2021 Undergraduate Juried Art Exhibition

George Caleb Bingham Gallery

Exhibition Dates: February 22-March 4, 2021


Awards Reception & LED Prose Reading (via Zoom): February 24 at 6:30pm CST


Our annual exhibition featuring creative works by University of Missouri undergraduates. Juror awards & purchase prizes are featured as part of the event.


Join us for our first combined undergraduate awards reception and prose reading! This event is a collaboration between Bingham Gallery, MU Creative Writing, & the Literature Emitting Diodes Writing Competition.  We will feature the winners of the School of Visual Studies prizes, the MU Undergraduate Research Purchase Prizes, and those of the LED Competition. 

Looking forward to the newest version of this collaboration in virtual format. Please tune in!


Join Zoom Meeting (Feb 24 6:30pm)



Meeting ID: 858 9880 0212

Passcode: 6q6ZYq



Juror Bio for art exhibition:

Kathryn Cua is a writer, editor, and cultural organizer based in Chicago. Kat graduated from the University of Missouri in 2018 with a BJ in journalism and BA in art history. She is currently an MA candidate in the Dual Degree program for Modern and Contemporary Art History & Arts Administration and Policy at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. In addition, Kat is the editor-in-chief of the 2020-21 issue of emerge, an online journal supported by SAIC’s Department of Arts Administration and Policy. Kat has dedicated her work in arts and culture to imagining and building new systems that support the expansive vision and lived experiences of emerging queer, trans, and BIPOC artists and arts workers. Through her curatorial, administrative and editorial practices, Kat is committed to creating experiences and producing scholarship that validate alternate methods of understanding and alternate modes of knowledge production. Kat’s past professional experience in the arts includes work in curatorial, development and communications. She has worked in galleries and museums such as Sager Braudis Gallery in Columbia, Missouri, The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri, and the Art Institute of Chicago.