Caswell arts

Since 1977, the Caswell Council for the Arts has kept the arts alive  in Caswell County.  Through the Lee Fowlkes Visual Arts Gallery, arts education classes, performances, arts opportunities for our artist as well as our youth, and our permanent arts collection, we continue that tradition to this day.  


Caswell Arts moves to Co-square in Yanceyville

The Caswell Council for the Arts is pleased to announce our move to a new location.  Our Lee Fowlkes gallery and office space is now housed in Co-square, a cooperative networking space for creative entrepreneurs.  Our gallery / arts gift shop is open.  Please stop in to see the new space and to check out some unique creations made by local artists.   Enter at 125 Main St. or at 106 Court Square, suite 6.   

Gallery / Office Hours:
Mon, Wed, Fri. from 10 am - 2 pm


Arts For Our Youth

Bringing the arts to the youth of our community is a big part of what we do. We work with the Caswell County School System to provide an annual student art show as well as two professional theater performances for the students in our area. We also strive to foster creativity through special events and community outreach activities that offer creative opportunities for kids.


Arts Education Classes

We believe in the value of fostering creativity and educating in the arts. The arts are for everyone, not only a select few. To bring the arts to our community, we offer a variety of arts education classes for all ages. Some classes we have offered in the past include painting, jewelry making design, improv theater, and flower arranging. We are always open to new ideas that will interest our community in the arts.


PCC Student Art Show

Digital and traditional creations by the students at PCC. Yes, even with the strange circumstances our students have risen to the occasion and created some wonderful art!

The students have a wide variety of media. They have created works with traditional media like pencils, as well as digital works using software such as Photoshop and Autodesk Maya. Maya is an application used to generate 3D assets for use in film, television, game development and architecture. They have provided stills as well as some video creations....and they are AMAZING!

You can see the show in-person or virtually.

To view the show virtually, please follow the link below

https://tinyurl.com/PCCstudentshow

In person, please stop in during business hours to see the artwork in person. The address is 106 Court Square, Yanceyville, NC 27379. Caswell Arts hours are M, W, F from 10 am - 2 pm. We would love to have you stop in and say hi, but the show is visible outside of our office hours. The show will be hanging from now until May 26th. 





Caswell County Student Art Show

Caswell Arts, in partnership with the Caswell County Schools, is pleased to present our 41st annual student juried art show. All students grades K-12 living in and/or attending school in Caswell County are eligible to submit work for consideration. The show will be on display at the Caswell Council for the Arts and will include original works of art in 2D and 3D. Prizes will be awarded for each age category (K-2, 3-5, Middle School, and High School). The number of prizes awarded will be determined by the number of entries received.

The show will hang from April 23rd – May 21st. Due to Covid concerns, there is no in-person reception or awards ceremony scheduled this year. The exhibit will be viewable during gallery hours Mon, Wed. and Fri 10am – 2pm, and also on Sat. May 8; 10am – 2pm and Wed. May 12th and 19th 10am until 7:30pm.

For details on how to submit artwork please follow the link:  Caswell County Student Art Show

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