We are committed to working within the community to enhance the lives of all residents. Our artists are involved in many ways. See below what wonderful things we do outside within Longview/Kelso:
Gallery Members Teach at Youth and Family Link
Janis Newton and Susan Supola taught classes to children and teens from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. on Wednesdays at Youth and Family Link in June and July. Janis taught drawing on June 28th and July 5th. Susan taught painting on July 12th and July 19th. On Wednesday, July 25th, parents and the community were invited to an opening at 6:00 p.m. to celebrate all the student art created during the month. Youth and Family Link is located at 907 Douglas Street in Longview.
Coming October 21st – Fashion Show
The Broadway Gallery is sponsoring a special Fashion Show featuring work from various artists in the community.
Gingerbread Haus Contest will NOT be hosted this year by the Broadway Gallery. We plan to host it in 2018. Thank you for your support.
The Broadway Gallery provides opportunities for those students in need to attend classes provided by our artist-teachers. Students fill out an application and delivery it to us. We then process it and allow the student to select what class they would like to attend. Students are allowed to attend one class per quarter.
Download and print this application
Contact Sue Supola at email@example.com
Made With Love Project
Jamie Bayer’s mother started this project years ago and Jamie, a Broadway Gallery artist, is carrying on the tradition. This is our third year providing these items for the many in need in our community. Gallery members worked with Jamie for several months this year making scarf, hat, and glove sets. We contributed 78 sets to the Community House and Emergency Support Shelter in Longview.
Pictured below are this year’s donation which have already been delivered. Thanks to Jamie Bayer and Jane Gerdon for organizing this project. What a great way to help those in need! If you’d like to help with next year’s donation, please contact the gallery and Jamie Bayer. We’d love to get more people involved.