Winnsboro Center for the Arts Has Exciting Year Planned
Winnsboro Center for the Arts (WCA) reports that they have a great line up of concerts and theatre performances set for this year.
Upcoming concerts include Beyond the Pale on February 15, Sofia Talvik on March 14, Mary Gauthier on March 28, and John McEuen & the String Wizards on April 17. Scott Simons’ solo art exhibit continues through February 22, then there is a Linda Lucas Hardy exhibit February 29 through April 11. A live theater performance of the comedy “The Inheritance” is schedule for May 9 and 10.
Also scheduled are their regular annual events, including A Starry Night on March 7, Festival of Books in May, youth summer camp, and Winnsboro Cowboy Poetry Gathering in October.
WCA Director Tonia Nix says, “I am especially excited to announce a new event for us in 2020. Winnsboro Four Corners has decided to merge with Winnsboro Center for the Arts in hosting the very successful Art and Wine Festival in November.
Winnsboro Center for the Arts is located at 200 Market Street in Winnsboro. They have also expanded their workshop and class offerings. They have gained access to additional space at 212 Market Street, and this space has been built out to provide classrooms and workspace for art and music education. The WCA Annex is a first step towards the ultimate goal of a new Performing Arts and Education Center.
In addition to their popular one-day workshops, they are to offer longer running classes in various topics. Nix says, “we are currently finalizing the instructors and curriculum for group art and pottery classes, open studio times and private music lessons.”
For more information, call (903) 342-0686 or visit their website at www.winnsborocenterforthearts.com.