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What We’re Thankful For

Painting by Art League instructor Kurt Schwarz.
Painting by Art League instructor Kurt Schwarz.

This Thanksgiving, we have thousands of things to be thankful for here at The Art League — each hour of time volunteered; each dollar donated; each artwork, frame, camera, and cupcake you’ve given.

Without your amazing, continued support, it simply wouldn’t be possible for The Art League to meet its mission. Your time, money, and gifts mean that we can nurture the artist through our school, gallery, and programs like SOHO, IMPART, and the Geri Gordon Scholarship fund.

From everyone at The Art League and everyone in the community we serve, thank you, and happy Thanksgiving!

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