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News from The Art League, including community outreach, important local and national arts policy, and other news we think you’ll be interested in.

Artist Brian Kirk welcomes the beauty and complexity of oxidation as an art in and of itself….
Last night, Ito Briones revealed just who murdered the ‘Tattoo-Man’ in his murder-mystery exhibit, “A Murder in Bruges: Cast of Characters.”…
The unlikely story of Ted Upton and how a pipeline, clay, The Art League ceramics department, and a family reunion yielded a series of…
Fall Registration is now open! Check out the many NEW additions to our faculty and curriculum in our new 2018-19 catalog….
Sign up for our late-summer workshops and celebrate the final days of summer with a few more art-filled days of creativity….
August might be around the corner, but summer is far from over. We’ve gathered all the hottest summer art events, exhibits, & news –…
It’s already July, and maybe your kids are getting a little antsy. Ideas from The Art League’s Summer Art Camp to the rescue!…
Join our Gallery Director for a FREE art-viewing and making happy hour and take a closer look at “Drawing Energy: The Logic of Madness.”…
Kathleen Calhoun’s upcoming workshop guides more experienced students through techniques to elevate their artwork and to compose eye catching pieces….
We sat down with Ali Wunder, our new Gallery Director, and asked her some questions about art, The Art League, and moving back to…
No need to miss out on artwork by our amazing Art League artists while you’re on vacation at the beach (or on the way…
Online bidding for the Art on the Vine auction closes at 12:00 noon on Saturday, June 16! See all of the available artwork and get your bids in….
Art League instructor Donna Reinsel is perfectly aware of how provocative the name of her class, the “Ottowoman Project” is… and how fitting….
Art on the Vine, our auction of faculty artwork and wine tasting, is this Friday. Wine tasting events in the summer are as ubiquitous…
The women Deborah Conn has portrayed on paper not only “speak” to us through strong color and composition, but also through their own narratives…
Former Art League instructor Ken Marlow is a renowned for his exceptionally realistic still life paintings and portraits. Unfortunately, he’s suffered a series of…
We sat down with long-time staff member Rose O’Donnell and asked her to talk about her career at The Art League, how the gallery…
Artist and Art League instructor Beverly Ryan’s ‘Drone Silhouette’ seems to be suspended in air, blades whirling off the ground and ready to strike….
F.O.M.A. (noun): “fear of missing art”; the nagging feeling that cool art events are passing you by. This Memorial Day weekend, we’ve got you…
We sat down with Jackie Saunders, winner of Best in Show for 2-D Figurative Work in the May Open Exhibit, to discuss her piece…
Get your early bird tickets for Art on the Vine – a 7-day online auction of artwork by our esteemed faculty of artists that kicks off with a…
This past Friday, we celebrated the eighth Art on the Rocks with 250+ art and artisan cocktail enthusiasts….
From now until 11:59 pm on Wednesday, April 25, you can support The Art League through Spring2ACTion and your gift will be matched!…
Spring arrives at The Art League May 1-6 with the return of our Ikebana Show, and creative cocktails at Art on the Rocks inspired…