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August 18–September sometime
Free, Public, Opening Party 8/18, 7:30–10:30 p.m.

The Glass City and Motown come together in Van Wert here at the Wass, in this unique exhibit of scraps from opposite ends of the spectrum. Scrap Detroit's twelve teams of welders will hoist their large, kinetic sculptures made from bicycle parts into the Wassenberg Art Center and Dani Herrera (Paper DenimArt on FB) of Toledo will exhibit her collages made from tiny bits of fabric, paper and even zippers. We'll host a opening party to celebrate this duality of creativity following Main Street Van Wert's Hidden Spaces tour. Free noms, live music by Lee Warren and Mike Hallock, cash bar.

The welded sculptures will then be auctioned off in October in Detroit and the proceeds will go to support the new Detroit Fitness Foundation and SPARC Detroit (Society to Promote Art & Recreation in the Community) More information will be available if you would like to bid. Dani Herrera's work will be for sale here at the Wassenberg at resonable prices.

Summer Camp III

August 8–August 11
Ages 6–11: 10 am – noon
Ages 12 and up: 1 – 3 pm

Learn the beautiful legends and stories of the Lakota tribe with corresponding art projects like dream catchers, masks and meadowlark tees and necklaces. Instructor Columbus based artist, Jessica Kraemer will guide students through the spiritual meaning to some of the Lakota (Sioux) traditions and meanings behind some of their art through hands on projects.

Space is limited, cost for WAC members; $35, regular cost; $40. Scholarships are available, please call 419.238.6837. 
Ages 6-11 meet 10 am to noon, ages 11 and up from 1-3 pm. Call 419.238.6837 or email to sign up.

40th Annual Photography Exhibit
September 23,  5 p.m.

Coming soon!


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Our Mission

The Wassenberg Art Center endeavors to be a catalyst for creative expressions and the study of visual art and architecture. Through an open, diverse approach, our programs are offered as an outreach to inspire interaction in the arts for all area cultures and communities.