When the Made in New York exhibit returns to the Schweinfurth Art Center in Auburn this March, it would already have gone through judging by a two-person panel. The art center's program director Miranda Traudt says the jurors don't know anything about the artist when taking a look at their work.
The reason for the blind judging, according to Traudt, is so the judges can appraise the art on face value.
Judging will take place early in February.
Miranda's conversation with Joe Salzone from today's Finger Lakes Morning News is available right here.