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Introducing the 2016–17 Class Catalog

It’s here!

It’s brand new!

And it’ll make you wish Summer were over so you could jump into a Fall class.

We’re talking, of course, about the new class catalog for The Art League. It comes out this time each year, and the 2016/17 edition landed online today. (The print version will be arriving in mailboxes and our offices soon.)

But before we get to all the new art classes, let’s take a moment to enjoy the art that is the catalog.

Drum roll, please …

The Art League 2016/17 Catalog

(You can click the image above to view a larger version.)

You may recognize the cover artwork from this year’s Faculty Show, when Danni Dawson’s interactive painting Carla Hall Paper Doll was on view. It’s an unconventional portrait of the Top Chef star, with multiple configurations on detachable Mylar sheets. You can see some of the different looks when you open up to the back cover:

Front and back covers

Open it up to page one, and you’ll find Fifth Circle by Robert Liberace.

Inside cover

Pretty stellar, right?

But you’re here for all the new classes scheduled for the fall and beyond! While you wait for the print catalog to arrive, explore the PDF and the schedule on this page to your heart’s content.

We will, of course, have more on this blog about our new teachers and courses. Registration for workshops and Fall classes begins Monday, August 8 at 9:30 am. Fall term starts September 19. For details about how registration works, see the bottom of this page.

Carla Hall Paper Doll, oil on canvas and mylar, by Danni Dawson.
Carla Hall Paper Doll, oil on canvas and mylar, by Danni Dawson.

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