Tiny Works SALE

Shop our Scholarship fundraiser!

These unique works to benefit our College Scholarship have been donated by our member artists. They are each 5″ x 7″ and matted. Be sure to check out all five pages of tiny jewels! Pay online!


Call for Entries



This is a WCA/NH Members Open Exhibition that will be open from February 1, though February 29, 2020.

You must be a 2020 dues paying member of WCA/NH to enter this exhibition. (renew HERE)


It's Membership Renewal Time!

Renew or join us now!

Busting Out: Powerful Women 2020-2021 Now Available!

Busting Out: Powerful Women 2020-2021 

Details here.

The WCA/NH Edith Weiler Professional Development Grant

This grant is for WCA/NH members who wish to expand their expertise in the visual arts through workshops, seminars, or classes.

And the Winner is....

WCA/NH 2019 Scholarship Winner!

We are pleased to announce  that Alexandra Buciak, of Hillsborough, NH, will receive a $1,000 scholarship and a one-year membership in WCA/NH. Alexandra is a freshman illustration major at the New Hampshire Institute of Art. Much of her work revolves around character design, female empowerment, and fantastical theming. She works in many mediums, but her favorite is watercolor, Copic marker, and mixed media.

Congratulations, Alexandra!

Art and Poetry

  Text & Textiles

The Text and Textiles catalog is now available.

Support WCA/NH and order your copy now. Click here!


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.

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.

Art Pods

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

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.