Mark Your Calendar for These GCCA Special Events

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Through January 13, 2018

GCCA Members’ Annual Exhibit-Salon 2017 & Handmade Holidays: Affordable Fine Art & Crafts Exhibition and Sale. The Salon 2017 offers a wide variety of artworks: original drawings, paintings, prints, photographs and sculptures measuring 24 inches or less. Shop early! The best treasures disappear from the walls as they are purchased. Come back often! We replace the sold items with new work promptly.

Through December 31, 2017-On View by Apporintment only. Call 518-929-5764.

Photography Work by Robert Tomlinson

49 Spring Street Pop Up Exhibit-A Benefit for the GCCA Visual Arts ProgramImagine viewing contemporary art in a spacious Victorian village home built in 1861 as a parsonage for the only church designed by artist Thomas Cole, who lived and worked only steps down the street. Fawn Potash and Paul Smart opened their home to artist friends who mounted original artwork throughout the three story home designed with high ceilings, wood floors, three fireplaces, dormers, window seats, and period details. Participating artists including Joann Alvis, Andrew Amelincx, Nancy Azara, Darla Bjork, Matt Bua, Dan Burkholder, Jill Skupin Burkholder, Tasha Depp, Barry Gerson, Jared Handelsman, Alon Koppel, Paula Lalala, Claudia McNulty, Eva Melas, Portia Munson, Fawn Potash, Melinda Stickney-Gibson, Beth Schneck, Val Shaff, Milo Smart, Asia Sonsowski and Robert Tomlinson.

“Pay-What-You-Can” during the  Pop Up Art Exhibit. Those who make a donation of $25 or more will receive a packet of Library Series (12 notecards) by Fawn Potash, fine art photographer and former GCCA Visual Arts Director. Call GCCA 518-943-3400 for more information. To make an Appointment to view the exhibit call 518-929-5764. This Pop Up Exhibit and house is located at 49 Spring Street (Route 385)  in Catskill, NY.

January 27, 2018

GCCA Annual Membership Meeting: Join GCCA Members at our Catskill Gallery in Catskill, NY for the Annual Membership Meeting of the Greene County Council on the Arts, now in its 42nd year of service to the community. The official meeting will take place at 4 p.m. just before the opening reception (5-7 p.m.) for the first of the 2018 exhibits at the GCCA Catskill Gallery.

Save the Date!!!         

April 7, 2018   GCCA Annual Beaux Arts Ball

GCCA fabulous black tie bistro and masked ball, now in its 30th year and billed “The Party of the Year!” Watch for updates at

GCCA Catskill Gallery is located at 398 Main Street, Catskill, NY. Office and Gallery hours are Monday-Friday from 10 am to 5 pm. The Gallery remains open on Saturday Noon to 5 pm. Visit or call 518-943-3400.

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Ongoing Proposals for GCCA Gallery Boutique – The Greene County Council on the Arts invites you to visit our gallery boutique, The Artful Hand, in Catskill. Open year-round, we offer fine arts and high quality crafts by local and regional artists, and books by area authors. Send boutique inquiries to: The GCCA Catskill Gallery, located at 398 Main Street, Catskill, NY. , is open Monday through Friday, 10AM-5PM. Saturday Noon-5 PM. For more information, contact 518-943-3400 or

Call for Proposals for 2018 GCCA Gallery Exhibits

Questions: Call Greene County Council on the Arts at 518-943-3400 or email Niva Dorell at or Exhibition Proposals wanted for GCCA Catskill Gallery 2018/2019 Schedule. Send a paragraph describing your solo show, curated group exhibit, brainstorm for future programs with contact information, an image list, short bio or resume and up to 10 images (72 dpi, 5” jpeg or up to 8 x 10” photographs) to Niva Dorell, or, with subject line: 2018 VAP Review. Mail hard copy to Visual Arts Director, GCCA Catskill Gallery, P.O. Box 463, Catskill, NY 12414. Hand deliver proposals to the GCCA Catskill Gallery located at 398 Main Street, Catskill, NY.Exhibition committee members are interested in local artists’ work, subjects of interest to local audiences, partnerships with other arts, culture and community organizations, daring, fun, high quality work.Visit for more information about the GCCA Visual Arts Program and current exhibitions.


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