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Educators as Artists

5th Juried Exhibition
McCormack Gallery
February 1, 2024
- April 20, 2024

Educators as Artists in the McCormack Gallery includes 16 works by 11 artists who teach at seven colleges and universities in South Georgia and North Florida.

This is the 5th juried exhibition, an invitational that is shown biennially at the Albany Museum of Art. The jurors for this year’s exhibition were Chris Johnson, a printmaker and muralist, and the former director of fine arts at Andrew College, and Samantha Fields, Ed.D., lead art teacher for the Dougherty County School System.

Faculty members at Albany State University, Albany Technical College, Columbus State University, Georgia Southwestern State University, Valdosta State University, Florida State University, Florida A&M University, Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, Andrew College, Thomas University, and Tallahassee Community College were invited to enter.

Selected for this year’s exhibition were:

  • LeVetta N. Davis, Albany State University, Lavender Stream;
  • Lindsay Godin, Valdosta State University, Bed;
  • Abigail Heuss, VSU, Make Your Way Home: Collage No. 1 and Shadows and Silhouettes: Lamp No. 1;
  • Katie Kehoe, Florida State University, Portable Wildfire Shelter, 35.70642°N, 105.40669°W, Santa Fe National Forest, NM;
  • Nan Liu, Florida A&M University, Memory;
  • Edrian Mallory, Albany Technical College, Lady of Rags;
  • Scott Marini, ASU, False Sense of Security;
  • Hyekyung Hannah Seo, ATC, Downtown Albany and Vogel State Park Invites You;
  • Libby McFalls, Columbus State University, Two Doors Down and Disjointed Play;
  • Laurel J. Robinson, Georgia Southwestern State University, Very Precarious and Beware the Counter-Narrative;
  • Ansley Simmons, ASU, Experiment #12 and Experiment #18.

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