Members’ Juried

The works submitted for this year’s Members’ Juried Exhibition were a collective testimony to the rich, cross-disciplinary community of artists in our region.

Whether driven by color, centered in cultural critique, or resplendent with the evidence of the artist’s hand, these select works on view represent contemporary conversations about process and materiality. They demonstrate the ways diverse styles and mediums can enrich one another. In this exhibition, we encounter themes of anxiety, identity, ecology, and uncomplicated joy in various shapes and forms. This multiplicity of creative expression secures true dialogue in the ongoing conversations about the enduring reach and import of visual art. – Kirsten Andersen and James Stanley


Jim Banks, Donald Beal, Peter Chao, Barbara E. Cohen, David M. Crane, Paul Cunningham, Caitlin Dimino, Joerg Dressler, Taylor Fox, William P. Hamlin, Celeste Hanlon, Jo Hay, Robert Henry, Valerie Isaacs, Chris Kelly, Jane Kogan, Keith MacLelland, Thom Markee, Jay McDermott, Diane Messinger, Russ Miller, Karen Ojala, R.C. Patterson, Sky Power, Robert Rindler, Paul Schulenberg, Jessica Teffer, Vicky Tomayko, and Bert Yarborough.


Kirsten Andersen

Kirsten Andersen is a writer, arts administrator, and creative services consultant. Her work includes essays and articles for Gaa Gallery Provincetown and Gaa Gallery Cologne, the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, Rhode Island School of Design, and Provincetown Arts Magazine. As an arts administrator, she has secured press for Provincetown’s institutional exhibitions in the Boston Globe, artNEWS, Art New England, and elsewhere, and managed Provincetown’s 2018 exhibition of artist Ai Wewei, as well as the Boston Center for the Arts exhibition The Visual Thread, a group show including work from Lisa Yuskavage, Jennifer Packer, and Jack Pierson. Kirsten received her MFA in creative writing from New York University and lives with her family in Wellfleet, MA.

James Everett Stanley

James Everett Stanley is a painter and serves as chair of the painting department at Massachusetts College of Art and Design, where he is associate professor. James received his MFA from Columbia University, and was awarded a Sharpe-Walentas studio fellowship. He has exhibited his work widely, most recently at Hirschl & Adler Modern in New York, EXPO Chicago 2022, and Art Basel Miami Beach 2021, as well as exhibitions at Kinkead Contemporary, Los Angeles; Gaa Gallery, Provincetown; and Frederic Snitzer Gallery, Miami. He will present a solo exhibition of new works at Hirschl & Adler Modern, New York, in March 2023, as well as a Summer 2023 exhibition in Provincetown at the Mary Heaton Vorse House. He lives in Wellfleet, MA, with his family.


Each year PAAM mounts upwards of 5 members’ open and juried exhibitions in which participants display their work alongside some of America’s most noteworthy artists.

These exhibitions represent the work of PAAM’s contemporary artist-members, many of whom live on Cape Cod either full-time or for part of the year. While the work varies greatly in media and approach, each artist-member joins a long roster of distinguished artists who have studied, taught, and exhibited at PAAM over the past 100 years. There is no submission fee for members’ exhibitions, but membership must be up to date.

Juried exhibitions at PAAM represent a smaller cross-section of member artists whose work has been chosen by a guest curator after being submitted. Each show reflects the aesthetic judgment and curatorial eye of the invited curator. Any member in good standing may submit their work for consideration. Except in special circumstances, Juried exhibitions do not have themes or size restrictions.

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If your piece was not selected for this exhibition, we’d appreciate it if you picked up ASAP during Museum hours: Thursday-Sunday, 12-5pm (we don’t have a lot of storage space!). Pick-Up Day for included works is Tuesday, January 24 from 12-4pm.

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