Over the course of the last 25+ years, Buchanan Center for the Arts has served the residents of the Warren County region and beyond, providing creative and diverse artistic experiences. Our friend, Tim Kramer, along with BCA board member, Emily Rollie, created the attached video that shares the story of the impact the BCA has had on our community and its residents. (Click on the link below.) We are grateful to them for putting the video together and hope you will take a few minutes to watch it. Thank you for your continued support of the arts in our community.
The BCA is currently accepting entries for the Security Savings Bank 35th Annual Photography Show. The show will be held in the BCA gallery August 16 - September 17, 2016. This show spotlights the talents of amateur photographers from our region. All works must be received no later than Saturday, August 6th. This year's award categories are outlined in the attached prospectus and there is no fee to enter the show. Opening reception is Friday, August 19th 5-7pm.
July 5 - August 6, 2016
Art from the Heartland is an opportunity for artists from our region to exhibit and sell their work. As part of our ongoing mission to offer creative and diverse artistic experiences, this exhibition is a wonderful opportunity for area artists and our community to express themselves and enjoy the arts. Please click on the link for further exhibition details. Join us in the BCA gallery for our opening reception Friday, July 8th 5-7pm.
Old Friends Talk Art
Join us in the BCA gallery on Wednesday, July 13th at 10am to hear Kellen Hinrichsen, Pattee Executive Director, Warren County History Museum. Over the past eight years, Hinrichsen has held roles as curator, museum manager, and intern instructor. He is passionate about museums and advocates for their increased role in communities.
Hear Kellen Hinrichsen speak about his experiences as a museum professional as well as the goals that he has for the Warren County History Museum. He will discuss what is currently being done at the museum as well as new initiatives that will be coming in the future. There will be time for discussion after the presentation, allowing you to ask questions and be involved in the discussion of where the museum will go and how it will get there. See you at OFTA!