The Fairfax Art League has two galleries located just one block apart in the heart of Old Town Fairfax near the new Old Town Square. Plenty of free parking is available including a multilevel garage at the north end of the building at 3950 University Drive and various city parking lots throughout the downtown area. For a map of free city parking click here.
The Old Town Hall
The Old Town Hall, built in 1900 and added to the National Registry of Historic Places in 1987, is the permanent home of the Fairfax ArtLeague’s Old Town Hall Gallery. Located next to the new Fairfax City park in the Historic District, the gallery occupies the second floor and coexists with shelves full of lending library books. The public is invited to visit this unique gallery of rotating art exhibitions and enjoy the receptions that highlight the works of FAL’s members. Special events include the December holiday party and spring Spotlight on the Arts exhibit.
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The Village Gallery
Located one block north of the Old Town Hall, the Village Gallery offers members a large, flexible space for meetings, artist demonstrations, workshops, art shows and receptions. The public is encouraged to visit and interact with artists as they work in the large studio space. Additionally, the FAL periodically hosts a variety of performance arts presentations from theater productions to improvisational comedy in cooperation with the City of Fairfax Commission on the Arts.
The FAL would like to express its deepest gratitude to the City of Fairfax Commission on the Arts and Kimco Realty for making this space available.
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