Along with the art that is displayed throughout the Walk In Art Center and the individual artists studios, there are three gallery areas.
The Exhibits in these galleries change on a regular basis.
For information on the current gallery exhibits please visit our Events page.
The Main Gallery is our center’s largest space located on the third floor of the Walk In Art Center. The Main Gallery has a bimonthly rotating schedule of exhibitions whereThe Walk In Art Center invites an artist to exhibit and sell their work.
Each exhibit has an opening night with live entertainment, meet and greet with the artist, and refreshments. The exhibits also have a closing night, giving art lovers a last chance to meet with artist and purchase a piece of their work. Refreshments are served.
All exhibits can be viewed Monday thrugh Friday 9am to 5pm, Saturday 1pm to 5pm or by appointment.
The Walk In Art Center’s Main Gallery also opens its doors to school districts, boy scouts, girl scouts and other organizations. We offer presentations about the artist, the medium and/or the era to help educate the children and add to their current curriculum.
The Main Gallery Exhibit Schedule and details on each exhibition can be viewed on the Community Events page.
Located on the second floor of The Walk In Art Center is a smaller space and is the home of exhibitions paying tribute to Schuylkill County’s rich history. Curator Rick Nagle’s impressive photography collection lines the walls of the WIAC Haven Gallery for all to view and enjoy a walk down history lane.
The WIAC Community Gallery features visual art created by artists throughout our Schuylkill County area. Each month showcases a different exhibit sharing the outstanding artistic talent in our community.
October through May will feature art created by local school districts to provide talented art students and teachers the opportunity to display work created in the classroom.
June, July and August will feature the artwork of artists throughout our community including members of The WIAC Artist Program.
September will feature a community organization that includes art programs in their curriculum.
Everyone is welcome to view the WIAC Community Gallery during open to the public hours. Community Events page.