36th Annual Juried Student Exhibition juried by Brian Jobe

 Clay Palmer "Shining as Illuminators in a Court of Injustice

Clay Palmer, "Shining as Illuminators in a Court of Injustice", 2018, oil on canvas, 20" x 20" x 1.5"

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Tuesday, December 18 11:59pm (deadline)
Last day to submit online entries
Friday, January 4
Notification of acceptance in the 36th Annual Juried Student Exhibition
Sunday, February 3, 2PM
Jurors' Lecture, open to the public, ACB Lecture Hall (Art & Communication Building(ACB) RM 310)
Monday, January 7 through Friday, January 11
Accepted artworks delivered to AMUM 142 CFA Building, 9am-4:30pm each day
Sunday, February 3, 3:00pm-6:00pm
Opening Reception for 36th Annual Juried Student Exhibition, presentation of awards @4:30pm
Monday, March 4-Thursday, March 7
Artists pick up work in AMUM 142 CFA Building, 9am-4:30pm each day

36th Annual Juried Student Exhibition
Selected by Brian Jobe

Featured Artists:

Bailee Ross
Clay Palmer
Davey Mann
Denzel Sterling Porter
Elise Wilson
Ivy Edwards
Jessica Williams
Jordan Fisher
Julie Darling
Judith Dierkes
Kaitlyn Dunn
Kristen Williams
Morgan Postelle
Nicholas Svoboda
Noa Fodrie
Regina Cole
Richard Echols
Robert Samuel Fairchild IV
Stephanie Curry
Tracy Treadwell
Zahria Cook

Juror: Brian Jobe

Brian Russell Jobe (American, b. 1981) is an artist, educator, independent curator, and non-profit co-director based in Nashville, TN.

In 2015, Brian and Carolyn Jobe founded Locate Arts, an organization that connects and promotes contemporary visual art in Tennessee. Presently, he is the Co-Executive Director of Locate Arts + Seed Space. He also teaches art courses at Lipscomb University.

Jobe's studio practice is focused on sculpture, installation, and public art. His solo exhibitions/ projects have been on view at venues such as Mixed Greens Gallery (New York, NY), Blue Star Contemporary Art Museum (San Antonio, TX), the University of Wyoming (Laramie, WY), the University of Tennessee College of Architecture + Design (Knoxville, TN), and the McNay Art Museum (San Antonio, TX). Born in Houston, Texas and raised in Memphis, Tennessee, Jobe received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Tennessee in 2004 and Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 2006. After living in Brooklyn, NY for a time, he relocated with his wife, painter Carolyn Jobe, to Tennessee.


$1000 University of Memphis President's Purchase Award
$1000 University of Memphis Graduate School Graduate Purchase Award
$500 ArtLab Installation Award, provided by Friends of the Art Museum
$300 Art Department Graduate Prize
$300 Art Department Undergraduate Prize
Two $100 Merchandise Certificates, provided by Art Center Supply Stores Inc.
Membership Prize, courtesy of Dixon Gallery & Gardens
Membership Prize, courtesy of Memphis Brooks Museum of Art
Membership Prize, courtesy of The Metal Museum

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