Members’ Juried

March 16 - May 6, 2018

Curated by:
Randi Hopkins
Opening Reception:
Friday, March 16, 6pm, potluck: please bring a dish large enough to share with 6 people or a $7 donation

About the Exhibition

Each year PAAM mounts upwards of 6 members’ open and juried exhibitions in which participants display their work alongside some of America’s most noteworthy artists.

Members’ Exhibitions at PAAM represent the work of contemporary artist-members of the Provincetown Art Association and Museum. Many of these artists live on Cape Cod either full-time or for part of the year. While the work varies greatly in media and approach, each artist-member joins a long roster of distinguished artists who have studied, taught, and exhibited at PAAM over the past 100 years. There is no submission fee for members’ exhibitions, but membership must be up to date.


All members in good standing are invited to submit to this juried exhibition. A juror will be announced by March. There is no theme and no size restriction, but work must arrive dry and equipped with a hanging device. All types of media welcome. 1 submission/person. There is no submission fee for members’ exhibitions.

Drop-Off Day is Tuesday, March 13 from 12-4pm. Early drop-offs are welcome the week prior during Museum hours only (Thursday-Sunday, 12-5pm). Membership must be valid through May, 2018, anyone is welcome to join or renew when dropping off work. Pick-Up Day is Tuesday, May 8 from 12-4pm.


Randi Hopkins is Director of Visual Arts at the Boston Center for the Arts, where she oversees the BCA’s Mills Gallery, Visual Arts Artist Residency program and Artist Studios Building. She has initiated ongoing programs including GERTRUDE’S artists salon, the Brink exhibition series, and Run of the Mills (created in partnership with BCA Dance Manager Andrea Blesso Albuquerque) – a laboratory for innovation in art that crosses boundaries between visual and movement-based arts – and has worked with invited curators on exhibitions including James Montford: Persuasions 1990-2015, Queer Threads: Crafting Identity and Community and Alida Cervantes: Majas, cambujas y virreinacas. In October 2017, in partnership with Oliver Mak from Boston’s Bodega and Fourth Wall Projects, she launched the inaugural, annual Boston Art Book Fair at the BCA.

She was formerly Associate Curator at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, co-founder and co-director of Allston Skirt Gallery, and weekly arts columnist for the Boston Phoenix. She also teaches contemporary art history in the Art & Music Department at Simmons College in Boston.