Events and Exhibitions
From art exhibits to special workshops and classes, the Round Hill Arts Center offers a variety special events throughout the year. We're always adding new and exciting events, so check out our events pages to stay on top of all that's going on!
Round Hill's Got Talent! Open Mic at Round Hill Hometown Festival
Saturday, May 27, 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm on the Main Stage at Round Hill Hometown Festival. Ages 12 & up. FREE*
Share your talent! Whether it's poetry reading, dramatic reading, singing a song, or performing a musical or dance piece, Center Stage is open for you! Please register to let us know you're in.
Click the Open Form button to complete your registration for this annual event!
Harmony Student Exhibit
The Round Hill Arts Center is pleased to announce a new exhibit for May of works by Harmony Middle School Arts students. Stop by and check out all of the wonderful art by these middle school artists. An artist reception will be held Sunday, May 20, from 6 - 7:30pm.
Emerging Artists 2018
Woodgrove Student Exhibit
The Round Hill Arts Center is pleased to announce a new exhibit for April. Works by Woodgrove High School Arts students will be on display throughout the month, so make certain to stop by to see the wonderful work from these amazing young artists. An artist reception will be held Friday, April 27 from 6 - 7:30pm.
Western Loudoun Artists Studio Tour
The Round Hill Arts Center will once again play host to artists on this annual showcase of the arts. so, make a plan to stop by the center June 2nd and 3rd to check out the artwork of Carrie Althouse, Meredith Hilt, Mary Kenesson, Jeff Miller, and Anne Stine. Also, many of our current and former instructors will be on the tour, so make sure to check out as much art as you can!
For more information, check out the WLAST website.
Excellence in the Arts
The Loudoun Arts Council invited Loudoun high school students (including homeschool students) in grades 10 through 12 to participate in the Gale Waldron Excellence in the Arts awards program for 2018. The submitted work in the visual arts category will hang at the Round Hill Arts Center during the month of March.
The Appalachian Trail:
Art of Adventure
The Round Hill Appalachian Trail Committee and the Round Hill Arts Center invited area artists to participate in an art show entitled “The Appalachian Trail: Art of the Adventure.” The purpose of the show is to broaden public awareness and appreciation of the Appalachian Trail.
Artists submitted a wide range of artistic expression, including paintings, drawing, photography, fiber arts, stained glass, and sculpture. There is a separate category that welcomes submissions from young artists in grades K-12.
An Artists Reception will be held Sunday, February 11, 2018 from 1-4 pm. All are welcome!