Anna Roach, Gladys & Ola, Oil & graphite on wood, last year's Best of Show Award.
31st Annual Juried Student Exhibition
February 8 – March 19
Opening reception Friday, February 7, from 5-7:30 p.m., with awards announced at 6:30.
This annual competitive exhibition showcases work by University of Memphis art students.
Students who have taken an art class in the past year may submit up to two works in
any media. An outside judge will select the work to include in the exhibition and
Miranda Lash, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the New Orleans Museum of
Art is the judge for the 31st Annual Juried Student Exhibition. At NOMA Lash manages
the 20th and 21st century permanent collection, the Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture
Garden and temporary exhibitions of contemporary art including Dario Robleto: the
Prelives of the Blues, Swoon: Thalassa and Wayne Gonzales: Light to Dark/Dark to Light.
A native of Los Angeles, Lash received her bachelor's degree from Harvard University
and her master's degree in art history from Williams College. Lash will a lecture
at the University on Thursday, January 23, at 7pm in (Art Communication Building)
ACB room 310.
AMUM is pleased to announce that Freeman Brown III has been selected by Lash as recipient
of this year's ArtLab Award.
Exhibition awards are provided by The Art Center, Inc., The University of Memphis
Graduate School, Friends of the Art Department and Art Museum.