52nd International Award Exhibition
This is the 52nd Annual International Exhibition, the only all-media internationally promoted exhibition of its type in the region.
The submission deadline was March 8, 2013, 11:59 pm. No more submissions are being accepted at this time.
The International Exhibition is closed for new entries.
at Oceanside Museum of Art
Daniel Foster has a distinguished 25-year career in innovative and fine/contemporaryarts and museum leadership and programming. Additionally, Foster is a proven nonprofit
executive and fundraiser – having raised $25 million over the past nine years.
In October 2012, Foster became the Executive Director of the Oceanside Museum of
Art (OMA) leaving his role as the President/CEO of The Community Foundation Serving
Riverside & San Bernardino Counties (a $60 million philanthropic and arts leader
in the Inland Empire). Previous to TCF, Foster was the Executive Director of the Riverside
Art Museum and widely regarded as a key visionary leader in establishing the city
of Riverside into the “City of Arts & Innovation”. Currently, Foster is the Founding
Board Chair of the newly launched nonprofit arts council for San Bernardino County,
Earlier in his career, Foster produced outstanding adult education programs for ten years at the San Diego Art Institute – over a couple of periods spanning from 1988 to
2003 – in addition to working at the Headlands Center for the Arts (Sausalito, CA), the University Art Gallery at UCSD, and the San Francisco Art Institute.
Academically, Foster received a Master’s of Fine Arts w/honors in New Genres and Painting/Sculpture from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1995, and a Bachelor of
Science degree in Entrepreneurship/Business at the University of Southern California in 1988. Additionally, Foster has pursued three years of full-time studies in philosophy, science and studio art at the University of California, San Diego (Revelle College). Some of Foster’s strongest arts education influences came from Allan Kaprow, Italo Scanga, Ernest Silva, Kim MacConnel, and David Antin.
Mr. Foster will be the third Executive Director at Oceanside Museum of Art.
Total of $6,750 in Awards
$2,000 (1) Board of Directors Award
$1,000 (1) Jurors Choice Award
$500 (1) Digital Art Guild Award
$500 (1) Hoffman Trust Award
$500 (5) Honorable Mention Award
$250 (1) Media Services Award