Greenville Center for Creative Arts welcomes visitors to view exhibitions throughout the year in the GCCA 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, young artists, community partners, GCCA studio artists, and GCCA student artists.
All GCCA exhibitions are free and open to the public year round. Exhibition openings take place on the First Friday of the month from 6:00 - 9:00pm. Visit the gallery spaces below to learn more about the GCCA exhibition schedule and how you can participate as an exhibiting artist.
The GCCA Main Gallery provides approximately 4,000 square feet of exhibition space and features the work of local, regional, national, and international artists from all disciplines in 6 shows per year.
Exhibition proposals for the GCCA Main Gallery are reviewed and scored by the Exhibition Committee annually. The next deadline for exhibition proposals for the 2019/2020 calendar is January 12, 2018.
The Community Gallery is curated by GCCA Founders and is limited to exhibitions of work by local and regional artists. Through rotating exhibitions that highlight the work of local artists, the Community Gallery serves as an engaging space that promotes the local art community.
Local artists interested in participating in the Community Gallery should contact firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration in upcoming shows.
Art school gallery
The art school gallery features the work of students currently enrolled in Art School classes at GCCA. Students of GCCA represent a diverse range of skill levels, ages, interests and backgrounds. The Art School Gallery showcases the breadth and depth of work being created by Art School participants while serving as a space that fosters growth and development for the community.
Studio Artist Gallery
View a sampling of recent work by the artists in studios 1 - 10 in the Studio Artist Gallery. GCCA Studio Artists represent a range of mediums, techniques, processes and conceptual concerns. Visit the GCCA Studios during First Fridays to meet the artists and learn more about their work.