Small art can ​​make a

BIG difference!

Purchase Tickets to our popular Split-the-Pot raffle!

1 ticket for $10 or 3 tickets for $25!

Winning ticket to be pulled on Monday, October 26th!


Purchase raffle tickets online here!

Make a donation to the Art League!

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You've been asking about this!...

inchworks is coming!!

Cindy Fuller

N. Behles

96th Annual Members' Art Show & Fundraiser 2020

Abstraction

Artwork by: Donna Williams, Maria McNitt & Fran Vail

Susan Bennett

Click application to download!

D. Reynolds

Fall virtual class registration is continuing!

​Art Endures! You can help!

Our popular inchworks show (where nothing is bigger than 144 square inches) is back for its 14th year! Enter up to two pieces in this show - will be displayed in our second floor gallery and posted on our website.  Always a great opportunity for gift-giving! Enter now!

Entries due November 10th.

Drop off is November 17th. 


Click here to pay show fee online!

Please consider DONATING to the League.
To support the League's necessary expenses at this time by clicking here (DONATE HERE)

REGISTER for classes and PARTICIPATE in our exhibits!

Click here to view the show online!

To purchase any of the pieces in the show, please contact the office to arrange payment.

847-44-2870

info@northshoreatyleague.org

Please enjoy this quick virtual tour of our 96th Annual Members' Art Show!  On display through the end of October

WE MISS YOU!

Our office and studios are open and following Covid safety precautions. Please wear a mask when entering the building for a class or to visit our galleries. Connect with us anytime online!

Artwork from left to right: Cindy Shanker, Mary Jo O'Gara, Caroline Greco, Maria Sundqvist, & Bob Leopold

620 Lincoln Avenue, Winnetka, IL 60093  847.446.2870

Portraiture

We are excited to host our newest online exhibit - Abstraction! Like our recent Portraiture Show, this show will be displayed solely online, giving everyone 24 hour access to view and enjoy! ​​

NSAL is excited to host this online exhibit of portraits from our wonderful community!
Our new online portrait exhibit includes unique and diverse approaches to self-portraits, family members, friends, and beloved pets!​​


Click here to view the online exhibit!

Banner artwork above by: Jennifer Burch, Paula Campbell, Joanne Epcke, Claudia Lane, Jason Miklik, Mary Jo O'Gara, Nina Weiss and Michael Van Zeyl


Memberships
Memberships are the key to our continued operation and success. Your Membership supports art exhibits, classes, scholarships, community outreach programs and more! Membership is required to enroll in Adult Classes.

 

Please Donate
The North Shore Art League is a 501c3 organization.

The NSAL has continuously served an important role as contributor to the cultural fabric of our community. As an arts organization, we provide a unique environment for experimentation, challenge, and fulfillment to artists of all ages and levels of experience. Our fine faculty, outstanding art studio, and printmaking facilities have earned us a reputation as a revered center for learning. We can provide a world enriched by the arts, but only your financial support can ensure our continuation for generations to come! 

 

 

Welcome...The art community we have fostered here for over 96 years is alive and well! It is a community full of rich experiences, shared passions, creative conversations and special connections through the offering of art classes, exhibits, workshops, lectures and special arts events in Winnetka.
​​Our community doesn’t always happen on a screen, it happens when we talk to each other at an exhibit; it happens when we get messy in a class; it happens when we sit around a table together to work on projects; it happens when we meet new friends at League events. At this time we cannot do many of those things - but we will be here for you when it is safe to do so! Art ebdure - and so will the League!  
​We invite you to explore our adult art classes and art classes for children.


North Shore Art League

This program is partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency.