AAG Winter Exhibition | Virtual Exhibition  |  click here to see the show!

AAG Statewide Exhibition | April 17- May 15, 2021
a hybrid exhibition

This 10th Annual AAG Statewide exhibition is open to all residents of Arizona. Membership in AAG is NOT required for this exhibition.

Location:  MOOD ROOM PHX
3121 North 3rd Ave, Unit 100, Phoenix, AZ. 85013 (Park Central)
and virtually | ArizonaArtistsGuild.net

The following awards will be made:
Best of Show $1000 cash
Award of Excellence $500 cash
Award of Merit $250 cash
plus special recognition awards to be announced

2018 Best of Show by BARBARA DAHLSTEDT

Important Dates:
Submissions: March 1 – March 31, 2021
Notification to Artists:  April 7, 2021 via email
Delivery of Art to the Mood Room:  April 13, Noon to 7PM
Open House:  Saturday April 17, Noon to 9PM
Announcement of Awards:  7:00 PM
Pick up Art Work: Saturday, May 15, 4 to 6PM


Entry Fees:
AAG Members        AAG Non-Members:     
   One Piece:  $35       One Piece:  $40
   Two Pieces:  $40       Two Pieces:  $45
   Three Pieces $45      Three Pieces $50

Barbara Kemp Cowlin
Barbara received a BFA in Printmaking and MA in Community College
Education with a focus on printmaking from Northern Arizona University.
She completed additional graduate-level work in Bookmaking and Letterpress Printing at Arizona State University. She is a Certified Golden Artist Educator and is the 2019 recipient of the Adolph and Esther Gottlieb
Individual Artist Grant recipient.

Ann Morton
After a 35+ year professional career as a graphic/environmental graphic
designer, Ann earned my MFA in 2012 from Arizona State University’s
Herberger Institute – School of Art. Currently, Ann is a practicing artist and
an instructor at Mesa Community College, and previously at Arizona State
University and Paradise Valley Community College, in metropolitan Phoenix.

Dr. Grant Vetter
Dr. Grant Vetter is the Program Director of Fine Art Complex 1101 and
the Curatorial Coordinator for Artlink. He was a former Galleries Director
at Arizona State University where he still teaches curatorial theory. He is
also the author of The Architecture of Control (Zero Books 2012)

 AAG Outreach Programs Exhibition | Dates TBA
This exhibition is open only to participants of the current year  Veterans Art Programs, and Suicide Survivor Program.

“Great Art Program!! Sometimes I surprise myself on some art projects, that I did not possibly could do. Doing Art is giving part of me to you. And that is a good thing!! Thank you!”This program is supported by AAG donations and funding from the Arizona Arts Alliance, and is designed to provide meaningful art instruction to Veterans of US Military Service for free to the Vets. Since June 2014, this program has helped, on average, 15 vets each month, learn how to be an artist. – participating veteran

“I love this, I like the variety of mediums and projects. I look forward to coming here, very much, so relaxing. I’m grateful for having the opportunity. Instructors are so helpful and knowledgeable. Thank you” – participating veteran

“This program is really great. Since I’ve been coming here, I have learned how to deal with my PTSD in a more positive way. The staff is very respectful and knowledgeable. I love and look forward to each and every class!” – participating veteran

Visions of Possibilities Exhibitions
2020-21 Exhibition Schedule Coming Soon

An art exhibition in partnership with The Beatitudes Assisted Living Community, a senior care facility in central Phoenix.  Juried Members of AAG are invited to a one or two-person three-month-long exhibit.  Rotating quarterly, residents of the Beatitudes and their families enjoy the changing exhibitions and the opportunity to enjoy art when often they cannot get out to experience it at museums or galleries.

Direct inquiries to: Les Rudnick  

Devonshire Senior Center | Quarterly exhibitions

2020-21 Exhibition Schedule Coming Soon

Acceptance in Devonshire Center Exhibition does NOT count toward juried status. This is a curated show which offers AAG artists a venue to display to the public.  The Denvenshire Senior Center has approximately 150 visitors per day.

Details and Entry Guidelines