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Artists announced for latest MPA show

Biennial exhibition brings participation from across Washington region

McLean Project for the Arts’ latest exhibition – “(Not) Strictly Painting 14” – will run from Sept. 14 to Nov. 9 at the organization’s space at the McLean Community Center.

The biennial exhibition features pieces from 50 artists throughout the Mid-Atlantic area.

An opening reception is slated for Thursday, Sept. 14 from 7 to 9 p.m. An in-person Artist Talk will take place on Thursday, Oct. 19 at 7 p.m.

“Now in its 14th incarnation, ‘(Not) Strictly Painting’ will exhibit works by some of the most interesting and innovative artists currently active in the Mid-Atlantic,” said Nancy Sausser, MPA’s director of exhibitions and curator. “The exhibit was expertly juried by Tim Brown, director of IA&A at Hillyer.”

Featured artists include Maremi Andreozzi, Sondra Arkin, M.K. Bailey, Julia Bloom, Maria Brito, Nikki Brugnoli, Tory Cowles, Pamela Crockett, Delna Dastur, Anna Davis, Thomas Drymon, Gayle Friedman, Genie Ghim, Jane Godfrey, Pat Goslee, Reni Gower, Freya Grand, Lou Haney, Amelia Hankin, Tom Hill, Andrew Hladky, Leslie Holt, Sabiha Iqbal, Barbara Januszkiewicz, Wayson Jones, Joanne Kent, Pamela Keravuori, Chee Kung, Ruth Lozner, Matthew Malone, Nicole Maloof, Nipun Manda, Sasha-Loriene McClain, Begona Morton, Olivia Niuman, Cory Oberndorfer, Sookkyung Park, Judith Pratt, Sharon Robinson, Violet Simulation, Kanika Sircar, Marsha Staiger, Ann Stoddard, Monica Stroik, Terry Thompson, Roderick Turner, Jessica van Brakle, Ashley Joi Whitley, Sharon Wolpoff and Debra Wright.

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