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The Department of Visual Arts virtually opens a 2021 Annual Juried Online Art Exhibition

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The presents UL Lafayette Department of Visual Arts presents the 2021 Annual Juried Online Art Exhibition, April 12 - May 14, 2021.

The juried exhibition features 62 works by 53 different student artists and can be viewed virtually at the link below.

This year’s juror was Corey Stewart. Stewart is a UL Lafayette Visual Arts alum and Lafayette-based artist, film director and comedy writer. Corey uses his art to exemplify the lack of representation of the African American community. Corey is also the founder of Acadiana Black and the designer of the Black Pride Flag for Acadiana.

in collaboration with the Acadiana Center of the Arts, we are proud to present Juror and Artist Panel discussion THE HUSTLE: Life as a Working Artist, in which awards will be announced and presented to the public. Awards chosen by the juror include Best of Show, Second Place, and Third Place. One or more Honorable Mentions will be selected by our guest panel participants, THE HUSTLE: Life as a Working Artist will be hosted at the ACA and live-streamed via Facebook on April 15, 5-7pm 2021, featuring our guest juror Cory Stewart and our panel of practicing local artists Anne Boudreau, Seth Boonchai and Troy Dugas.