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Exhibition dates: May 1–June 11, 2021


A national juried exhibition featuring 36 artists from 10 states, juried by Steffi Chappell, assistant curator at the Everson Museum of Art. The themes of artwork included in the exhibition address the notion of complete freedom and/or being completely lost.

Artwork copyright retained by artists.


About the juror

Steffi Chappell is the Assistant Curator at the Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse, NY. As a member of the curatorial team at the Everson, she works on exhibitions featuring modern and contemporary American artists, writes and edits content for the museum’s blog, and leads education programs highlighting work in the Everson’s permanent collection. Chappell received her Bachelor of Arts from St. Lawrence University and dual Masters of Arts from Syracuse University in Art History and Museum Studies.


About the artists
Read artist statements and bios from each of the artists
in the exhibition in the gallery guide.

Inside the Artist's Studio

Learn more about several of the artists included in the show by reading posts in our Inside the Artist's Studio blog series! We'll be uploading posts throughout the duration of the exhibition on our blog:

Virtual Walkthrough
and award announcements

On Saturday, May 1, 2021, executive director Bradley Butler will give a walkthrough of the exhibition and juror Steffi Chappell will announce the award winners live on Facebook at 5 p.m. EST, or watch the recording on the gallery's YouTube channel after the event takes place.


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