Winnsboro Center for the Arts

“Embracing the Spirit of Creativity”

Classes & Workshops

Upcoming Classes & Workshops

Join instructor Sharon Whitrock for a Textured Art Workshop on Saturday, December 3rd, from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm. Supplies are included and no experience is necessary. Come create your own seasonal masterwork using household caulk!

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!

To Sign Up for An Upcoming Workshop, Please Call WCA at (903) 342-0686.

Art Exhibits

10th Annual Men in the Arts
& Photography

December 3rd – February 4th

Reception: December 4th, 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

WCA presents its 10th Annual Men in the Arts Exhibit. Come see the diverse collection of works from these East Texas men! Alongside Men in the Arts is a special Photography Exhibit that celebrates the talented photographers from our area. These combined showcases are sure to have
something for everyone.

We will host a reception for this exhibit on Sunday, December 4th from 2:30 – 4:30 pm

Bowery Stage

Upcoming Concerts

Winnsboro Center for the Arts hosts many nationally recognized musicians from a variety of genres. We encourage you to check out our schedule of performers and attend some of our upcoming concerts!
Adler & Hearne will be coming to the Bowery Stage on Saturday, December 3rd at 7:30 p.m. Follow the link below to view our upcoming concerts and to purchase tickets.

October Roundup

October Roundup celebrated the rich cultural traditions of Cowboys through poetry, music and art.  A juried western art exhibit, Cowboy Tales, provided the backdrop for music and poetry performances during the month. All-day regional Cowboy Poetry and Music Gathering for all ages was held on October 29th.  The day closed with the “best of the best” – nationally acclaimed Cowboy poets Andy Hedges, Andy Wilkinson, Dave Stamey and Waddie Mitchell – performing on the Bowery Stage!

Information on next year’s event coming soon!


We would like to thank everyone who came out to audition! The Bowery Players and Dr. John Price look forward to bringing you new shows in 2023!

Click the button below if you would like more information on the Bowery Stage Theater, the Bowery Players, or to see both future and past productions.

Art & Wine Festival 2022

Our Story

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.

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The Heart
of the Arts District

Our current open hours are Wednesday – Saturday, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm. 

Your Support
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.

Join Us


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.