94th Annual San Antonio Artists Exhibition
Each year the San Antonio Art League Museum sponsors a prestigious state-wide Juried Exhibition. This annual San Antonio Artists Exhibition grew out of the fabled Edgar B. Davis Competitions of the late 1920s. Now in its 94th year, the Annual San Antonio Art League Exhibition offers over $10,000 in awards and purchase prizes, one of which will add to the permanent collection of the San Antonio Art League Museum .
Download the Prospectus.
Nov 15, 2023–Jan 31, 2024
Online submission at
www.saalm.org/94.html via EntryThingy
Feb 11, 2024
Notification of accepted submissions
Feb 28, 2024
Deadline for shipped artwork to SAALM,
130 King William St, San Antonio, TX 78204
March 1, 2024: 3–6 pm & March 2, 2024:
Hand-delivered artwork to SAALM
March 2, 2024
Juror selects award winners
Apr 14, 2024, 3–5 pm
Exhibition Opening & Awards Ceremony
June 8, 2024
June 9, 2024, 10 am–4 pm
Pick up hand-delivered artwork at SAALM
June 10, 2024
Shipped artwork will be returned at artist’s
• All SAALM members and nonmembers with established
current residency in the State of Texas including armed forces
personnel stationed in Texas and their dependents.
• Non-resident SAALM members who have been members for 3
consecutive years or more.
(Note: The Prospectus is designed to be printed out and folded in half lengthwise)
OUR JUROR: Heather Lunsford, MA
Heather K. Frickenschmidt Lunsford is the 5th generation of a farming and ranching family from Enid, and the Director and Curator of the Nona Jean Hulsey Gallery at Oklahoma City University. She is also a mixed-media artist who studied watercolor painting and art history at Oklahoma State University and Northern Illinois University. She received her Master of Arts in Administration from the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio, TX and wrote Spanish and bilingual educational programming at the San Antonio Museum of Art. Heather also has a certificate from Harvard Business School online in sustainable business strategy and a Master of Legal Studies from OCU, and is a member with the International Society of Appraisers. Previously, Heather was the Director of Art in Public Places for the State of Oklahoma and the Art Director for the Heritage Trust project in Oklahoma City. Heather has served as an arts commissioner for the city of Edmond, is a current Rotarian for Oklahoma City 29, advised OKCPC Academy of Arts, and is on the board of the Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition.