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Inside The Art League’s Fiber Studio

In our quixotic quest to showcase all the cool things happening in our art classes, last week we visited The Art League’s fiber studio and Marilyn Harrington’s weaving class. Watch the weavers in action and see what they make in the video above. More on the fiber arts department is here. To see new Read more →

Now Open: A Treasure of An Exhibit

Noah Williams’ “One Man’s Trash” — creatures, masks, and more made from found metal and knickknacks — has been eliciting gasps since it opened Thursday morning. Get a sneak peek and hear the artist talk about his work in the video above. (Or watch it on YouTube here.) The large-scale sculptures, including an elephant, Read more →

Try a New Art Class This Summer!

Registration is now open for all of The Art League’s summer classes and workshops in drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, ceramics, sculpture, jewelry, fiber arts, and more! (It’s not too late to register your kids for Summer Art Camp, either.) Summer is the perfect time to try something new. Last week, we stopped by Marsha Read more →

Next Week in the Gallery: “State of Emergency”

Opening next Thursday, March 7 in The Art League Gallery, mixed media artist Sabyna Sterrett’s “State of Emergency” will exhibit textural installations woven from plastic bags, trash bags, and plastic tape. In this video, Sabyna tells us about how she started working with plastic, what the pieces mean to her, and how she creates Read more →

Patrons’ Show 2013: Hang ’Em High

The 46th annual Patrons’ Show drawing is this Sunday! Are you ready? With 600 pieces and counting donated by our generous artists, it’s been no small feat for our staff and volunteers to frame, hang, and number this year’s show. Check out some of their work in our video above (set to the Hang Read more →

Artful Links: 13 Videos to Inspire Your 2013 (Part 2)

As promised, here is part 2 of this Artful Links post, with videos 7 through 13. (Find part 1 here.) Any videos, photos, or websites you’ve seen recently that sparked your imagination? What new projects will you work on this year? Share in the comments! 7. Toronto-based artist Amy Shackleton demonstrates a different kind Read more →