New Exhibit: Amana Arts Guild Greater Amana Area Art Show
The Amana Arts Guild plans an Open House for Thursday July 9, 5-7:00pm for the start of the Greater Amana Area Art Show exhibit. This show and sale will feature recent works in all media by local area artists. Visit with the artists and view the new art work. This exhibit will be at the Arts Guild Gallery from July 9 through September 7.
The Amana Arts Guild is open daily except closed on Tuesdays. Gallery hours are 10:30am – 4:30pm. Sunday hours are 11am – 4pm. The Arts Guild is located one block north of Hwy 220 in High Amana. For more information call 319-622-3678 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upcoming Classes & Workshops
June 29 – July
3 Rock Paper, willow mixed-media wall sculpture, instructor: Pam Dennis
July 27 – 31
Children’s Colony Art Camp Details & Registration Form
September 26 – 27
Colored Pencil Weekend, instructor: Katie Plucker & Will Hildebrant
October 9 – 11
Willow Harvest Weekend, instructor: Joanna Schanz
The Amana Arts Guild offers a rich diversity of programs and activities providing a wide range of cultural experiences in all area of the arts. Established in 1978 as a non-profit organization, the Guild continues to expand its list of programs and serves as a valuable resource for the Amana community, the state of Iowa, and the entire Midwest region.
Our educational program includes seasonal classes and summer (July) workshops for children and adults. They include but are not limited to: painting, blacksmithing, basketry, tinsmithing, woodworking, rug weaving, and photography.
The Amana Arts Guild encourages efforts of all citizens in the preservation of local cultural heritage. In addition it offers the public a variety of seasonal events including; a Festival of American Basketry, a Festival of the Arts, a Fall Fiber and Clay Art Show, a Communal Meal Celebration as well as Biannual Song and Poetry Festival. Each year the Guild presents a "Friends of the Arts Award" to individuals who have made important contributions towards growth of artistic life in Amana.
The Guild maintains an arts center in High Amana as well as a wagon and blacksmith shop in West Amana.