jurying Archive

Congratulations and Welcome to the New Torpedo Factory Artists

We're thrilled to have eight Art League members among the group! Read more →

Ink, Water, Paint, Light, Rust: Announcing the 2018 Solo Artists!

This past week, jurors met to review all the submissions for solo exhibits at The Art League in 2018. Read more →

Juror’s Tips for Entering “Not a Box”

Alex Paik is an artist using cut and folded paper to explore visual counterpoint and repetition as a tool for development. Read more →

Juror Joseph Cavalieri talks “Superstition & Belief”

“Before I look at the title and any description, I seek intriguing art, that is distinct and fresh.” Read more →

What Are Art League Jurors Looking For?

There is often a common thread that runs through many of the works that are selected for Art League exhibits. While our jurors come from a myriad of artistic backgrounds and visual disciplines, they all feel that the same qualities make up a successful work of art: a combination of skill and personal vision. Read more →

The Show Must Go Up

Midday snow flurries in Alexandria coincided with a flurry of activity in The Art League Gallery, where jurying was taking place for the January All-Media exhibit. Ever wondered how the artwork is delivered, chosen, and hung for each show? It’s an involved process which, thanks to the help of gallery volunteers, only takes a Read more →