Thursday, April 24, 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.

Learn more about WMOA inside...

Current Exhibit

Opens March 8...

Art League of RI "Associate Members Exhibit 2014"

Visit the main gallery to see the latest works by Associate Members of this renowned artists group. Original works in a wide array of mediums will be showcased -- include paintings, sculpture, fine art photography, mixed media, and 3D installations. 

Special events hosted by the ALRI Associate Members are free and open to the public:

Opening Reception - Wednesday, March 19 from 6:00-8:00 pm Enjoy wine and light refreshments, meet the artists and ask them about their creative vision, see the exhibit and buy original works -- tax free! 

"RI Art Archive Project" Film - Wednesday, April 2 from 6:00-8:00 pm Socialize with other guests before a special screening of this art documentary produced by ALRI member Holly Gaboriault. Included in this fascinating film are RI artists Deborah Baronas, Howard BenTre, Gretchen Dow-Simpson, Nancy Gaucher-Thomas, Peter Geisser, Saberah Malik, Salvatore Mancini, Morris Nathanson, Leo Narducci, Ilse Nesbitt, Howard Newman, and Kenn Speiser.

Gallery Talk with Saberah Malik - Wednesday, April 9 from 6:00-8:00 pm Meet the renowned fiber artist and hear about her creative vision, how she works with gossamer fabrics, and how her work has evolved over the years. Anyone who's admired Malik's mysteriously beautiful 3D creations will want to ask questions during the Q&A afterwards! 

No sales tax is charged on artwork in our gallery -- so buy original works at WMOA!

Double Your Donation! 

A generous arts supporter has offered to match all donations to replace the wheelchair lift up to $1,000 -- which means all donations will be matched. So a $5 contribution becomes $10, and a $50 donation becomes $100. Now's the perfect time to make a donation! 

Three ways to make a donation to replace the wheelchair lift...

* Send a check in any amount to the Warwick Museum of Art (include "wheelchair lift" on memo line),

* Call the office and make a contribution by phone with your MasterCard or Visa card,  

* Stop by the office with cash, get a receipt for your donation, and it will be added to "Arts for All!" Box.

All contributions are tax-deductible: if you send a check or make a phone donation a thank you letter will be sent for your tax records; donors who drop by with cash or check will receive a written receipt on the spot, and a thank you letter will be mailed to them later.



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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