Last Chance X 
Extension

 

This award is a subset of the Monterey Regional Waste Management District (MRWMD) Last Chance Mercantile Artist-in-residence Fellowship, and supports artists who work with recycled materials and environmental issues by incorporating upcycled and recycled materials.

 

In addition, this award supports student artwork specific to VPA senior capstone projects, and is distributed in the spring semester to assist with capstone expenses. Student(s) must be majoring in VPA, enrolled in the spring semester of VPA 405: Senior Capstone, and have a minimum GPA of 2.0.

 

This award is open to all VPA Senior Capstone students regardless of financial need and is merit based.  

 

Award Amount:  $500*
Deadline to Apply: Nov. 6, 2020 

 

*This $500 award will be distributed in art materials. Art materials will be selected by the awardee.  

ELIGIBILITY

  • Student must be a declared VPA major.

  • Student must be enrolled in the spring semester of VPA 405: Senior Capstone.*

  • Student must have a minimum GPA of 2.0.

 

REQUIREMENTS & GUIDELINES

  • Student must submit a letter of intent (no longer than one page) that includes an artist statement, and a description of their Senior Capstone project, which outlines how recycled materials and environmental issues will be incorporated via upcycled and recycled materials.

  • A bio (no longer than one-paragraph)

  • A Curriculum Vitae (CV)

  • A portfolio of up to 6 images (at least 1200 pixels on the longest side). Please refer to sizing instructions below.

  • An image identification list, and (if relevant) artwork description page.

 

*Student must pass the fall semester of VPA 405: Senior Capstone in order for the award to be made available. Students that do not pass the fall semester of VPA 405 will be disqualified from receipt of funds.

Incomplete submissions will not be accepted.

 

Judging Criteria   

This award is merit based.  Judging criteria will include, but is not  limited to:

  • quality of concept, technique, and craft

  • ability to convey a strong work ethic

  • collaborative nature of proposal

  • community outreach component

For more information, please contact: VPA faculty at dimendoza[at]csumb[dot]edu

SUBMISSION OF MATERIALS    

ALL entries/materials should be emailed to VPA Faculty: 

dimendoza[at]csumb[dot]edu with the subject heading: Last Chance X

NOTE: This is a one-time submission, and all materials should be submitted in one email. 

 

RESIZING YOUR IMAGE FOR ENTRY   
 

IMAGE MEDIA

  • File format/ Acceptable Media File Types: JPEG, TIFF or PNG formats only 

  • File dimensions: at least 1200 pixels on the longest side.

    • for example: 4x6” at 300 PPI (1200 x 1800 px).

  • File size: under 5 MB

How to resize images on a Mac:

  1. Select the image you want to resize.

  2. Right click and select Open With Preview.

  3. Go to Tools then Adjust Size.

  4. Choose Fit Into Custom and resize to 1200 pixels or larger on the longest side.

  5. Click OK

How to resize images on a PC:

  1. Select the image you want to resize.

  2. Go to toolbar and select Edit Pictures.

  3. Go to Change picture size and click Resize.

  4. Choose Custom and resize to 1200 pixels or larger on the longest side.

VPA Mission Statement:

Combining theory with practice, VPA’s pedagogies focus on historical and contemporary analysis, community collaboration, artistic production, evaluation and distribution of work with an emphasis on applied research, technical competency and self-expression.  The VPA major equips students with skills for art making, ethical inquiry, self-reflection, visual literacy, empathy and reciprocal community engagement to address the critical issues of aesthetics, social justice and cross-cultural competencies in a multicultural and increasingly interconnected global society. 

 

VPA is an inclusive and equitable campus community where all members of diverse sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions are welcomed, valued, and affirmed. Through an initiative that includes educational training, experience and on-going learning opportunities, this framework encourages participants to identify themselves as visible supporters of the LGBTQQIAAPF (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual, Ally, Pansexual, Fluid) community at CSUMB. Please join VPA students, faculty, and staff in bringing to life our vision of being a socially just community with a substantive commitment to multilingual, multicultural, and gender-equitable learning.

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