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Guest Blog for The Art League!

Image by Shane Pope used under a Creative Commons license
Image by Shane Pope used under a Creative Commons license

Do you have an Art League story you want to share? A tale of rejection and redemption? Something you’re doing behind the scenes? Or maybe a new class you’re teaching (or taking)?

We’re inviting Art League members, students, teachers, volunteers, and friends to write guest blog posts in this space. They don’t have to be long — we just want to hear some different voices.

If you have an idea for a series, or a single post, please get in touch here. And thank you!

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