Annual Juried Exhibition: What the World is Today” Artists Reception

Juried Exhibition
exploring experiences of the present

ABOUT THE EXHIBITION:
Artists were invited to interpret the theme “What the World is Today” in any way they chose. The exhibition will be on view in person in the CAC’s spacious Duke Gallery and as a digital gallery on the this website.
This exhibition invited artists from Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, and Delaware, eighteen years of age or older. Pieces must have been completed in 2020 or 2021.

Wine will be served at the reception.

OUR JUROR: Marina Gutierrez
Marina Gutierrez is a mixed media artist living and working in New York City.
Her combinations of ‘traditional’ and post industrial material form visual
narratives, reflecting themes of personal and cultural history, political events
and ecological commentary. She has received New York Foundation for the
Arts and Joan Mitchel Fellowships and co-authored ART / VISION / VOICE
Cultural Conversations in Community, published in 2005. For nearly four
decades Gutierrez directed the Cooper Union Saturday Program, providing
free studio courses to over 10 thousand students from New York City’s public
high schools