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WHITEWATER ARTS ALLIANCE MISSION STATEMENT

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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Become A Member
OR RENEW your membership

It’s time to renew your membership or join as a new member! Membership is for the calendar year – January through December and is tax deductible. We have many events coming up in 2019 and we want you to join us! To learn more or to become a member for 2019, click here.

2019 VIEWER FAVORITES
FROM MEMBERS’ SHOW
FOR NOTECARDS

Congratulations! The Whitewater Arts Alliance congratulates the WAA members whose works viewers selected as their favorites during the 2018 Members Show. Viewers chose art by the following artists to be featured on the note cards: Shirley Matthews, Dawn Hunter, Shelby Keefe, and Judy Wildermuth.


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A Letter from President, Megan Matthews

Hello everyone, Happy 2019! You will see that we have an amazing year of exhibits, workshops and summer concerts planned. When we plan programming for the year, we take a close look at our mission and audience and work to ensure the entire community has access to art and creative expression of all kinds. >> READ MORE <<


UPCOMING EVENTS

Check out upcoming gallery exhibits
and workshops that are available to you.

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Become a Member

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

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Featured Artist: JANET NELSON

I love color. I love how color looks next to another color. Many of my paintings start out covering the canvas with brush strokes looking at what color complements each other. Using a limited palette, I mix almost all my colors and seldom use paint straight from the tube. That way, I create “my color” and not a manufactured one that is mixed to the point of not being able to see the small intricacies of the individual pigments. My style had evolved through observation and changes in my environment, but I have learned not to take myself too seriously as a result.

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