LCVA offers a variety of events throughout the year, from films and art workshops to vibrant exhibition openings and grand scale galas. We aim to bring our community together through events that are welcoming to aficionados and newcomers, students and professionals, and artists and non-artists alike.
Our recurring programs include the annual LCVA Gala, Art After Dark, recurring film series at High Street Theatre, free family workshops and educator professional development events. Our exhibition openings also offer special opportunities to learn about the art on display in our galleries and mingle with neighbors and friends, both new and old.
Art After Dark
High St. Theatre
Exhibition: The Adventures of Timothy Basil Ering
Discover Frog Belly Rat Bone and Other Adventures – Acclaimed Children’s Lit Illustrator/Author Timothy Basil Ering at Longwood Center for the Visual Arts The New York Times bestselling author-illustrator Timothy Basil Ering will appear at a reception in his honor at the Longwood Center for…
Exhibition: Keith Kissee Memorial
To collect is to remember. People collect shells, coins, baseball cards, and often art. Each object can instill unique and deep emotional memories for the collector. For Keith Kissee collecting art was a fundamental passion that lasted over 30 years. In many ways this collection…
Exhibition: Flapper Fashion of the 1920s
With the end of World War I in 1918 came great social, economic, and cultural changes that reverberated throughout America in the 1920s. The rejection of social formalities and the rise of women’s independence and individuality directly affected women’s fashion. Gone were the heavily corseted…