Preview of Fremont’s 2023 Art Show

The Fremont Art Show is coming up starting March 17th through the 22nd, and here’s what you need to know:

Jewelry Piece by: Wyatt Barrow
Photo Credit: Jack Deamer

The Fremont Art show is a place for all students to enter any of their visual art to be seen by fellow students. Anyone who attends Fremont may enter the show, as Ms. Montierth, one of the art teachers, said,“We encourage all of our students to enter and some of our upper level art classes are required to enter.”

 Art show is displayed in the Lecture Hall and will run from March 17th till March 22nd. The following day it will be taken down and the pieces entered will be given back to the artists.

But how do you enter the show? Entering the Art Show is easy. The only thing you will need to participate is some of your best artwork. Any 2D pieces must be matted or framed so they can be hung up. Then you just need to bring your finished piece to Montierth’s room and fill out a form. No entry fee, no portfolio, the only limit is you can’t re-enter any pieces that you have previously entered.

Some of the mediums you can enter are: 




Mixed Media

Graphic Design

Hand Built Ceramics

Wheel Thrown Ceramics


Cast Jewelry

Fabricated Jewelry

Digital Drawing


Black and White Photography

Color Photography 

and more

The show is judged by art teachers from other schools. There are Teacher’s Choice Awards where our teachers might pick a student’s work that they feel wasn’t noticed. The Best of Show Award goes to one piece from each category. The students may also participate in judging by voting for their favorite piece, the piece with the most votes wins the Student Choice Award.

Painted Piece By: Elizabeth Steinfeldt
Photo Credit: Jack Deamer

There is no limit for the amount of pieces you may enter into the show, but if we end up with too many pieces for the space that we have, there may need to be some form of jurying of the overall works.

The deadline to enter your pieces is March 15th, you will need to fill out a form and provide protected transportation for any pieces you would consider delicate.

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