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One Day Left to Join the League of 25!

We’re still looking for a few arts-lovers to join the League of 25, the new society that fully funds an exhibit in The Art League Gallery with donations of only $100 each!

If you visit the gallery and enjoy the monthly exhibits — like this month’s “Play” — consider making the small donation to keep the exhibits coming. There are a lot of costs associated with monthly exhibits, including jurying, awards, promotion, and gallery maintenance. Joining the League of 25 for $100 means the shows can go on! Tomorrow will be the last day to donate.

Art on the Rocks 2011

“Earth” will be the first exhibit funded by the League of 25, and it’s shaping up to be very interesting. Artists have been invited to submit artwork incorporating found or recycled materials, or otherwise address our relationship to the planet. At the opening reception, $100 donors will have the chance to participate in a competitive art relay using materials donated by Hotel Monaco. Two teams will build sculptures within a time limit, and a special guest will declare the winner.

You can donate through tomorrow, March 16, on this page. Want to pitch in but don’t have $100? Contact Charlene at the development office: charleneh@theartleague.org.

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