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Adirondack Artists Guild Gallery
2024 Adirondack Artists Guild Juried Exhibition


Adirondack Artists Guild Gallery 26th Annual Juried Competition


The Adirondack Artists Guild announces its twenty-sixth annual juried competition. Entries will be accepted through and the actual exhibit will be both on our website and in the Gallery. NOTE: all accepted pieces need to be hand-delivered, so please do not enter if you are unable to deliver in person. 


The Adirondack Artists Guild is a cooperative retail art gallery representing a diverse group of artists residing and working in the Tri-Lakes region of the Adirondack Park in northern New York State. The gallery is located at 52 Main St, Saranac Lake. The Adirondack Artists Guild is on Facebook, Instagram, and on the web at



Registration opens: Jan 3, 2024

Submission deadline: February 25, 2024

Notifications: March 4-5, 2024. Results available in your OnlineJuriedShows artist profile.

HAND DELIVERY of accepted work: March 6-9, 2024

Show opens: March 15, 2024

Show closes: April 17, 2024

Pick up of exhibited work: April 18-21, 2024 



•       This competition is open to all living artists, 18 and older.

•       Must be able to hand-deliver actual work to Gallery.

•       There is no specific theme.

•       Work must have been completed in the last three years.

•       Work must not have been previously exhibited at the Adirondack Artists Guild.

•       All media are acceptable, including 3D items such as ceramics, jewelry, fiber art, etc.

•       Maximum width, including frame, is 38” and any 3-D work must be suitable for a small gallery.

•       All work must be original.

•       No work done in class or under supervision may be submitted

•       No prints of work originally done in a different medium (i.e. prints of paintings).

•       AAG reserves the right to not display work that does not meet our standards for exhibition.

•       The Gallery reserves the right to use photos of exhibited works for publicity purposes.



Apply and submit your images online at Log in and click Enter This Show to begin your submissions.

Help in photographing your work and properly sizing your images can be found at: For best results, make sure your image is 72 dpi and 1920 pixels on the longest side (or larger). Images must be in JPEG format, under 4 mb, and RGB color space. If you need help entering, please contact or call 888-666-1351.

Notification of acceptance will be via email once the results are ready to view in your artist profile, and a list published on our website.



Cash awards will be announced on the opening day of the show. All accepted works will be displayed and available for purchase (unless NFS) on the Adirondack Artists Guild

website and in the Gallery. Prize winners will be featured on the home page. Press releases and email announcements will be sent out to publicize the exhibit.



All accepted entries will be hung in the gallery from March 10-April 17, 2024. The opening reception and awards presentation will be Friday, March 15, from 5 - 7 pm. Refreshments provided. The event is open to the public and all artists and their families are invited to attend.



A non-refundable entry fee of $35 for one or two works, with the submission of a third piece optional for an additional $10, must accompany entries.



The gallery will handle all sales of artwork, retaining a 30% commission. Checks for sold pieces will be sent to artists at the conclusion of the exhibition.




Laura Desmond is the Curator and Educator at the Frederic Remington Art Museum in Ogdensburg, NY. As Museum Curator, she is responsible for the world's largest collection of paintings, drawings, sculptures, and sketches by Frederic Remington, and oversees the research, design, installation, and presentation of exhibitions at the Museum, including three annual juried exhibits of works by contemporary artists. She creates the Museum's interpretive and educational programs, and is passionate about giving Museum visitors memorable experiences in the visual arts. She has previous Museum experience in collections, exhibitions, and program delivery at the Potsdam Public Museum and at the Richard F. Brush Art Gallery, and a background in teaching at the college and university level.

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