Rhode Island Art Educators Exhibit returns to The Warwick Center for the Arts for its second consecutive year from August 31st through September 24th. The show recognizes and celebrates Rhode …
Rhode Island Art Educators Exhibit returns to The Warwick Center for the Arts for its second consecutive year from August 31st through September 24th. The show recognizes and celebrates Rhode Island Art Educators’ own works of art. More than 40 artworks representing more than 20 artists will be displayed.
WCFA members and the general public, especially students, colleagues, patrons, friends and family of the artists, were invited to an opening reception on Wednesday, August 31st.
The gallery is also open from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm every Wednesday through Saturday. There is no charge for admission.
Art teachers have the unique gift of merging the intricacies of mathematics, lyricism of language, and the lessons of history to create a new form of visual communication. This show is open to all art educators in Rhode Island, including PreK-12; college/university and adult art education. The Art Educators Exhibit is scheduled at the end of summer, to allow educators to showcase their most recent works created during the summer break.
Arts The Warwick Center for the Arts (WCFA) mission is to connect people of all ages and abilities to a variety of affordable arts and cultural experiences through exhibits, educational programs and cultural experiences. Emerging and established artists will find a unique and inviting space in which to share their creative vision with the community.
The Warwick Center for the Arts is located at 3259 Post Road, Warwick with convenient parking on the street or in the city hall parking lot.