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Vote for The Art League in the Best of D.C. Poll!

The Washington City Paper is once again asking you for the Best of D.C., and The Art League is nominated for the Best Arts and Culture Nonprofit. So if you think The Art League’s programs for artists, students, and the rest of our community are the best around, cast your ballot here! The poll closes March 1.

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