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Last chance to vote in ArtPrize: Juror Sarah Urist Green shares ideas on how to make your votes count

by (lydiajoy)

Submitted 10-07-2015 under LOCAL LIFE

With two days left to vote in ArtPrize Seven, stakes are higher than ever as the prize winners will soon be announced. ArtPrize is one of few major art events which incorporates both a jury panel and public voting. Now that the Top 20 Finalists have...

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Shortlist reveals insight into juror selection process

by (Holly)

Submitted 09-30-2014 under NEWS

On Monday at 7 p.m., the category jurors for this year's ArtPrize competition revealed their top selections to the public in the ArtPrize HUB (41 Sheldon Avenue SE). The event, broadcast live on WOODTV 8 and at Rosa Parks Circle, included juror...

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ArtPrize seeks to broaden conversation in 2014 programming, events

by (Elizabeth Roger...)

Submitted 09-22-2014 under NEWS

In the sixth year of ArtPrize, there are 1,537 entries and 174 venues for visitors to navigate. The self-proclaimed "radically open art competition" continues to refine its approach toward the dialogue and exchange between public and...

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New ArtPrize voting structure emphasizes public versus juror debate

by (Elizabeth Roger...)

Submitted 09-19-2014 under LOCAL LIFE

In an effort to continue broadening the discussion between public and expert opinions, ArtPrize has changed the prize system for this year which may affect how the public decides to vote. The much talked about Top 10 will become the Final 20, split...

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To make art is to dance naked in public, says art critic and ArtPrize juror Jerry Saltz

by (alexfluegel)

Submitted 10-03-2012 under OPINION

“If you’re gay, you know when you’re young. If you’re a ventriloquist, you know when you’re young. There’s another thing people know they are when they’re young – artists,” Saltz began to...

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