Creative Arts Workshop has three gallery spaces: the Susan B. Hilles Gallery, the Creative Works Gallery, and the Tiny Gallery. All exhibitions are open to the public and free of charge.
The Susan B. Hilles Gallery
The Hilles Gallery is a contemporary art gallery with two floors of exhibition space and a bold two-story window façade. The gallery maintains an active exhibition schedule of both regional and national exhibitions. The first floor gallery is 1444 square feet, with an atrium and sidewalk to roofline windows. The second floor is 836 square feet, in an L shape facing the top of the atrium and curtain wall windows..
Creative Works Gallery
The Creative Works Gallery is a smaller exhibition space that rotates shows of works by CAW faculty, students and local artists. As with the larger gallery, most artworks are for sale and proceeds benefit the artist and help cover the operational costs of the Workshop. This small gallery is 176.5 square feet, finished in blonde oak and walled with cabinet display cases.
The Tiny Gallery
The Tiny Gallery is located within the lighted display obelisk outside Creative Arts Workshop. The gallery explores the concept of public art, on a very small scale.
- Jewelry Metalworking 317
- Metal Sculpture 968 sq. ft.
- Pottery 1360, kiln room, 322 sf, glazing supplies 455 sq ft.
- Book Arts 592 sq. ft.
- Drawing + Painting 2160 sq. ft.
- Fiber Arts/Floor Loom Weaving 424 sq. ft.
- Photography 722 sq. ft., darkroom 447 sq. ft.
- Printmaking 1423 sq. ft.
- Young People 1470 sq. ft.
Creative Arts Workshop strives to provide a space that is welcoming and accessible to all. Creative Arts Workshop’s facility is accessible by ramp. We have an elevator that serves each of our three floors. If you have a disability and wish to take a course, please let us know of any accommodations you might have.