Fort Lewis College plans online opening reception for student juried art exhibit

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    By Lauren Savage
    Fort Lewis College

    Fort Lewis College’s (FLC) Art Gallery is pleased to host the 60th annual Student Juried Exhibition showcasing the artwork of FLC’s art students and selected by Arielle Meyers.

    FLC’s annual juried exhibition occurs every spring semester. The show is designed and installed by students and will include many forms of media that will be judged in our professional gallery setting, where students will have a chance to win awards and prizes. 

    The talented art students at Fort Lewis College consistently produce creative, high quality artworks every year that inspire and impress the community. This exhibition will be on display at the on-campus Art Gallery located inside Art Hall. You will not want to miss out on the creative, diverse and elaborate works of art at this year’s 60th annual Student Juried Exhibition. 

    The opening reception will be Thursday, March 25, from 4:30 to 6 p.m. via Zoom. Join the conversation by following the link: https://fortlewis.zoom.us/j/93838711103.

    Out of an abundance of caution, the Art Gallery is not taking general public visitors at this time. We encourage you to join us for the Zoom opening to celebrate the wonderful work made by FLC students.

    For more information on the gallery, visit: https://www.fortlewis.edu/academics/schools-departments/departments/art-design-department/art-gallery.

    About the juror

    Arielle M. Myers, the juror of Fort Lewis’ 60th annual Student Juried Exhibition, is an art curator, writer and researcher. She is the owner and curator of The Valley, a contemporary art gallery in Taos, N.M., which opened in November 2020. She earned her MA from CU Boulder in the Art and Art History Department; her research focus was contemporary art in Eastern Europe. She was the chief curator at Union Hall in Denver, Colo., as well as holding previous positions at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, University of Colorado Boulder, NINE dot ARTS in Denver, and Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York City.