The Workhouse Arts Center offers three rental space(s)- The McGuire Woods Gallery, the Rizer Pavilion (seasonal), and The Vulcan Muse Gallery. .
The McGuire Woods Gallery is a 2,700 square foot space that makes an elegant backdrop for receptions, seated dinners or corporate events. The gallery features large windows, beautiful hardwood floors, an audio system and USB compatible projector. For a seated dinner, the gallery can accommodate 130 guests, and for a cocktail style event it can accommodate 200 guests.
The Vulcan Muse Gallery is located behind the Vulcan gallery. This space provides an intimate environment that is a great fit for business meetings, presentations and small lectures. The space can accommodate 50 quests. Included in the Vulcan Muse are a projector, screen and speakers.
The Rizer Pavilion is located on the 61,000-square foot quad which is at the center of the Workhouse campus. The seasonal pavilion tent is 5,000 square feet and can accommodate 300 guests. The tent has side panels that can be removed for an open-air event or closed in multiple configurations depending on the need. Within the tent there is lighting, a sound system and a stage.
Venue rental fees are based hourly on the gallery you choose to rent.
Here is the link to the rental page with some more information http://www.workhousearts.org/rentals/.
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Antonio and Molly · Married on 07/07/2016
The Workhouse Arts Center is a gem of a wedding and reception venue. They did a great job of making sure our wedding was stress-free. And, their event coordinator, Karen, did a great job of taking care of all of our wedding specifications. The venue itself has a ton of visual arts exhibits and artists, so our guest were able to walk around and explore before the ceremony and while waiting for our photo shoot to finish. Our wedding/reception was held in their main art gallery which provided a great backdrop for our day. And, the campus' architecture made for some great wedding photos.Sent on 07/17/2016
Tsai · Married on 11/11/2018
Historic space, artistic and friendly vibe, and affordable!
The Workhouse Arts Center is a unique historical, artistic space and a perfect fit for us. Aysha on the events team was wonderful to work with beginning to end. She was very responsive, enthusiastic, and helpful throughout the planning process. The space itself is flexible and has a lot of perks including tables and chairs included in price. We used two of the spaces in one night for the ceremony, cocktail hour and reception and it turned out beautifully! Thank you to Workhouse and the team for helping us create wonderful memories from our wedding!Sent on 01/04/2019
Colton · Married on 07/27/2013
Despite a few hiccups, I constantly recommend this venue to friends who are starting to plan their own weddings. The space is a lovely two-floor showing space for rotating galleries by local visual artists. This building sits at the head of a campus with a large grassy quad and a dozen smaller buildings that house artists' studios, which were open for our guests to peruse while they awaited the bride and groom. If you want a typical hotel wedding, look elsewhere: the Workhouse Arts Center has far too much character. If you want old bricks with ivy in your photos and paintings and sculpture on display all around your guests, then this is where to look. Issues in communication for us arose from multiple instances of staff turnover as the facility continued to find its footing as an event space, having been in operation as such for only a year or two after the campus's conversion from a previous purpose. With a growing and stable full-time staff and more detailed statements of policies, the Workhouse Arts Center will be attracting far more attention over the next decade.Sent on 11/09/2013