Winnsboro Center for the Arts
“Embracing the Spirit of Creativity”
Classes & Workshops
Upcoming Classes & Workshops
As we wrap up this year’s classes and workshops, we would like to thank all you continued to participate. With the additional space in our annex, we were able to continue offering classes while following social distancing guidelines. As we continue to plan our 2021 schedule, we are looking at possibilities for new and exciting opportunities including stained glass and floral arranging workshops. If there is a creative endeavor that you would like to see at WCA, please send us your suggestions at firstname.lastname@example.org
Check for details as they are available.
Winnsboro Art & Wine Festival
This year’s festival was a success! Socially distanced vendors filled market street to share their art, wine, and food. We were happy to show off plans for our new black box theater and receive constructive feedback from the community.
We would like to thank all who participated in and supported this year’s festival.
Despite COVID-19, we are open and operating at reduced hours. We continue to offer classes and workshops as we also are beginning to plan upcoming concerts. The annual Art and Wine Festival will take place on November 13th – 14 as well!
The arts are needed now more than ever to cheer us up and to instill hope for the future. To address that need, we are implementing a variety of virtual activities and service projects. Watch for updates here to learn about new activities offered.
Art About Town
Virtual Classes and Workshops
Writer’s Workshop on Self-Publishing – Date & Time TBD
Winnsboro Center for the Arts is well known for its theatre productions. Suite Surrender was named “Best Play on the Upper East Side” in 2019 by County Line Magazine.
Men in the Arts
October 30 – December 15
Come see the eighth annual Men in the Arts Exhibit featuring our talented local guys!
Virtual Exhibition coming soon!
Our third annual Festival of Books is scheduled for May 1, 2021. This year’s festival is dedicated to the former Kate Park, a native of Winnsboro whose love of reading combined with her business acumen led to a successful career in the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex. Please for stay tuned for additional information.
Providing programs for the youth of the community is always a focus for Winnsboro Center for the Arts. From workshop and classes to the popular summer camps. Summer camps focus on music, art and theatre.
About The WCA
Winnsboro Center for the Arts is a vibrant cultural center in the heart of the Arts District which hosts a variety of cultural activities from concerts, theater productions, and art exhibits to classes, workshops, and festivals. Activities geared especially for children include music and art lessons and summer camps.
of the Arts District
Wed – Sat10:00 AM – 2:00 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.