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PLEASE NOTE:
SUBMISSIONS ARE LIMITED TO 
Students from: 
College for Creative Studies (Detroit, MI) 
Lawrence Technological University (Southfield, MI) 
Art Center College of Design (Pasadena, CA) 
and 
Members of the League of Retired Automotive Designers

 

AMERICAN DREAMING, CORVETTE: 7 Generations and Beyond

CALL FOR ENTRY | DEADLINE: October 15, 2016

Visit scarabclub.org/CallForEntry for detailed information, and to submit images for on this exhibition.

In January 2017, The Scarab Club will host an exhibition titled ‘American Dreaming, Corvette: 7 Generations and Beyond’. The exhibition, which coincides with the 2017 Detroit International Auto Show, will include original drawings and models created by General Motors designers between 1952 and 2014 (C1-C7), and honor the creative vision of these artists. The exhibition will include a limited number of student drawings. The SC will produce a catalogue for the exhibition, which will include the work of all participating artists and artists whose work is only available digitally.

SUBMISSIONS ARE LIMITED TO
Students from:
College for Creative Studies (Detroit, MI)
Lawrence Technological University (Southfield, MI)
Art Center College of Design (Pasadena, CA)
and
Members of the League of Retired Automotive Designers

Submissions will be reviewed by a jury of automotive design experts. The top three designs will be awarded cash prizes of $250, $150 and $100, respectively and their work will be included in the catalogue.
• Artists whose work is selected for the exhibition will retain all rights to their original work.
• New ‘Beyond’ C1-C7 Corvette drawings are the focus of these submissions. Artists should assume the New Generation Corvette (C8) will be a mid-engine car.
• Drawings should be 3/4 views.
• Artists will submit high resolution digital images of color drawings.
• Artists may submit up to three images of drawings; 1 image of their current student ID or membership card for the League of Retired Automotive Designers is required.
• Original drawings should be on archival paper which is 18’x24′ to 20’x24′ for inclusion in the exhibition.

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