To have your artwork considered for display on the Medical School Art Wall, please read the information below. Submit art work via e-mail to  The Art Wall Subcommittee reserves the right to determine the exhibition schedule of all entries selected.

Eligibility and Requirements

  • Medical School faculty, staff, students and physicians-in-training, alumni, and their respective families are eligible.
  • 1-5 submissions per artist

Artwork Regulations

  • At this time we accept wall mountable work only.
  • Original compositions only
  • Content Guidelines: entries should be recognizable as works of art by the average Medical School viewer and should not display overt sexual, pornographic, or violent connotations.

To submit your art for consideration:

  • Return completed entry form with a representative copy of each piece of artwork.
  • Digital submissions are preferred because submissions will not be returned unless otherwise requested. (Submissions can also be made with slides or photos)
  • Each piece for submission should be marked with:
    • Name of artist
    • Name of owner (if different from artist)
    • Title of Piece
    • Size of Piece (unframed)
    • Medium
    • Telephone Number

Framing Regulations (For Accepted Works)

  • Works on paper must be framed under glass/ plexiglass.
  • Framing of works on canvas is at discretion of artist.
  • All entries selected for exhibit must be wired, ready to hang. (Framing assistance may be available if needed.)


  • The Medical School will not be involved in sales of exhibited work; however, artist contact information may be posted.
  • If artists wish to make a donation to the Medical School scholarship fund from proceeds of private sale, please contact Keri Valdes at 713-500-5065 for more information.
  • Artwork must remain on the Art Wall for the duration of the display period by which time arrangements will have been made to return the artwork back to the artist.


  • Artwork will be given reasonable care, but the Medical School will not be liable for damage before, during, or after exhibit.