Webster Arts opened the Webster Arts Center, a 2000 square-foot gallery, in November 2018. Exhibits are juried by nationally recognized artists and curators, and include artists from around the US. Artists from the United Kingdom, Canada and India also have been exhibited in the gallery.

The Webster Arts Center is open on regular business days, Monday-Friday, 9 - 4:30. The Center is located in Schultz Hall on Eden Seminary campus, corner of Bompart & Lockwood. Click here for directions.

Click on each title to view the work from each exhibit. 

On the Street Where I Live, November-December

Open Theme Annual, January-February
Transitions, by Marilynne Bradley, March-April
Paint Webster, May-June
Warp & Weft, July-August
Green, September-October 2018
Inspirations - November-December 2018 

Freedom of Expression, an exhibit exploring themes of censorship, bigotry, free speech, racism, and speaking truth to power, January-February
Open Theme Annual 2019, a show free of any vision or theme with no restrictions on medium or style, the Open Theme annual exhibits the diversity intrinsic in art, a gallery unified in the pursuit of unique expression.
Works on Paper, an exhibit focusing on the lesser represented techniques within the medium of paper, July-August.