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Put Your Best Foot Forward With a Good Frame

Matting and framing workshop

Whether you’re entering your art in a juried exhibit or hanging a new piece in your home, framing your own artwork is a great way to save money and put together a professional presentation. Framing is one of the things most often mentioned by Art League jurors as a key component of successful artwork.

But how do you start out with DIY framing? Eileen Yeager has been teaching framing workshops at The Art League for years, showing artists and art-lovers how to preserve, protect, and present their art.

This Friday, Eileen will be giving a free presentation in our gallery:

How to Successfully Mat & Frame Artwork
Friday March 27, 1:00–2:30 pm

Join Art League School instructor Eileen F. Yeager for a presentation on how to successfully mat and frame your two-dimensional artwork for exhibitions.
Free — RSVP required.

This weekend, she’ll also be teaching two workshops:

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