The NAC is very excited to announce the juror for this year's Midwest Multiples: Hesse McGraw. Hesse is a curator, artist, and writer who is the Executive Vice President for Exhibitions and Public Programs at the San Francisco Art Institute. Formerly, McGraw was the curator of the Bemis Center in Omaha, NE. He is a regular contributor to Art Papers, Dots & Quotes, and Empty Magazine, and he has curated shows across the country. The Art Center is honored to have Hesse jury this year's show.
Midwest Multiples is an annual show of editioned art. For hundreds of years, printers and book makers have been creating artwork in editions (meaning that each artwork exists in multiples, so an individual print or book would be one of 100, for example), but technology such as 3D printing has enabled artists to edition all kinds of work. Midwest Multiples celebrates artwork that is made again, and again, and again.
To submit to Midwest Multiples, email the following to
- Jpegs of up to 5 pieces, max 1200 pixels in any direction.
- An image list with title, media, dimensions, and date for each piece.
- A one paragraph artist statement.
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Midwest Multiples prospectu...
Midwest Multiples prospectus