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UNG junior and lecturer works on display in Athens art gallery

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Lauren Bradshaw, a junior studio arts major from Duluth, Georgia, and Vivian Liddell, a lecturer for painting and drawing at UNG since 2012, were accepted into the juried show at Athens Institute of Contemporary Art. Bradshaw had a ceramic piece while Liddell's was a painting.

Earning a coveted spot on an art gallery wall for a show is the goal of every professional artist. Attaining such a goal as a student is an even bigger accomplishment.

A University of North Georgia (UNG) lecturer and student have achieved that objective when their pieces were selected for the juried art show at Athens Institute of Contemporary Art (ATHICA) this fall.

Lauren Bradshaw, a junior studio arts major from Duluth, Georgia, and Vivian Liddell, a lecturer for painting and drawing at UNG since 2012, were accepted into the show. Bradshaw had a ceramic piece while Liddell's was a painting.

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Lauren Bradshaw, a junior studio arts major from Duluth, Georgia, and Vivian Liddell, a lecturer for painting and drawing at UNG since 2012, were accepted into the juired show at Athens Institute of Contemporary Art. Bradshaw had a ceramic piece while Liddell's was a painting.

"A juried show is an exhibit that artists submit pieces to and the juror chooses the works he or she likes," Liddell said. "And anyone can submit his or her work."

Liddell's work has been on display before, said Victoria Cooke, director of art galleries at UNG, but Bradshaw was competing with established artists, she said.

"I've been trying to do things like that before I graduate," Bradshaw said. "And now it's paid off."

The third annual exhibition at ATHICA will run until Nov. 12 at 160 Tracy St., Unit 4, in Athens, Georgia.

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