“Every artist has a reason to create, a message to communicate; I like to be able to see that message. The message may be mystery, self-examination, exuberance, experimentation, clarity, interpretation of a subject, discoveries, or so much more. When curating or jurying shows, my primary commitment is to the object, and my goal is to choose works that communicate the artist’s message.”. - Sharon Campbell, Juror
Entry fee is non-refundable and due when entry is submitted. Proceeds fund BRAC operating expenses.
JUROR: SHARON CAMPBELL
Sharon graduated with a degree in studio art from Wesleyan College in Macon, Georgia (she had a key to the art building), and earned an MFA in studio art, with extra courses in art history, from UNC- Chapel Hill.
She was director of the Greenville County Museum School of Art; has curated and co-curated exhibitions for the Greenville County Museum, the Asheville Art Museum, Furman University, and other venues; consulted with collectors; appraised fine art and contemporary studio craft for individuals and corporations; and taught studio art, art appreciation, and art history for a variety of organizations.
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