Art League Events

News on upcoming events, and photos and videos from recent events, including our popular annual Patrons’ Show Fundraiser, biennial Ikebana Show, Artfête, and Art on the Rocks. To view our calendar, visit The Art League homepage.

Today’s Critique with Deanna Schwartzberg

Today’s critique with Deanna Schwartzberg, who teaches abstract painting at The Art League School, offered a small group of artists constructive criticism on a variety of their works. Deanna and the group set up a semicircle in the gallery. She offered ideas on composition, color, and other perspectives. The other artists present were asked Read more →

Sign Up for a Critique on Tuesday

Artists: you are formally invited to register for a free critique with Art League School instructor Deanna Schwartzberg this Tuesday, April 17. From 11:00 am to 1:00 pm, Deanna will critique work in the Gallery. Artists can bring two works each to the critique. Deanna teaches abstract painting at The Art League School, but Read more →

Opening Reception and Sculpture Contest Thursday

Light refreshments and friendly competition are on the menu for Thursday’s opening reception for April’s exhibits, “Earth,” “April All-Media Exhibit,” and “Somewhere in the Orient II.” (More photos are in this blog post.) The opening reception and meet the artist will take place from 6:30 to 8:00 pm in The Art League Gallery. Things Read more →

Opening Reception Tonight: “Play” and “Elemental”

The March shows in The Art League Gallery are in like a couple of lions, with a solo show of encaustic paintings by Georgia Nassikas and the juried “Play” exhibit featuring works in all media incorporating the theme of play. The opening reception for these amazing shows is tonight at 6:30! If you can’t Read more →

Free Japanese Ceramics Workshop Saturday

Colorado potter Kazu Oba will be teaching a free workshop on Japanese Ceramics this Saturday, March 3, from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. Kazu, who came to the United States as a young adult, will be focusing on modern and traditional forms from Karatsu, Japan, a center of ceramics where he apprenticed in 2003–2004. Read more →

45th Annual Patrons’ Show: Bigger and Better

Sunday’s Patrons’ Show was the best yet, with 687 amazing pieces of artwork taken one by one for new homes. As always, the crowd was energetic in making its feelings known, cheering and applauding — and groaning when favorite pieces were selected too early for its taste. Taking inspiration from the artists, patrons got Read more →