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The Janice Mason Art Museum Presents the Biannual Juried Show 2013
The Janice Mason Art Museum is pleased to announce the opening of Biannual Juried Show 2013 on Friday, May 10, beginning at 6 pm.
The Biannual Juried Show is an important undertaking for the Janice Mason Art Museum, as it brings both the museum and the local arts community to the attention of emerging and established artists across Kentucky and its surrounding states. The exhibition presents work in all media, including sculpture, painting, watercolor, photography, and textiles.
“Jurying the fifth iteration of this Biannual Juried Show has been both a privilege and a challenge,” says this year’s juror, Colin Tuis Nesbit. “The submissions to the show are representative of the diversity of work being made in this region and the talent of our local arts community.” Nesbit is the Director of University Galleries at Murray State University. He holds a BFA and MFA in drawing and printmaking and has taught university courses in drawing, printmaking, installation art, exhibition design, and professional practices for artists. His work is currently on view at the Lexington Art League.
Awards will be presented during the opening reception on Friday, May 10. The public is invited to the reception and will have the opportunity to meet many of the artists included in the exhibition. Biannual Juried Show 2013 will remain on view through June 29, 2013.
This exhibition is generously sponsored by Bank of Cadiz, with additional support from Blick Art Materials.
ABOUT THE JANICE MASON ART MUSEUM
The Janice Mason Art Museum is located at 71 Main Street in Cadiz and is open Tuesdays – Saturdays, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm and Sundays, 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Evening hours may be arranged for group tours at no charge. Admission is always free; donations are greatly appreciated.
The Kentucky Arts Council, the state arts agency, supports the Janice Mason Art Museum with state tax dollars and federal funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.