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Vote for The Art League & Alexandria!


Do you love the arts in Alexandria? Want to let others know how great it is to discover local artists at The Art League? You can vote in two online polls to spread the word.

Click here to vote for The Art League for the Best Place to Discover a Local Artist in the Express Best of 2015. (And, of course, feel free to fill out the rest of the categories as well.)

Click here to vote Alexandria for the top town for crafts lovers in American Craft Week’s poll.

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