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Best of DC 2017: Vote The Art League

Do you treasure your time in Art League classrooms? Do The Art League’s exhibits, events, blog posts, and workshops enrich your life?

If you think we’re the best around, this is your chance to show it! You can vote The Art League for Best Art Class, Best Arts & Culture Nonprofit, and Best Arts Blog in this year’s Best of DC poll from Washington City Paper. (Not to be confused with the Washington Post Best of DC poll, which named us Best Place to Take Classes!)

The poll closes Sunday, March 5, at 11:59 pm. You can find these three categories at the top of the ballot. Vote here, and thank you!

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