• NBAL News, August 2022

    Even though it's summer, there is a lot happening at the art league. Candi has added pottery classes, and is planning a raku workshop when the weather cools. Michael has resumed his acrylic painting class, and Connie continues to teach drawing; go to the Classes tab for more information on classes and open studios.


    The new mural is coming along beautifully and we hope to have a dedication this fall. Larry has installed water fountains that provide cold, filtered water for the building. Our grant application to fund a new HVAC system for the main building has gotten through the first stage, so we wait with fingers crossed. We received a generous donation to help purchase new display panels for our future shows and are in the process of choosing the best option.


    There are multiple workshops being planned, including a two day watercolor project with Therese Ferguson, handmade holiday cards with Helen Wheatley, and a four week watercolor class with Gloria Brubaker. Go to the Workshops and Special Events tab for more info.


    Interesting demos have been lined up for our general meetings, which begin again in September. Finally, we have booked the Holiday Inn again for our annual art show next year -- dates are March 30th through April 2nd, 2023, so start working on your new art pieces soon!

  • Thank you to the art organizations who supported our show through award donations!

    We are sponsored by the following businesses and organizations. Thank you for your support.


    The North Brevard Art League is an active part of the community with a legacy that stretches over fifty years. Formerly known as The Titusville Art League, our organization is home to many artists of diverse backgrounds and preferred mediums. Each one is inspired by the natural beauty and state-of-the-art technology found at the doorsteps of our historic campus. Each year our annual art show draws some of the best artists in the area to compete for cash prizes and ribbons. Our Youth program includes classes for school aged children, summer camps, and our Sunshine Saturday event where we hold a free open house for area children to create art projects. Our Art in Public Places program exhibits member artwork at a variety of venues in North Brevard County, including the Titusville Playhouse and the Health First Cancer Institute.


    We are based in the old Titusville Public Library building at the intersection of Draa Road and Park Avenue, across the street from Draa Park and next to the North Brevard bicycle trail. Our campus has a large adult classroom, a smaller and very well equipped youth classroom, and a separate pottery studio with working kiln, along with kitchen and bathroom facilities for large groups.