2020 Gussman Juried Student Exhibition
Scott Stulen, director and president of Philbrook Museum of Art, is the 2020 Gussman juror. In his current role at Philbrook, Stulen is guiding the museum to become a recognized national model of sustainability, relevance and community impact. Stulen earned a master’s in fine arts in painting and drawing from the University of Minnesota and a bachelor’s in fine arts in sculpture from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.
As curator of audience experiences and performance at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, Stulen created and led the first audience experience and performance curatorial department in the country, developing the ARTx program, commissioning new performances and site-specific installations and launching new earned-income initiatives. At the Walker Art Center, Stulen was project director of mnartists.org and co-curated and developed the Open Field project, reframing the museum as a public park, town square and platform for experimentation. He has also been the curator at the Rochester Art Center, a visual artist, writer and DJ.
Stulen’s past projects have included Roman Signer, Inigo-Manglano Ovalle, Chris Larson, Machine Project, ROLU, Chris Kallmyer, Daniel Wohl, Paula McCartney and Know No Stranger. Stulen is also responsible for the Internet Cat Video Festival, which has toured to over 200 cities and 13 countries to date.
2020 Gussman Winners
Look through the 2020 Gussman winners including “Expected Femininity” by Alexandra Bejarano.
Look through the 2020 Gussman accepted entries including video submissions.