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How to Register

The Art League invites you to enroll in person, online, by mail, or via fax. Enrollment is first come first served, and enrollment priority goes to those who register in person. Remaining registrations will be processed in the following order of priority: online registrations, faxed registrations, and mailed registrations. Any registrations received in advance of 9:30 am, on the first day of registration, will be considered “early” and are processed at the end of the day.

Please take some time to peruse our website and prepare your registration form if you are registering in person or via mail or fax. To register online, please use the course catalog to locate your class and enroll.

Enrollment is ongoing until classes are filled. The Art League School office is located in Room 216 on the second floor of the Torpedo Factory Art Center. If you have any questions, please call the office at 703-683-2323, or email us at school@theartleague.org.

Double Dreams (detail) by Besrat Kebide, a student in Kathlyn Avila-Reyes’ ceramics class.
Double Dreams (detail) by Besrat Kebide, a student in Kathlyn Avila-Reyes’ ceramics class.

Registering online

Registering for a class online is easy – just use the Course Catalog to find classes and workshops you want to take, and add them to your cart.

When you check out, we’ll ask for some information to fill out your student registration. You’ll also be able to sign up for an account, so you can log in and see your personal class schedule.

Registering by mail, fax, or in person

To register for classes offline, simply download the registration form, fill it out, and fax or mail it in (instructions are included on the form).

You can also bring your form to The Art League School office, located in Room 216 on the second floor of the Torpedo Factory Art Center.

Give the gift of art!

A gift card can be used for any purchase at The Art League Gallery, School, or Store, including: classes & workshops, original art, artist membership, travel workshops, and art supplies.