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GOVERNOR’S SCHOOL VISUAL ART
AUDITIONS 2019

The audition for the North Carolina Governor’s School in Visual Art consists of nominees displaying works of art and answering questions from judges.

All nominees must bring three of their best works of art in any medium that show drawing, painting, sculpting, ceramic, or printmaking skills. The three pieces may be in the same medium. Photography and digital art are not part of the Governor’s School program.

Each piece is limited to 36 inches in width and height. Do not frame the artwork, though matting is allowed. Only include a frame if it is already attached and cannot be removed. Space is limited; therefore, no easels or props are permitted. During the judging, nominees must stand by their artwork to answer questions about their work. Nominees must stay until dismissed by the judges.

Students will be emailed information about other details (location, time, date, preparations, etc.) several weeks prior to audition day.