Long Island Artists Exhibition 2023 Call for Artists

 

Exhibiting in the Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery
March 4 – April 7, 2023
Deadline to Submit Applications:  Tuesday, January 31, 2023

 

It’s the Art League of Long Island’s 61st Long Island Artists Exhibition!  The Art League of Long Island invites artists from Suffolk, Nassau, Brooklyn, and Queens to submit entries to the upcoming juried exhibit featuring works by artists who call the four counties of the island home.  The biennial exhibit and will be on view in the Art League’s spacious Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery March 4, 2023 through April 7, 2023.   The deadline to submit applications is Tuesday, January 31, 2023.

Entry for each artist is limited to five works not previously exhibited in the Art League of Long Island’s gallery, one of which may be chosen from among submissions by the exhibition juror.  Two and three-dimensional original work in any medium may be submitted, including photography and fine craft, with the exception of videos.  Two-dimensional work may not exceed 62” high by 50” wide INCLUDING FRAME and 40 lbs.  Three-dimensional work for display on pedestals may not exceed 15” wide by 15” deep by 30” high.  Three-dimensional work designed to stand on the floor may not exceed 28” wide by 28” deep by 60” high. Three-dimensional work may not exceed 50 lbs.  All accepted work must be suitably prepared for gallery display.  Full details on entry requirements can be found in the prospectus.

Entries must be submitted online at https://client.smarterentry.com/alli

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About the Juror: The Art League is honored to have Neill Slaughter serve as juror for the Long Island Artists Exhibition. Professor Slaughter has taught at the university level for four decades as well as exhibiting his art nationally and internationally. Awarded an MFA degree from Indiana University in 1978 his teaching career began in Philadelphia at Tyler School of Art. 1981-82 he inaugurated a study abroad program at Alnwick Castle in England. 1983-93 he taught for California State University and Loyola Marymount University, again teaching abroad at University of Kent in Canterbury, England in 1989.  From 1993 to the present Professor Slaughter has lived in Southampton NY and taught for Long Island University until his retirement, being granted Professor Emeritus status in 2017.  Among his awards and honors, Professor Slaughter has received a Ford Foundation Fellowship, a Scottish Arts Council Grant, an LMU Research Grant to Africa, a Fulbright Fellowship to India and a David Newton Award for Excellence in Teaching. 2008 Slaughter mounted a thirty-year retrospective, which included a color catalogue and in 2022 a fifty-year retrospective with a webinar lecture. Additional information: www.neillslaughter.com