Through Jan. 11
Jewish Community Center
3600 Dutchmans Lane
The Mazin Annual Art Exhibition was conceived and created by Bernice and Benjamin Mazin and the Jewish Community Center’s Visual Arts Committee. The event is funded by the Mazin Visual Arts Fund and is a regional juried art exhibition of 2-D and 3-D art, open to residents of Kentuckiana 18 years and older. The exhibit is designed to foster an appreciation of today’s visual art and to reflect the breadth of artistic vision of local artists.
The juror, Mark Priest has a Bachelor of Arts in painting from the University of Louisville and a Master of Fine Arts in painting from Yale University. Besides being a former machine operator for CSX Railroad, he has worked in many positions teaching art: he was the guest artist/instructor at Manual High School in Louisville in 1986, he was a teaching assistant under Professor Richard Ryan in Intermediate Drawing at Yale, and taught painting at the Visual Arts Association in Louisville and drawing at Seminole Community College in Sanford, FL. Mark is currently an associate professor of painting and drawing at U of L, a position he has held since 1993.