ACA's winter registration open for all

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UPDATED Nov. 16: Registration for winter classes and workshops has opened for members of the Arlington Center for the Arts as well as the public.

Signups to the general public began Wednesday, Nov 16.

Not a current ACA member? Advance registration access is one of many benefits offered to members. To learn more about the membership program, including information about how to become a member, visit the membership page(A reminder that a Family Membership level is required to receive member discounts on kids and teen program registrations.)

View ACA's winter 2023 interactive digital catalog >>


 'Courageous Colors' opens

The Arlington Center for the Arts' members' show, "Courageous Colors," held its opening reception Thursday, Oct. 27, from 6 to 7:30 p.m.

The works are on display through Jan. 11, 2023, the ACA newsletter said.

Courageous Colors is a show for the bold, experimental and vibrant works of art that illuminate the world. This exhibition celebrates ACA members and the ways they use color to enhance the energy of their subjects, alter the message of their work and illuminates possibilities.

ACA is asking the public to help celebrate these vibrant, dynamic works of art and the artists who created them. Attendees will have the chance to meet this year’s exhibiting artists, network with other art lovers and enjoy light refreshments.

Learn more about ACA's 2022 members' show >>

ACA Annual Member Meeting + Celebration:
Wednesday, Dec. 7, 6 to 8 p.m.

Call to Artists: Labor of Life

Labor of Life: Textiles & Fibers  |  Curated by Kristina Goransson

ACA is seeking submissions for its upcoming 2023 exhibition:
Labor of Life: Textiles & Fibers.Call to artists

Textiles have been the basis for civilization and innovation since the beginning of human existence. For this call, we are asking artists to submit works that speak to this labor of life and love; that show the craftsmanship, innovation, and beauty that goes into creating works using textiles techniques.


  This news announcement was updated Nov. 9, 2022, based on information from the ACA, and updated Nov. 16.

 
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