to Sep 29

Homeschool Art Show


Call for Homeschool Artists!

The Round Hill Arts Center is pleased to announce a call for submissions for a new exhibition of homeschool art. The exhibit is open to any two- or three-dimensional artwork by K-12 homeschool students that currently reside in Loudoun, Clarke, Fauquier, Warren, or Frederick Counties in Virginia, and Jefferson County, West Virginia.

Registration for the exhibit will take place through our website until Thursday, August 22, 2019, and each artist may submit up to three original pieces of art. Drop off will be Sunday, August 25 and Monday, August 26, from 10:00am to 4:00pm.

  • All work must be original pieces — no tracings or coloring sheets.

  • All work must have been created within the last 12 months.

  • All 2-D work must be exhibition ready, and should be framed with hanging wire attached to the back of the frame. Exception: Works on canvas may be unframed if it is a gallery wrapped canvas with no visible staples and the edges are neat and presentable.

  • All 3-D work must be attached to a base or be extremely stable.

  • All work should be labeled on the back or bottom with the artist’s first and last name, age, and grade, and with a title for the work.

  • Please contact us if you have any questions.

An artists’ reception will be held Sunday, September 15, 2019, from 12:30-3:00pm.

Pick up will be Sunday, September 29 and Monday, September 30, from 10:00am to 4:00pm.

Please register by opening and completing the form below.

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3:45 PM15:45

Round Hill's Got Talent! Open Mic at Round Hill Hometown Festival

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Saturday, May 25, 3:45 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.

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to Mar 31

Appalachian Trail Art Show

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Calling All Artists

Submit artwork for our annual Appalachian Trail Art Show!

Join our Appalachian Trail Art Show celebrating the Trail and the surrounding Great Outdoors. The A.T. is a designated National Scenic Trail that stretches 2,200 miles from Maine to Georgia. It’s right in our backyard, less than 5 miles away, with local hotspots like Bear’s Den and Raven Rocks. Help us to connect our community with the A.T. by sharing your art!


  • Students (K through 12)

  • Adult


  • Drawing

  • Painting

  • Sculpture

  • Pottery

  • Textile



Artwork subjects should celebrate the Appalachian Trail and local Great Outdoors. Examples include:

  • Compass

  • Maps & Navigation

  • Vast Natural Beauty

  • Priceless Cultural Heritage

  • Connect Human Spirit with Nature

  • Protect the Night Skies

  • Leave No Trace

  • Endurance Challenge


  • 2/15, 2/16, 2/17/2019SUBMISSIONS DUE at Round Hill  Arts Center

  • 3/1 – 3/31/2019: Art show open daily from 12-4 pm at Round Hill Art Center

  • 3/10/2019: Reception 2-5 pm

Once you have registered, please pay the $5.00 per piece registration fee below. The fee only applies to adults, all students may enter for free.

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to Jan 31

Harmony Middle School Student Exhibit


The Round Hill Arts Center is pleased to announce a new exhibit for January 2019. Works by Harmony Middle 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 Sunday, January 6, from 12:30 - 2:00pm.

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to Dec 31

Making Art That Makes A Difference Donation Drive

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 The Round Hill Arts Center is proud to announce a special holiday charity event hosted at the center from November 15th through December 31st as a way to give back to the community that has supported us all of these years.

We are looking to make an impact in three main ways: Donations of food, items, and money; Art sales; and Art workshops. We ask that you help out in anyway that you can.

Food and Donation Drive
We are setting up donation boxes to collect items and money for two local charities — Loudoun Hunger Relief and the Loudoun Pet Pantry. So please drop off any new, unopened, unexpired items in one of our collection boxes at the center. See our lists below.

Also, 100% of all money donations collected during this time will be split among our two chosen charities. Donate at the center in person, or donate from the comfort of your own home, in your pajamas if you want, by clicking the button below.


Loudoun Hunger Relief
•Dry beans
•Whole grain pasta, rice
•Canned meats (tuna or chicken)
•Mac and Cheese
•Peanut butter
•Hearty soups
•Cooking oil
•Gifts cards to area grocery stores
•Monetary donations

Loudoun Pet Pantry
•Bags of dry dog and cat food - 3 to 10 pounds
•Canned dog and cat food
•Small, moist dog and cat treats
•Extra large, extra strong chew toys for dogs
•Squeaky toys for dogs
•Soft cat toys and catnip
•Collars (safety collars for cats and martingale collars for dogs, please!)
•Kitten formula and bottles
•Monetary donations

Art Sale
We will have art for sale at the center to raise funds to our chosen charities. One hundred percent of the proceeds from the sale will be donated. Find unique, one-of-a-kind gifts and items on our special charity table, drop a minimum $5 donation per piece into the donation box, and enjoy!

All art has been donated by our instructors, students, and community members.

Art Workshops
We are offering special workshops for children and adults to make unique handmade items. There is no fee for the workshop, but we do ask that you make a small donation of items or money. See our website for our schedule of classes and workshops, and come out to work with clay, make jewelry, and more.

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to Jun 3

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.

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to May 31

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.

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to May 5

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.

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to Mar 1

The Appalachian Trail: Art of Adventure

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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!

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