The Arts & Letters Club
Prizes were announced at an Awards Ceremony on Thursday, December 17
You can link to the awards presentation ceremony here
In 2015 the Arts & Letters Club inaugurated “Next”, the first in a series of Open Juried exhibitions at the Club. N3xt, the third in this series, has taken a leap forward by extending the invitation to artists right across Canada. The work submitted testifies to the creativity and quality of visual art being produced in this country.
Like everything else, this project was greatly impacted by COVID-19; however, thanks to the vision and nimbleness of the organizing team we are delighted that there is now a large and significant exhibition of works on the theme “Unity”, hanging on the walls of the Great Hall and the adjacent lounge,
The exhibition closed on January 6, 2021; however, the N3xt Gallery will remain up until the end of January.
Please contact the Club if you would like more information about work in the show, or to make arrangements for purchase and pickup.
Anthony J Batten
Donna Cheryl Brown
Laurie De Camillis
Michelle de Villiers
Linda Kooluris Dobbs
Marjut Karu Nousiainen
Ruthia Pak Regis
Judy Raymer Ivkoff
Kathy Kiss Webster
The N3xt Project gratefully acknowledges the support of many individual and corporate supporters who helped make this exhibition possible during very challenging times:
- Our distinguished jury:
- Maggie Broda
- Moira Cowan
- Nadine Estrada-Karachi
- Jacek Malec
- Christina Parker,
- Tom Smart
- Richard York,
- and to the Jury Selection Committee chaired by Virginia Trieloff
Gold Patron MacLabDevelopments Alberta
N3xt Canada Curator Mark Huebner
— and the many Arts & Letters Club Members who supported the project financially and through their volunteer efforts.
Andrew Ross, Exhibition Chair