Arts Community Service Program
The Arts Community Service Program focuses on bringing cultural experiences to both Club members and the Raleigh community.
Be a Part of the Arts.
The Woman’s Club of Raleigh will partner with the Junior Woman’s Club of Raleigh to sponsor the 2020 Arts Festival at the Woman’s Club of Raleigh.
There are categories for Club members in visual arts, crafts, sewing, photography, literature, drama and public speaking. In addition to these categories, there are contests in music, voice and piano for students. The painting contest is open to students in grades 6 – 8.
All categories are open to students in grades 9 – 12. Cash prizes are awarded to student winners. The local Arts Festival is a part of the GFWC – NC Arts Festival with winners at the Club level advancing to District VI Festival and District winners advancing to the State competition. The Arts Festival competition is open to Home Schooled students. Contests require registration. Please contact Artsfestival@womansclubofraleigh.org for more information on categories, rules and registration deadlines.
Scroll down for the Arts CSP History and information on the Literature Contest for students Arts Festival for Club Women and Students.
- Woman’s Club Singers
- Community Festivals
- North Carolina Correctional Institution for Women
- North Carolina Naturalization Ceremony
Our Special Projects and Activities
- Sit ‘n Sew WorkshopArt and the Cathedral in the Age of Dante
- Know Your Antiques: An Overview of Glass, China and Silver Workshop
- Landscapes from the Age of Impressionism – NC Museum of Art Exhibition Tour / Presentation
- Stamping Craft Workshop
- Temple Theatre Trip
Your Volunteer Opportunities
- Carolina Ballet
- Community Music School
- Community Theater
- International Festival
- NC Museum of Art
- NC Symphony
- Raleigh Boychoir
- Capital Opera Company
The Arts CSP History
- In 1979, we established a student merit award in Music.
- In 1993 our club received the Raleigh City Medal of Arts Award for extraordinary achievement in the arts.
- In 2001 we sponsored a wolf in the Raleigh Red Wolf Ramble, contributing all proceeds to the NC Aquariums.
- The Woman’s Club of Raleigh is an Organization Member of the North Carolina Museum of Art.