Members’ Juried

March 22 - May 12, 2019

Curated by:
Erin Becker, Norma Jean Calderwood Director, Cambridge Art Association
Opening Reception:
Friday, April 5, 6pm
Exhibition Checklist:
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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.

ARTISTS

Kevin Adams, Ramón Alcoléa, Nancy Berlin, Cid Bolduc, Dan Brenton, Rachel Brown, Margaret Burdick, Bethany Cantin, Mikael Carstanjen, Alice Denison, Mary Doering, Rachael Eastman, Carol Fitzsimons, A.N. Galick, Val Roy Gerischer, Paige Gillies, William P. Hamlin, Celeste Hanlon, Marty Hassell, Jo Hay, Timothy Horn, Paul Kelly, Chet Kempczynski, Deborah Kerr, Karen Kollar, Elizabeth Lazeren, Jane Lincoln, Robin Litwin, Elaine Lobay, Keith MacLelland, Maureen McCarron, KD Mernin, Dan Mills, Brian Morris, Rosalie Nadeau, Carol Odell, Liz Perry, Claudia Piehler, Heather Pilchard, Donna Pomponio, Wendy Prellwitz, Pamela Redick, Robert Rindler, Siân Robertson, Julia Salinger, Lew Schwartz, Martha Shea Smith, Gail Skudera, Eleanor Steinadler, Cleveland Storrs, Mitch Villani, Amy Waltch, WAVE, Mike Wright, and Martha Zinn.

ABOUT THE JUROR

Since 2012, Erin has increased the visibility of the Association by expanding on the longtime exhibition and program schedules of the Association, including: establishing a youth outreach program in collaboration with Cambridge Creativity Commons and Cambridge Youth Programs/Gately Youth Center; and fostering collaborative relationships with local organizations, including Maud Morgan Arts, Cambridge College, Cambridge Center for Adult Ed, Cambridge Community Television, Lesley Art + Design and the Griffin Museum of Photography.

In addition to her work at CAA, Erin serves on the Advisory Board for Cambridge Open Studios; the Dean’s Community Advisory Committee at Lesley Art + Design; and is a co-founder of the Art Centers Alliance, a group of roughly 25 community arts leaders. She is also a past reviewer for the Cambridge Arts Council’s LLC Grant Program, and regularly serves as juror and portfolio reviewer at institutions across New England.

Erin holds a BA in Art History from Boston University (2004), and a Certificate from Boston University’s Institute for Nonprofit Management Leadership Core Program at Questrom Business School (2015). Erin lives in Somerville, MA, with her husband Andy.