It's a new day at the Center for Visual Artists (CVA), where we educate, exhibit, and encourage artists of all ages at all stages of their artistic growth and development.
In the news now: Art in the Afternoon After-School Art Program
After a fantastic summer of camps, from Digital Art Lab and Edible Art to Printmaking and Podcasting, we're ready to hit the ground running with our brand-new and improved elementary after-school art program, Art in the Afternoon. Art in the Afternoon is the after-school art program of choice for students at the Experiential School, plus we're on the bus route for Lindley Elementary. If your child loves art, and you need after-school care, this is the program for you...and it's the same price as ACES. Questions? Call us at 336-333-7475 or email email@example.com. Want to register? Click here.
Gallery Calendar Updates
The remainder of 2018 will bring some fantastic exhibitions to our CVA Gallery on the 2nd floor at the Greensboro Cultural Center. Call the gallery at 336-333-7485 for more info:
- We ART GSO, our open-to-all community art exhibit, is open August 3-24. Panel discussions will happen August 9, 16, and 23.
- Dirty Fingernails, featuring the work of our summer campers, is August 27-31. You'll be amazed what our students--aged 3 - 15--have created.
- Felix Semper's Kinetic World of Art, September 3-21, will blow your mind. Check out some of Felix's amazing creations at his website...but be sure to come see them in person.
Tri-State Sculptors Exhibit will be October 5-26, complementing the sculptors' work that will be arranged around the city with an indoor sculpture show in our gallery.
- Casa Azul will have an exhibit of Ofrendas (need to know what an Ofrenda is? Click here.) in conjunction with Day of the Dead celebrations and throughout the month of November.
CVA's Holiday Market is in the works for December 1 - January 1 (tentative dates).
Click the link below to read a letter from the Center for Visual Artists' Board President sharing about the new look of CVA in 2018!
Take a new look at CVA - An update from Courtney Hemphill, Board Chair