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Juror Lindsey Landfried, artist, curator and director of the HUB-Robeson Galleries at Penn State University, has selected 40 artists from 88 entries for the Arts Council’s 16th Annual Juried Art Exhibition, May 30- June 21, in Schmucker Art Gallery, Gettysburg College. The public is invited to attend the opening reception on Friday, May 31, from 5-7pm, with awards at 6pm. Exhibition hours are Tuesday through Sunday, 10am-4pm. The free exhibition is presented in partnership with Schmucker Art Gallery and Director Shannon Egan, PhD.
The 2019 juried artists are Dorothea Barrick, Richard Barvainis, Alex Bellotti, Pamela J. Black, Doris Burdick, Mary Eve Cain, Gabriel Clarke, Sandra Derosiers, Loy Elliot, Andrea Finch, Linda Ifigenia Gottfried, Lisa Gohr Harman, Nanette Hatzes, Michael Hower, Brooke Jana, Kim Klabe, Julie A. Labosky Myers, Kip Laramie, Sarah Lenker, Joseph Lozano, Christina M. Lund, Charles D. Marley, Jr., Dorothy Marquet, Casey Martin, Gerard McFerren, Lisa S. McLeod-Simmons, Kate Miller, Alan Paulson, Judith Pyle, JD Pyshnik, Joh Ricci, Jaci Rice, James K. Rowland, Ted Scarpino, Tim Smith, Dennis Steinauer, Austin Stiegemeier, Dora Townsend, Jim Whetstone and Sara Williams-Haggerty.