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DIMENSIONS 2018

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This is the 54th installation of Dimensions and it is being hosted by Associated Artists of Winston-Salem. The exhibit is sponsored by Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP. Dimensions 2018 will be held in the Womble Carlyle Gallery at the Rhodes Center for the Arts. The space has 1800 square feet of exhibition space, full time gallery staff, and a diverse audience. The juror this year is Jerald Melberg, Director of the Jerald Melberg gallery in Charlotte NC. Mr. Melberg has been a guiding curatorial voice in North Carolina since the 1970s when he became head of the Mint Museum and has been bringing national visual arts talent to Charlotte ever since.

What Makes this event different?

Associated Artists of Winston-Salem has consistently offered this exhibition for the past 54 years. Our jurors are always practiced professionals in varieties of fine art practices. This year's juror is a talented and well respected curator of contemporary art. The exhibition space at the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts is in the heart of Downtown Winston-Salem, NC the "City of Arts and Innovation." We have trained and dedicated gallery staff that practice best practices in installing maintaining and promoting visual arts exhibitions. This years juror is Jerald Melberg. Mr. Melberg came to Charlotte in January 1977 to assume the position of Curator at the Mint Museum of Art. Over the next seven years, he was instrumental in taking the Museum from regional to national status by curating major exhibitions for artists Seymour Lipton, Larry Rivers, Robert DeNiro Sr. and Gaston LaChaise, among others. The major achievement of his tenure at the Museum was his organization of Romare Bearden 1970-1980. The exhibition honored one of Charlotte's greatest native sons and traveled to four other museums, bringing the national spotlight to Charlotte. In 2010-2011, Jerald chaired the Romare Bearden Centennial Committee, organizing and coordinating activities surrounding the 100th anniversary of the artist’s birth. In 1983 Jerald opened the Charlotte gallery that bears his name. In the intervening thirty-four years, Jerald Melberg Gallery has become recognized internationally. Jerald continues to bring high caliber exhibitions to Charlotte and has advised collectors and institutions worldwide, including the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the National Academy, the Mint Museum and the Esteban Vicente Museum in Segovia, Spain. He is also called upon by Sotheby’s and Christie’s auction houses to advise and authenticate works of art.

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Dimensions 2018 is the 54th National Juried exhibiton produced by Associated Artists of Winston-Salem. This years exhibition is sponsored by Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP. This exhibition was created to celebrate artistic excelence in all visual arts mediums. The exhbition will take place from May 30 - July 24 inside the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts. The gallery is located in the heart of Downtown Winston-Salem and is the seat of the city's arts council. This years exhibition will be jurored by Jerald L. Melberg, Director of the Jerald Melber Gallery in Charllotte, NC. 

Jerald Melberg came to Charlotte in January 1977 to assume the position of Curator at the Mint Museum of Art.  Over the next seven years, he was instrumental in taking the Museum from regional to national status by curating major exhibitions for artists  Seymour Lipton, Larry Rivers, Robert DeNiro Sr. and Gaston LaChaise, among others.  The major achievement of his tenure at the Museum was his organization of Romare Bearden 1970-1980. The exhibition honored one of Charlotte's greatest native sons and traveled to four other museums, bringing the national spotlight to Charlotte. In 2010-2011, Jerald chaired the Romare Bearden Centennial Committee, organizing and coordinating activities surrounding the 100th anniversary of the artist’s birth.  
 
In 1983 Jerald opened the Charlotte gallery that bears his name.  In the intervening thirty-four years, Jerald Melberg Gallery has become recognized internationally.  Jerald continues to bring high caliber exhibitions to Charlotte and has advised collectors and  institutions worldwide, including the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the National Academy, the Mint Museum and the Esteban Vicente Museum in Segovia, Spain.  He is also called upon by Sotheby’s and Christie’s auction houses to advise and authenticate works of art.

 

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