Hubert Davis 

Hubert Davis was an American Lithographic artist of the Depression. His earliest work dates back to 1925 and were primarily paintings of landscapes and figures. He started making lithographs by 1931 and continued to use this medium to communicate the effects of the Depression. These lithographs were published by the New York brand of the W.P.A. - Works Progress Administration. 

Founded by president Roosevelt, from 1935-1943, the W.P.A. actively assisted American artists during the Great Depression. Without its aid, masterpieces created by this generation of artists would not have been made. 


The historic WCR Center for the Arts is a non - profit community organization that promotes the arts and civic engagement.

Upcoming Events

The Bard Conservatory Ensemble 
Friday November 17, 2017, 7:30pm
Hubert Davis Art Exhibition
Friday Oct. 13 to Nov. 28
Dolce Suono Trio:
Friday January 19, 2017, 7:30pm
The Daedalus Quartet
Friday February 09, 2017, 7:30pm
The Cooperstown Quartet
Friday March 2, 2017, 7:30pm

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Recent Renovations

With any historic building that is over one hundred years old there is always work to be done. Thanks to your generosity and commitment  to preserving a hidden gem in Berks County, the WCR Center for the Arts 2016 capital campaign afforded many much needed improvements 

140 N. Fifth St. Reading PA,
(484) 604-0890
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