The Randolph County Arts Center has a full slate of activities planned throughout the winter months. Visitors have the opportunity to see several exhibits and concerts .
Located in Elkins, a West Virginia Certified Arts Community, the nonprofit organization strives to provide the best regional artists and musicians. The Arts Center is located at the corner of Randolph Avenue and Park Street in Elkins.
The center strives to enshance the cultural and econimic life of the region by providing facilities and arts programming aimed at entertainment and education.
Throughout the winter months, the Jack Basil Retrospective Exhibit will feature the work of the Elkins native. Basil, a self-taught artist, began painting when he was 10 years old. Basil has had several pictures featured in the West Virginia Department of Natiral Resources Wildlife Calender.
The exhibit will be on display until March 1.
The Great Hall of the RCCAC will also be the host to the West Virginia Watercolor Society All Member Exhibit. The exhibit will be on display throughout winter.
The exhibit will feature works from several artisits who will be putting forth their bestwatercolor paintings. Arts Center reacher Michael Doig will judge the paintings.
The center also has several art and music classes and workshops scheduled throughout the winter beginning in January.
For more information about classes, performances or tickets, anyone interested can visit www.randolpharts.org or call 304-637-2355.