[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][pofo_section_heading pofo_heading_type=”heading-style2″ heading_preview_image=”heading-style2″ pofo_text_transform=”text-uppercase” pofo_title_enable_responsive_font=”1″ pofo_heading=”Group Tours” pofo_title_font_size=”40px” pofo_title_color=”#f58220″][vc_column_text pofo_text_color=”#686868″]The Waterloo Center for the Arts welcomes groups of all sizes to explore and experience its traditional and interactive galleries.
Phelps Youth Pavilion
Haitian | Caribbean Art
The Center holds the largest public collection of Haitian artwork in the world, including colorful paintings, powerful metal sculpture, and glittering beaded and sequined banners.
The heritage and diversity of Midwestern art is reflected in the work of American Regionalist masters Grant Wood, Marvin Cone, and Thomas Hart Benton. Significant regional African American Artists are also represented.
Mexican Folk Art
The Center holds a significant collection of Mexican Folk Art that includes ceramics, masks, textiles, traditional costumes, and an amazing selection of whimsical Oaxacan carved animal sculptures.
Complement your tour by adding a hands-on art activity.
For groups of 12 or more | $3/person
Tours are available 9am-5pm, Tuesday through Friday
To book your tour or for more information, call 319.291.4490 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]