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ArtFields announces 2023 competition artists

#SCartists well represented


Lake City ArtFields Collective dropped an impressive list today that has The Hub ready for 2023.

Among the more than 400 artists from throughout the Southeast are 124 #SCartists who will vie for the big, $50,000 grand prize. The list features artists known well by the SCAC: fellowship recipients, emerging artists, and artist partners; and we recognize a couple South Arts fellows as well. An email from ArtFields said the panel was "extremely impressed" by the applicants' quality of work. ArtFields 2023 takes place April 19-29 in Lake City.

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#SCartists at ArtFields 2023

Jim Arendt Conway
Kara Artman Hilton Head Island
Carlo A. Balistrieri Lake City
Dylan Bannister Rock Hill
Emma Margaret Barnes Beaufort
Elizabeth Barnes North Augusta
Logan Beasley Aiken
Catherine Beemer Mount Pleasant
Nakisa Beigi Irmo
Chris Bilton Eutawville
Joanna Biondolillo Johns Island
Jonathan Bolton Simpsonville
Dustin Bonner Charleston
Adam Boykin Sumter
Nikki Bracy Gaston
Dionah Bryant Goose Creek
Anna Grace Burch Greenville
Neva Campbell Myrtle Beach
Vivianne Carey Spartanburg
Carson Carroll Charleston
Shaun and Lucy Cassidy Rock Hill
Colleen Critcher Florence
Terrence Culbreath Johnston
Roberto Clemente De Leon Columbia
John Derhammer Lexington
Michael DeWitt Columbia
Adam Eddy Charleston
Morgan C. Eddy Columbia
Jewel Edwards Fountain Inn
Gerard Erley Columbia
Diana Farfán Greenville
Amiri Farris Bluffton
Ellen Fishburne Columbia
Mason Foster Awendaw
Emily Furr Charleston
Sydney Gambrell Pendleton
Brittany R. Gilbert Florence
Samantha Goss Greer
Barry Grant Rock Hill
Douglas Gray Florence
Amira Hanafi Surfside Beach
Mary Ann Haven Columbia
Malik Hayward Nesmith
Annie Heisel Spartanburg
Robb Helmkamp North Charleston
Joanna Henry Rock Hill
Joe Hiltabidel Travelers Rest
Kirsten Hoving Charleston
Alexis Howard Rock Hill
Betsy Hughes Aiken
Lori Isom Columbia
M. Jason Mt. Pleasant
Uschi Jeffcoat Florence
James Jennings Charleston
Joseph Kameen Graniteville
KELA Ravenel
Diana Kirkpatrick Aiken
Cassandra Kokenos Myrtle Beach
Maike Kowal Charleston
Robert E. Krone Greenville
Alicia Leeke Columbia
Connie Lippert Seneca
Jared T. Mack Loris
Cait Maloney Columbia
Michael Mitchell Florence
Katy Mixon Charleston
Phil Moody Rock Hill
Kevin Michael Morrissey Summerville
Jacob Mossbrook Charleston
Aldo Muzzarelli Mauldin
Dorothy Netherland North Charleston
Stefanie Wilson Neuner Summerville
Maggie Mullin O'Hara Cayce
Kate Hooray Osmond Charleston
Patrick Owens Taylors
Patrick Parise Columbia
Sean Patrick Goose Creek
Cameron Porter Columbia
Quincy Pugh Blythewood
Joshua Redfearn Cheraw
Austin Reynolds Orangeburg
Adrian Rhodes Hartsville
Ellie Marie Rose Columbia
Barbara Dunn Rowe Lugoff
Kristi Ryba Charleston
Bethany Salisbury Rock HIll
Georgette Wright Sanders McClellanville
Sandrine Schaefer Myrtle Beach
Laura Schuler Beaufort
Murray Sease Bluffton
Sam Shamard Greenville
Jackson Shaner Greenville
Jordan Sheridan West Columbia
Edward Shmunes West Columbia
Robert V. Shuler Clolumbia
Adrian Smith Darlington
Haley C. Smith Myrtle Beach
Liz Rundorff Smith Travelers Rest
Paula Renae Smith Rock Hill
Nathan Spainhour Greenville
Kevin Spaulding Florence
Alvin Staley Orangeburg
Nadia Stieglitz Charleston
George Stone Columbia
Darryl Stoneworth Mount Pleasant
"James E. Stratton, Jr." Florence
Andrea Stubbs/BurntIdentity Charleston
Janet Swigler Columbia
Raven Lewis Tarpley Pawleys Island
Bri Taylor Hamer
Stuart L. Tessler Isle of Palms
Horst Trojahn Elgin
Meghan Verret Pelzer
Cristina Victor Charleston
Rebecca Waechter Johns Island
Witzel Art Johns Island
Michael Webster Spartanburg
Ian J. Welch Hampton
Gregory Wilkin Columbia
Jordan Winiski Greenville
Monica Tovar Bluffton
Logan Woodle Conway
Gerry Wubben Easley
Olga Yukhno Columbia

Jason Rapp

701 CCA Prize winner for 2022 announced

Honor includes solo exhibition, residency, more

[caption id="attachment_51761" align="aligncenter" width="651"] The Mother: Entanglement | Jordan Sheridan | Provided photo[/caption]

A Columbia artist was named winner of the 2022 701 CCA Prize this week, a biennial juried award for artists under 40 that is presented by the 701 Center for Contemporary Art in Columbia's Olympia neighborhood.

Installation artist Jordan Sheridan, who was named an SCAC Emerging Artist for FY2022, is a full-time faculty instructor at the University of South Carolina, teaching courses in painting. Her installation, THE MOTHER, was featured in the 701 CCA Biennial of 2021 and at the 2022 ArtFields competition, the latter of which earned her a summer residency at the McColl Center in Charlotte. Sheridan has also received a residency through Stormwater Studios in Columbia. Her next exhibition is a solo show at the Redux Contemporary Arts Center in Charleston. The 701 CCA Prize Exhibition, featuring the work of the three finalists will remain on view through January 15.
“I was taken aback on hearing my name called as the 701 CCA Prize winner,” Sheridan said. “The artists I competed with were fierce, and I am so proud to have exhibited in the 701 CCA gallery with them. I am thrilled by this award; I have dreamt of a residency at 701 CCA and filling the entire gallery space with my work. I will turn the area into a massive installation with woven womb rooms filled with sculptures and experimental paintings. I am working with light technicians to develop lights specifically for my work and plan to design sculptures experimenting with 3D printers and welding.” The other two finalists have impressive résumés of their own. Kate Hooray Osmond, a Charleston painter; and Brittany M. Watkins, a Columbia mixed media artist, are both South Arts state fellows. The independent jury panel consisted of Karen Comer Lowe, curator-in-residence at Spelman College; Shannon Lindsey, gallery director of the University of Central Florida and a past 701 CCA Prize winner; and Michael Neumiester, curator of the Columbia Museum of Art. In her for review forthe panel, Lowe stated, “The Mother: Entanglement is a visually exciting installation that encompasses space through color and form. These contrasts and tensions play out along the draped, crochet paintings. The artists added the tension between sculptural and pictorial qualities to the familiar “push and pull” of color that is usually present in traditional painting.”
Sheridan was born in Southeastern Arkansas in 1989. She gave birth to her son, Samuel, in 2017 while attending graduate school at the University of South Carolina. As a mother pursuing an MFA degree, Sheridan’s work organically shifted to include her understanding of motherhood. This change in research pushed her from working primarily in 2-D painting to large-scale textile installations.  

Jason Rapp