Art for Charlie Foundation

Art Competition 2015


Competition and Exhibition

Competition - October 28th

The competition is now closed for new submissions. An impressive range of entries in a variety of media was received for this 2D art competition from towns across Michigan including Ann Arbor, Birmingham, East Lansing, Holt, Lansing, Mason, Okemos, Rochester Hills, Romulus, Royal Oak, Williamston, Woodhaven, and Wyoming.

Initial submissions are digital and are currently being viewed by the Juror, the curator of the Eli & Edythe Broad Art Museum in East Lansing, in order to select a short list of 20. When the selection is finalized, artists will be invited to send their original work for the final judging.
Broad Art Museum

The final judging will be at the Broad on October 28 when 1st, 2nd and 3rd prize winners wil lbe announced.

CaitlĂ­n Doherty is Curator and Deputy Director of Curatorial Affairs at the Eli & Edythe Broad Museum of Art in East Lansing, Michigan. Previously she curated international exhibitions at the Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar, served as Director of Lismore Castle Arts, Ireland, and taught at the Waterford Institute of Technology. She holds post-graduate degrees from the University of Edinburgh and the University of St Andrews.


Exhibition - MSU College of Law - November 4 to December 7

College of Law

The work of winners and runners-up from the Art Charlie Art Competition will be on display and available for purchase at the MSU College of Law from November 4 to December 7. The gallery space to be used is on the 3rd floor of the College of Law.

Admission is free.

The submissions will be shown on this website after the final judging, and there will be a facility on the same page to purchase online by credit card. Purchase will be subject to agreement that delivery or pickup of the item is delayed until the end of the show. The Art for Charlie Foundation will receive commission on items purchased and tax cerificates will be available for the commission amount.


College of Law exhibitions
Since 2002 the College of Law has become renowned for its exhibitions of art with social significance. Past exhibitions have included "The Bregenz Art Exhibition" featuring Austrian artists, "Black in White America", photographic essay of civil rights, "Canada's Arctic - Alive and Thriving" (a report prior to current drilling permits!), "Art@Work" featuring art for rehabilition, and "Bought and Sold - Voices of Human Trafficking".

For more information, see the College of Law website,






2015 Art Prize