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Georgia Artists Guild of Albany

27th Juried Exhibition
McCormack Gallery
November 3, 2020
- February 12, 2021

The 27th annual Georgia Artists Guild of Albany Juried members exhibition was on exhibition in the upstairs McCormack Gallery in the Albany Museum of Art from Nov 3, 2020 through Feb 12, 2021.

This was the first exhibition in the McCormack Gallery since the Jan 2, 2017 storms compromised the roof of the AMA. The gallery was renovated earlier in 2020.

Eighteen artworks by nine Guild members were entered in the competition. Participating artists were Meg Anderson , Madye Carter, Vicki Churchman, Patrick Foster, Edward Newcomb, Ray Pierotti, Mary Sumners, Jamie Towe and Chuck Ulm.

​The juror for the competition was Charles “Chazz” Williams, associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Albany State University. Williams, who joined ASU is 2004, is a professor of visual art, art appreciation and art history. He created the Arthur and Sylvia Berry Fund for the Visual and Performing Arts at ASU, and was awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities grant to develop an interdisciplinary Museum and Heritage Studies minor program at the university. He earned his MFA at Florida State University and serves on the Albany Museum of Art Board of Trustees.

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