Stalking as a serious crime.
- Any Major, currently enrolled MTSU Student encouraged to apply *MTSU Alums welcome to apply, but are not eligible for gift card award from MT Power of One office.
- Submissions are open from January 4 – January 22, 2021.
- Entry fee waived on account of COVID-19 complications.
- This is a juried exhibition with ‘Critic’s Choice’ ($100 Gift Card for Campus Bookstore) and ‘Honorable Mention’ ($75 Gift Card for Campus Bookstore) if selected.
- Brief artist statement surrounding piece(s) submitted for 'In the Periphery' required.
- Valid MTSU email / M # must be attached to submission form to receive delivery instructions and award announcement.
- In order for work to be selected, must be available to be shown during the full exhibition term of January 29, 2021- February 17, 2021. Work must arrive at Todd Hall 212 or 224B between January 25, 2021 and January 28, 2021.
Physical Work Deadline January 28 at 11:00 AM.
- 300 dpi images / RGB
- Interactive work must be in digital mock-up / walk-through video format / mp4.
- 3D work must be photographed, several views are recommended.
- Files must be smaller than 10MB.
- Images must be a minimum of 500 pixels wide by 500 pixels tall and a maximum of 1500 pixels wide by 1500 pixels tall.
- File names should include the entry title, image number (01, 02, 03) and contain NO spaces. Please use underscores. (ex. title_01.jpg).