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Expand Your Art & Music Understanding

Visit these Art Galleries & Performance Halls online or in person—several are local or very close:

Randolph County Community Arts Center

This local art gallery has exhibits, concerts and classes all year long and is located in the heart of Elkins, WV.

The Old Brick Playhouse

This local performance theatre offers plays and  classes all year long and is located in the heart of Elkins, WV.

Carnegie Museum of Art

A world class museum located in Pittsburgh

Carnegie Hall in Lewisburg

A fine and performing art venue located in Lewisburg, WV.

Clay Center

An arts and science center in Charleston, WV

National Gallery of Art

Explore the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Includes resources and links to other museums.

Smithsonian Insitution

The world’s largest museum and research complex with extensive collection of artifacts and artworks including the Portait, Sackler, Renwick, Freer, American Indian, Asian and African art galleries.

Tamarack—the best of West Virginia

Tamarack’s David L. Dickirson Gallery represents over 500 juried West Virginia artists. Exhibitions rotate every six to eight weeks showcasing the best of West Virginia fine art. If you are a current West Virginia resident and would like to jury your work for the Gallery please read through Gallery Guidelines, then click on Jury Information from our Tamarack or Artisan Services link.

The Kennedy Center

As the nation's center for the performing arts, the Kennedy Center is committed to increasing opportunities for all people to participate in and understand the arts. A comprehensive arts education draws upon the expertise of both arts specialists and classroom teachers, and upon the experiences and resources of professional artists and community cultural resources. Only by utilizing all of these resources can individuals achieve the full educational potential of the arts.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

 Explore the Met, search for artists and artworks. Good for art history and research.

"When I examine myself and my method of thought, I come to the conclusion that the gift of fantasy has meant more to me than my talent for absorbing knowledge."
(Albert Einstein)