Join us for our annual meeting on
Tuesday, October 22 @ 7:00 pm at the Cultural Arts Center

All community residents and WAA members are invited and the meeting will feature a review of 2019, the election of board members, and plans for 2020. “We hope people will join us on the 22nd.  It is a great opportunity to meet the Board, learn what the Alliance has been doing, and offer insight into what our members would like to see” says Board President Megan Matthews. Anyone interested in serving on the board should plan to attend the meeting. Nominations will be accepted from the floor.

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The mission of the Whitewater Arts Alliance, Inc. is to promote the visual and performing arts through an alliance of artists, individuals, educational resources, and organizations to promote creativity and diversity that will serve to educate and enrich the lives of the residents of the Whitewater community and surrounding areas. Learn More →

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A Letter from President Megan Matthews

In these letters I’ve talked about arts and the economy, arts and education, and now I would like to talk a bit about arts and healing. Many of us know anecdotally that arts and creativity can improve both our physical and emotional health, and some of us have lived it. Research proves that including the arts in healthcare can enhance coping, reduce patients’ need for hospital care and pain medication, reduce depression and anxiety, and contribute to patient satisfaction…


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Member benefits include discounted
workshop fees and it's tax deductible.

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Featured Artist
Jeff McDonALD

"The visual and performing arts are key parts of any vibrant community but they require a mix of arts professionals and dedicated volunteers to nurture and maintain them. The Whitewater Arts Alliance sponsors and helps to coordinate some of these efforts and it has been my great pleasure to serve in a small way to further the arts in the Whitewater area."

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