Mission Statement

Our Mission is to promote art and art education in the community and among its members. To encourage and promote a public interest and understanding of art; to create and develop a closer relationship between art and the community and further the education and artistic development of its members.

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Open House

Our Sister Organization, Arts Resouces for the Tri-State, is having an open house this Saturday to help the people of Eastern Kentucky, Southern Ohio and West Virginia put some art in their young people's lives.

Each year they sponsor a series of fine arts classes for young people in drama, dance, visual arts and more. This Saturday, September 11, 2010, there is a preview and sign-up day. All the teachers for the programs will be gather in the old High School Cafeteria, now the ballroom ( and you should see it!). They will be there to answer questions, demonstrate their programs and general enrich your lives. Many of the teachers do take on adult students too, so everyone can come. The Open House Starts at 2:30 but who knows when it will end!

The Arts-Resources for the Tri-State is also located in the Renaissance Building, the repurposed Huntington High School, 900 8th Street in Huntington, WV

Open House!

This Saturday, Sue Tschantz, our Junior Arts teacher will be attending the open house for Arts resources for the tri-state featuring her junior arts class.

Her classe in for Fine Arts, Painting and drawing. is for junior members, 10- high school. The Junior class focuses on drawing as the foundation of visual art. She likes to take the students through the process of developing their artistic vision. Right now, the class is focusing on the human face, which is one of the first things people try to draw, but using this to develop powers of observation. But she will also be helping them develop a sense of composition and color. there will be having sessions that include Chinese Calligraphy, ink wash painting, some watercolors and more. Each session does include some art history that flows naturally in with what we are doing, including some interesting aspects of American history.

The arts in our children’s lives are very important. It is a fundamental to a well-rounded education, and helps in all areas of learning including reading, math and science. Art teaches problem solving. These courses are a wonderful supplement to their education.

If you are in the area, stop by The Renaissance Art Gallery and the Renaissance Art Center.

The Arts Center website is here: and you can find out more about all the classes offered.

And this, of course is us!

The Renaissance Art Gallery
900 8th Street, Suite #20
Huntington, WV 25701

Gallery (304) 525-3235
Appointments: (304) 453-3187


Gallery hours are:

Friday & Saturday 12-4 pm, Sunday 1-4 pm
Studio hours Monday 10-Noon, Wednesday 1:00-7:30 pm and Saturday 10-Noon

1 comment:

  1. this was a great event! Only wish more people had taken advantage of it!