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One Million YouTube Views!!

YouTube videos by The Art League

Sometime Wednesday morning, an Art League video was watched for the 1,000,000th time on YouTube! Excuse us while we celebrate.

Fanfare for Five by Art League instructor Rachel Collins.
Fanfare for Five by Art League instructor Rachel Collins.

Of course, this is only the beginning for our YouTube channel. We love making videos to let people know about our awesome classes, exhibits, and events — which is good, because those things happen all the time! And we owe a thank-you to all the artists who have been the on-screen talent.

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