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January Events at the Art League Gallery

Start your New Year out right with these great events at the Art League Gallery!

January 6 – New Member Orientation: Open to all members, new members are strongly encouraged to attend. Gallery staff will answer questions about entering monthly juried shows, framing requirements, and much more. 7:00 pm.

January 13 – Opening Reception for the January All-Media Membership exhibit and Alison Sigethy‘s Understory. Karen Reedy Dance will give a performance and awards will be presented at 7:30 pm. 6:30 – 8:30 pm.

January 15 – Patrons’ Show Tickets go on sale at 10:00 am! We’ve already received a lot of great donations and rave reviews, so this year is shaping up to be the best Patrons’ Show yet!

January 18 – John Burgess: Exhibition Prints Using Inkjet Printers with Color Management. Art League member John Burgess presents his very popular discussion about maintaining color accuracy. 1:00 – 4:00 pm. Contact the gallery (703-683-1780) to sign up.

January 20 – Alison Sigethy: Artist Talk. This month’s solo artist will discuss her exhibit, Understory, as well as her innovative glass and reclaimed materials techniques. 7:00 pm.

January 22 – David Hazard: Painting with Words. Professional writing coach and publishing consultant David Hazard explains the steps to creating an effective artist’s statement. 1:00 – 3:00 pm. Contact the gallery (703-683-1780) to sign up.

January 23 – Storytelling with Laura Bobrow: Against the backdrop of Alison Sigethy’s Understory, acclaimed storyteller Laura Bobrow will spin tales appropriate for all ages. 1:00 pm.

January 29 – Critique with Juror Lee Newman. Contact the gallery (703)683-1780 to sign up.

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