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Soup Bowl Bonanza

The Art League School’s Ceramics Department is holding its annual Soup Bowl Bonanza fundraiser at the Madison Annex (305 Madison Street) this Saturday, February 21st, from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. $15 gets you a delicious bowl of soup and an artful, handmade bowl. Soup is being generously donated by local restaurants and stores, Read more →

Tickets Still Available!

The Patrons‘ Show provides new and seasoned art collectors with the great opportunity to acquire quality works of fine art at a bargain price while supporting a non-profit organization and community of artists. For each ticket drawn, ticket-holders go home with a work of art valued anywhere from $175 to upwards of thousands of Read more →

Receiving Reminders

The receiving day for Patrons’ Show donations is February 2, 10am-8:30pm. However, artists may come any day during regular gallery hours up until the day of the Patrons’ Show, February 15. We do ask however, that if you are bringing unframed pieces, that we receive them by February 11. (After an artist donates 2 Read more →

You’re Invited to The 42nd Annual Patrons’ Show Fundraiser!

The drawing will be held Sunday, February 15in the main hall of the Torpedo Factory Art Center. Tickets are $175 each and go on saleSaturday, January 17* at 10:00 amin The Art League Gallery. Each ticket allows the holder to select an artwork at the drawing on February 15. All proceeds benefit The Art Read more →

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 →