The Louisa Art Center

The mission of the Louisa Arts Center is to stimulate awareness and appreciation of the arts through
education and advocacy, quality exhibitions, theater productions, lectures, studio classes and
workshops for both children and adults. The aim is to broaden involvement and access to the arts, to
improve the livelihoods of artists and their opportunity to contribute to community life, and to
strengthen diversity, interpretive ability and interactive creativity of all involved.

The Lincoln Theatre

The Lincoln Theatre in Marion, Virginia, is one of three existing Art Deco Mayan Revival theaters in America. The Lincoln Theatre is on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Virginia Historic Landmark. Beautifully restored in 2004 by a $1.8 million renovation and installation of state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems, the 500-seat theater is a presenting organization and a programming facility. The Lincoln Theatre features performing arts events year-round and is available to touring companies, groups, and individual artists.

The Legacy Project, Inc.

The Legacy Project, Inc. will achieve this mission by presenting oral history, artifacts and memorabilia through exhibitions, programs, workshops, and lectures that represent the achievements of African Americans.

The Charles H. Taylor Arts Center

Now widely known and loved for the quality, innovation and diversity of its programs and exhibitions, The Hampton Arts Foundation is unique among non profit organizations. In partnership with the City of Hampton, the Foundation has saved and preserved two of Hampton’s most historic buildings – The American Theatre and The Charles H. Taylor Arts Center.

The Barns of Rose Hill

Restored for a life of service, the barns offers a center for community, arts and education to the people of Berryville, Clarke County and the broader Shenandoah Valley. Barns of Rose Hill, Inc. was formed in September 2004 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization to raise funds for the restoration of the barns and to establish a program endowment.

The Arts Center in Orange

The mission of The Arts Center In Orange is to increase the quality of life in our community by promoting an appreciation for fine contemporary arts in diverse styles and ideologies. This is done by providing: a forum to promote artistic excellence; scholarship and education; a venue for artists and artisans to work, teach, exhibit and sell work; and a place for the community to learn skills, and to participate in and enjoy the arts.

The Arts Center @ 319

The Center offers for sale the original works of member artists, hosts six themed exhibits each year, provides working studios for eight resident artists and delivers workshops in a dedicated arts classroom. The Arts Center shares a repurposed hardware store with the Smithfield & Isle of Wight Visitor Center and welcomes over 15,000 visitors a year.

Suffolk Museum

As a community partner of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, this museum offers changing art exhibits as well as concert series, artists’ demonstrations, and array of art classes. The museum is also home to the Suffolk Art League. Partially supported by the Suffolk Fine Arts Commission and the Virginia Commission for the Arts.

Suffolk Center for Cultural Arts LP

The mission of the Suffolk Center for Cultural Arts is to encourage and advocate the visual and performing arts by providing a forum where diverse audiences can actively participate in cultural experiences.

The Suffolk Center for Cultural Arts is committed to supporting the economic vitality of Suffolk by enhancing the life experiences of our citizens and visitors.

Suffolk Art League

The Suffolk Art League, located at the Suffolk Art Gallery, is a community fine arts organization dedicated to making the arts accessible to the people of Suffolk and the surrounding area. S.A.L. assists the Virginia Museum in fulfilling its legislative mandate to “bring education in the arts to all Virginians.”