10th Annual Juried Exhibition 2022
Exhibition Dates: March 25 – May 6, 2022
Public Opening Reception: March 25 5-8pm
Gallery Hours: Tuesday through Saturday 10 am - 4 pm
Featured artists: Melissa Arnold, Miranda Maher, Keegan Adams, Susan Twining, John Saile, Charles Wisseman, Joyce Gold, Claire Bowman, Jennifer Leach, Meryl Engler, J. Leigh Garcia, Henry Obeng, Judith Quinn Garnett, Patricia Brett, Anne Marble, Thomas Macie, Diane Britt, Char Norman, Sage Serrano, Veronica Pham, Raluca Iancu, Lisa Schonberg, Wendy Partridge, Jennifer Scheuer, Sarah Schlosser, Alan Pocaro, Linda McConaughy, Kimberly Obee, Ciel Rodriguez, Katharine DeLamater, Nancy Halbrooks, Emma Kayhart, Amy Childress, MaryBeth Boone, Genevieve Lapp, Hannah O'Hare Bennett, Steven Kostell, Virginia Yazbeck, Dorsey Hogg, Anne Kelly, Deborah French
Beginning in the new year, The Morgan Conservatory will be holding our 10th annual Juried Exhibition. The process is beginning now for submissions for the exhibition on view March 25th. Our jurors this year are Sienna Brown, a curator at the Cleveland Clinic, and Jared Ledesma, the senior curator at the Akron Art Museum. The theme of the exhibition is Introspection / Retrospection. Any piece that can fall under this category, and consists of 50% paper is eligible as a submission.
This opportunity is open for artists all across the country, and we love to see our own Cleveland artists submit for this exhibition. Calling forth periods of isolation throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, our vision behind the theme for this year's exhibition is to celebrate the art that was conceived in times of isolation and reintegration, which could bring forth periods of introspection and retrospection.
The invention of paper was a catalyst to the surge of education and development of art around the world. Here at the Morgan, we not only preserve the authentic techniques of papermaking but celebrate the innovation artists are creating with paper as a medium. It continues to trigger inspiration and impact almost every aspect of our lives. With our annual juried exhibition, we are able to continue this exploration and celebration of the paper arts!
THANK YOU TO OUR CORPORATE & INDIVIDUAL SPONSORS
John & Janice Driesbach
Michael & Sarah Knoblauch
Founded in 1914, Federal Gear and Machine was one of the first gear manufacturers in Ohio. From humble beginnings on E 47th Street in a building now home to The Morgan Paper Conservatory, FGM has grown into an integrated custom gear and machining company whose parts can be found on equipment in outer space, under the ocean, and on top of the Freedom Tower in New York City. Today, Federal Gear and Machine occupies a 22,000 square foot facility in the eastern suburbs of Cleveland, Ohio, where the company continues to focus on providing exceptional value to its customers by providing precision machined parts that meet their exacting needs.