March 25-April 14, 2010
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Click here to view a Powerpoint slideshow of the winning entries.

The 44th Annual NCECA Conference, “Independence”, was held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, March 31- April 3, 2010.  In conjunction with the conference, the University of the Arts’ Rosenwald Wolf Gallery hosted the NCECA 2010 National Student Juried Exhibition, March 25-April 14, 2010.

Congratulations to our students who have been accepted for the
2010 National Student Juried Exhibition - follow up e-mails will be sent to all who applied. Participating artists will receive an agreement and additional details soon! Accepted Artists:

Christopher Adelhardt
Landon Anderson
Michael Arnold
Angela Biederman
Ariel Bowman
Ben Carter
Lauren Clay
James Coquia
Shenny Cruces
Chandra Debuse
Evan D'Orazio
Zachary Dunn
Robin Dupont
Devin Farrand
Benjamin Fiess
Ryan Fletcher
Jared Gabriel
Jonathan Grengs
Melissa Griffin
Aisha Harrison
Ryan Labar
Sean Larson
Seungwon Lee
Ginger Lukas
Janet MacPherson
Justin Manfredi
Keira Norton
Bonilyn Parker
Douglas Peltzman
Greg Pugh
Kate Roberts
Kelly Ann Schnorr
Laina Seay
Mark Stafford
Duncan Tweed
Jasmine Wallace
Mallory Wetherell
Eric Wolever
Paige Wright
Crisha Yantis

The NCECA 2010 NSJE is open to all matriculating fulltime undergraduate and graduate students in the United States of America, except for those enrolled at the institutions of the jurors.  The applicant must be working towards a degree in art at the time of submittal.

Categories and Awards
Works will be juried from images in two categories, Undergraduate and Graduate.

Past awards have included:
NCECA Undergraduate Student Awards; 1st, 2nd, 3rd place awards
NCECA Graduate Student Awards; 1st, 2nd, 3rd place awards
Rodger Lang Award for Student Excellence
Retired Professors Award
KBH Merit Award
Aardvark Clay Purchase Award
AMACO Award for Excellence
Soldner Clay Mixers by Muddy Elbow Manufacturing Award of Excellence
Studio Potter Graduate and Undergraduate Awards


The Exhibitions are a great wake up call to what's out there and the commitment that the work demonstrates. It is great seeing my students eyes light up when they see the exhibitions.
— Educator