Art League of Fort Bend
The Art League of Fort Bend welcomes you. ALFB was established in 1957 and is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, run by volunteers, whose mission is to encourage artistic development and to cultivate an appreciation for the arts through education, exhibitions and community outreach.
Now – Jan. 30 – Fall Show Viewing
1 to 15 – Annual ALFB Officer & Bylaw Voting
2 – Sugar Land Airport Show drop-off
18 – Intaglio Printmaking Demo
23 – Member Meeting on Zoom, visiting @ 9, meeting @ 9:30
28 – Shop Small Saturday
3, 10, 17 – Rosenberg Holiday Nights, 5 – 8 PM
Happy Holidays everyone!
25 – Stained Glass Yard Art Demo
22 – Gourd Creations Demo
This week on the FBAC Facebook page: Mini exhibitions
Or see our ALFB Facebook page.
Art League of FORT BEND’s home:
the Fort Bend Art Center is open
See our Gallery! Open to the Public
12:00 PM – 4:00 PM Friday to Sunday!
or attend classes
MEMBERS: Tuesday and Friday are Open Art days
Join: Members can attend monthly online demos.
We can’t wait to see you, but
please wear a mask and maintain 6 foot social distancing
while you are here.
Let’s keep each other safe. See you soon!
Or enjoy shopping our online store
ALFB’s Fort Bend Art Center Gallery
IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM FRIDAY TO SUNDAY!
Come see works by over 30 local artists, find great gifts for friends and family
2012 Avenue G, Rosenberg, Texas 77471
EVENTS & CLASSES
Attend: Events are monthly, some are members only, some are online.
Take Classes: open to all:
all skill levels, ages and media.
Compete: 2 open judged art shows each year.
Art League of Fort Bend has been serving our community since 1957, offering art education and fellowship to all. We educate, create and offer fellowship.
Join us – Membership
Learn more about what our affordable annual membership has to offer and explore art.
Artie is our mascot at the Art Center, a stuffed cat named after a real cat who lived here in the Gallery for a while. He moves all over the Gallery! Kids love looking for Artie (big kids too). Can you find Artie?
Whatever it is you create, enjoy the process
and then find a way to share that joy with others.