This Dec. 2 marks the 15th anniversary of the student art show at the Louisa Arts Center. It is anticipated by art students at Louisa County schools, eager to see their work the and works of their classmates on display.
On Saturday, December 17 & Sunday, December 18, nearly a dozen local artists will gather at Turn Up the Color in downtown Louisa for a one-time celebration, demonstration, and sale. Read moreMain Street gallery features holiday pop-up art show and sale
On October 17, more than three dozen pieces of student-created artwork made their debut on the walls of the Louisa County Administration Building on Woolfolk Avenue. Each year, county officials have dozens of pieces of student artwork professionally framed and hung on their walls. Each fall,… Read moreStudent art featured at county administration building
The Louisa Arts Center is pleased to offer the following shows, classes, and events... Read moreWhat's Happening at the Louisa Arts Center - October-November 2022
After 30 years as an art teacher— the past 23 years at Thomas Jefferson Elementary School in Louisa—Rodrick Rhodes remains dedicated to bringing awareness of art and its creation to his students and the community. Read moreRhodes’ love for art brings community together
The Louisa Arts Center is pleased to announce that the next show in the Purcell Gallery will be an open call show entitled “Show of Shows”, featuring artists from the surrounding area. Read moreWhat's Happening at the Louisa Arts Center - October 2022
A former Louisa High School math teacher and administrator with an undying passion for art is now living her dream. Yvonne Agee is the owner of an art studio and gallery, Turn Up the Color, which she opened six months ago on West Main St. in downtown Louisa. Read moreTurning Up the Color in downtown Louisa