The Miller Art Museum will unveil its 46th Juried Annual exhibition to the public Sept. 25 with a scaled-back, in-person opening reception, 5-6:30 pm, followed by remarks and awards at 6 pm.
In keeping with this show’s tradition, the selections are contemporary, two-dimensional works by regional artists in a broad array of media, subjects and styles. Each submission was carefully evaluated, and three jurors made the selections: Patrick Smith, exhibitions preparator at the Art Institute of Chicago; Terri Warpinski, professor emerita of art at the University of Oregon; and artist and educator Leslie Iwai.
This is the first year when artists from across the state were eligible to submit work, and the increased number – 71 works by 61 artists – will be displayed as a full museum exhibition, through Nov. 8, in both the main galleries on the lower level and the second-floor Ruth Morton Miller Mezzanine.
Mask wearing is strongly recommended, and visitors are asked to practice social distancing. Call 920.746.0707 or visit millerartmuseum.org to find out more.