Compete Allied Artists of America 110th Annual Exhibition
International Deadline: June 15, 2023 – Allied Artists of America is currently accepting entries until June 15, 2023 for 110th Annual Online Exhibit. Over $30,000 in cash awards will be given.
Online display September 1, 2023–September 1, 2024.
Live exhibition September 10th–October 8th, 2023, at the Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH for 125 artists selected from the online show.
Open to all artists 18 years and older. Original 2 dimensional artwork in oil, watercolor, pastel, acrylic, graphic, mixed media and sculpture are accepted. Works don’t have to be for sale, No POR (Price upon request). You do not need to be a member of Allied Artists of America to enter the exhibition.
Work must be 48″ or smaller in any dimension including frame. This applies for BOTH the online show and the Butler Institute of American Art Museum show.
JURY OF SELECTIONS
Nadia Klionsky, Natalia Koren Kropf, Steven Scheuring.
JURY of AWARDS
Karli Wurzelbacher, Ph.d, Head Curator Heckscher Museum Of Art, Huntington, NY
- Over $30,000 in cash
- $5000 Audrey Love Award
- AAA Gold Medal Of Honor, $3000
- AAA Silver Medal Of Honor, $2000
- AAA Bronze Medal Of Honor, $1000
APPLY ONLINE – Entry fee $65
Visit us online for more information. Accepting submissions until June 15, 2023.
A complete list of all accepted artists will be posted on the AAA website beginning July 8, 2023. Please check back for awards announcements concerning the 110th Annual Exhibition.
Allied Artists of America, Inc. is a non-profit National Art Society composed of artists, sculptors, elected active members and sustaining associate members from the across the country. The offices and exhibition galleries are both located at the elegant historical landmark, Salmagundi Club. The Allied Artists of America is incorporated under the provisions of section 101 (6) of the Internal Revenue Code.
The Allied Artists of America, Inc., as it is now known, was founded in New York City in the year 1914.
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The Butler Institute of American Art was the first museum dedicated exclusively to American art. Established by local industrialist and philanthropist Joseph G. Butler, Jr., the museum has been operating pro bono since 1919.
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