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Fall 2022 Student Response Exhibition

Miami University Art Museum ~ August 23–December 10, 2022

Deadline: April 10, 2022 (Extended)

For questions, please contact Jason Shaiman at


Miami Interconnected: Land | Identity | Community (A Student Response Exhibition)


During the observance of the 50th anniversary of the relationship between the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma and Miami University, we will reflect on the often unseen established rights of tribal sovereignty in North America. Tribal sovereignty includes inherent and retained political rights and cultural integrity. Three key factors in maintaining sovereignty are land, identity, and community. This is the foundation of the Fall 2022 MUAM SRE in conjunction with the Miami University FOCUS topic for the 2022-2023 academic year.

PROMPTS (These are single ideas to help you create - your work does not need to include all prompts)

1. How do you relate to the land you inhabit?
2. How does your identity/identities (for example, heritage, ethnicity, culture, race, gender) impact who you are today?
3. How do you engage with your community?
4. How are these all connected for you as an individual and/or as a Miami student?


In this seventh juried Student Response Exhibition, Miami students are called upon to present unique and diverse commentaries on the theme of: Miami Interconnected: Land | Identity | Community. Interpretations are subject to the student’s personal perspective, major/minor, culture, age, experiences, etc. Be creative! Selected works in this juried competition will be on display at the Miami University Art Museum as one of the three semester-long exhibitions (August 23–December 10, 2022).


Submissions are open to all Miami students. Original forms of expression, including but not limited to painting, sculpture, ceramics, drawing, prints, jewelry, music, videos, computer interactives and poetry are encouraged. Deadline for submissions is Sunday, April 10, 2022. Jury-selected works must be delivered to the Art Museum by Friday, April 29, 2022. All works must be framed and ready to hang, or include any specialized display mounts. The Art Museum will provide display cases for 3D works, and a limited number of computers and DVD players with monitors for videos and computer interactives.

Submit Your Entry

Cash Awards

Cash prizes will be awarded to the best three works in the exhibition: $500 (1st), $250 (2nd) and $100 (3rd). First, second and third place winners will be decided by crowdsourcing, where votes will be cast by fellow students and visitors to the exhibition. An award ceremony will be held later in the Spring 2020 semester to present the cash awards.

Requirements and Specifications

Participants are permitted to submit up to three (3) works for the juried process in developing the final selection of creative and innovative objects to be displayed in the exhibition. The exhibition will be on display at the Miami University Art Museum August 23-December 10, 2022.

This completed form must be submitted no later than Sunday, April 10, 2022. Be sure to note any specific installation information in the "Additional Information" field, such as proximity to electrical outlet, pedestal/display case, etc. Please provide specific explanation of medium for accuracy of information used in the production of the object labels, should your work be selected for inclusion in the exhibition. Images must be uploaded using this Submission Form. Digital images of your submitted works for the selection process should be at least 300 dpi and 4x6 (no larger than 8x10 inches). For video and audio files, please submit the highest audio and video quality.

Participants will be notified by email no later than April 13, 2022 if his/her work(s) are selected for the exhibition. The jury-selected works must be delivered to the Miami University Art Museum no later than Friday, April 29, 2022. All A/V, computers and any other electronic equipment required for installation of artwork is the responsibility of the creator. Framing or specialized mounts needed for display of work is the responsibility of the creator. All hanging works must be ready to hang with appropriate wire or other hardware.


If you have any questions, please feel free to contact:

Jason Shaiman, Curator of Exhibitions
Miami University Art Museum
801 S. Patterson Avenue
Oxford, OH 45056
(513) 529-2241