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Vote for The Art League as Your Top DC Gallery!

Work from December's All-Media exhibit.
Work from December’s All-Media exhibit.

A couple months ago, Jesse Cohen over at artdc asked people for their choices for top galleries in the DC area. Now, there’s a poll in the forums to vote for your favorite gallery space!

So if The Art League Gallery is important to you as an artist, an art lover, an art collector, or an art student, please go vote for us as your top DC-area gallery! (You’ll have to create an account to vote if you don’t have one.)

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