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West Windsor Arts Center

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Featured Event
May 6th, 4 – 6pm

This one-day only event will introduce the ceramic, fabric and natural object environmental installation that is part of an evolving, ongoing project by artist Joy Kreves called “CRAVING NATURE – The Feast.” Composed as tables set up to greet 30 dinner guests, this exhibition premiere is part of a series of creative participatory events and will include a welcome drink, talk by the artist, and other activities designed by the artist. LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS ONE-DAY ONLY, SENSORY EVENT.

 

Featured Event
Bus Trip Friday, June 2nd

Bus trip to Wharton Escherick Museum and Chanticleer Garden.
You won’t want to miss this opportunity to visit these rich cultural sites in the Malvern, PA area. LEARN MORE HERE

In the Gallery

Member Exhibition: The Natural Muse
Joy Kreves, juror

March 13 – May 6, 2017

Artwork by Members of the West Windsor Arts Council that is inspired by and focused on our connection to nature using one or more of the 5 senses.

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Spring Classes

Registration for Spring Classes is still open.
Browse our offerings for adults and children and register today!

 

Summer Arts Camps

Registration for Summer Camp is now open. Full and half days available. Extended day available.
Learn more about ARTS CAMPS and register today!

 

Our mission is to provide professional quality community arts programming in order to support, educate, inspire and promote the arts and art appreciation. Will you join us?

Exhibition Highlight
Member Show: The Natural Muse
Bill Plank, Birth
Second Place Prize

Bill Plank earned his Associates Degree in Visual Arts from Mercer County Community College, and attained his Bachelors Degree in Art Education from Trenton State College. After teaching for twenty-five years, he retired to form his own art business called Plank Art Designs, selling a variety of merchandise such as prints, mugs and notecards using his original designs. Throughout his years of teaching, Plank continued to produce and exhibit his acrylic paintings at such places as Educational Testing Service in Princeton and Capitol Health System’s Mercer Hospital Campus, to name a few. Bill’s paintings are influenced by artists such as the Romantic painter Caspar David Friedrich, Andrew and James Wyeth, and contemporary illustrator/landscape painter Philip Travers.

“Much of my artwork concerns itself with rebirth and rejuvenation in nature. Through the use of symbolism, I present this theme in a subtle yet strong interpretation. The painting Birth depicts a flowering cactus which, despite adverse conditions, continues to bloom again each year — a perfect example of rebirth. Also reinforcing this theme, DaVinci’s embryo drawing represents a tribute to one of the greatest ‘observers of nature.’ The geometric globe represents worlds within worlds, for example, the womb as a living organ housing another life.”

 

Resources for Artists

Open Call

Exhibit your work in an upcoming show. Click here to see the latest opportunities.

 

Teaching    Opportunities

We’re seeking artists to lead classes and workshops for kids, teens, & adults.

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Seeking Curators

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I’m so glad I accepted your invitation to take the poetry class, and I encourage others in the community to partake of the many offerings there.

— Frida Bagel

As a member, donor, and volunteer, I can tell you that this is an organization with heart.  The value you get from being a member far exceeds what you pay to join.  WWAC is contributing to development of a creative, healthy community.  I support them in every way I can.

— Jaime An-Wong, Artist

My son loved it there! It was the perfect experience for him to grow artistically. Every day he looked forward to creating and learning. I am grateful for the experience the scholarship provided.

— Ahmad Shakir, Parent