Welcome to the web site of the Art League of Daytona Beach. Please visit us at 433 South Palmetto Avenue in the heart of Daytona’s historic district. Location. The Art League was founded in 1929 and chartered in 1932, and has grown to a membership of 400 artists and supporters who contribute to our educational and artistic mission:
“To promote the creation and appreciation of fine art through education, exhibition, fellowship, and outreach opportunities for artists of all levels of experience.”
Our gallery exhibits offer artists of all levels opportunities to display their works on a regular basis. Ongoing weekly classes and periodic workshops enable artists to study with experienced teachers to further develop their skills and creativity. Our volunteers and donors are essential participants in maintaining the operations of our organization.
We’d love to have you join us! For membership information, click on the “About” heading, or use this link: http://www.artleague.org/index.php/about/membership/
To contact us, click here.
2015/2016 WORKSHOP SCHEDULE – See the link under the “Workshops” heading above, or go directly to http://www.artleague.org/index.php/workshops-20152016/. Webpages for individual workshops coming soon; meantime, for more info on our instructors, see the “Workshop Instructors” post on the right side of the home page.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS FOR 2015 – 2016 – Updated 5-30-15; for a complete listing of exhibitions and programs through July of 2016, click on the “Calendar” link above.
“STILL LIFE RETREAT” and “ARTISTS’ CHOICE RETREAT” for adults – we’ve changed the format for these activities with new times and pricing; see updated information under the “Workshops” heading.
CLASS SCHEDULES AND NEWS – See the “Classes” heading above for summer schedules and changes coming in the fall.
NEW PAGE – “BUILDING REDO-RENEW” – Follow along with slideshows of the progress on the renovation and repair of the building and the grounds. Click on http://www.artleague.org/index.php/redo-renew-slideshow/
Art League programs are funded in part by a grant from the Volusia County Cultural Council.