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Introducing A New Look for TheArtLeague.org

Have you noticed? The new Art League website is HERE! At the new theartleague.org you’ll find everything that you found on our previous site—and a lot more. We hope this new site will make it easier for you to: search and sign up for classes, see all of our upcoming events, read our blog, and learn more about our community arts efforts whether you’re accessing our site on desktop or a mobile device (it looks GREAT from your smartphone)!

Wanna take a look at what’s new? We can’t wait to show you around!

Classes

Classes are easy to find and color coordinated…almost like perfectly portioned watercolor palette! Want to use the search function? We’ve improved that to make it easier to use, and easier to see all the options available. Make 2019-2020 the year you try something new!

Gallery

See everything Gallery for both viewers and exhibiting artists in the new portal! You can find everything from information about our upcoming exhibits, to our Submittable link, and information for pick-up and drop-off for exhibits.

Support

Need some help? The Support tab has all the answers you need: from how to give to The Art League (thank you!), to volunteer opportunities, information about our outreach programs like SOHO and IMPact and how to become a member!

Events

Interested in Art On events, the Biennial Ikebana Show, the Holiday Ceramics Sale, or (the very popular) Patrons’ Show? The Events tab has all the information you need as well as links out to events, and ticket sales.

About

Learn more about The Art League and our long history of serving the Northern Virginia, DC, and Maryland area! In the “About” section you can also: contact us, find out our address and hours, read more about the history of The Art League, read about us in the press, find out more about our staff and board members, and see any job available openings.

Blog

We’re partial–but we love our Creativity in Action blog! We are glad you’re here (all over 20,000 of you!) and we are pleased to present a shiny new blog format. If you’ve clicked this link from an outside source, welcome! If you have landed on this blog from our blog page, you might have seen this:

 

How are you liking the new website? See something a little off? Please let us know by calling the school office at (703) 683-2323. We’re growing into our new site and welcome your improvements as we tweak our new home!

 

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