Thursday, February 4, 2010

For the month of February Little Berlin will be exhibiting artworks rejected from Arcadia University’s 2009 “Works on Paper”. The November call for entries in 2009 received a record 1,256 pieces of artwork.

Arcadia’s “Works on Paper” is a unique opportunity for artists to have a selected curator/juror review your art in flesh and blood, but what is that worth when there’s such high demand of art to be seen?

Works on Paper Rejects is hung and ready for the public. Listed below are the 47 participants in this exhibition. Without these artists this show would not have physically happened. Particularly, the substance of this exhibit would be non-existent without their participation. Despite all the happenings that took place, it takes a brave person to say, “Yes, I’m a reject.” (I am honored to be among you.)

Aidan Rumack, Annette Monnier, Ashley Flynn, Ben Pannell, Beth Heinly, Beth Prusky, Bobby Gonzales, Caroline Garcia, Chelsea Thoumsin, Dante Lentz, Edgar H. Hal, EJ O’Hara, Eleanor Bustrom, Ellie Brown, Enn LaBonte, Harrison Doyle, Jake Kehs, Jeffery Stockbridge, Jenna Weiss, Jenna Wilchinsly, Joan R. Rosiak, Joseph E. Iacona, Joe Brenman, John Jonik, Justin Bursk, Kellianne McCarthy, Kevin McCullough, Leah Winter, Lindsay Robbins, Maggie Mills, Marc Bernstein, Mark Munson, Mark Price, Matthew L. Colaizzo, May Lomax, Melissa Haims, Melvin A. Chappell, Nic Coviello, Peter Schenck, Rick Tygger, Salvatore Cerceo, Samantha Simmons, Sara Sanderson, Sarah Weber, Scott Cooper, Sofie Hodara, Yikui Coy Gu

Opening Friday February 5th 6-11pm
Show runs from February 5th thru February 27th