Visual Arts


OctoPURRfest is a brunch to benefit Feral Paws. Enjoy German snacks from Bluegrass Kitchen, West Virginia beers, mimosas, plus a silent auction with original art and more! Proceeds will be used to spay and neuter free roaming cats in Kanawha County.

Tickets: Available online at Feral Paws and in person at Starlings Coffee & Provisions. 

200 Years: Community...Fellowship...Music

Kanawha United Presbyterian Church (established in 1819) has been an integral part of Charleston's music and arts community for almost two centuries. Come see its unique collection of stained glass windows, representing some of the "golden era" of Tiffany's work, and enjoy historical accounts of the church by  Richard Hartman (adjunct history professor WVSU) as well as a lively performance by Ron Neal on the custom designed Rieger-Kloss pipe organ.

3rd Annual Harvest Gift Boutique of Fine Art & Fine Craft

Visit this elegant space to see one of the state’s best collections of unique, high quality, hand-crafted products from over 30 juried artisans, most of whom also participated in the Capitol Street Art Fair.  Shop for gifts and visit with the artisans:  Fine Art and Photography – Andy Altman, Jeanne K.