MFA alum Nancy Nesvet has curated an exhibition of work by Maine artist Judy Taylor. Taylor's 11-panel Labor Mural was removed in March from the headquarters of Maine's Department of Labor by Governor Paul LePage. A large-scale reproduction of the mural, preliminary drawings, labor paintings and supporting work
will be on view through September 20th at VisArts in Rockville, Maryland.The show will include an opening reception on September 8th, an artist talk by Judy Taylor on September 10th and a panel discussion on September 15th focusing on the intersection of art and politics. Panelists include Georgetown University Labor History Professor Joe McCartin; Julian Spirer, an attorney who has argued cases on art in the public sector; Don Tuski, President of Maine College of Art and Penny Harris, former President, League of
Women Voters, Maine.