The Allied Artists of America, Inc., as it is now known, was founded in New York City in the year 1914
The twelve original founders were Ernest Albert, Paul Cornoyer, Marshal Fry, Edmund Greacen, Arthur Powell, Walter C. Hartson, William R. Leigh, Frederick Mulhaupt, G. Glenn Newell, H. Ledyard Towle, H. A. Vincent and Jules Turcas.
The inaugural 1914 exhibition of members and non-members was at the Washington Irving High School on Irving Place, New York City. Thereafter, the annual open exhibition were held in the American Fine Arts Society Building, 215 West 57th Street (now the location of The Art Student League), New York City, except two invitations at the Brooklyn Museum in 1933 and 1934 and a joint exhibition with the New York Watercolor Club which was held at the New York World’s Fair in 1940…READ MORE
Important Dates in 2019
March 15-July 3: Applications
July 16: Notifications online
August 29: Exhibition Opens
September 15: Closing Reception
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News, Opportunities and Announcements
Updates on some great events and shows around the town by Allied’s own Newsletter Editor, Elaine Clayman. Find out what’s happening!
2018 Annual Exhibition
View Award Winners and Exhibition highlights from the 2018 annual show!
2018 Associates Online Exhibition
This year Allied Artists of America is holding a special online exhibition for Associates to recognize the important role Associates play in the continued success of the organization. Associates make up the largest group of affiliated artists in the organization and play a vital role in the support and spirit of Allied Artists.