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NAAC Photo Galleries

This on-line gallery represents previous shows.  More will be added as they are compiled...

Women's Works, Little Women's Works, Members' Show, Art on the Brink

Women's Works 

An annual, juried visual art exhibit for female artists which has gained national interest and is held in March at the historic Old Court House Arts Center in Woodstock. The program is funded by contributions and by entry fees charged to artists. Cash awards are given in various categories. Women's Works Scholarship: Funded by contributions from local individuals and organizations, this scholarship is awarded to an Illinois, female visual artist who expresses creativity and specific artistic endeavors through essay in conjunction with Women's Works fine art exhibition.

Women's Works 1999

Women's Works 2001

Women's Works 2002

Women's Works 2003

Women's Works 2004

Women's Works 2006

Women's Works 2007

Women's Works 2008

Women's Works 2009

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Little Women’s Works

Also held in conjunction with Women’s Works, this non-juried, non-judged exhibit is open to young women area artists, Kindergarten through High School. Their work is also exhibited at the Old Court House Arts Center and is highlighted by a special Artist’s Reception just for them and their families.

Little Women's Works 1999

Little Women's Works 2001

Little Women's Works 2002

Little Women's Works 2003

Little Women's Works 2004

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Members' Show

The Old Court House Arts Center is the location for this two-month-long, non-juried visual art exhibit by artist members of NAAC. Entries are judged and awards are given at a reception which also includes NAAC's annual membership meeting.

NAAC Members' Show 2000

NAAC Members' Show 2001

NAAC Members' Show 2002

NAAC Members' Show 2003 (20th Anniversary)

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Art on the Brink: (formerly Acres of Art)

Held in July as an outdoor fine arts exhibit and featured more than 50 area painters, sculptors and performing artists. The program also offered painting instructions and extensive opportunities for children and children's drama written and produced by a local playwright. Art on the Brink was funded by grants and contributions from local individuals and organizations, and booth fees from exhibiting artists. Awards were given to the artists. We anticipate reinstating this event at the Lakeside Center in July, 2005 in partnership with Lakeside Legacy Foundation.

Art On The Brink 2001

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