Memphis Germantown Art League Annual Spring Juried Exhibition

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Event Details

March 1-30. On view in the Visitors Center.

The Memphis/Germantown Art League (MGAL) is a nonprofit organization of visual artists and associates supporting the work of its member artists. The League’s purpose is to aid its member artists in their professional growth and in the development of their artistic skills by providing exhibitions, workshops, demonstrations, and other continuing education opportunities. In addition, the League works to enrich the community by presenting original fine art in public exhibits and by participating in other community art activities. MGAL supports art education in the schools and awards a prize each year to an outstanding high school senior whose works are in the Mid-South Fair School Art show. The League’s annual activities also include a juried national art exhibition and competition with entry open to all U.S. visual artists 18 or older. Organized on August 16, 1976, as the Germantown Art League, the group was chartered on June 22, 1977, as a nonprofit Tennessee corporation. In May 1988, the organization’s name was changed to Memphis/Germantown Art League in recognition of the wider geographical distribution of its members. The League depends on all its members as volunteer to serve on its Board of Directors and committees and to assist in the work of the organization. MGAL recognizes with gratitude its founders, its past presidents, and others who helped it grow into what is now one of the largest associations of visual artists in this region.

There will be a reception on March 3 from 2-4 pm.



march 1 (Friday) - 30 (Saturday)