The Artists’ League of Orange County (ALOC) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization of central Florida artists working in various media.  ALOC has been successfully serving the art interests and needs of the central Florida community for almost sixty years.  Its membership has included many highly regarded artists throughout the years, including Charles Turzak who was President from 1965 to 1966.  Since his passing in 1986, his legacy lives on in the form of an annual award for artistic merit to a deserving local ALOC artist.

Currently we are planning outdoor meetings.  When the pandemic is over, we will meet at 1:30 p.m. on the third Saturday of the month at Beardall Senior Center, 800 Delaney, downtown Orlando, from September through May. Our meetings are always open to visitors and potential members; they include educational programs such as artist demonstrations. Whether you are a beginner or an accomplished artist the Artists’ League of Orange County (ALOC) is a great resource for you.

Thus stated by the founding artists: “ to bring together, at frequent intervals, artists and those who are interested in encouraging artists, young and old, amateur and professional, and to serve art interests in the community.”

Membership to ALOC is $30 a year for members with email and $35 a year for members without (which covers the cost of mailing the monthly newsletter or blog summary).

The purpose of the Artists League of Orange County shall be to serve art interests in the community and to bring together at frequent intervals artists and those interested in the arts.

The Artists League of Orange County meets the third Saturday of each month September through May
at the:
Beardall Senior Center
800 South Delaney Avenue. 
Orlando Florida
Doors open at 1 PM

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