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.
Teresa Baksa, George Booth, Jane Cooper Brayton, Rachel Brown, Karen Cappotto, Liz Carney, Jo Leal Clark, Romolo Del Deo, Salvatore Del Deo, Mary Doering, Bill Evaul, Martha Fagan, Charles Fields, Anne Flash, Paige Gillies, Rebecca Gmucs, Michael Gredler, Jerome Greene, Scott Haag, Elspeth Halvorsen, Sharon Hayes, Robert Henry, Grace Hopkins, Pam Hudson, Jenny Humphreys, Pamela James, Tom Wilson Jones, Peter Kalill, Sallie Kane, Marjorie Kaye, Paul Kelly, Dianne Kopser, Gaston Lacombe, Marianne Levai, Tressa Lyonne, Joan Cobb Marsh, Rebecca Matarazzi, Jay McDermott, Mary McSweeney, Dermot Meagher, Deb Mell, Diane Messinger, Rosalie Nadeau, Karen Ojala, Nancy Rahnasto Osborne, Todd Perry, Claudia Piehler, Sky Power, Eric Price, Jackie Reeves, Sarah Riley, Siân Robertson, Peter Romanelli, Julia Salinger, Michel Savage, Ingrid Scheibler, Lew Schwartz, Laura Shabott, Kat M.P. Smith, Margot Stage, Betsy Higgins- Steele, Gin Stone, Cleveland Storrs, Connie Tavanis, Mark Tremblay, Tabitha Vevers, William von der Heydt, Mike Wright, Rick Wrigley, Bert Yarborough, and Laurence Young.
ABOUT THE JUROR
Sam Tager has been developing, designing, and installing museum exhibitions for over twenty-five years. First, serving as Director of Exhibitions at Harvard’s Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, and more recently as the Assistant Director and Senior Designer for Harvard’s newly formed Museums of Science and Culture. Tager is currently an independent curator and exhibition designer and was recently invited to curate two exhibitions at The Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum: The Great Provincetown Summer, 1916 and Creating a Difference: The Del Deo Family of Provincetown, Art and Activism on the Outer Cape (on view through December 2019). Also a studio artist, Tager was awarded a Finalist Grant in Sculpture from the Massachusetts Cultural Council in 2013, and won the National Competition at PAAM, resulting in a one-person show in 1996.