Exhibiting Artist members of The Art League may submit up to three works to digital entry shows; only one may be accepted. The entry fee is $5 per work. For most monthly juried shows, approximately 20% of submissions will be accepted.

If you have an All-Inclusive Exhibiting Artist Membership*, make sure you enter the call for each exhibit, labeled "All-Inclusive."

If you are not an exhibiting member of The Art League but are interested in submitting work, visit our website for more information and how to join.

*Specialty Exhibits that are in addition to the regular monthly exhibit (Petite December, Tabletop, Etc.) require all artists to pay a flat entry fee. 

 **When submitting your payment, remember that the amount displayed is a drop down menu and you must click to change the amount due.**

Submission guidelines: PLEASE READ EVERYTHING CAREFULLY

Exhibit Dates: August 7- September 2, 2018

Art represents our human values.

Artists take different actions and apply different practices, based on their judgments of what approach is most important to produce their artwork and share it with their communities. Their artwork reflects what is important in the creative life of the particular artist that produced it and that can be the essential theme in the artist’s body of work.

Participating artists are encouraged to submit artwork that best captures what is most important in their creative life—be it the subject of the work, the process, or the object’s function.

Restrictions:

• ***All works must adhere to the gallery framing and presentation requirements. For 2D works, no clip frames are permitted and hanging wire must be attached to the frame, not the backing. No saw tooth hangers. Framed artwork will not be installed without hanging hire. Canvases may be painted on the edge or gallery wrapped with no visible staples.***

• Artist must be a current membership of The Art League Gallery

• If the work weighs over 60lbs, the artist must install if accepted

*Artists are free to enter any current work made within 5 years.

*Works are chosen by the selected juror’s curatorial vision and aesthetic.

Digital Submission Deadline:

· Sunday, July 15, 2018 by midnight

We expect to notify artists of the results by July 25th, with drop off of accepted artworks occuring  on or before August 5th and 6th. 

Awards: 

· TBA

About the Juror: Sharon Louden 

Sharon M. Louden is an artist, educator, advocate for artists, and editor of the “Living and Sustaining a Creative Life” series of books. She graduated with a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and an MFA from Yale University School of Art. Her work has been exhibited in numerous venues including the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, the Drawing Center, Carnegie Mellon University, Weisman Art Museum, National Gallery of Art, Birmingham Museum of Art, Weatherspoon Art Museum and the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art.

Louden has taught since 1991. Her teaching experience includes studio and professional practice classes to students of all levels in many institutions throughout the United States. Colleges and universities at which she has lectured and taught include: Kansas City Art Institute, College of Saint Rose, Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Vanderbilt University and Maryland Institute College of Art.

Louden is a faculty member in the MFA Fine Arts program at the School of Visual Arts in New York and a Senior Critic at the New York Academy of Art where she organizes a popular Lecture Series, interviewing luminaries and exceptional individuals in the art world and from afar. 



Submission guidelines: PLEASE READ EVERYTHING CAREFULLY

Exhibit Dates: August 7- September 2, 2018

Art represents our human values.

Artists take different actions and apply different practices, based on their judgments of what approach is most important to produce their artwork and share it with their communities. Their artwork reflects what is important in the creative life of the particular artist that produced it and that can be the essential theme in the artist’s body of work.

Participating artists are encouraged to submit artwork that best captures what is most important in their creative life—be it the subject of the work, the process, or the object’s function.

Restrictions:

• ***All works must adhere to the gallery framing and presentation requirements. For 2D works, no clip frames are permitted and hanging wire must be attached to the frame, not the backing. No saw tooth hangers. Framed artwork will not be installed without hanging hire. Canvases may be painted on the edge or gallery wrapped with no visible staples.***

• Artist must be a current membership of The Art League Gallery

• If the work weighs over 60lbs, the artist must install if accepted

*Artists are free to enter any current work made within 5 years.

*Works are chosen by the selected juror’s curatorial vision and aesthetic.

Digital Submission Deadline:

· Sunday, July 15, 2018 by midnight

We expect to notify artists of the results by July 25th, with drop off of accepted artworks occuring  on or before August 5th and 6th. 

Awards: 

· TBA

About the Juror: Sharon Louden 

Sharon M. Louden is an artist, educator, advocate for artists, and editor of the “Living and Sustaining a Creative Life” series of books. She graduated with a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and an MFA from Yale University School of Art. Her work has been exhibited in numerous venues including the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, the Drawing Center, Carnegie Mellon University, Weisman Art Museum, National Gallery of Art, Birmingham Museum of Art, Weatherspoon Art Museum and the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art.

Louden has taught since 1991. Her teaching experience includes studio and professional practice classes to students of all levels in many institutions throughout the United States. Colleges and universities at which she has lectured and taught include: Kansas City Art Institute, College of Saint Rose, Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Vanderbilt University and Maryland Institute College of Art.

Louden is a faculty member in the MFA Fine Arts program at the School of Visual Arts in New York and a Senior Critic at the New York Academy of Art where she organizes a popular Lecture Series, interviewing luminaries and exceptional individuals in the art world and from afar.