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The 30th Tallahassee International

Published June 29, 2015

The Tallahassee International is an annual juried competition sponsored by the Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts and juried by faculty from the College of Fine Arts. The competition is open to artists worldwide, and after much consideration, 77 works by 40 artists were selected for the exhibition. The pieces chosen represent a wide array of contemporary work, encompassing all art forms from traditional to unconventional. Listed below are the accepted works of art for The 30th Tallahassee International.

Opening Reception: Friday, August 28th from 5:00-8:00pm

*Exhibition runs August 24th through October 4th. Admission is FREE and open to the public! Click here for information about the MoFA’s opening hours, location, and parking.

 

Jurors:

Carolyn Henne, College of Fine Arts Associate Dean and Art Department Chair

Allys Palladino-Craig, Museum Director


 

Award Winners Chosen

Carolyn Henne, Associate Dean of the College of Visual Arts, Theatre & Dance and Art Department Chair and Allys Palladino-Craig, Director of the FSU Museum of Fine Arts named Bethany Taylor’s Runoff Verdure as the 1st Award winner and Maja Ruznic as the 2nd Award winner of the 30th Annual Tallahassee International.

First Award
Bethany Taylor
Runoff Verdure [and details below], 2014, jacquard digitally woven photo tapestry and fiber-based drawing installation, dimensions adaptable, approximately 9 x 24 feet.

Runoff Verdure [and details right], 2014, jacquard digitally woven photo tapestry and fiber-based drawing installation, dimensions adaptable, approximately 9 x 24 feet.

Runoff Verdure [and details below], 2014, jacquard digitally woven photo tapestry and fiber-based drawing installation, dimensions adaptable, approximately 9 x 24 feet.

Runoff Verdure details, 2014, jacquard digitally woven photo tapestry and fiber-based drawing installation, dimensions adaptable, approximately 9 x 24 feet.

Second Award
Maja Ruznic

All Strings Attached, 2014, ink and gouache on paper, 60 x 45 inches.

All Strings Attached, 2014, ink and gouache on paper, 60 x 45 inches.

Trophies Were Made and the Message Did Not Matter. The Joy Was Already In Their Bones., 2014, ink and gouache on paper, 31 x 42 inches.

Trophies Were Made and the Message Did Not Matter. The Joy Was Already In Their Bones., 2014, ink and gouache on paper, 31 x 42 inches.


2015 Entries