Saturday, February 25, 7:30 pm

PRESS RELEASE

Arlington Community Band, Rick Baker director, performs
a Winter Concert, Saturday, February 25, 7:30 pm, at Trinity United
Methodist Church, 1200 W. Green Oaks Blvd, Arlington, TX  76013.
Selections:  A Copland Tribute adapted by Grundman, His Honor by
Fillmore, Sheltering Sky by Mackey, The Rakes of Mallow by Anderson,
Slavyanskaya by Kozhevykov, and Chester by Schuman. 

FREE and OPEN to the PUBLIC.

Contact:
Velma Bogart
817-467-0158
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01 Arlington Community Band 02 Arlington Goodtimes Chorus 03 Arlington Master Chorale 04 of art
05 Arlington Music Hall 06 Dance Theatre of Arlingtonl 07 Symphony Arlington 08 Arlington Visual Arts Association
09 The Upstairs Gallery 10 Timeless Concerts 11 Theatre Arlingtons 12 Arlington Music Teachers Association
00 Arlington Museum of Art 13 UT Arlington Dept Theater Arts 14 UT Arlington Music Dept 15 levitt pavilion

Welcome to The Arlington Arts League!

The Arlington Arts League, Inc. was approved by the State of Texas and the Internal Revenue Service as a non-profit 501 (c) (3) arts organization on November 20, 1996.  The organization promotes and supports the visual and performing arts, art education, cultural events, volunteer participation in the Art Docent and ArtReach programs, and other special community service projects.

The Arts League's programs and community service projects are funded by an annual fundraiser and individual gifts.  Programs supported by the League include but are not limited to the following:

Art Docent Program:  A program to recruit and train docents to assist with art education in the Arlington Independent School District's (AISD) 5th & 6th grades.  Informative training sessions are held monthly (Sept. - April) on pre-selected works of art.  The Arts League provides limited funds for resources and materials. All Art Docents receive Honorary Memberships to the Arlington Arts League.

ArtReach Program:  A program designed to make the arts accessible to young and old alike through events at retirement centers, children's activity centers, and shelters.  Presentations include art demonstrations, "hands-on" art projects,  musical performances, and field trips to performing arts productions.

Scholarship Program:  Scholarships are awarded to students enrolled in the Fine Arts Programs at UTA, TCC Southeast Campus, and graduating seniors from Arlington High Schools entering into a Fine Arts Program.  Winners are chosen through auditions and judging conducted each spring by the League.  All scholarships are funded by the League's annual fundraiser and memorial scholarships presented by benefactors.
 
Membership is open to all who are interested in the objectives of the organization.  Meetings and special events are held throughout the year for members and prospective members.

As Arlington continues to grow, make sure the Arts grow as well!  Become a member today, and help support the many programs and projects delivered by the Arlington Arts League!

 

The Arlington Arts League, Inc. was approved by the State of Texas and the Internal Revenue Service as a non-profit 501 (c) (3) arts organization on November 20, 1996. The organization promotes and supports the visual and performing arts, art education, cultural events, volunteer participation in the Art Docent and ArtReach programs, and other special community service projects. The Arts League's programs and community service projects are funded by an annual fundraiser and individual gifts. Programs supported by the League include but are not limited to the following:

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Membership in the Arlington Arts League is open to all those who are interested in the objectives of this organization. Meetings and special events are held September through May for members and prospective members.

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