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Wed June 4, 2014
Associated Artists of Winston-Salem Presents "Dimensions: A 50th Anniversary"
Dimensions, A 50th Anniversary is a national juried exhibition in the Triad presented every year since 1964 by Associated Artists of Winston-Salem. This year’s juror is Penland School of Crafts’ Jean McLaughlin. The Best in Show will receive $1,000, $500 for 2nd Place, $250 for 3rd and $50 for Honorable Mentions. Dimensions, A 50th Anniversary opens this Friday with a free reception at the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts. Associated Artists of W-S Executive Director Piers Clarkson spoke with David Ford about this milestone event. He was joined by artist, and Gallery Coordinator Bryce Hauser who’ll be curating the national exhibit.
Dimensions, A 50th Anniversary in the Womble Carlyle Gallery opens this Friday, June 6th from 5-7pm with a free reception at the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts. Associated Artists has a busy summer in store following Dimensions with the July show Summer in the Village at Reynolda Village, followed in August and September by the Allegacy’s Keener Gallery exhibit, and the concluding all-member show in the Womble Carlyle Gallery.