Center for the Arts
The Center for the Arts is comprised of three galleries, housed in two 100-year-old, adjacent buildings. The Dalton Gallery is the main gallery within the Center. There, the Arts Council hosts eight exhibitions each year. Our annual shows include the Teachers’ Choice, in celebration of Youth Art Month; the Juried Competition; and Vernon Grant’s Santa Exhibit, in conjunction with ChristmasVille. During each exhibit, the Arts Council hosts a free, public reception for the community to recognize the artist/ artists on display. These receptions allow fellow art lovers to meet and greet the artist, and to network with others.
The Perimeter Gallery and the Edmund D. Lewandowski Classroom Gallery allow the Arts Council to promote emerging artists and students pursuing art. Exhibitions in each gallery rotate about every six weeks. The Perimeter Gallery is located on the landing that overlooks the Edmund D. Lewandowski Classroom Gallery.
The Edmund D. Lewandowski Classroom Gallery, located on the lower level of the Center for the Arts, is dedicated to exhibiting student work. It is also used for art workshops and summer art camps. Artists are encouraged to use this space for creative purposes.
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|ACYC 2025 Dalton Gallery Exhibits, