Supporting the Arts

The Friends of the Art Center are a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the Waterloo Center for the Arts in furthering its mission to promote the arts in the Cedar Valley. The fundraising and volunteering efforts of this dynamic group support art acquisitions, exhibitions and conservation of works in collections, as well as educational and outreach programming.
To get involved, call 319.291.4490 or email museum@waterloo-ia.org.

Your Contribution to the Arts Makes it Happen!

Thanks to you,

The Waterloo Center for the Arts is truly a remarkable community resource. In addition to the Center’s free galleries and significant permanent art collection, including the world’s largest public collection of Haitian artwork, we offer quality arts programs for all ages. WCA is a community space where everyone is invited to experience the arts through classes, changing exhibitions, outstanding facility rentals, concerts, events, school trips, scholarships and volunteer opportunities. At some point almost every child in the Cedar Valley visits the Phelps Youth Pavilion, which proudly provides unique interactive hands-on cultural experiences for young
people and families.

Outside the walls of the Center, we provide educational outreach programs, are committed to building strong community partnerships, and offer free outdoor concerts, festivals and events at the RiverLoop Amphitheatre,
Mark’s Park and Expo Plaza.

 
Support for the Waterloo Center for the Arts is provided by

Black Hawk County Gaming Association

Cedar Valley’s Promise

City Of Waterloo

Community Foundation of Northeast Iowa

Experience Waterloo and the City of Waterloo Hotel-Motel Tax Grant

Friends of the Art Center

Iowa Arts Council, a division of the Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs

Private Donors

R.J. McElroy Trust

Waterloo City Council Discretionary Hotel-Motel Tax Fund