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2023 53rd National Exhibition

"No Place Like Home"
July 22, 2023 - September 15, 2023

The Carriage Factory Art Gallery
128 E. 6th Street, Newton, KS
The mission of the Carriage Factory Art Gallery is to celebrate the power of art to spark the imagination, to enlighten thought, and to provide enjoyment as we strive to integrate art into the lives of citizens of all ages throughout south central Kansas. What a wonderful place to display and promote art by women! WAOW is excited to be part of their mission.
More information coming soon

2023 WAOW Gathering

Woolaroc and Wolf Creek Ranch
May 12, 2023 - May 15, 2023
Bartlesville, Oklahoma

Announcing a second chance GATHERING in lovely Bartlesville, Oklahoma.   This is a great opportunity to check out Woolaroc and our other great supporter, Wolf Creek Ranch.   Plein air painting at both venues will include a “wet wall” and an opportunity to sell!  We also have plans for a still life set up and possibly a model at the ranch.   Other great painting locations might include the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve, Frank Lloyd Wright’s iconic Price Tower, the Phillips Mansion and historic downtown Pawhuska.  We need a good showing in support of Woolaroc, so plan to join in.   Burneta has procured some very affordable cabins at Osage Hills State Park (first come, first served) or you can book your stay at the more cushy venue of Fairfield Inn right in town (group rates).   Visit the member’s page to sign up.  

2024 Woolaroc Invitational

May 4 - August 4, 2024
Woolaroc Western Art and Culture Museum

WAOW, in collaboration with the Woolaroc Western Art and Culture Museum in Oklahoma, will promote our cream of the crop of women artists in May of 2024.

Congratulations to our First Call invitees.

Second Call: Opens 2/1/22, Closes 4/1/23, Notification 4/20/23

Click HERE for more information

2024 54th National Exhibition

March 1, 2024 - June 23, 2024

The Phippen Museum of Western Art, 4701 Hwy 89 N, Prescott, AZ

The Phippen will host WAOW's 54th National Exhibition in historic Prescott, Arizona from March 1, 2024 through June 23, 2024.

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