The League’s free events & exhibitions are a cornerstone of our commitment to the education of artists—and the public at large. We host exhibitions, lectures, panels, and films featuring renowned artists, curators, and other art experts. Explore our calendar of events and exhibitions below.
Presented in partnership with the American Federation of Arts, this panel discussion will focus on the visible and invisible ways queer identity has been encoded into American art, past and present.
In this lecture, Todd Siler will delve into how his work integrates art and science, interpreting how the mind is connected to all its creations.
The League's permanent collection traces the past 150 years of American art with more than 2,500 outstanding works by League artists. This rotation of recent acquisitions features 20 unsigned and undated works on paper attributed to Barnett Newman.
This exhibition presents a selection of works from the Art Students League’s permanent collection that feature its home and Muse: New York City.
The Instructor Windows Rotation is an ongoing tradition at the League, featuring new or recent works by League Instructors in the windows of our historic French Renaissance building overlooking 57th Street.