Who is Eligible to Participate?
Any person involved in the USCAP as a member, meeting attendee, sponsor or vendor, or who is interested in the discipline of pathology is eligible
to participate. All creative works entered celebrate creativity in pathology and support various endeavors of the USCAP
What Artwork is Eligible?
Two-dimensional and three-dimensional creative works will be considered, including oil, acrylic, pastel, watercolor, mixed media, collage, pencil
drawings, photography, computer generated images, fabric, clay, metal, glass, wood, jewelry, weaving, fabric, papier-mâché, and others. Please
consider these guidelines:
- All two-dimensional art should be equipped with wire for hanging
- Avoid glass covering (except for pastels)
- Size limitation is 48 inches in any dimension. A maximum 3x3' footprint for any 3D submission is required. Framed art work/wall hangings must weigh 25 pounds or less.
- Hangers or display units for jewelry must be provided
Jury of the Show
The items submitted for the show will be juried, based upon the photographs submitted. Limitations on number of submissions will be determined by
A special category will be offered for "Art of Pathology" for submissions representing actual pathology images. A "Best in Show" award will also be given.
All Artwork Must be for Sale
Artists may choose to contribute between 60% - 100% of the sale, which will be used to support programs of the USCAP Foundation. This contribution
will be considered a tax deductible donation to the non-profit USCAP Foundation.
How to Get Art to San Antonio
Artists who plan to hand carry their artworks should deliver the pieces on Sunday, February 27, between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Shipped artwork must be received at the Marriott River Center no later than Friday, February 25. A mailing address and contact name will be
provided for shipping. Artists are responsible for all shipping charges and are encouraged to insure the package. Please pack all artwork in
sturdy, reusable, well-protected packaging. If artwork is not purchased, the artist is responsible for return shipping. Shipping of purchased
artwork will be the responsibility of the buyer. Shipping materials will be stored and provided to buyers for shipment. Do not use packing peanuts
or squiggles. During the art exhibit, all artwork will be insured under the blanket insurance policy of the USCAP.
For more information about artwork contact:
Dr. Jennifer Hunt, Massachusetts General Hospital Pathology, (617) 643-7201, or firstname.lastname@example.org,
Kerry Crockett, United States & Canadian Academy of Pathology, (706) 733-7550, email@example.com