Dear Members, Supporters and Friends,
Happy New Year! I hope that you are all very well.
2021 comes with great hope. After a long time of tremendous challenges and separation from our friends, colleagues and even from families, a time when most of our social and artistic events vanished, we step into the New Year with great expectations. At this time, on behalf of the Allied Artists of America, I want to thank you for being part of our organization; your enthusiastic participation and generosity joined our dedication to make possible the outstanding 107th exhibition, as well as the impressive Associate Members online Competition, both exhibitions are fully accessible due to the power of digital communication. You can view the 107th Annual exhibition on our website until August 2021 and you can view The Associate Online exhibition until August 2022. It is a remarkable and inspiring accomplishment. Please visit and enjoy!
We are currently working on the dates and technicalities for the upcoming 2021 108th exhibition, an in-person and on location exhibition, once again hosted in both grandiose galleries of the historic Salmagundi Club in New York. Pending future Covid-19 conditions, we will notify you about our live Reception /Award ceremony day.
We are proud to announce two newly added Awards to the existing ones: the Daniel. E. Greene, N.A., Memorial Award and the Audrey Love Memorial Award. Our Juror of Selection is John Simko, Director of the Nutley Historical Museum in Nutley, New Jersey.
We are looking forward to the upcoming exhibition and your participation in this wonderful artistic event. Your continuous, timely membership support and generous donations are essential to the existence and optimal functioning of the Allied Artists of America, our prestigious artistic forum. Moreover, your contributions will have an extended, positive impact for both artists and the greater artistic community. Thank you!
Wishing you all optimal health, creativity and prosperity!
Allied Artists of America