Winnsboro Center for the Arts
“Embracing the Spirit of Creativity”
Classes & Workshops
Upcoming Classes & Workshops
Join instructor Dr. John A. Price for a three-day workshop studying Shakespeare’s Language on May 30th, June 2, and June 10. You will learn how speak clearly using the Bard’s language. This could be a wonderful tool to use to audition for our upcoming production of Much Ado About Nothing.
WCA offers a variety of classes, workshops, and private lessons! Check out our pages below for other awesome opportunities to learn a new artistic skill!
Fragments of My Life
Works by Marie Renfro
March 29 – May 27
Friday, April 14, 4-6 pm
Allure of Watercolor
Works by Sandra St. John &
May 31 – July 22
Thursday, June 1, 4-6 pm
Fiery roots-rock singer/songwriter Scott Miller comes to the Bowery Stage on July 29th at 7:30PM Click the button below for tickets and a list of upcoming concerts.
Children’s Summer Camps
Open Registration is Now Live!
Master Makers Art Camp is Currently Full.
WCA is proud to announce its lineup of summer camps for 2023. Each year, WCA is able to offer a diverse collection of art, theater, and music camps for our community.
Click the buttons below for More Information Including Camp Dates and Registration Forms.
Art & Wine Festival 2023
The Winnsboro Art & Wine Festival will be returning on November 10th & 11th, 2023. Please click More Information below for a list of sponsorship levels as well as to download the pledge form. Stay tuned for more information!
Auditions Coming Soon!
Much Ado About Nothing will be coming to the Bowery Stage! Written by William Shakespeare and directed by Dr. John Price, this classic comedy with a modern twist will be coming to the Bowery Stage this September!
July 10 & 11–6-8pm
September 8, 9, 10 and 15, 16, 17
Click the button below for more information.
Cowboy Music & Poetry Gathering
The Winnsboro Cowboy Music and Poetry Gathering is coming back to Winnsboro on September 30, 2023. Tickets on Sale April 1st
Winnsboro Center for the Arts is a vibrant cultural center which anchors the Cultural Arts District and hosts a variety of activities from concerts, theater productions, and art exhibits to classes, workshops, and festivals. Activities geared especially for children include music, art lessons, and summer camps.
We invite you to view our video, Winnsboro Center for the Arts – Twenty Years in the Making, to gain a better understanding of our history and our vision for the future.
of the Arts District
Our current open hours are Wednesday – Saturday, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm.
Goes a Long Way
Here at Winnsboro Center for the Arts, we think the transformative experience of participating in the arts is for everyone, and your support makes that a reality.
You can support WCA by becoming a member, by volunteering or by donating to the organization.
Volunteers play a very important role at WCA. There are many opportunities to get involved. Fill out a quick form and start supporting the art community today.
“Embracing the Spirit of Creativity”
It’s easy to become a member. Select from several levels of membership and begin to enjoy all that the center has to offer.
Funding assistance provided by the National Endowment for the Arts.
Thanks to County Line Magazine for their support of live music on The Bowery Stage and in all of East Texas.
As a National Guild member, Winnsboro Center for the Arts is committed to ensuring all people have opportunities to maxize their creative potential.
Some Bowery Stage performances are presented with the assistance of the Texas Touring Artists program of the Texas Commission on the Arts.
Thanks to the Community Chronicle for covering the Art Centers events.