94th Annual International Juried Show

May 20 – July 7, 2022

Submissions for the 94th Annual International Juried Show are no longer being accepted, and we thank all of our talented entrants for sharing their work with us.  Artists will be notified of the juror’s decision on Wednesday, May 4. The Juried Exhibition will open with a reception on Friday evening, May 20, and will remain on view in the AAH galleries through July 7.

Six different prize categories will be offered, and the juror for this year’s show is Nadiah Rivera Fellah, a Curator at the Cleveland Museum of Art.  More information about Nadiah can be seen below.



Nadiah Rivera Fellah

Curator at the Cleveland Museum of Art

Nadiah Rivera Fellah joined the Cleveland Museum of Art in November 2019. Beginning in 2015, Fellah served in various capacities at the Newark Museum in New Jersey. Most recently at Newark, she curated the celebrated exhibition Wendy Red Star: A Scratch on the Earth and served as the primary author and editor for the accompanying catalogue. Fellah has held curatorial positions at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Allen Memorial Art Museum at Oberlin College.

Fellah specializes in Latin American and global contemporary art. Her publications include Picturing Motherhood Now (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2021); Wendy Red Star: A Scratch on the Earth (Newark, NJ: Newark Museum, 2019); “Graciela Iturbide’s Cholo/a Series: Images of Cross-Border Identities,” in the journal History of Photography (2019); “Mining ‘The Maniacs,’” in Wendy Red Star: The Maniacs (Las Cruces, NM: New Mexico University Gallery, 2018); and Modern Heroics: 75 Years of African American Expressionism at the Newark Museum (Newark, NJ: Newark Museum, 2016), among others. 

Fellah received her BA in art history at Oberlin College. In 2019 she completed a PhD at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. Her dissertation focused on the role of photography in capturing stories of migration in the US-Mexico borderlands from the 1970s to the present and was supported in part by fellowships from the Inter-University Program for Latino Research, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and the Center for Creative Photography.