MURRAY – Murray Point out University’s Office of Art & Structure and Murray State University Galleries will be presenting The Magic Silver Display: The Elena Diane Curris Juried Pictures Exhibition, on watch in the Clara M. Eagle Key Gallery from Sept. 8 by Oct. 18. The exhibition, which functions 83 will work by 45 national and global artists, is an open-theme exhibition that showcases the function of regional, countrywide and international artists performing in all photo media, including but not confined to conventional black and white or color pictures, experimental or nontraditional light-weight sensitive processes, digital media, movie and video.
The Magic Silver Display gatherings will include a juror discuss by artist Sherri Nienass Littlefield, having put Sept. 8 at 5 p.m. in space 623 of the Clara M. Eagle Gallery. This will be followed by an opening reception.
Admission to this juried occasion is no cost and open to the general public.
The Magic Silver Show commenced in the mid-1970s as a juried exhibition developed to persuade, foster knowledge, and reward individuals associated in photographic media. The exhibition returns to Murray Point out beneath the sponsorship of Dr. Constantine and Jo Curris, and is in memory of their daughter, Elena. Dr. Curris was the sixth president of Murray Point out. The exhibit is funded by an endowment to the visible arts by relatives and pals of Elena Diane Curris to memorialize her generous and adventurous spirit and to help the power and status of the visible arts at Murray Condition. Elena attained an associate diploma in communications from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York and a bachelor’s diploma in advertising, communications and images from the College of Alabama at Tuscaloosa. More than the training course of her career, Curris labored with the Mirabella journal, the Ralph Lauren Company and California State College at Long Beach front. She also managed a lifelong passion for pictures and the arts.
Magic Silver Show juror Sherri Nienass Littlefield is a New York Metropolis based curator and photographer intrigued in knowledge, collaborative assignments, and the use of modern day artwork towards social excellent. Littlefield was the director of Foley Gallery from 2016-2019, and was the Interim Director of ClampArt in 2020. Projects curated by Littlefield have been highlighted at PULSE Artwork Truthful, AIPAD, the Huffington Submit, Artnet, DNAinfo New York, and Whitewall magazine. She has served as a juror and reviewer for several competitions, like Photograph Lucida Significant Mass (2020), PDN’s The Curator (2019), Photoville and PDN’s Photograph Plus. She was a reviewer in the course of the prestigious Palm Springs Photograph Pageant in September 2020.
As a photographer, Littlefield has exhibited her artwork internationally, like the Brighton Photograph Biennial, the Orlando Museum of Artwork, the Aperture Basis and the Museum of Present-day Artwork — Georgia. Due to the fact 2018, she has served on the advisory board of the New York Chapter of the American Modern society of Media Photographers.
Littlefield has formerly been on college at the Savannah College of Art and Layout (2012-2015) and Parsons University of Layout. (2015-2018). For supplemental curatorial projects, you should abide by treatgallery.org.