Sept. 7-9 — South End Art Hop

What is Art Hop?

Contact: Professor Bob Selby —, 651-592

Artists interested in submitting work as part of the Champlain College exhibit: Reach Professor Selby by 5 p.m, Tuesday, August 30. See submission criteria below.

From Bob Selby: “We are planning this year’s Champlain stop on the ArtHop circuit and we are looking for submissions of new work.  Our exhibition will be installed at the EMC space on the first floor of the Miller Building at Lakeside and we are looking for work from YOU!  If you’re a member of the Champlain College community: student, faculty, administration or staff member and you have new art that is framed and prepared to hang — traditional or digital, drawings, paintings, sculpture, photographs or digital work, such as a game, digital art for games, film or animation then we want you for the exhibition.”

Now in its 20th year,  SEABA has presented a remarkable exhibition of visual art, Vermont’s largest, the South End Art Hop. Champlain College has become a major participant in the Art Hop, presenting art work of Champlain students and faculty alike.

The Art Hop is a two-day event occurring on the weekend following the Labor Day holiday. It attracts over 30,000 visitors, the majority from outside Burlington. Visitors are attracted to the South End artist’s studios, and local businesses that are refit as art galleries and exhibition sites for the more than 500 participating artists. The event celebrates the unique characteristics of the Pine Street corridor, in particular the development of concentrated creative and artistic activity that has been established in numerous re-purposed factories and warehouses within the District.

Submission of work.  Artists should:

a. Contact Professor Bob Selby — — for information

b. Include the following data with each submission:
Number of pieces

Size of the frame (traditional) or the size of the file (digital)




Artist name as it should appear in the exhibit


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