The classrooms on the 2nd floor are leased by The Art League, an independent nonprofit tenant with administrative, classroom, and gallery space in the Art Center. An art supply store, open to both League students and the public, rounds out its services.
Visit www.theartleague.org to learn more and review the complete course schedule and register.
Contact: 703-683-2323 or [email protected]
Office Location: Room 216 at Torpedo Factory Art Center
Class Locations: Classes at both the Art Center and at The Art League’s Madison Annex on 305 Madison Street.
(All summer camps take place at the Annex.)
About the Art League
Founded in 1954, The Art League, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) charitable and educational nonprofit organization. The League is a multifaceted visual arts organization that meets its mission through its gallery, fine art school, art supply store, and arts-outreach programs.
Classes & Workshops
Professional classes & workshops
Classes at all artistic skill levels are offered at The Art League School on a quarterly basis. The Art League School is non-accredited and open to all. A full selection of day, evening, and weekend courses are offered in virtually all of the fine arts and a wide variety of fine crafts. Art League teachers are outstanding and inspiring practicing artists.
Courses for kids and teens
The Art League offers classes for children ages 5 and up in areas such as cartooning, ceramics, clay animation, and introduction to art. In our Art Fun-damentals class, students 5 and older explore texture, line, shape, and color and are introduced to working with a range of materials.
Summer Art Camp
Summer Art Camp
Week-long Summer Art Camps & Teen Workshops are offered each summer in June, July, and August. Children explore a new medium or begin a new project each day, focusing on drawing, painting, printmaking, and sculpture. The syllabus is different each week the camp is offered. Specialty camps are also available, where children concentrate on a specific medium, such as ceramics, cartooning, or jewelry making.