2014 Biennial Members ExhibitionOctober 25, 2014 - January 25, 2015
Reception: Sunday, October 26 from 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm.
Originally developed to showcase the talent of our member artists, the exhibition remains one of the most impactful ways to celebrate the important role our members play in the cultural life of our community. Open to most media and all themes, the exhibition promises to spotlight a diverse group of students, emerging artists, mid-career and established professional artists. The juror for the 2014 Biennial is Arthur Dion, Director of Gallery NAGA.
Artists featured in this biennial include: Deborah Baronas, Judy Bergman Hochberg, Molly Blumberg, Pat Campbell, Diane Chester-Demicco, Bill Davison, Christopher Dewart, Sarah Dewart, Linda DiFrenna, William Dooley, Thomas Durand, Cynthia Eid, Temple Fawcett, Ellen Fisher, Phyllis Flora, Yetti Frenkel, Virginia Fresina, Paula Garbarino, Ania Gilmore, Sandra Golbert, Reme Gold, Steven Hahn, Wendy Hale, Sarah Hess, Ruth Hodges, Nancy Koenigsberg, Mike Korsak, Edward Krent, David Lang, Yanick Lapuh, Jaeok Lee, Robin MacDonald-Foley, Caitlyn Marsh, Annie Meyer, Dan Molyneux, Irina Okula, Michael Pietragalla, William Rae, Amanda Rebelo, Michael Rohde, Meryl Ruth, Chuck Sharbaugh, Peter Snyder, Steven Travis, Alan Weinstein, Muffy Young, and Christina Zwart.
Fuller Craft Museum is thrilled to have Arthur Dion, Director of Gallery NAGA in Boston, MA as the juror for the 2014 Biennial Members Exhibition. Please see below for Mr. Dion’s biographical information. Please read the following specifications carefully.
About the Juror
Arthur Dion is Gallery Director of Gallery NAGA, Boston, MA. Arthur Dion led NAGA for thirty years before arranging with his longtime associate Meg White the transition through which she became the gallery’s managing partner in 2011. From 1989 through 2009 Arthur was president of the Boston Art Dealers Association. Arthur was the founding director of School One, a small private alternative high school in Providence, RI, which is currently celebrating its fortieth birthday.