Celebrate with many talented teen artists and their families at this annual event that features award winners selected from across the New River Valley. Winners in grades 7-12 from the region progress to the national competition for the chance to earn recognition, exhibition, and scholarships.
Meet the art photographers whose work will showcase the many facets of living across Pulaski County. View the varied work and contribute your own memories and ideas of what Pulaski County is to you.
Come celebrate 40 years of the Fine Arts Center’s support of the arts in the New River Valley and kick off the holiday season at our annual Holiday Gala. Enjoy heavy hors d’oeuvres prepared by the chefs at Al’s on First in downtown Pulaski as you tap your toes to live music from the Billy Crawford Band.
One glass of wine or beer included in ticket price. Please RSVP by phone or email. (540-980-7363; email@example.com)
Member and non-member ticket prices TBA
Don’t fight the crowds on “Black Friday” when you can find the perfect gift at the Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley on Shop Small Saturday. Find unique hand-crafted jewelry, work from many local artists, and even some art supplies for your special someone with artistic flair—all in a relaxed setting in downtown Pulaski.
Exhibit runs until October 31, 2017
The Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley is requesting artwork for a new exhibit, Quilts in our World. We invite the public to participate by producing works of art that use quilts as part of the theme. These pieces can be large or small, in a group effort or produced singly. Traditional fabric quilts are very welcome, as are smaller fabric and modern usage of quilted pieces, painted quilts, barn quilts, photographs of quilts, quilts featured or as a part of painting, and any other quilt-related item. Historic quilts are also welcome.
Items must be delivered to the Fine Arts Center, 21 W. Main St, in downtown Pulaski, between September 18 and 20. The exhibit will open on Tuesday, September 26, with a reception and awards ceremony from 2-4 in the afternoon of Sunday, October 8.
Now in its eighth year, American Craft Week is the nation's largest celebration of handmade American craft. This year the focus is from October 6-15. To find out more about ACW, please visit www.americancraftweek.com.
This event is sponsored by the Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley. For more information please contact the Center at 540.980.7363, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Art is many things to many people:
collections of photographs, or maybe
scenery from the last family vacation. Art can be
images of wildlife, pets, or plants and insects. Art can
be large or small, flat or three-dimensional,
realistic or non-objective.
Art can be painted, sculpted, drawn, collected,
formed of glass, or photographed.
Art can tell a story, and can be controversial.
Menagerie 2017 has all this and more in one room!
Please take the time to enjoy...
The theme for this year is Biking the New River Trail, come see that displayed by students in their art. You will find it amazing how many ways the theme is interpreted. Enjoy, meet, and celebrate young art talent from the New River Valley area K-12 school systems. Exhibit on display through April 2nd. Reception with Student Artists and Teachers on April 2nd at 2:00pm - 4:00pm.