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  • adj. Without a jury.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ juried

Examples

  • Totally uneven see the "unjuried" comment above, but totally awesome.

    Friday Top 5

  • During installation, Artomatic artists will transform nine floors of raw building space into the largest unjuried creative playground around DC.

    Eric Shutt: Next Best DC Arts Festival: Artomatic

  • Two weeks of unjuried fringe theater in DC in July.

    Friday Top 5

  • Open to all Windsor, Essex & Detroit area artists; photography; unjuried.

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  • Choose from more than 600 unjuried, uncensored performances over a frenzied 11 days at the 27th annual Vancouver International Fringe Festival - a happy mishmash of theatre, dance, comedy and music happening all around Granville Island.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • It is a member of the Canadian Association of Fringe Festivals (CAFF) and follows the mandate to remain 100% unjuried, 100% uncensored, 100% accessible for artists and audiences alike, with 100% of ticket sales given back to the artists.

    SplicedFeed

  • This is an unjuried show, giving local artists an opportunity to not only show their work, but to sell pieces through the Arts Council.

    Glenwood Springs Post Independent - Top Stories

  • First off - if you are foolhardy enough to have a completely unjuried festival (while maintaining some kind of political / aesthetic / artistic agenda) then you have to deal with what you get.

    Culturebot

  • "What we're seeing over the last few years is a major step closer to the Edinburgh Fringe model where, although the festival itself is unjuried, there are extremely active producers who are seeking out work that they think is appropriate to their audience," Cheoros says, adding that the Scottish granddaddy of all Fringes also evolved into a city-wide event a long time ago.

    Vue Weekly

  • The open, unjuried nature of members 'exhibitions usually means presentations of work widely ranging in merit.

    Artvoice - Buffalo's #1 Newsweekly

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