Text & Textiles

Hancock Public Library, Hancock NH
May 12 – June 21, 2018, 
 
Twelve WCA/NH artists and twelve NH poets are collaborating on a a joint exhibition and program of artwork and poetry called Text and Textiles. This traveling exhibit will begin at the Hancock Public Library in May 2018. Then, on seven other locations!

We have a Winner!

Congratulations, Paige Benshemer

Paige Benshemer of Brentwood NH has been awarded our WCA/NH Scholarship. She attends Colby-Sawyer College in New London, NH, majoring in Studio Art with a concentration in painting and a minor in education. She is also our newest member!

More info: http://www.wcanh.org/about/college-scholarship-program/

A Second Look

Call For Entries

WCA/NH MEMBERS’ OPEN EXHIBITION:

DEADLINE: Friday, June 15, 2018

Every work of art is a representation of the vision and hard work of the artist. Sometimes the work that is done goes without recognition or appreciation. Whether the piece has been rarely seen or perhaps passed over by a juror, A Second Look is a show created to give these works a chance to shine.

July 9, 2018 – August 26, 2018

Kimball Jenkins
266 North Main St, Concord, NH
A Second Look Prospectus

Special!

Support WCA/NH’s Scholarship Fund!

 

Visit our online shop now!   Get a 5 by 7 inch “jewel” of art donated by a WCA/NH member. These pieces are one-of-a-kind, and will not be available at this price again.

 

 

 

WCA/NH is part of a national organization that promotes the advancement of women in the visual arts through educational programs, networking and exhibition opportunities.

Exhibition Opportunities

WCA/NH offers a rich variety of juried and non-juried exhibition opportunities to our members.

Art Pods

An Art Pod is a casual meeting of artists who are interested in sharing and talking about their artwork.

Artist Trading Cards

WCA/NH holds Artist’s Trading Card (ATC) exchanges several times a year. ATCs are mini works of art done on 2-1/2 in. x 3-1/2 in. cards.

With a little help from our friends!

WCA/NH is supported in part by a grant from the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment of the Arts.