To encourage the pursuit of art, music and the written word


About The NC Artists Exhibition 


From a small exhibition in 1964, the North Carolina Artists Exhibition has evolved to be the largest annual all media juried exhibition in NC. It offers artists an opportunity to present their work and be juried by a renowned art professional. The Exhibition space at the Contemporary Art Museum located in downtown Raleigh,  enhances viewing opportunities and purchase of the artists' works by the public through open artist talks, opening and closing receptions, and First Friday Gallery walks. 


Key Dates for Artists Entering the 2020 Artists Exhibition 


Application submission through Call for Entry (CaFE) opens - October 7


Submission Deadline: January 8


Acceptance notification: by January 31


Juried art delivery: Feb. 17 - 21


Opening: March 8


Exhibition Dates: March 8 - June 14


2020 Prospectus 


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2020 Exhibition Location

CAM Raleigh  

409 W. Martin St., Raleigh, NC 27603

CONTEMPORARY ART MUSEUMGallery Hours:

Thurs. – Friday: 12:00 pm-6:00 pm, 

Sat.– Sunday: 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Tuesday & Wednesday by appointment

Open late for First Friday until 10:00 pm

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Click Here for the 2019 Juror's Lecture by Chad Alligood


Questions:  Jan Woodard, Chair 

 

2020 North Carolina Artists Exhibition  

CAM Raleigh 

March 8 - June 14, 2020


Meet the 2020 Exhibition Juror, Nat Trotman 

Photo David M. Heald, Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York.

Nat Trotman, formerly of North Carolina is currently Curator of Performance and Media at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, where he oversees the museum’s collection and presentation of time-based artworks, including performance, video, film, sound, and other media. Since joining the Guggenheim in 2001,  he has organized and co-organized numerous exhibitions for the museum’s international network. He has also developed performative and site-specific projects for the Guggenheim including development of catalogue essays for many exhibitions. Trotman has also published on the work of Matthew Barney and Joseph Beuys, Erica Baum, Brendan Fernandes, Alyson Shotz, and others. He holds an M.Phil. from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York and is a graduate of the Whitney Museum’s Independent Study Program. Photo: David M. Heald, Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York 




