Meet the Judges for the Third Annual Juried Exhibition at the Hylton Performing Arts Center

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Provided by Hylton Performing Arts Center

Barry Broadway, Owner, Broadway Gallery

Son to a USAF pilot father and a mother from South African who was a visual artist and dancer, Barry Broadway grew up spending his youth in Europe, traveling regularly to South Africa, which gave him a unique opportunity to see the world at a young age. Barry and his family eventually settled in Virginia in 1973. Still a resident of the Commonwealth, Barry is the owner and operator of Broadway Gallery. His mother began the business in 1978 to paint and frame her artwork and Barry has managed the business for over twenty years. Broadway Gallery is a full service art and framing studio that offers professional services to the design industry, retail public, and corporate community. Barry played a large role in helping open the Buchanan Partners Art Gallery at the Hylton Center, acting as a consultant with the current hanging system. He has also lent his time, skill, and knowledge to Briton Camphouse, Buchanan Partners Art Gallery Coordinator, since its first exhibition.

Nikki Brugnoli, School of Art Faculty and Assistant Graduate Programs Coordinator, George Mason University; Coordinator, Lorton Workhouse Art Lab; Hamiltonian Mentor

Nikki Brugnoli (1981) received her BFA from Seton Hill University (2004) and her MFA from The Ohio State University (2007). She serves as adjunct faculty at George Mason University and is the Assistant Graduate Programs Coordinator and Graduate Advisor in the School of Art. Ms. Brugnoli is also the Coordinator of the Art Lab at the Lorton Workhouse, Lorton, VA; Assistant Coordinator for the DC Cultural/Flashpoint/GMU MFA Fellowship Program, Washington DC; and a Hamiltonian Mentor. Nikki has taught at the Northern Virginia Community College, and The Renaissance School in Charlottesville, VA.

In addition to her full-time academic services at George Mason University, Nikki has been the Project Associate for the Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here DC 2016 Project from 2014-2016 amsshdc2016.org.

Her work is included in many private collections across the United States, and is featured in national academic and public institutions. Nikki has a solo exhibition in November 2016 at McLean Project for the Arts and is curating “Drawn Out, Drawn Over: Mapping the Territory of Experience” at Brentwood Arts Exchange in February 2017.

Hannele Lahti, Artist

Hannele Lahti is a photographer and filmmaker based in the Washington, D.C. area. Her work focuses on environmental conservation with a primary interest in water. She uses her work to foster an appreciation for our natural resources by creating visual stories for clients and fine art exhibitions to engage the public.

She is represented by National Geographic Creative and earned her BFA in Photographic Illustration from the Rochester Institute of Technology.

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