Artwork by Southwest Washington and Oregon artists.

Community

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:

Coming in May

April Showers Bring May Flowers Themed Show

Open to the community! You’re invited to participate in our themed show. Get your creative juices flowing and create a project guided by the information you can download here.
Download the application and entry forms

Scholarships

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 supolas@gmail.com

Made With Love Project

sets filled with candy canes

Made with love

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.

Jane prepping donation

Jane organizing and checking the sets.

 

Jamie adding candy canes

Our organizer, Jamie, is putting the final touch to the project.

Gingerbread Haus Contest

winning entries for gingerbread haus

Gingerbread Haus winners

As we have done for several years, the Broadway Gallery has hosted the Gingerbread Haus contest for children and adults. It’s an interesting event that involves some creative positioning. Participants bring in their houses and they are judged by the people for their creativity and unique characteristics. It’s very hard sometimes to just pick one. Here are some of the 2016 entries that received awards. They were on display through Christmas.

 

Enjoy More of Longview Community Arts:

Click on these links below for more information.

longview outdoor gallery
columbia theatreLongview SymphonyKelso Theatre Pub
Stageworks theatre NWLower Columbia College