Saturday, October 25, 2014
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As Warwick's cultural center since 1976, the Warwick Museum of Art (WMOA) provides gallery, stage, and classroom space for talented artists, performers, and writers from many parts of R.I. and New England.  

The thriving arts center is generously supported by the City of Warwick, the Champlin Foundations, the R.I. State Council on the Arts, the State of R.I., and businesses and individual donors.

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Current Exhibit

"28th Annual RI Open" juried exhibit

On view now until October 25th

The 28th Annual RI Open is a Juried Exhibit exhibiting 42 Artists and 51 Artworks in various mediums such as painting, drawing, pastel, photography, sculpture, mixed media, and more! Juror Ernest Jolicoeur selected two "Excellence Awards" and four "Honorable Mentions." People's Choice Awards: Vote for your favorite! A fun way for gallery guests to become part of the exhibit -- casting a ballot for their favorite image!

Next week at WMOA: Warwick Public Schools Student Show Reception.

On view October 28 - November 15th

Join us for the Opening Reception on Wednesday, October 29 from 6-8pm! Admission is free and there is plenty of parking behind city hall!

Sarah Stone, a senior at Pilgrim High School will also be showing her senior project solo exhibit in our Lower Level Gallery!

WMOA is a non-profit 501(3)(c) arts organization, and a portion of all gallery sales supports our arts education mission. All original artwork and limited edition prints sold are exempt from RI sales tax. 



Education & Camps

Warwick Museum Education

Throughout the year, the Warwick Museum of Art offers a number of classes and camps for all ages. CLICK HERE to learn more!

Support the WMOA

Warwick Museum of Art

There are many ways to support your local museum of art. From financial and supply contributions to volunteering, any assistance is always greatly appreciated.
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