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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.

Who do you look up to? What do you look forward to?…
On Thursday, we held a members-only Draw-a-Thon at The Art League. That means short-pose figure, long-pose portrait, and bring-your-own art materials….
Experience Sonic Blossom at the National Portrait Gallery, the free community day at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, or Slow Art…
Spring is the time to try something new, don’t you think?…
Paula Stern’s sculptures will be exhibited at the Chevy Chase Design Center, with an opening reception this Thursday….
See the world through an artist’s eyes in the latest artist talk in The Art League’s Visiting Artist Series!…
This Sunday, patrons got together, had a good time, and took home hundreds of original artworks….
“Of course I said yes, because the event rules.”…
The Patrons’ Show Fundraiser is a lot of fun. It also takes a little work. So if you’re attending for the very first time…
With over 600 pieces and counting in the Patrons’ Show Fundraiser, this year’s judge had his work cut out for him. So did the…
Here are some features of Art Thief that many users aren’t aware of….
Wanna see what a 10,000 year old crayon looks like?…
With just a few weeks until our 50th Anniversary Patrons’ Show Fundraiser, we’re thrilled to see the event taking shape — even before the…
As the Google Arts & Culture app was becoming the most-downloaded over the past weekend, its vast treasure trove was remaining mostly unexplored….
Tickets go on sale tomorrow (Saturday, January 13) for the 50th Anniversary Patrons’ Show Fundraiser!…
The artist, who you may remember from our 2014 Portrait & Figure Festival and more recent workshops, will be here for a double bill:…
Artfête — The Art League’s annual open house/party/sale — returns this year with all the cheer and fun we can fit inside the building….
Halbrooks’s still lifes are hidden under undulating cloth, leaving the viewer to only guess at what’s underneath. Of course, the drapery is a delight…
Whether that special someone loves making art, learning about it, or just appreciating it, there are lots of opportunities to give them something special….
“I worked as a garbage man for awhile. … One windy day, the swirl of debris gave me a vision of what could be…
Join us at our Madison Annex as we kick off the holiday season and see what happens at The Art League’s school!…
November is awash in cool exhibits to see in DC, whether you need a family activity for Thanksgiving weekend — or you just want…
IMPart stands for Injured Military Personnel + art….
Don’t just read, go! It all closes after Sunday, November 5….