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Old West Meets New West in Shows at Arts Center
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Representing the West and Goodnight Invitational Highlight the Traditional and Modern West

The Sangre de Cristo Arts and Conference Center’s signature exhibition Representing the West: A New Frontier juried art show runs February 8 through May 10, 2020. This exhibition is a chance to enjoy artwork in a variety of mediums which consider the changing culture and myths of the American West.

Non-traditional subject matters, materials, and concepts, as well as traditional depictions of the West, will be on display, including video pieces. Over $5,000 in prize money is awarded during this exhibition, along with a coveted “People’s Choice” title which is bestowed by public vote affording the opportunity for a solo exhibit at the Arts Center. This year’s juror is Nicole M. Crawford, the Assistant Director and Chief Curator of the University of Wyoming Art Museum. She holds a dual MA in Art History and Museum Studies and a BA in Art History from the University of Nebraska. Representing the West is sponsored by an anonymous cowgirl, US Bank and Charles and Shari Ready.

The show welcomes non-traditional subject matter, material, and concepts as well as traditional depictions of the West. A special “Coffee with the Curator” will feature Ms. Crawford and some of the artists at 11:15 AM on Saturday, February 8 in the White Gallery, and is included with the price of admission.

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