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JAS Top Ten

The Juried Art Show (JAS, pronounced “jazz”) is an annual exhibition of artwork from the undergraduate students of the University of Guelph’s Studio Art program. Run annually since 1968, JAS is entirely student-run, and is one of the oldest art shows of its kind in Canada. It is a long-cherished tradition of the University, a capstone of community celebration for the school’s emerging artists, and platform for professional development. The Top Ten Show is an exhibit of the ten award-winning artworks selected by the JAS jurors.

This years top ten artworks are by the following artists: Carmen Mattear, Shannon Moroz, Harley Duck, Mei Lein Harrison, Emily Escoffery, Emma Ongman, Genevieve Monk, Hannah West, and Jane Baran. 

To see the full 53rd Annual Juried Art Show, click here.