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Free Seminar for Artists and Other Opportunities

Lenny Campello posted this announcement for a free artist seminar on his blog. The Bootcamp for Artists will be hosted by Lenny and the Brentwood Arts Exchange on the afternoon of February 11. The seminar is free, but space is limited, so sign up and find more details here. Also, Rebuilding Together Alexandria is Read more →

Free Workshop For Artists: Art*iculation

The Art League often hosts free lectures for artists, which are posted on our lecture series and enrichment page. One of January’s three workshops is a guide to writing about your artwork, led by writing coach David Hazard, which promises to be useful and fun. Art * iculation A 3-hour free workshop on finding Read more →

Free Legal Forum for Artists!

The Anacostia Community Museum will be holding a forum with the Washington Area Lawyers for the Arts (WALA), called “Why Do I Need A Lawyer?”. Common Legal Issues for Emerging and Existing Creative Businesses:  Tuesday, September 13th at 7pm  1901 Fort Place, SE Washington, DC 20002.  Parking and admission is FREE! These valuable panel discussions Read more →

Thought About Taking an Art Class, But Don’t Know Where to Start?

We hear many people say that they are interested in trying an art class. They want to start a new hobby, see if that childhood interest in art is still there, meet new people, or uncover their creative side…. But, they find signing up for a class to be daunting. Or maybe you don’t Read more →

The Art League at the Alexandria Festival of the Arts!

Art League Helps Kick-Off the Alexandria Festival of the Arts at Market Square, Saturday, September 11, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm The Art League will host a variety of free creative programs on Saturday, September 11 from 10:00 am – 6:00 pm at Market Square in Old Town Alexandria (The Art League will be Read more →

Art Whino Exhibit: The Gamies The Art of Jophen Stein

Art Whino Presents: The Gamies The Art of Jophen Stein Entertainment has held a position of helping people cope with the everyday drudgery of life. The Game show, moreover, offers both the value of entertainment and a promise at a chance of making life better. Loosely based on Franz Kafka’s The Trial Jophen Stein’s Read more →