Artists in Middleburg (AiM)
We Firmly Believe Art Matters!
The Artists in Middleburg (AiM) has supported our local art community since 2015! Through our educational outreach, we have provided and will continue to provide art and cultural opportunities that are open to all.
Equine Sculpture Classes
with Goksin Carey
July 10 -14
Small Paintings, Big Growth
with Kim T. Richards
Seascapes & Landscapes
with Fritz Treyz
Plein Air Outings
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Students at Claude Thompson Elementary School Benefit from Partnership
Funded by grants and donations, the Artists in Middleburg partners with Claude Thompson Elementary School in Marshall, Virginia to provide educational opportunities to the predominately low income school.
Click to read the article in the Winter 2023 edition of Country Zest & Style.
If you would like to donate so that our work with Claude Thompson and other local schools can continue, you may do so at anytime by donating directly to AiM.
Or, if you'd prefer to participate in Give Choose Day, organized by the Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties to benefit local nonprofits serving our community, use this link between March 14th & 28th.
What We Do
Artists in Middleburg strives to nurture, develop, and provide arts education opportunities for all, especially the youth, in our area utilizing our rich resources of local artists to teach and share their art. In so doing, AiM will support and strengthen the local arts community in Middleburg and the surrounding Piedmont area by increasing the vitality, awareness, and appreciation of the arts.
What We Believe
As indicated by the National Endowment of the Arts (NEA), "American communities are strengthened through the arts." AiM seeks to join what the NEA describes as "Communities across our nation... leveraging the arts and engaging design to make their communities more livable with enhanced quality of life, increased creative activity, a distinct sense of place, and vibrant local economies that together capitalize on their existing assets."
Local Artists Donate to Support Art Education
Artists from the DMV area have donated small canvases to AiM that are for sale during the holiday season or until all canvases sell. They are $75 each. The funds raised will help us in our efforts to supplement art education in local schools, a dire need in light of shrinking school budgets.
Thank you to our artists for your generosity and giving your time and talent to help an important cause!