Art League News

News from The Art League, including community outreach, important local and national arts policy, and other news we think you'll be interested in.

Stained Glass Store Open for Business

With Spring Term classes underway, our new Stained Glass Store at the Madison Annex has expanded its hours! Stained glass of every description, solder, copper foil, bevels, and all kinds of tools and supplies are for sale to students and non-students alike. For details, visit our website here. Read more →

April’s Opening Reception is Tonight!

The natural and the supernatural meet in The Art League Gallery this month — and at the opening reception for April’s exhibits, tonight, April 11, at 6:30 pm! You’re invited to hobnob with the likes of Bacchus (a.k.a. Linda Lawler, the artist behind “Everyday Gods & Goddesses”) and the artists of “Flora & Fauna,” Read more →

How to Help During Spring2ACTion!

Wednesday, April 17 is Spring2ACTion – the 24-hour giving event throughout the city of Alexandria – and we need your support! It is the day to make a difference for The Art League. It’s a day when your donation, no matter how big or small, can help The Art League win up to $30,000 Read more →

Spring2ACTion FAQs – Help Us Win $30K Next Wednesday!

Wednesday, April 17 is Spring2ACTion – the 24-hour giving event throughout the city of Alexandria – and we need your support! Below are the answers to some FAQs and some information about this BIG giving day. Click here to learn how you can help via social media! What is Spring2ACTion? Spring2ACTion is a 24-hour, Read more →

2013 National Arts Advocacy Day

Americans For the Arts needs your help supporting federal funding for the arts: National Arts Advocacy Day is on Tuesday, April 9. We are in the final stages of preparing to welcome more than 500 arts advocates to Capitol Hill. Now here’s where we need your help. Even though you cannot attend in person, Read more →

The Art League in the News

It’s been a happening year so far for The Art League — we’ve been on TV, radio, and a national magazine! Read more →