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Submitting Artwork

The Art League accepts works for jurying via digital submission.  Artists are free to enter images of any current work made within the last 5 years. Images must be in  JPEG format, 300 dpi, and no smaller than 2100 pixels at the longest dimension. All files must be labeled with an artist’s first initial and last name. If accepted, works must adhere to Gallery hanging and framing requirements, and any work weighing over 50 lbs must be installed by the artist. Works are chosen by the selected juror’s curatorial vision and aesthetic. We expect to notify artists of the results ten days after the deadline, and email instructions for drop off of accepted works to the artists.

Marsha Staiger
Marsha Staiger

All  entry deadlines are the 15th of the month prior to the exhibiting month (ie. if the exhibit is in March, the deadline is February 15th).

For entry: All our online exhibits can be found at theartleague.submittable.com

You’ll need to create a free account first, then enter the information for each piece of artwork you’re entering: title, medium, price, and so forth. You also need to submit a digital image of your artwork! Give yourself plenty of time to get the best photograph you can, since this is how the juror will judge your artwork.

Notification for the exhibit will be sent to the email you set your account up with. You will receive an email if you were accepted or not accepted into the exhibit.

Drop-off dates will be indicated on the exhibit page and will be provided in the acceptance notifications.

Please note, works entered digitally MUST be available for exhibiting during that month.

Exhibiting Artist Dates

Sep 08
Sep 08

Artwork drop-off for Zeitgeist exhibit

September 8 - September 9
Fancy Free by Ann Ruppert
Fancy Free by Ann Ruppert

Become an Exhibiting Artist

Exhibiting Artist membership to The Art League gallery provides artists with the continual opportunity to have their work judged by esteemed local arts professionals, and to compete to exhibit their work in one of Washington’s largest art galleries.