Notifications of accepted or rejected work: Friday, September 20th.
Hand delivery of accepted work Saturday, October 12th, 2019, 10-2 pm and Tuesday, October 15th, 2019, 10-3 pm or by scheduled appointment. Shipped work received by Tuesday, October 15th, 2019
Opening Reception, Friday, October 18th, 2019, 5-8pm
Award Ceremony and Juror Talk, Sunday, October 20th, 2019 1 pm
Closing Reception, Friday, November 8th, 2019, 6-8 pm
Pick up work Friday, November 8th, at 8 pm after the closing reception or Saturday, November 9th, 2019, 10-2 pm. Work needed to be shipped back will be packaged on Saturday, November 9th, and returned using original packing material.
A return slip must be included in your packaging or it will not be accepted. Works without return slips will become Oxford Arts Alliance property after 30 days if the return slip is not mailed. Include your cost of the return slip in the price of your artwork should your artwork sells during the exhibition.
Read our prospectus for delivery/return of work and liability information
(Left) Mary Jo Fitz, Finding Balance, ceramic, 10.5" x 13.5" - 11.5" x 9" - 18" x 10"
(Right) Lynda Schmid, Map of Departure, archival pigmented print on handmade paper, tea, 17" x 26"
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Learn about our Juror:
Juror – Ryan Grover, Curator as Biggs Museum of American Art.
Ryan Grover is an experienced Curator with a demonstrated history of working in the museum industry with strengths in American art, contemporary art and public programming.
Mr. Grover is skilled in exhibitions, publications, writing for many audiences, fund raising, donor development, board relations, capital projects and team development. He has a Master's degree focused in Art History, Criticism and Conservation from University of Wisconsin-Madison.
He is curator of an important collection of American fine and decorative arts, with regional strengths, made from 1700 to the present. He is in charge of all aspects of the collection: curation, registration, exhibitions, installation and interpretation.
His position also encompasses key project responsibilities in grant writing, donor cultivation, foundation cultivation, budget supervision, capital improvement/expansion, state government relations, committee organization, long-range planning, outreach, all forms of scholarly and popular education and content production for on-line media and publishing.
2019 Juried Exhibition Awards
Catherine M. Renzi
Four Seasons: Cinder Blocks, oil on panel
Map of Departure, archival pigmented print on handmade paper, tea
Donna Berk Barlup
Reflections On An Autumn Night, watercolor
Alexander M. Gray
Aqueduct at Warren, Albemarle County, Virginia, woodcut
Half Pint, Paper, oil
Landlines, repurposed plastic gesso paint enamel paint clear silicone game pieces plastic tape on corrugated plastic