Things are getting ready to get interesting for the second Hudgens Prize, which will honor a Georgia visual artist with a $50,000 award, one the country’s largest cash prizes to an individual artist.
The Hudgens Prize jury panel consists of Doryun Chong, associate curator at New York’s Museum of Modern Art; Toby Kamps, chief curator of Houston’s Menil Collection; and Heather Pesanti, senior curator at AMOA-Arthouse in Austin, Texas.
Pre-Award Reception, 7:00 p.m.
Hobnob with the artists and the jurors and enjoy the Finalists Exhibition prior to the announcement of the winner of the 2013 Hudgens Prize!
Ticketed Event: $15 for members/$25 non-members. Click here to purchase tickets.
Award Ceremony, 8:00 p.m.
Performing Arts Center at the Gwinnett Center (next door to The Hudgens)
Galleries at The Hudgens will be open until 9:30, following the ceremony.
Free and open to the public.
If you are going to the reception, please pay at the link above and note that when you RSVP or anytime by joining the conversation. Otherwise, see you for the free awards ceremony and gallery visit at 8pm
The four finalist are
Featuring Works by:
Chris Chambers – Robbie Land – Derek Larson – Pamela Longobardi
check out all four artists on the Arts Atlanta website. This link is for Chris Chambers, follow the links at the bottom of the article for the other three
Kudo's to Friends of the High Museum of Art member
Tina Cox, Chair of the Hudgens prize advisory committee and Hudgens Board Member