PORTSMOUTH – The New Hampshire Art Association will be jurying in new members in April.

NHAA is currently looking to showcase only regional New England artists working in all media. New member jurying is determined by a jury of established NHAA artist members.

Those interested will submit four works completed in the last three years. The works submitted should indicate a consistency of quality, style and expression. Artists are strongly advised to submit work that would be viewed as a series or small body of work.

The New Hampshire Art Association is the oldest statewide art association in New Hampshire. Founded in 1940, it is one of the oldest associations in the country.

The Robert Lincoln Levy Gallery, named in honor of longtime NHAA member, Robert Lincoln Levy, has been headquarters to NHAA since 1990.

NHAA consists of approximately 300 visual artists who are painters, printmakers, photographers, mixed media artists, and sculptors.

This association has a rich history and is thriving with active artists. The Board of Directors is poised and dedicated to providing longevity and vision.

NHAA’s mission is to connect visual artists with the public through ongoing exhibits and educational activities that encourage appreciation for contemporary culture, foster creativity, and enhance community spirit.

Submissions will be accepted Sunday, April 7, from 4 to 5 p.m., and Monday, April 8, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., at the Robert Lincoln Levy Gallery, 136 State Street, Portsmouth, NH.

Visit www.nhartassociation.org for a prospectus and more detailed information as well as member benefits.