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Welcome to Womankraft!

“Womankraft is where dreams you didn’t even know you had, come true”

-Lois Stuart

WomanKraft Art Center was founded in 1974 to claim, validate, and empower women artists and other under-represented groups. 

The Castle, our lovely Queen Anne Victorian, was built in 1918, purchased by WomanKraft in 1992, and now houses the Art Gallery, WomanKraft School of the Arts, The Sanctuary (an all natural beauty salon), and Artists’ Studios. We hold an annual Rummage Fair in January, and participate in a variety of Community Outreach projects. 

The Castle is located at: 

388 S. Stone Avenue Tucson AZ, 85701

Our phone number is: 520.256.7455

The Gallery is open Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 1-5pm. We welcome you to visit. We host a reception for the artists and all art-lovers on the first Saturday of each new show.

The Gallery is closed during January and August. For more information, please call 520.256.7455 during business hours, and/or leave a brief message.

Read a recent article written about WomanKraft Gallery:

(Click the link below)

https://thisistucson.com/tucsonlife/womankraft-tucson-art-nonprofit/article_4fd27210-fdb8-11ee-a9bb-239f4d0af974.html

Womankraft Presents

Drawing Down the Muse

 

April 6th – May 25, 2024

 

Reception: Saturday, April 6th, 2024

 

Everyone is welcome to our 34th annual women artists only exhibit at Womankraft. Beautiful affordable art, lovely people, tasty munchies and drinks. Included in this exhibit is a memorial retrospective of the works of Linda Wallace (1951-2023), proceeds going to the Humane Society of Southern Arizona and WomanKraft.

 

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Gallery hours: 1:00 – 5:00pm, 

Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.

Masks optional.

 
 

The Castle Voice

The Womankraft Gallery Newsletter

Castle Voice- Volume 73

(Click the link above to view or download

Read the recent article about Womankraft  on kgun9.com

 

https://www.kgun9.com/news/local-news/womankraft-looks-for-more-underrepresented-local-artists

 

 

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