Individual Tickets

Latest Events at GAL 
on Postoffice

We now have 2  locations!
Click the link below the orange bar for Latest GAL on 6th Street events.

Volunteer Party​
Cheers to the Volunteers! Galveston Art League Volunteer Party
Moody Mansion
Sat, June 23, 2018
​6– 9pm. For more info and to get tickets and Raffle tickets Click Here.

Aug Member Show
Changeover will be on
​Mon, July 30,  10-5pm
at the Gallery. Pick up your  work in the previous show  and bring in up to 3 pieces of your  artwork for the current show .

Member Show Labels
Download the GAL Labels for the back of your work in Member Shows by clicking here

The last Monday of every month at GAL on Postoffice.
You may leave your work from the previous month before or after a juried show. You need to change out your artwork for all other months.

Sept Juried Show
Changeover will be on
​Mon, August 27,  10-5pm
at the Gallery. Pick up your  work and bring in artwork (up to 3 pieces) . Click here to download the Prospectus.
Juried Show Labels will be in the prospectus.

Entry Fees
Get a 50% discount on your entry fees by volunteering just 6 hours every two months!
Volunteers pay $15 for the first and second, $5 for the third. 
Non-volunteers pay $30 for the first and second, $10 for the third.

Painting displayed at ArtWalk must be available for sale. 

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Galveston Island Market
Monthly Arts & Crafts Market 
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Gallery Hours
Thurs-Sun 12-6pm
2117 A Postoffice Street
Galveston, TX 77550

GAL 2018 Gala—An Evening of Art & Music
Honoring four musical ensembles from our community
Please RSVP by September 20, 2018.

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Support Levels
______   Gold Level Donor: $10,000
Two tables of 10 (20 people seated at prime location), full-page ad in program,
table tent, and private reception for up to 40 at either the Art League gallery in
Galveston or Texas City at a future date.

______   Silver Level Donor: $5,000
One table of 10. Half-page ad in program, table tent, reception for 20 at either
the Art League gallery in Galveston or Texas City at a future date.

______   Bronze Level Donor: $2,500
One table of 10. One-fourth page in program, table tent.

All levels will be verbally recognized at the event, listed in the printed program, published on, and thanked in an ad in The Galveston County Daily News.

 As an alternative, I would like to reserve the following individual tickets:
 Premiere Individual Ticket (Premiere seating)     ____   x $1,000             
 Individual Ticket (Prime location seating)             ____   x $500                
 Supporter Individual Ticket                                     ____   x $250

For the above tickets please Click Here to download a printable order form that you can fill out  and mail in your check or credit card payment to
Galveston Art League • PO Box 3403 • Galveston, TX 77552               

Individual Ticket                                                          ____   x $150

I cannot attend but will support the cause at $___________. GAL on Postoffice

For the above Individual Tickets or if you cannot attend but will support the cause with a donation,  you may Click Here to to download the printable order form, and mail in your check or credit card payment to:
Galveston Art League • PO Box 3403 • Galveston, TX 77552
use the paypal button provided to pay with a your paypal account or credit card. 

                   For Questions or Special dietary needs email:        


The history of the art groups in Galveston must recognize the efforts of Mrs. Marie Kimball, a pioneer of the city’s art world. She formed the earliest group of Galveston art lovers. However no permanent organization functioned until the present Galveston Art League was founded on June 12, 1914. The group was composed of Mrs. I.H. Kempner, Mrs. Boyer Gonzales, Miss Frances Kirk, Miss Hattie Wittig, Miss Angela McDonald, Mrs. W. F. Beers and Miss Alice Black. Throughout its years of existence, the Galveston Art League has continued to promote the goals and purposes set forth in the League's first constitution: 

• To foster worthwhile art in the schools and homes of the city 
• To solicit the cooperation of public and private groups in support of art 
• To encourage the artist of the city and state 
• To hold exhibitions

The Art league continues to: 
• Welcome visiting artists 
• Sponsor art instruction by well known artist 
• Present their works in exhibition 
• Introduce artists to Galvestonians in open-house receptions 
• Bring art shows to the island 
• Present outstanding lectures at regular meetings 
• Organize art functions

In 1968 the American Bank of Galveston made available its mezzanine as a permanent gallery space for the use of the Art League, making possible continuous membership exhibition, “featured artists” and annual student art exhibits and state circuit shows.

When the new wing of the Rosenberg Library opened in 1972, exhibits of the Art League were held there. Through the Rosenberg Library's generosity, The Galveston Art League, Gallery was opened on April 24, 1974, with a special juried show of the artists from the Galveston area. Such a show was to be an annual event.

A permanent Art League collection at Rosenberg Library contains the work of many nationally known painters, such as Eugene Speicher, Boyer Gonzales, Paul Schumann, Fredric Taubes, and Percy Holt.

The Galveston Art League was incorporated on February 26, 1968 and continued its operations at the Rosenberg Library, having several exhibitions each year. Building on its rich foundation, in 2003, the Board of Directors determined that a building fund should be established with the intent to work toward getting a “home” of its own. In April, 2004, the GAL moved into leased space at 2117A Postoffice Street. In January 2008, the gallery space was purchased.

Since 2004, the League has been able to meet the mission established by the founding members. GAL holds workshops, children’s exhibitions, membership meetings, three juried exhibitions are held annually and members’ art is for viewing and sale continuously.

In September of 2008, the gallery suffered a total loss when Hurricane IKE scored a direct hit on Galveston Island and nearly eight feet of flood water inundated the gallery. The Board decided to rebuild the gallery and beginning in March of 2009, the space was completely remodeled with a loft area for our offices to protect valuable records from flooding.

The Galveston Art League continues to support the philosophy of the National Endowment for the Arts, “A great Nation Deserves Great Art” and works to bring that philosophy to the community.