> A3L 2020 - Arrowhead Artists and Artisans League
Mural and front of building at Arrowhead Gallery and Sudios in Old Fort NC Mural and front of building at Arrowhead Gallery and Sudios in Old Fort NC

Welcome to A3L- the Arrowhead Artists and Artisans League!

Gallery and Gift Shop
STORE HOURS!!!
Tuesday through Saturday 1-5 pm
Sunday 1-5 pm NEW HOURS


The Arrowhead Artists and Artisans League (A3L) is dedicated to promoting the arts in the Old Fort community; providing education in the arts to the citizens and visitors of Old Fort; ensuring local artists and artisans have opportunities to display their skills and work; and preserving the art of the area for future generations.

Please take a look through our spectacular Members' Showcase!

There you will find a complete list of our recent Show's winners!

ARROWHEAD GALLERY

Arrowhead Gallery and Studios is operated by A3L and is located  at 78C S. Catawba Avenue, in the heart of historic Old Fort, NC.  
In addition to Gallery and Studio space, AGS has a large classroom for conducting art classes and workshops and two separate clay classrooms for pottery classes and workshops.

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If you are an artist or artisan in the region, why not join us? Showcase your style, promote your art, and be a part of the community! 


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CONGRATULATIONS!


Congratulations to three of the artists who brought pieces in for our Anything Goes exhibit! 
Helen Sullivan, Amy Cocanour and Darlene Engle, all have had their artwork find new homes!

A REMINDER!
Mark your calendars!! 
It's almost time to bring in entries for the next exhibit!

 The theme is ?$#@^&* COVID *%#(^^#$ IMPACT.
 We hope to see some interesting pieces inspired by our forced downtime! This will be a judged show with ribbons awarded by the exhibit committee. There will be 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place ribbons given after the exhibit is hung, as well as a People's Choice award that will be given at the end of the exhibit, determined by the public who vote for their favorite piece!
The curator for this exhibit is Barbara Bryan