The Art League of Lincoln was formed in Lincoln, California in March, 2012. The Art League was incorporated as a California nonprofit public benefit corporation on March 27, 2012. It is staffed entirely by volunteers. In July, 2013, the Art League completed a lease agreement with the City of Lincoln for a gallery and administrative space at 580 6th Street. The Art League opened the new gallery for business on August 1, 2013.
Currently, the Art League provides periodic visual art exhibits at the main gallery and additional exhibits in the Rotunda Gallery on the second floor of City Hall. The Art League also stages and promotes Lincoln clay day, is a major partner with the City of Lincoln in the Lincoln Mural Project, and participates in the Lincoln Rotary Wine Fest, Rods and Relics, and the Lincoln Showcase. The Art League also provides educational opportunities for adults and children though classes, workshops, and art lectures.
The Art League of Lincoln (A.L.L.) has been formed for charitable purposes, to promote, foster and support the arts in the greater Lincoln area through exhibits. shows, tours, education and other activities for artists and art appreciators.
Ceramic curators and artists to participate in an international ceramics exhibit in the style of the historic Feats of Clay exhibits, the last of which was staged in 2011. Restore Feats of Clay to its earlier prominence in the art community. Involves marketing, possibly some expenditures with Gladding McBean to bring the historic factory and its museum quality artifacts and settings back into prominence.
Additional volunteers to plan, promote and conduct teach art classes, assemble and host exhibits, including Clay Day, a single day historic celebration traditionally held in Beermann Plaza in the city's center.
Printing, PR, carpet cleaning, general gallery maintenance.
Need more Gallery hosts/hostesses, plus exhibit curators/coordinators.
Need to expand the Art League's fundraising capability with qualified fund raisers and grant writers.