The Silverton Arts Association and the Silverton Art Center are located across the street from the Coolidge McClain Park, alongside the beautiful Silver Creek. Silverton is renowned for its artistic culture. This culture is exemplified in its many murals and quaint historic atmosphere. The Silverton Arts Association provides an outlet to
The Silverton Arts Association provides art classes for kids. Their Borland Gallery offers a new art gallery each month. Each gallery opens on “First Friday”, the day of the month that Silverton is typically the busiest, with receptions 7:00-9:00 pm. And each summer, the Silverton Arts Association celebrates the Fine Arts Festival, which features artist and food booths as well as entertainment. Visit their website for more information as well as a calendar of events.
While visiting the Silverton Arts Association, be sure to visit Coolidge McClain Park and take the short hike to Salamander Island. You can park next to the park and walk across the bridge to visit the grassy knoll on the other side, the Silverton Museum, and public library, with easy access to Water Street and other attractions.