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January Award Winners

At the opening reception for Let There Be Light on January 8, 2009, 17 artists were awarded Honorable Mentions for their works. They are: Adam Auel for Aidan P.S. 1 John Baker for Water Tower at Somers Point Diana Derby for The Shadow of Your Smile David Diaz for Boat House Brent Erickson for Read more →

Opening Reception Tonight

Join us this evening, Thursday, December 8, 6:30-8pm for the opening reception of our all-member media show, Let There Be Light, as well as the January solo artist show, Yoshimi Matsukata, A Hosta Story. Hostas, often used as the border or backdrop in a garden, are the subject of Yoshimi Matsukata’s solo artist exhibit Read more →

Receiving Tonight

CALL TO ARTISTSLET THERE BE LIGHTJuror – Cynthia ConnollyJanuary 7, 2009 – February 2, 2009 Light can be gentle, dangerous, dreamlike, bare, living, dead, misty, clear, hot, dark, violet, springlike, falling, straight, sensual, limited, poisonous, calm and soft. – Sven Nykvist Work a great deal with evening effects, a lamp, a candle, etc. The Read more →

Call to Sculptors – TAL @ Washington Square

Sculptors of The Art LeagueJuror – Rebecca CrossMay 4, 2009 – July 31, 2009For full prospectus, e-mail barbarap@theartleague.org Open to all members and instructors of The Art League andTorpedo Factory Artists. For membership information, see below. Submissions must be sent by e-mail to barbarap@theartleague.org by Monday, March 2 at 10am. Artists may submit 1-3 Read more →

Grant for Fairfax County Artists

Strauss Fellowships for Individual ArtistsApplication Deadline: January 19, 2009 Named for Bill Strauss (1947-2007), gifted writer, co-founder of the Capitol Steps and the Cappies, the Strauss Fellowships for Individual Artists support and encourage Fairfax County’s finest creative artists in all disciplines and recognize professional working artists’ achievements and their demonstrated history of accomplishments; they Read more →

Calls to Artists

Show in Alexandria’s Eisenhower Valley District Shauna Lee Lange Arts Advisory’s program Art in the Valley consists of displays of local artists’ original artwork in lobbies of office buildings, theatres, law firms, universities, hotels, cafes, large corporations and small businesses. For application information, read here. Glenview Mansion Art Gallery – 2010 Exhibits Open to Read more →