Exhibitions and Events
The Workhouse Arts Center is proud to present our Featured Artists and Studio Exhibitions for the month of August. An opening reception for all studio shows and featured artists listed below will be held campus-wide during our 2nd Saturday Art Walk, September 13, from 6-9pm.
Public Opening Reception: October 9, 6-8pm
An exhibition featuring the works of 35 leading ceramic artists from the nine nations: Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia and Myanmar.
Public Opening Reception: September 13, 7-9pm
The Potomac Valley Watercolorists (PVW) celebrates 40 years as a juried group of Watercolorists in the Greater Metropolitan DC region with an exhibit of 100 paintings from its members.
Virginia artists are firing up their torches!
The Workhouse Arts Center is proud to present our Featured Artists and Studio Exhibitions for the month of October. An opening reception for all studio shows and featured artists listed below will be held campus-wide during our 2nd Saturday Art Walk, October 11, from 6-9 pm.
The Workhouse Arts Center, located in Lorton, VA has the privilege and honor to host "Earth and Fire" the 3rd Southeast Asian Ceramics Symposium (formerly Festival) in October 2014.
The 2nd Saturday Art Walk at the Workhouse showcases the diverse work of more than 100 visual artists in a unique historic venue, creating an atmosphere that encourages visitors to immerse themselves in the richness of this creative community.
Chris Irving: Comic Book and Popular Culture Historian
Join us for our monthly Ballroom Social Dance with a haunted twist! Wear your Halloween costume for this chilling occasion and join the ghosts and ghouls on the dancefloor!
Catriona Fraser, Owner and Director of the Fraser Gallery
The original business and marketing seminar for emerging artists, serious about his or her art career, with practical information and advice for successful in the fine arts.
Anne Kenny-Urban: Budget Services Manager at VMFA
Jeffrey Allison: Paul Mellon Collection Educator and Statewide Manager at VMFA
Drink This! will showcase ceramic drinking vessels by contemporary artists around the globe. The focus of the exhibit is on the variety of ways artists explore the cup, in functional, sculptural, traditional and non-traditional forms.
Margaret Hancock: Art and Design Educator
Evie Terrono: Professor of Art History at Randolph-Macon College