Juried Art  2019 Artists Exhibition

BETH BARGER, Strawberry Fields oil $1,800
JULESSA BARNES, Heartbreak, sterling silver, maple wood, porcupine quills, acrylic $1,200
JULESSA BARNES, Dreamer, sterling silver, acrylic, agate $700
NANCY BASS, Landscape Vision, oil $1,800
SOLD EDWARD BAXTER, When Cotton was King and Labor was Free SOLD
CHRISTER BERG Michale Goinsseer, dreamer, maker, teacher, renaissance man $700
BARBARA BIRGE Kitely's Farm, OIL $900
SOLD ANNIE BLAZEJACK, UFO POV, oil on panel SOLD
JENNY BLAZING No Harvesters: Bruegel's Missing Painting, acrylic and collage $1,300
JOSEPH BOUNDS, Echo Eye, oil on canvas $3,000
JOSEPH BOUNDS, Returning Blush, oil on canvas $5,000
SUSAN BRABEAU, Calladiums, oil and enamel $4,300
SUSAN BRABEAU, Calladiums, oil and enamel
RAJ BUNNAG, Murder Cartel Deathride, relief linocut
RAJ BUNNAG Weedsquatch & The Gorilla Glue Guardian, linocut
SOLD RACHEL CAMPBELL, Frida and I on a Snow Day, oil on linen SOLD
GRIFFIN CARRICK, Chaotic Splendor, card stock $1,000
KENNEDI CARTER, Skye, photography $1,500
KENNEDI CARTER East Durham Love Story $1,500
CAITLIN CARY, Green Department Store, NC, fabric, paper, stitch $2,300
CAITLIN CARY, Nash & Edcombe County Economic Development $2,300
DAVIS CHOUN, Pins 15, Assemblage on wood panel; wooden clothespins, stain, dye $4,900
PETER CONSTANTINOU, Untitled 2, C-print $500
PETER CONSTANTINOU, Untitled, C print $500
SOLD ROBERT EOFF, Foggy Morning on South Holston, Watercolor on paper SOLD
MICHAEL ERCISSON, Storm Over Lake Wylie, watercolor $850.
SOLD MEAGHAN EVANS, Sciamachy, clay tile and rebar SOLD
SOLD MEAGHAN EVANS , Quietus, clay tile and rebar SOLD
IRISOL GONZALEZ Alemendro acrylic on canvas $4,200
IRISOL GONZALEZ, The Condition of Latin America, acrylic on canvas $5,500
SOLD MARK GORDON, Red Goblet Arch, clay SOLD
JULIE ANNE GREENBERG System X Irma, Installation, mixed media screen print on cut and reassembled $6,575.
JULIE ANNE GREENBERG, System XV Nicole: Defied Forecasts by Steadily Organizing $8,750
SOLD ONAY GUTIERREZ, Grieving I, clay underglaze, Swarovski crystal SOLD
JANE HALL Twilight Forest, Fiber $1,025
MORGAN HILL, Restore Your Agency II, various scorched woods, resin, magnets $7,400
ELISA HOFFMAN, Queen's Walker, plasma cut aluminum, steel, walker $3,600
EPIPHANY KNEDLER, Grounds, Archival inkjet print $400
SAM LASRIS, Unearthed, mixed media collage $1,000
SARA METHOD, Reclaimed, assorted fibers and reclaimed barn wood $450.
SARA METHOD, Reclamation, assorted fibers, reclaimed window, glass $1,500.
JOHN MILES, Sunday Funday, collage on canvas $3,000.
SOLD ARRY MOORE, Green Sea Foam, ceramics SOLD
SOLD LARRY MOORE, Whale Tears, stoneware SOLD
QUOCTRUNG NGUYEN, Skin, silk acrylic, push pin on wood $1,200.
SUSAN NUTALL, Octopoda, recycled wine corks epoxy clay $5,800.
PETER OAKLEY, Card Reader, hand carved Tuscany marble $5,500.
PETER OAKLEY, Sine Plate, hand carved Perla Nera black marble $7,000.
ELIZABETH O'CONNOR, Kits Creek, insta mini fuji film $225.
ELIZABETH OCONNOR, Weaver Family, insta mini Fujifilm $225.
PAULA O'MALLEY, Heart of the Sound, photograph $425.
NICK OSETEK, Tiger Lily Pipe Dreams, pen and ink $1,200.
COREY PEMBERTON, "Still I will proudly declare that there is something queer", acrylic, ash veneer, inkjet print, vinyl wallpaper on panel. $1,700.
COREY PEMBERTON," If the door was ever open", acrylic, photo tranfer, inkjet pritns on panel $1,500
MARTHA PETTY, The Arc of the Moral Universe, Tulip Poplar recycled book pages, muslin, PVA glue $1,800
SOLD ROSS PFEIFFER, Turkish Ewer, live oak, cherry, holly, nu gold, paint SOLD
ERIC SERRITELLA, Flow, ceramic SOLD
SOLD ERIC SERRITELLA, Paper Birch Basket, ceramic SOLD
SOLD DAMIAN STAMER, After Lange 22, oil on panel SOLD
GIBBY WAITZKIN, Reflection of Beauty, mixed, sculpture, handmade fibers, paper woven $2,750.
GIBBY WAITZKIN, Reflection at Sunset, Mixed sculpture, handmade fibers, paper woven $3,000.
SOLD CATHERINE WALKER, Ghosts of Certaldo, linocut SOLD
ZAK WEINBERG, Truth, lasercut, stained birch plywood $10,000.


2019 Award Winners


Eric Serritella - Joyce W. Pope Grand Prize

Raj Bunnag - Juror's Choice Award

Kennedi Carter -  Juror's Choice

Julessa Barnes - Student 

Robert Eoff - Juror's  Choice 


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