February 5 - March 5, 2016

Ardine Nelson/Fredrik Marsh Photographers. This husband and wife team are both Gugenheim Fellows. Both are retired from the faculty of the Ohio State University School of Photography.  They are shooting a series of photographs of the Mid-Ohio-Valley.  Join us for the opening Friday, February 5, from 5:30 - 7:30 to meet Ardine and Fred. Main and Boll Galleries

Mid-February - Early April 2016

WVAEA K-12 School Art Exhibition. Esbenshade Gallery. Find out how YOUR school and students can be a part of this program!

March 18 - April 30, 2016

Cathy Wilkin & The Cardinal's Mass. Main and South Galleries. Cathy Wilkin, of Harper's Ferry, WV, makes a triumphant return to the Art Center with a solo show of her extraordinary collages. Cathy took First Prize in "The River 2014," PAC's biennial show for professional artists.

March 4

Comic and Toy Convention

May 2

The River 2016 "Call to Entries" - A Juried Exhibition-Submission Deadline

 

May 15 - June 18, 2016

All Galleries: WV Allied Artists Biennial Exhibition

June 26 - August 6, 2016

The River Biennial Juried Exhibition. All Galleries Submission deadline is May 2, 2016. The 2014 River Gallery can be viewed here.

August 19 - September 17, 2016

RESolve Studios ( Geoff Schenkel & Company). Main, Boll and Mess Galleries.

Amy Johnson Assemblies. Exbenshade Gallery

September 30 - October 31, 2016

WVU-P Biennial Student Exhibition, works by art instructors Beth Sears Cox and Zack Orcutt and their students. Main and Boll Galleries

November 13 - December 31, 2016

WV Art & Crafts Guild's Biennial Exhibition. Main and Mezz Galleries

Women of Appalachia VII.  Boll & Esbenshade Galleries

Artist Inspired Trees. What if Picasso HAD trimmed a Christmas Tree? Bet it would be interesting to look at.  Volunteer area artists of all ages get together each year to make this one of the Art Center's best-loved annual exhibits.  Each team chooses a famous artist and re-interprets one of their works as a Christmas tree. The results can be beautiful, funny, just plain bizarre....and sometimes all of the above.  It's painless and fun art history for all ages.

 

 

Cathy Wilkin

Cathy Wilkin