16 teams competed in our first Cornhole Tournament and our winners were the father and son team of Pete and Dan Fridirici, who generously donated the prize money back to the WIAC! Thanks Guys!
The WIAC is always looking to expand the art community in the area and the best way is to collaborate and commune with like-minded, art folks. Join today!
The WIAC will be holding a Festival of Trees this November and we want to beautify those old and ugly trees you may have in your attics. Donate yours today!
Fall Art Classes can be taken in person in the WIAC Classroom or online via zoom! We will provide all the materials, wonderful instructor interaction, personal trouble shooting, and more. Take a fun art class from the safety of your own home or share a fun time with a friend miles away! Classes for children, adults, and those with special needs. Class size is very limited so register today.
The 5th Annual Keystone Fine Art Juried Exhibition that was set to take place at the Walk In Art Center has been postponed until April 3 due to the covid-19 pandemic.
The Walk In Art Center Looking Forward to Hosting “General Hospital” actor Steve Burton on March 6, 2021 at 7 pm
Emily Umbenhem, Riverview Branch Manager at Cressona and Michelle Lewandowski, VP, Regional Treasury Management Officer, Pottsville, recently presented the Walk In Art Center with an EITC fund check.