What’s Happening at Wash Arts?

BlackArts: A Black History Month Celebration

Wash Arts will be featuring the work of talented local
and regional Black artists at this month’s
gallery show. With the innovative work of visual artists
from Washington, Pittsburgh, and beyond, you will get
a taste of what is inspiring the next generation of
Black artists.

Featuring the artwork of:
Darrell Kinsell
John Yandell
Emmai Alaquiva
Saihou Njie
Marlana Vassar
Gneticz Culture

Rueben Brock will be spinning a mix of old school r&b
and hip-hop to spice up the night. Come enjoy the vibe,
have a glass of wine, and experience the beauty of a
Wash Arts gallery show!

Winter Class Schedule Coming Soon!

Semester begin the week of January 20th.

Faculty Show and Open House: January 18th

Join us at Wash Arts for a Faculty Show and Open House.  Come see our studios and  meet our instructors.  There will be live demos from our instructors, performances, and an exhibition of staff artwork.

Wash Arts Jewelry Show and Sale: December 13th

On December 13th come to Wash Arts to see  locally made, unique, artisan Jewelry.  The opening reception will take place on December 13th from 5-9pm and will feature live music along with finger foods and wine.  The sale will begin the following morning, December 14th at 11am and will close at 3pm.  Don’t miss this opportunity to pick up a beautiful piece for that special someone.  This is a free event and open to the public.

Ornament Decorating Fundraiser

Come on down to Wash Arts on December 7th between 12:30 and 4pm to make your own Christmas Tree ornaments! They make great gifts and each ornament only costs $5 and goes directly to Wash Arts. To participate please fill out this form!
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Tri County Ceramics Invitational

Wash Arts will be hosting the First Annual Tri-County Ceramics invitational.  This exhibit will feature Ceramic Artists from Washington, Greene and Fayette Counties. The opening reception will be Friday November 8th from 5pm to 10pm and will run through November 22nd.  The exhibit will be open to the public from 9am-3pm Monday through Thursday. This event is free and open to the public.

Recurring Events

Artists in Residence, Visiting Artists and Exhibits:

An important part of cultural life at Wash Arts is our calendar of special events and our featured artists program. Throughout the year, we hold Art Exhibits, featuring the work of local and regional artists, as well as Concerts, Poetry Readings, Open House Recitals, Plays, and much more!