WAH: Light, Form, and Symbol

by Jania Vanderwerff Since the beginnings of time, humanity has been drawn to light. Spoken to our soul, the shadows, the glow, the stirring and kindling of Spirit. Connecting our own specific, unique, needs for community.   Artists have often explored the subject. From painters like Rembrandt to installation artists such as James Turrell, they […]

Viewpoints: JART6th

Process and Transformation at JART6thJART, the annual Japanese showcase, exhibits at the WAH Center (Williamsburg Art and Historical Center) from February 26th-March 6th. Featuring Japanese artists from New York, Tokyo, Berlin, and Stockholm, this unique and transformative gallery experience was curated by Hiro Shiraishi of Pepper’s Project, a Tokyo based art group. Displaying works of various media, […]


JArt6th at the WAH Center Exhibition
9th Annual Emerging Japanese Artists’ Exhibition February 26 – March 6 Opening Reception: Friday February 26, 6:00–8:00pm

WAH Center hosted a tour of our building to AIA members.

This was an important historical tour we hosted for the members of the AIA (The American Institute of Architects) New York Chapter to show them in and around our building late October. Our architect, Robert Bates, was a tour guide. VIDEOS by Bienvenido Bones Banez Jr.: Outside #1 Outside #2 Going Inside Inside          […]