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11th Annual Juried Exhibition 2023

The Morgan is holding our 11th annual Juried Exhibition —
"Moments of Transformation"
, this year from March 24th-April 28th.
The opening reception will be hosted here at the Morgan Paper Conservatory on Friday, March 24th from 5-8pm with light snacks and refreshments. 


The process began with a call for submissions during the Fall of 2022. Any piece that can fall under the exhibition's theme and consists of 50% paper was eligible as a submission. Out of 240 submissions, our jurors hand-selected 55 artworks, representing 43 artists from 22 states ranging from Texas all the way to Connecticut. 


This year's jurors are Alexandra Coon, the executive director of the Massillon Museum, and J. Leigh Garcia, artist and Assistant Professor and Co-Area Head of Print Media & Photography at Kent State University. The jurors have selected the Best in Show and Runner Up, both receive cash prizes and will be announced during the opening reception. During the opening reception, attendees are encouraged to vote for the Viewer’s Choice award which will be announced at the end of the night and on the Morgan Conservatory’s social media (@morganpaper).


The Morgan Gallery is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10am-4pm

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Best in Show 



Best in Show: Anela Oh

Interlacing Roots 

Runner Up: David Joo

No Public Restroom

3 Morgan Awards of Merit:


Ian Welch: Times Yet Unseen 

Claire Bowman:1117 Wichita

Shift-Lab Collective - Katie Baldwin

                                Denise Bookwalter, Sarah Bryant

                                Macy Chadwick & Tricia Treacy:

Multiple Discovery 

The Prints and The Pulper™ paper studio award:

Karla Gabriela De La Fuente 
Coatlicue Series: Paper III - Espinas and Snake Skin on Chestnut 

Viewers Choice Award:

Paula Damn: Laid Out 

Colleen Couch: I Wish I Spoke Your Language 

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Participating Artist 

Claire Bowman: Cincinnati, Ohio

Diane Britt :Wakeman, Ohio

Sarah Bryant & Allison Grant: Tuscaloosa, Alabama


Shift-lab Collective:

Katie Baldwin, Denise Bookwalter, Sarah Bryant, Macy Chadwick, & Tricia Treacy: Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Danqi Cai: Knoxville, Tennessee

Bryant Chitsey: Choctaw, Oklahoma

Marika Christofides: Stillwater, Oklahoma

Eliza Clifford: Bethesda, Maryland

Hellen Colman: Chicago, Illinois

Colleen Couch: Memphis, Tennessee

Paula Damm*: Cleveland Heights, Ohio

Stephanie Damoff: Ridgewood, New York

Katharine Lark: Brooklynn, New York

Katie Delay: Ottawa Hills, Ohio

Lauren Emeritz: Washington, D.C.

Alicia Finger: Philadelphia, Pensylvannia

Karla Gabriela De La Fuente: Mission, Texas

Chenxi Gao: Denton, Texas


Suzanne Glémot: Iowa City, Iowa

William Henry: Oxford, Alabama

Melanie Antuna Hewitt: Spokane Valley,


Jeanetta Ho: Cleveland Heights, Ohio

Kyle Holland:Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Raluca Iancu: Ames, Iowa

Jonah Jacobs: Mentor, Ohio

David Joo: Alexandria, Virginia

Catherine Kramer:Miami, Florida

Haley Krob: Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Teddy Milder: Berkeley, California

Anela Ming-Yue Oh: Gatlinburg, Tennessee

Emily Orsich: North Canton, Ohio

Susan Twining: Shaker Heights, Ohio

Michael Velliquette: Madison, Wisconsin

Ian Welch: Hampton, South Carolina

Mel Rea: Cleveland Heights, Ohio

CLaire Renaut: Seattle, Washington

Sally Rose: Mount Pleasant, Michigan

Laura Russell: Tucson, Arizona

Jennifer Scheuer: Lafayette, Indianna

Lisa Schonberg: Pepper Pike, Ohio


Beth Sheehan: Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Rachel Stickney: Portage, Michigan

Mike Sweeney: Hebron, Connecticut

Kristen Tordella-Williams: Opelika, Alabama

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