We are a member-driven volunteer organization made up of women from all over Laurel and Jones County.
Founded in November of 1969, this organization of dedicated women provides its community with support for art departments at local public and private schools, scholarships, a children's art contest, and Day in the Park, a large arts festival. We also assist Laurel Rogers Museum of Art with various programs including the Very Special Arts Festival and the Heritage Arts Festival.
The mission of the Laurel Arts League is to support and celebrate the visual and performing arts through public education and events in the city of Laurel, Mississippi.
The Laurel Arts League is a non-profit organization and maintains 501(c)(3) status.
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The Laurel Arts League was excited to celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2019. Founded in 1969, this non-profit organization is dedicated to supporting and celebrating the visual and performing arts through public education and events within the city of Laurel
and throughout Jones County.
Since its beginning, the Laurel Arts League has continued to grow and expand its impact throughout our community. The Arts League is now comprised of 59 volunteer members and supports many area projects; such as the Art on Masonite Contest, the Heritage Arts Festival, the Very Special Arts Event, and the City Wide Art Contest. In 2018, the Laurel Arts League was proud to award $2,000 in scholarships to student artists within Jones county.
Your contribution enables us to support and celebrate the visual and performing arts through public education and events.