Meet the Winners of the 80th Annual Members Exhibition
Admission is free
Meet the Winners of this years Artist Members Exhibition.
Guest Juror: Connie H. Choi, Associate Curator, Permanent Collection at The Studio Museum in Harlem.
For 80 years, Guild Hall Museum has reserved space in its exhibition schedule for the Annual Guild Hall Artist Members Exhibition. This is the oldest non-juried museum exhibition on Long Island and one of the few non-juried exhibitions still running. This community-centered exhibition is an opportunity to celebrate the artists who live and work here. Artists from every level participate in this exhibition to show their support of Guild Hall and its role in their life as their community Museum, Theater and Educational Art Center.
The Annual Guild Hall Artist Member Exhibition has often been referred to as the opening of the Art Season on the East End. It is a lively and vibrant exhibition featuring over 400 works in every medium from Guild Hall’s artist members.
Prizes are awarded in the following categories: Top Honors, Best Abstract, Best Representational, Best Photograph, and Best Work on Paper, Best Mixed Media, Theo Hios Landscape Award, and Honorable Mentions.
Connie H. Choi Guest JurorGuest Juror: Connie H. Choi, Associate Curator, Permanent Collection at The Studio Museum in Harlem She has worked on the exhibitions Fictions, Regarding the Figure, and Their Own Harlems. She is currently organizing a major traveling exhibition drawn from the museum’s permanent collection. Prior to joining the museum in February 2017, Choi was the assistant curator of American art at the Brooklyn Museum. She served as the project manager and lead curator of the 2016 reinstallation of the American galleries at the Brooklyn Museum, and the organizer of the museum’s presentation of Coney Island: Visions of an American Dreamland, 1861–2008. She has contributed catalogue essays for the Brooklyn Museum exhibitions John Singer Sargent Watercolors (2013), Witness: Art and Civil Rights in the Sixties (2014), Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic (2015), and We Wanted A Revolution: Black Radical Women, 1965-1985 (2017). Choi is a Ph.D. candidate in art history at Columbia University. She received a B.A. in the history of art from Yale University and an Ed.M. from Harvard University.