Jurying is the judging of artworks before they are exhibited. Jurying often turns an exhibition into a competition, with ribbons and prizes, but there are other reasons to jury. Why Jury? talks about some of those reasons.
Jurying can be a good thing, but it's hard. Judging the relative quality of a product of the heart has the potential to wound an artist deeply. So we at HopeArts tried to think through the jurying process to avoid as much harm as possible. We failed sometimes, of course.
Here are some of the questions we asked:
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