Gender in the Balance
National Juried Art Exhibition

Aug 3 - Sep 14

Juror: Judith K. Brodsky, Distinguished Professor Emerita, Visual Arts, Rutgers University and Founding Director, The Brodsky Center, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.

Opening Reception, Sat., Aug 3, 3 - 6pm

Artists Talks: Sat., Aug 17 & Sep 7, 3-4pm 

Gender in the Balance explores gender’s place in contemporary art and culture. It features works that engage with aesthetics of “feminine” and “masculine” representation as well as artworks that situate gender within its complex intersections with race, class, and sexuality.

Hannah Altman (Richmond, VA)
Julie Ashton (Los Altos, CA)
Anne Beidler (Atlanta, GA)
Meghan Bissonnett (Grand Junction, CO)
Sara Biggs Chaney & Michael Chaney,
(White River Junction, VT) Second Prize
Daniel Cosentino (Rochester, NY)
Helen Cox (Long Beach, CA)
Renee Cuny (Los Angeles, CA) Honorable Mention
Christopher Daniggelis (Columbia, MO)
Kevin Eaton (West Hollywood, CA)
Robert Gann (Pukalani, HI)
Kay Gordon (Brooklyn. NY)
Sharon Harper (Springfield, MO)
Heidi Jensen (Muncie, IN)
Joe Klaus (Bayside, NY)

Alfredo Levanti (Caracas)
Dan McCormack (Accord, NY) Juror’s Prize
Tanner Messer (Canton, NC)
C.B. Murphy (Marine on St Croix, MN)
Katie Ott (Pittsburgh, PA)
Paul Plumadore (Milanville, PA)
Steven Rasmusse (Salt Lake City, UT)
A.M. Schaer (Houston, TX)
Teresa Shields (Jenkintown, PA)
Anne Spence (Milford, NJ)
Dylan Staniszewski (Skaneateles, NY)
Alan Vincent (Boston, MA)
Catherine Walker (Greenville, NC)
Mia Weiner (Chicago, IL)

About the Juror: Judith K. Brodsky is Distinguished Professor Emerita, Visual Arts, Rutgers University and Founding Director, the Brodsky Center, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. She is co-founder and co-director of the Rutgers Institute for Women and Art which oversees The Feminist Art Project, a national program to promote understanding of the role of women artists in the cultural milieu.

Brodsky has organized and curated many exhibitions and written extensively about women and prints.  She was a contributor to the first comprehensive history of the American women’s movement in art, called The Power of Feminist Art and with her colleague, Ferris Olin, curates exhibitions such as How American Women Artists Invented Postmodernism, and Eccentric Bodies, under the Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series, which they direct.