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2023 Regional Juried Exhibition
Wednesday, January 11, 2023 - Sunday, May 7, 2023
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This year’s show was juried by Nehemiah Dixon, Senior Director for Programs and Community Engagement at The Phillips Collection. Artists from the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia were invited to submit original hanging work, in any medium, to be considered. Response from the call was significant, with 170 artists submitting over 700 pieces. Dixon selected 113 pieces for the show.
The entire gallery will be both online and in-person as of January 11th. All art is available for purchase. The exhibition runs January 11-April 16, 2023.
About the Juror: Nehemiah Dixon III is the Senior Director of Programs and Community Engagement at The Phillips Collection, America’s first modern art museum located in Washington, DC. In this role he is responsible for the oversite and strategy of a robust and innovative community engagement plan, through the development and delivery of public programs, exhibitions, and commissions at both the Museum and The Phillips Collection’s satellite location (the Town Hall Education Arts Recreation Campus also known as THEARC), and the coordination of community engagement activities across DC by partnering with organizations such as the DC Public Library, The Nicholson Project, TASSC International, Washington Sculptors Group, and other local arts organizations and artists. Nehemiah collaborates deeply with his colleagues in curatorial, digital, and design staff to implement exhibitions, public programs, symposia, and workshops at the museum, online, and at the museum’s satellite location in Washington DC’s eighth ward. He oversees the Head of Public Programs, the Head of Experiential Learning, and the Manager of Community Projects.
Please call (202) 549-4172 for a viewing appointment. Work can be purchased online by clicking on the photo of the piece. Pieces in the 2023 Regional Juried Exhibition will not be available for pickup until April 16, 2023.
Click HERE to view the entire exhibit!
Click HERE to read about this year’s prize winners and honorable mentions.