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.

The Washington Post’s Real Art D.C.

Competition for local artists – check it out! (click link above) Real Art D.C. is seeking works by local artistsFriday, April 9, 2010; C08 Attention artists: Jessica Dawson is hitting the studios to uncover Washington talent. It’s all part of Real Art D.C., the Washington Post’s exciting new platform for contemporary art in the Read more →

Save the Date!

Teresa Oaxaca, “Classical Realism: New Works”May 6 – June 7, 2010Opening Reception: Thursday, May 13, 6:30-8:00 pm Stay tuned for more info! Read more →

The Art League Opens at National Harbor!

The Art League Opens at National Harbor We are thrilled to announce the launch of our NEW gallery space at National Harbor across the Potomac from Old Town. We are excited to be a part of this developing attraction and thank National Harbor and the Peterson Company for their support. Our National Harbor space Read more →

The Library Gallery Exhibition Competition

The Montpelier Arts Center announces its biennial competition to select 8-10 two-month long exhibitions to be held in the Library Gallery. To be eligible, artists must reside in Maryland. The judge may elect to exhibit artist who apply for solo shows or artists who apply as groups. An honorarium of $300 will be presented Read more →

Frame Masters Clearance Sale

Frame MastersClearance SALE!!! March 19-27, 2010 Frame Masters is making room for new mouldings in new colors and new styles. Selling off our discontinued and remnants of perfectly good mouldings, mat boards, glass and etc, as well as framing supplies. Save 20% to 50% off original and regular prices! 9 am to 5 pm Read more →

Found

Call to ArtistsFoundApril 2010 This exhibit is intended to explore the creativity of found objects. A found object can be described as a natural object or an artifact not originally intended as art that is found and considered to have aesthetic value. Artists are encouraged to explore the uses of materials that are not Read more →