Phil Davis reports that big changes are in store for the Madison Art Center's invitational exhibition featuring Wisconsin artists. In addition to relying on slide submissions, center director Tom Garver and two curators will travel statewide to seek out artists. "We're trying to avoid the vices of a juried show," he elaborates. "This is the way the Whitney Biennial is organized - they don't ask for slides at all. It's an experiment for us that changes the fundamental way the institution deals with artists. Rather than depending on a jury, we'll be taking complete responsibility for the show. It should also be more equitable. Normally an artist has to pay to be juried, but we won't have any fees." Garver resigns as the Madison Art Center's director in 1987, and is now an arts historian and consultant, library liaison for the Friends of the UW-Madison Libraries and organizing curator for Virginia's O. Winston Link Museum.