Juried Show Spring 2022

Not The World We Used to Know - Juried Art Show

Each day we find ourselves living in unprecedented times. This show asks artists to explore the idea of the before and after, whether that be on a large scale such as pre- and post- COVID-19, or on a more personal, intimate scale such as graduation, popping a bubble, or learning a new song. We are always growing and changing, moving forward through time. Positive and negative, this isn’t the world we used to know. What does that look like to you?

Submissions open Dec 2, 2021 - February 6, 2022.

Show runs at the UC Gallery Monday, February 28 to Friday, April 8, 2022.

  • Opening Reception to be held Friday, March 4, from 4-7pm.
  • Awards will be distributed during the Opening Reception.
  • There is no fee for entry.

 If selected, jury notifications will go out by Monday, February 14, 2022.

  • If notified, artwork must be dropped off at the UC Gallery between Monday, February 21 - February 25, 2022 by 5 p.m.
  • Art pieces should be ready to hang, install or show.

 Current students and faculty/staff will be eligible for awards;

  • Director's Choice
  • Jurors' Choice (2 available)
  • Best in Show
  • Honorable Mentions (2 available)
  • Public Choice

 

Meet the Jurors

  • Joe Grady sits on some stairs in a black and white picture

    Joe Grady

    Joseph Grady (Blackfeet) has an educational background in Social Work, Cultural, Racial Diversity, and the Arts at the University of Montana. Joseph works as an Academic Advisor at UM, and is also a Stage & Indy Film Actor, Artist & Painter, Singer, Writer, Policy & Social Justice Advocate.

  • Adrianne Smith poses for a picture

    Adrianne Smith

    Adrianne Smith studied Political Science at the University of Memphis before receiving her master's in Organizational Leadership at Gonzaga University. She is the Director of both the University Center and James Todd Center at the University of Montana.

  • Amanda Barr poses in front of a purple door

    Amanda Barr

    Amanda Barr most recently finished her MFA in Studio Arts and MA in Art History at the University of Montana. She currently has a studio practice in Missoula as well as freelancing as a writer and designer, and is the Director of the University Center Gallery at the University of Montana.