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Historic Daily Life Art Contest Winners

Historic Daily Life Art Contest Winners

Historic Daily Life Art Contest How would people in the early 1900s have lived their daily lives? WWAC and the historic Wicoff House Museum came together to issue this art contest in order to find out! Youth ages 8 – 18 were asked to get inspired by specific...
Remembering Richard Snedeker (1927-2020)

Remembering Richard Snedeker (1927-2020)

We were very saddened to learn of Dick Snedeker’s passing this weekend. Dick was a founder of the West Windsor Arts Council and was committed to the ongoing success of this community resource. His full obituary is available HERE. A message from Aylin Green,...
Fall Classes 2020

Fall Classes 2020

As we get ready for the fall season there is still so much uncertainty about what our collective future holds. In an abundance of caution surrounding the ongoing pandemic, the West Windsor Arts Council will offer mostly online and a few in-person classes this fall. To...
Summer 2020: In-Person Arts Camps update

Summer 2020: In-Person Arts Camps update

After careful consideration of state guidelines and internal resources, the staff and board of the West Windsor Arts Council have decided that we will not be offering in-person camps for our community this summer.  Summer arts camps at the West Windsor Arts Center are...
Honoring CiFA Students

Honoring CiFA Students

Each year WWAC honors their talented teaching artists and the outstanding work done by their students, both youth and adults, by showcasing their work in a culminating exhibition, the Faculty Student Art Show.  This year is extra special as this is the first year many...
Preserving the Arts Now and for the Future

Preserving the Arts Now and for the Future

Each spring the West Windsor Arts Council, like so many nonprofits, reaches out to its supporters to ask for donations that help fulfill their mission to transform the world around them through the arts. But this year, there will be no letter in the mail. In an effort...