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1,000: Thank You to Our Readers

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Break out the champagne – this is The Art League Blog’s 1,000th post!

For almost six years, we’ve done our best to keep you up to date with what’s happening in our classes, exhibits, store, and behind the scenes. With videos, weekly opportunity posts, exhibit previews every month, and interviews with our artists and instructors, we’ve kept you in-the-know with what’s going on in and around The Art League.

Like our Community Canvas, pictured above and below, this blog is a collaborative effort and everyone is part of what we do. As the saying goes, it takes a village! So if you have news to share, something you’d like to see more of, or a guest blog post you’d like to write, please get in touch with us! Emails and comments are always welcome.

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Here’s to the next 1,000 posts!

The Art League's Community Canvas (click for the high-resolution view)
The Art League’s Community Canvas, as installed in January. Click to download the high-resolution view (this may take a few moments)

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