The Arts & Science Center for Southeast Arkansas is proud to host its ‘2021 Irene Rosenzweig Juried Exhibition,’ one of our largest events of the year! The prestigious ‘2021 Irene Rosenzweig Juried Exhibition’ is a biennial show that is open to artists living in Arkansas, Missouri, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, and Oklahoma. This exhibit is an excellent opportunity for both established and up-and-coming artists. The Rosenzweig juried show has a long history with The Arts & Science Center, beginning with a gift from the Irene Rosenzweig Foundation in 1992. Irene Rosenzweig was born July 26, 1903, in Pine Bluff and graduated first in her class in 1920 from Pine Bluff High School. She received a Ph.D. from Bryn Mawr College in Pennsylvania and was awarded the Prix De Rome fellowship from the American Academy in Rome. Fluent in French, German, Spanish, Latin and Greek, she served as tutor to the Franklin D. Roosevelt family in the White House. Rosenzweig died in Pine Bluff in 1997. This exhibition will be on view from Thursday, July 22 through Saturday, Oct. 16. For more information on our upcoming exhibits, visit asc701.org/upcoming.