November 1, 2018 - January 5, 2019

The Ohio Arts Council's Riffe Gallery in collaboration with the Ohio Art Education Foundation presents a juried exhibition showcasing art educators as artists. Members of the Ohio Art Education Association divisions of Elementary, Middle, Secondary, Higher Education, Museum, Supervision Policy and Administration, and Emeritus were invited to participate. Jurors for Art Educators as Artists include Carol Stewart, Elsie Sanchez, and Michael Seiler, who have selected 68 artworks from 46 Ohio educators.

The following artists are featured in this exhibition: Crystal J. Anderson, Susan Ayers, Lauren Bakker, Jessie Barbarich, Cherie K. Bauer, Patricia Boone, R. Darden Bradshaw, Stephanie Clements, Kim Covell Maurer, Sarah Curry, Sylvia Dick, Mary Anne Donovan, Jeanne EfterpeJean Gidich-Holbrook, Irene Maginniss, Lisa A. Girlie, Melanie Greiner, Mary Anne Grimwade, Michele Hamsher, Abby Hanser, Vicki Hatfield, Adrian Vance Hawk, Ann S. Hymel, Amelia C. Joynes, Jonathan Juravich, Erica L. Kenny, Sandra Kight, David King, Kristin Kowalski, Margie Meiners Metz, Megan Newton, Mitzi Noland, Ramya Ravisankar, Kurt Reichert, Thad Ricker, Priscilla Roggenkamp, Karen Saunders, Jamie Schorsch, Tera Stockdale, Alice Bordenkircher Tavani, Jane Taylor, Stephen Tornero, Kimberly Waters-Burghy, John Whitman, Susan Washam Witten, and Matt Young.

The Ohio Arts Council’s Riffe Gallery showcases the work of Ohio's artists and the collections of the state's museums and galleries. The OAC Riffe Gallery is located in the Vern Riffe Center for Government and the Arts, 77 S. High St., Columbus, OH 43215.

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