We are very pleased that the Smithsonian Magazine selected Luray as one of the top 20 small towns across the US to visit in 2018. The Warehouse Art Gallery got a mention. Plan your visit to take advantage of our many arts workshops, demonstrations, and performances throughout the week.
The PVAC was awarded a grant from the County to build tourism and outreach–our goal is to establish Page County as a national arts destination.
Check out our new rack card, which will be distributed across the valley and beyond to showcase the arts in this region.
We are planning the first art exhibit under the auspices of the Page Valley Arts Council, to be held at the Warehouse Art Gallery this fall.
Stay tuned for details and visit Page Valley for the array of weekly and monthly arts activities, workshops, and demonstrations by regional artists. Celebrate creativity and community!
Thank you to TV, radio, and newspaper outlets that got the word out
Jim Mayes and Susan Rocke talk about the festival in an interview with The River 93.5.
Thank you, WHSV TV for your great coverage of this event.
Many thanks to the Page News and Courier and Rebecca Armstrong for great coverage.
More great coverage in today’s “Page News & Courier”
The Page Valley Arts Council is a 501(c)3 all-volunteer organization created to showcase the many artists and artisans in our region.
It was developed by artists for artists and those who enjoy the arts.
Our first event under our new structure is the Festival of the Arts in Downtown Luray, March 23-25, 2018.
We look forward to developing an ongoing series of events and activities.
Jim Mayes, President
Cathy Herbert, Vice President
Cathie Miranda, Treasurer
Susan Rocke, Secretary