In the heart of the breathtakingly beautiful Shenandoah Valley, 7 East Gallery’s exhibits original fine art in a variety of media featuring local artists and artisans. Visit and discover exquisite paintings, drawings, photography, and handcrafted pottery, jewelry, wooden furniture, scarves, tote bags, notecards, CDs and books.
123 S. Main St., Woodstock, Va 22664 | 540-459-7500
Owned by Elizabeth J. Strippy, this charming cottage studio and art gallery is open Thursday-Saturday 10am-4pm, Sunday 12-4pm. Wander through paintings, prints, antiques, and collectibles of all kinds as you take in the heart warming environment that Ms. Strippy has invited visitors to experience. Don’t miss out on her specialty, of course, the apple paintings that look so real that you would think they were photographs.
201 South Main St., Edinburg, VA 22824 | 540-335-3652
Browse and shop the galleries of The Art Group. Various rooms, and all 3 levels of the house have art by different local artists ranging from paintings, photography, jewelry, furniture, pottery, metal work and much more. There is something here for everyone’s taste! There is always something new to see every time you visit. First Friday celebrations the first Friday of each month beginning at 7 pm.
5998 Main St., Mount Jackson, VA 22842 | 540-477-3117
Meet Chris and George Jetter, owners of this lovely artist gallery and pottery shop. The shop offers a wide variety of locally crafted items such as pottery, quilts, blown glass, glass beads, soy candles, digital and film photography, and much more! All pottery sold from Chickadees is created ON SITE within George’s studio. You can even get a behind the scenes look at the craft of pottery by attending a live demonstration by George himself! Closed Saturdays.
9299 N. Congress St., New Market, VA 22844 | 540-740-4330
A community chorus consisting of singers ages 16 and up. Providing three concerts, three times a year. Performs traditional, classical, contemporary, and popular choral music at various Shenandoah County venues.
Community Theatre in historic New Market, Virginia.
9357 N. Congress St., New Market, VA | 540-740-9119
An extensive network of artists, craftsmen, agri-artisans such as farms, nurseries and vineyards, unique lodging facilities, retail shops, historical attractions and other points of interest. See where the creativity happens, talk to the artists and share this unique perspective on the daily fabric of the artist’s life.
An evening summer concert series, the Shenandoah Valley Music Festival is one of the mid-Atlantic region’s longest running outdoor music events. Presenting world-class music by a stellar array of performers at the grounds of the historic Orkney Springs Shrine Mont Camp and Conference Center. Tucked into the beautiful countryside, this National Historic Landmark property offers a unique and an intimate music venue. The historic hotel is also open for self-guided tours on concert days and offers overnight and weekend packages.
The aim of Staufferstadt arts is to foster the local arts culture and to encourage creativity. They host world-reknowned artists in residency setting, curating pop up events and running a public arts program including several murals throughout Strasburg’s historic district. Take a tour of the existing murals along King Street in Strasburg.
Various locations along King Street, Strasburg, VA 22657 | 540-481-6708
A Paint your own Pottery, Canvas, & Clay art studio offering creative fun for all ages. We also offer group or individual beginning-intermediate drawing & painting lessons. Enjoy designing and painting beautiful works of art, we show you how step by step! A great place for your next art party or event. Family owned & operated.
130 West Court St., Woodstock, VA 22664 | 540-692-4208
Theater Shenandoah is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 Community Theatre serving the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. Their mission is to provide quality theatrical experiences for participants and patrons in the community.
107 Center Street, Edinburg, VA 22824 | 540-984-3972
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