“Ann Arbor Art Center’s All Media” Show Is Juried by Wong and Includes Chugh and Pontious

The Ann Arbor Art Center’s Annual All Media show opens Friday, December 15 and is juried by alumna Alison Wong (Painting ’06), director of Wasserman Projects. The “All Media” exhibition, now in its 95th year, put out an open call for artists from across the Great Lakes region to submit their work in an effort to promote regional talent. Guest juror Alison Wong reviewed 600 submissions through an anonymous jury process and selected 36 artworks from 29 artists. Half of the artists selected to participate are from Michigan; the other half reside in Illinois, Indiana, New York, Minnesota, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. Two of the artist selected for the exhibition include Cranbrook alumnae Vineta Chugh (3D Design ’17) and Rachel Pontious (Painting ’17). The exhibition opens December 15 and will run through Jan. 13, 2018.


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