the art league's Art Center is closed temporarily.
Exhibits and events are being cancelled or postponed as we support public health authorities' efforts to contain COVID-19.
We will reopen when public health authorities tell us it is safe to do so.
Let us know what you think!
To my fellow Art League members & guests:
The COVID-19 pandemic has introduced challenges none of us anticipated. As the state of emergency evolves, our highest priority remains the health and safety of our volunteers, members, and the general public.
Accordingly, we have closed the Art Center at 580 Sixth Street temporarily to support public health officials and their efforts to contain the virus' spread.
We recognize and accept our responsibilities to adhere to public health authority guidelines, which include minimizing gatherings. Thus, we have also cancelled all art activities normally conducted at the Art Center. This includes exhibits, classes, and demonstrations.
We are also postponing Clay Day, originally scheduled for May 9 to an as-yet-to-be determined date in September.
We will announce new dates and events via our website, newsletter and social media.
Please be assured that we will reopen when public health authorities announce it is safe to do so.
We appreciate your continuing support and understanding. And, we look forward to announcing when you can return to the Art Center.
Paul Apfel, President, Art League of Lincoln
Celebrating Photography Exhibit closed due to COVID-19
The Art League's newest exhibit in Gallery 580 at the 580 Sixth Street Art Center has closed early due to our support for public health authorities efforts to minimize public gatherings and restrict the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
We will reopen the Art Center and Gallery 580 when public health authorities announce it is safe to do so.
Susan Cawthon and Mixed Media in the Spotlight is closed due to COVID-19
The Susan Cawthon exhibit in the Art Center's Spotlight Gallery at the 580 Sixth Street Art Center has closed as we support public health authorities efforts to minimize public gathering and deal with the COVID-19 virus.
We will reopen the Art Center and the Spotlight Gallery when public health authorities announce it is safe to do so.
Lincoln High School Two Dimension Art in Rotunda Gallery closed
The Lincoln High School Rotunda Gallery exhibit, originally scheduled to run from January 2020 through the end of June has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions
Lincoln High School Student Ailene Gregory's acrylic painting, Friendly GMOs was one of the creations on display in the Rotunda Gallery show in City Hall at 600 Sixth Street in downtown Lincoln.
This was the second of three Lincoln High School exhibits being run back-to-back from January through the end of June.
The first exhibit, opened in January featured photography. This second show in the series will run through April 20.
May as to feature a ceramics show that would continue through June.
Lincoln City Hall and the Rotunda Gallery normal business hours are 8 AM - 5 PM Monday through Friday.
Rotunda exhibits will resume when City Hall reopens for routine business purposes.
The Art League exists to grow the art and artist community in Lincoln
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We would like to grow our membership, in order to support more art activities at our Galleries. Please renew your membership, and ask a neighbor to join! Let's make the art scene in Lincoln something all of Placer County can admire and enjoy.
Art League of Lincoln580 Sixth Street, Lincoln CA
We are currently closed due to the COVID-19 health emergency.
We will reopen when health authorities announce it is safe to do so.
Normal hours of operation will be Wednesday through Saturday 11 AM - 3 PM.
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