About the Artists
LAC’s ceramicists and printmakers have:
Held or continue to hold professorships and teaching positions;
Been published in art journals and scholarly books;
Been selected for residencies and fellowships;
Are writers/lecturers on contemporary art history and criticism.
LAC Artists are:
Represented in collections across the country.
Active members of the Arlington Small
Represented in juried exhibitions.
Active members of national and local arts organizations;
Teachers in Arlington and Fairfax Co. public schools.
LAC Artists have made notable contributions to area arts organizations.
They were founding members the Washington Women’s Art Center, the Washington Printmakers' Gallery.
Arlington’s most beloved and respected artists worked at LAC.
Alice Conrad and Blanch Kirshner taught at LAC for over 30 years, giving their students inspiration and encouragement to develop their artistic talents.
LAC supported programs for artists of all ages. It was home to the Arlington High School Arts Apprentice Program.
Funding LAC will continue the tradition of supporting local artists’ practices and engaging the community in the arts.