Visions 2022: Juried High School Art Exhibition
The Visions 2022 Juried Art Exhibition celebrates the outstanding creative achievements of current high school students. This juried competition is organized by the Fine Arts Program of the School of Design + Art at Marymount University.
Hana Alizai, Vivian Alvarado, Tarina Amaralikit, Luke Aslaksen, Will Atkeson, Jeferson Avilez, Faeben Belihu, Jonah Brill, Ida Chen, Nusibha Choudhury, Leila Denino, Jula Erpe, Catherine Galazin, Guiselle Gomez, Zainabe Guzman, Elizabeth Haley, William Harris, Simone Ichwantoro, Clarisa Johnson, Jhon Juarez, Jennifer Kaechele, McCarley Keish, Olivia Kivi, Zaneta Kocourkova, Sofya Kozhukhova, Beatriz Moreira Leite, Jiayin Li, Will Madden, Aidan McGilvray, Montserrat Sandoval Morales, William Parker IV, Spencer Strebe, Mason Taylor, Ethan Till
Juror: Amanda Jirón-Murphy
Amanda Jirón-Murphy, Artist Residency & Collector Liaison at Arlington Arts Center, is a curator and creative consultant. She holds a BA in Art History from John Cabot University in Rome and an MA in Modern and Contemporary Art and Connoisseurship from Christie’s Education in London. She served as an intern at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice, Italy, and at The Phillips Collection in Washington, DC, where she later worked on the museum’s adult education programming. From 2012 to 2019, she was Gallery Director at Hamiltonian in Washington, DC. Jirón-Murphy has been a guest speaker and panel moderator at institutions including the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, George Washington University’s Textile Museum, Smithsonian’s Luce Foundation for American Art, National Museum of Women and the Arts, and Maryland Institute College of Art. Her writings have appeared in online journals The Rib and DIRT DMV.
Date: Friday, February 18
Time: 5pm – 6:30pm
Location: Zoom: free event registration here