The WSP Camera Club meets once a month, and offers guest speakers, field trips, studio shoots and photo contests. Guest speakers have ranged from sports, macro, nature & travel photographers to photojournalists who have photographed the Space Shuttle Challenger.
Washington ArtWorks has over 55 studios and offices with over 65 working professionals in a vast variety of medias from ceramics to glass, pastels, photography, graphic design, watercolor, fiber, mixed media, jewelry, sculpting and more.
Washington ArtWorks is a beautiful, unusual venue for business receptions, seminars, workshops, off-site planning sessions, holiday parties, bridal or baby showers, rehearsal dinners, graduation parties, special birthdays and anniversaries.
Check out our blog for behind-the-scenes stories, tips from the pros, and events happening at Washington ArtWorks and Washington School of Photography.
The ArtWorks Aid program is designed to broaden the community and charitable involvement of Washington ArtWorks, the National Capital Region’s fastest-growing center for students and professionals in the visual arts. The program is an opportunity for Washington ArtWorks’ students, working artists and patrons to “give back” to the community and support charitable causes in the Washington area and beyond.