The current show is “Small Town, Big Town” and is on display from October 27 to November 20.

Click here to download our Standard Exhibition Submission form (fillable pdf)

The Newark Arts Alliance displays work by area artists in monthly exhibits year-round in our Exhibition Gallery. Exhibits are a mix of themed shows, which are open to submissions by all, and solo/group shows.

We encourage community members to submit works of art to our themed exhibitions. Membership is not required and there are no geographical restrictions on artists. Artists under 18 must have a parent, guardian, or teacher sign their submission form.

Current Exhibition

Upcoming 2020 Exhibitions

  • Holiday Art Market | Nov 24–Jan 2

Upcoming 2021 Exhibitions

“The Still Life” I Jan. 5-29, 2021
“Figure It Out” I Feb. 2-26
“Young at Art” I March 2-26
“Patterns & Texture in Photography” I March 29-April 30
Lina Moany Solo Show I May 3-28
“Flowers”, Show of work by Fran Hart & Carole Huber I June 1-July 2
“Water Feature” I July 6-30
NAA Annual Members’ Show I Aug. 3-27
Mark Starr Solo Show I Aug. 31-Sept. 24
Autumn Scenes I Sept. 27-Oct. 22
Patched and Pieced I Oct. 26-Nov. 19
Holiday Art Market I Nov. 23-Dec. 31

Past Shows (2020)

The Exhibition Gallery Committee

The Newark Arts Alliance’s Exhibition Gallery is coordinated by our Exhibition Gallery Committee.  This Committee is comprised of an NAA Board Member and volunteers from our community. The Exhibition Gallery Committee chooses artists from our community to jury the themed exhibitions. You may contact the Exhibition Gallery Committee by sending an email to

Please note: Due to the volume of submissions and space considerations, even excellent work is sometimes not accepted. The Committee will not respond to queries on why individual works were not accepted by the jurors, nor why individual solo show applications were not chosen for display.

Jury criteria:

Originality (no kits or copies); well-crafted, skillful execution; and professional presentation. Hanging work must have picture wire securely fastened with hardware to the back of the frame. Central hanging devices (e.g. rings and saw-tooth hangers) do not work with the NAA’s hanging system.