Glenview high school seniors planning to pursue degrees in visual art are encouraged to apply (students in D255 are also eligible). The deadline to apply is March 31, 2020. Click here for application and details.
The Robert Sherman Fine Art Scholarship was established to foster the study of art and … see more
Veteran Artists are invited to submit high resolution images of up to 3 works of art to be considered for the Veterans Art Exhibition. Artwork may be a painting, drawing, photography, or other 2-D work with no dimension exceeding 36 inches. Artwork must be created by a veteran to qualify. … see more
THANK YOU TO ALL who attended, sponsored, volunteered, bid, bought, danced, donated, ate and populated our tiny but mighty 66th Annual Summer Art Fair! We had a FABULOUS time and our artists appreciate all of you who came out and purchased!
Our community sponsors this year were Expedia Cruise Center, … see more
The 2019 Robert Sherman Fine Art Scholarship was awarded to HanA Choi, who is graduating from Glenbrook North High School. Her passion for using art as a platform for raising awareness on social issues is reflected in her work. Teachers have commended her hard-working nature and ability to create connections … see more
2018 Youth Art Fair was a huge success!
Youth Art Fair was held February 17, 2018: sharing art with the community and celebrating local young artists. For more information and to register online click here.… see more
The Glenview Art League is happy to announce the winner of their NEW Annual Scholarship! Congratulations Sophia Kingwill ! Sophia is from Glenview, IL — graduated from New Trier HS in Wilmette,IL and will be attending Southern Illinois University in Sept for a BFA specializing in glass art. She started … see more
WELCOME to the NEW Glenview Art League Website and BLOG!
Here we can keep you updated on anything we find NOW and WOW with all things ART related to Glenview, our members and surrounding communities!
Our former website started with a little introduction designed by webmaster Bob Sherman…we would miss … see more