Greenville Center for Creative Arts

Founded by a dedicated group of artists, teachers, and community leaders, Greenville Center for Creative Arts is the anchor for Greenville's visual arts community. GCCA serves the visual arts needs for people of all ages, ethnic diversities, and economic circumstances in the Upstate through collaboration with our local communities. We provide classes, exhibitions, and opportunities to cultivate art appreciation while experiencing Greenville's growing art community.

The mission of Greenville Center for Creative Arts is to enrich the cultural fabric of our community through visual arts promotion, education, and inspiration.


Develop your creative skills and discover new art forms in a 6-week class, 1-day or 2-day workshop, or Curate Your Experience in a 2–3 hour group class of your choosing. This is a great corporate team building experience!

GCCA welcomes visitors to view exhibitions throughout the year in the Main Gallery, Community Gallery, Art School Gallery, and Studio Artist Gallery.  Each gallery space has its own focus, with exhibitions of art by international, national, regional and local artists working in multiple mediums.


16 studio artists can be found working in private studio spaces on the second floor of GCCA. Join us the First Friday of each month from 6–9 pm to meet the GCCA Studio Artists and learn more about their work or contact the artist to view work by appointment.

Summer Art Camps at GCCA inspire creative learning for kids ages 5–8 and 9–12. Register now for weekly art camps starting the week of June 11 - August 6, 2018.


Greenville Center for Creative Arts is a 501c3 non-profit organization. Your donations and in-kind gifts go a long way to enhance the lives of people of all ages and backgrounds. Click above to donate today!


Contemporary Print Collective is hosted by Greenville Center for Creative Arts. CPC fosters an awareness for original hand-made artist prints by promoting exhibitions, educational opportunities, and encouraging the art of collecting prints.

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