- Life Drawing
- Creative Lives Lecture Series
- Woodworking Workshop – Vicco von Voss
- The Potters Wheel
- Beginner’s Pottery on the Wheel
- Art of iPhoneography
- Visual Journaling and Vino
- Bus Trip to The Barnes Foundation
- David Kessler Painting Workshop
- Members Only Event – Hai-Ou Hou Lecture
- Introduction to iPhone Photography
- Annual Events
- ArtsAlive! A Night in the Tropics
- Art of Stewardship Exhibition
- Earth Stewardship Days
- Paint the Town
- Art in Bloom
- Studio Tour
- Gift Shop
- Clay Studio
- Support Us
- About Us
Art of Stewardship
The second annual Art of Stewardship Exhibition is a joint effort between Chestertown RiverArts and the Chester River Association, with the support of the Carla Massoni Gallery and the Art of Stewardship Project led by Greg Mort. The exhibition will features works that express and exemplify the importance of being good stewards of the earth. Greg Mort, acclaimed international artist and environmentalist, judged the exhibition and announced the winners at the Preview Reception and Awards Ceremony. Read about the winners and learn more…
Earth Stewardship Days: Rev Up The Planet is a month-long series of events designed to raise awareness of the importance of taking care of the Earth. Earth Stewardship Days is sponsored by Chestertown RiverArts, the Carla Massoni Gallery, the Art of Stewardship Project founded and led by Greg Mort, and the many organizations throughout the greater Chestertown area that are committed to the concept that we all have a role to play in promoting active stewardship of our planet. Read more….
Paint the Town 2015 brings 50 artists to Chestertown to paint in and around Kent County. The paintings are sold at our “Wet Paint Show and Sale” on Saturday, April 25. Your $25 contribution as a Patron brings an invitation to the pre-show of the wet paint sale and mention in our program. Sign up to be a Patron on our website at ChestertownRiverArts.org, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 410-778-6300.
Join RiverArts on Thursday, May 14 for a wonderful trip to the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia. The bus leaves the Roses’ parking lot at 9 and will arrive at 11. Spend the day taking in the amazing collection of Post-impressionist masters, American masters, and world art. Learn more and register.
Thank you to everyone for supporting ArtsAlive! 2015
RiverArts held our annual ArtsAlive! Gala on Saturday March 28, 2015, sponsored by The Byrd Group, LCC. We are so grateful to everyone that made our “fun”raiser possible! There was a great turn-out for “A Night in the Tropics” was much needed after such a long and blustery winter, and our organizers delivered on a great event! Read more….
Chestertown Featured in American Craft Magazine
Chestertown and RiverArts are featured in the February/March issue of American Craft Magazine. Published by the American Craft Council, the magazine features Chestertown as this month’s stop in the “Wide World of Craft.” RiverArts gallery as well as many member artists are featured.
Read the full article here.
First Public Arts Installation Selected
The Chestertown Public Arts Master Plan, made possible by an NEA “Our Town” grant, secured by RiverArts and the Town of Chestertown, has achieved its first step with a jury-selected sculpture design by esteemed Baltimore artist David Hess. The sculpture, a playscape destined for Wilmer Park, will be created out of premium grade, smooth edged stainless steel, and shaped like waves and sails to convey the spirit of a waterfront community. Read the full story in the Chestertown Spy.
This Public Arts Master Plan is the result of a year-long process involving a
series of public charrettes and meetings with stakeholders and community
members to identify types of and locations for public art projects, as well as a
process for incorporating public art into the planning and funding mechanisms
of the Town. View the plan here.
RiverARTS Camp Registration Open!
RiverARTScamp is a summer arts camp that offers campers ages 6-13 the opportunity to explore different media and techniques. The syllabus is different for each week. In addition to creating art, campers will explore the town, local galleries, and artist studios and participate in cooperative and art-based games and activities to build camaraderie and art knowledge. Parents can choose between half-day and full-day sessions. Register your favorite child today!
RiverArts Mission: To engage our community in the creation, appreciation, and support of the arts through education, events, and exhibitions.
RiverArts Vision: To inspire and foster creativity as a positive and sustainable force that enriches our community and establishes the region as a premier arts destination.
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