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, eighteen years of age or older, and artists may submit up to two works of art, in the medium of their choice, for consideration. A $20 entry fee assists with expenses related to the competition, including production of the catalog and return shipping. This year close to 300 artists entered the competition giving the jurors, Jeff Beekmann (Assistant Professor and Foundations/BA Director) and Anne Stagg (Associate Chair and Assistant in Art) both faculty members in the FSU College of Fine Arts, nearly 600 works to review. The jurying process is blind, and jurors decide the works based on concept and merit and must agree the artist demonstrates skill within the chosen medium. After much deliberation, 44 works by 36 artists were selected for the exhibition. The pieces chosen represent a diversity in artwork style, medium choice and intent, ranging from traditional to unconventional. The Museum of Fine Arts congratulates this year’s accepted artists and welcomes visitors to The 33rd Tallahassee International.