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52nd Annual Juried Undergraduate Exhibition

Exhibition: February 18 – March 20, 2020
Reception & Awards Ceremony: Thursday, February 27 from 5-7 p.m.

52nd Annual Juried Undergraduate Exhibition

 Installation View from the 52nd Annual Juried Undergraduate Exhibition

Western Carolina University’s Annual Juried Undergraduate Exhibition is one of the longest-running Catamount art traditions.

For emerging artists, this exhibition is an extraordinary opportunity to share their artwork with a larger public and to enhance their skills in presenting artwork in a professional gallery setting. Their work is reviewed by an outside art professional who has the challenge of making selections from the many talented students who submit an application. This year, the exhibition is juried by Tracey Morgan, owner of Tracey Morgan Gallery in Asheville. 

There will be a reception and awards ceremony on Thursday, February 27, from 5-7 p.m. at the museum. 

EXHIBITING STUDENT ARTISTS

Victoria Alexander, Christopher Cagle, Cristina Colom, Kelsey L. Dozier, Jeremy Gilbert, Mariah Harris, Connor, Henderson, Kaitlyn James, Zoë Koval, Sarah Tess Kunkleman, Tracie Macias, Winston Massey, Christina Perry, Kristen Price, Hallie Sholar, Melinda Solorio, Marguerite Suminski, Justin Toms, Aleaha Waldroup, Maya White, Katie Williamson, and Sierra Wills.

THE JUROR | TRACEY MORGAN

Tracey Morgan is the owner of Tracey Morgan Gallery in Asheville, NC. She has over twenty years of gallery and research experience, including over a decade specializing in photographic based art work. In her career, she has worked as a Director for Eaton Fine Art, FL; Yancey Richardson Gallery, NY; Pace/MacGill Gallery, NY; and as a private dealer before opening Tracey Morgan Gallery in January 2017. Her gallery specializes in contemporary photography, works on paper, painting, sculpture, and installation by emerging and established artists from the United States and abroad.

She also works to promote the visual arts in the community by highlighting work created by regional artists or pertaining to Western North Carolina. Each year, she presents a rotation of well-researched exhibitions by individual artists as well as curated group shows that explore historical and contemporary themes.

WCU Fine Art Museum exhibitions and receptions are free and open to the public, with parking available on site. For more information about the Museum, please click here.

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