About the Program
The Art Students League is committed to offering exhibition opportunities to our student/member artists. The League’s Exhibition Outreach Program (EOP) displays the work of League artists in venues throughout the tristate area for viewing by hundreds of thousands of people. Students gain experience entering their work in competition, preparing their work for display, and marketing their work for sale.
Since its inception in 2006, EOP has placed works by more than 800 artists in more than 200 exhibitions. League artists have exhibited at major venues and fairs, including the Affordable Art Fair (2008–2017), the Governors Island Art Fair (2012–2014), League artists have also participated in EOP public art events, including Sketch in the Park. Other regular exhibition venues include AT Kearney, Squire Patton Boggs, and the Conference Board.
Become a Part of Exhibition Outreach
Throughout the year, EOP mounts exhibitions with our venue partners in corporate, medical and public spaces in the New York area. League students currently enrolled in classes are encouraged to submit their work to the EOP image database. When the Exhibition Outreach team finds the right match for a venue, we will contact the chosen artists and walk them through the process of participating in an exhibition.Apply to Exhibition Outreach
Application coming soon for:
“Waterfront” at the Manhattan Borough President’s Office, July 3-31
Calls open May 15
Become a Venue Partner
When our partners host an exhibit of diverse and powerful work by League artists, they enhance their everyday environment and demonstrate their support for the arts and for the community to their employees, clients and other visitors. To find out how to become a venue partner, please call Renée Larson at 212-247-4510, x. 170. or email email@example.com
The Exibition Outreach Program is made possible through the generosity of the Arlene B. Coffey Trust, the Marilyn and Bob Laurie Foundation, and the Ruth Katzman Fund, and with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.