The Wichita Falls Art Association is a non-profit organization which is dedicated to promoting visual arts in the Texoma area. This group began in 1949, from a small group of artists at the Woman’s Forum.
The association provides a medium in which the public can view various forms of local art, contributes scholarships to beginning art students, occasionally provides contributions for art supplies to local schools, and membership is open to anyone who desires to participate.
Members are entitled to show art work at any event in which WFAA chooses to participate. These events include, but are not limited to, the Home and Garden Show at the end of February, the Kemp Show, which is usually held in the spring/summer, the Art Affair on the Kemp Square, and the Wichita Falls Art Association Membership Show, which are usually held in the fall of each year. Special workshops by visiting artists may be offered periodically and sponsored by the association; members are offered a discount on enrollment fees. There are also occasional day trips planned for visits to art galleries, museums, or other areas of interest.