Art League Closed February 5

Due to the inclement weather, the Art League will be closed on Friday, February 5. All classes and activities are canceled for the day.

"Dab of Paint" Lecture Series: Art History 101

 

Dab of Paint Lecture Series

  Art History 101:  February 8, 11am to 12pm

Join us in a series of FREE lectures hosted by Debra Wells,
Art League Chairperson and Co-Founder of Artful Circle 

Black Voices Exhibiting in the Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery through February 21

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An exhibition of
African-American Artists of Long Island

January 16 - February 21, 2016
Reception rescheduled to snow storm - new date is:
Sunday, January 31, 2016
3:00-5:00pm
 

featuring:
David Byer-Tyre (sculpture), Ramona Candy (collage), Robert Carter (oil painting), Panchita Carter (jewelry), Madona Cole-Lacy (textiles), LeRoy Henderson (photography), James Hoston (oil painting), Rod Ivey (paintings), Laurence F. Lee (sculpture), Charles Lilly (oil painting), Karl Mcintosh (primitive, found art), Otto Neals (painting), Donovan Nelson (painting), Philippe Previl (painting), Ernani Silva (collage and mixed media), Ken Smith (painting), Ann Tanksley (painting), Emmett Wigglesworth (painting and sculpture), Frank Wimberley (non-objective painting), and Ken Wright (stained glass).

 

This exhibit is sponsored in part by:

lIDClogo     /BNB Logo slogan    LI Pulse logo

Daniel Gale Sotheby's log      AC LOGO

 

 

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TRY-DAY Night on February 12

 

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At the Art League of Long Island
February 12, 2016
Bring your friends and family out for an evening of fun & creativity! Join us for a series of "TRY"- days where you get the chance to try something new!
Try a new medium or a new teacher. All materials are included and you will go home with your very own work of art. Come on in and try it out! All levels welcome!
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Want Your Children to Survive the Future? Send them to Art School

We found this great article, written by Dustin Timbrook, on why the arts have a place in the future careers of the next generation! We couldn't agree more about the value of harnessing and developing creativity to become successful innovators.

Want Your Children to Survive The Future? Send Them to Art School

Art League Unveils Major Library Collection

About the Library Collection 

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The Art League of Long Island is proud to announce the official opening of its magnificent art book collection located in the library wing of our headquarters in Dix Hills, Long Island. In addition to outstanding art studios, classes for artists of all ages and level and bi-level art gallery, the Art League will open the library doors in February 2016.

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