Columbia University Medical Center

Submit Your Art: Ninth Annual CUIMC Fine Art Exhibition

Artwork with skull and flowers

“When Nature Imitates Nature I” by Caely Hambro, VP&S’17

You are invited to be part of the ninth annual CUIMC Fine Art Exhibition, which will be on display from the end of June 2018 in the Hammer Health Sciences Center. This exhibit will showcase works by CUIMC’s talented students, faculty, and staff and their family members.

Read on for event details and instructions on how to submit your art for the exhibition and the event brochure.


Ninth Annual CUIMC Fine Art Exhibition

WhatAn art show featuring hundreds of works by CUIMC community members
WhereHammer Health Sciences Center, 701 W. 168th St. (at Fort Washington Avenue)
WhenJoin us Saturday, July 7, 4:30–7:30 p.m., for an opening reception with food, beverages, music, and—of course—art.
WhoAll students, faculty, and staff at CUIMC are welcome to submit artwork for possible inclusion in the show.
HowTo register artwork, please email Irina Kulichenkova at In your email please include the following for the art piece(s) you intend to submit:

1) Artist name
2) Artist's CUIMC position (school, graduation year, specialty, department, etc.)
3) Artwork title
4) Artwork medium
5) Artwork dimensions
6) Any special display requirements (consider that 2-D art will be hung on wall hooks
7) Photograph of the artwork

Further details regarding submission of the physical artwork, which will occur the week of June 18, will follow.

Brochure Art Competition

This year’s brochure for the CUIMC Fine Art Exhibition will feature work by a CUIMC artist, selected through a competitive, juried process. To submit art for consideration, send a photograph of your work to We will accept submissions beginning June 1. The brochure competition is open only to those participating in the exhibition.

Please follow us on Instagram @artsinmedicine and share photos of your artworks using #cuimcartsinmedicine.

Contact: Irina Kulichenkova

Colorful glass sculptures

“Neurons” by Steve Erde, College of Dental Medicine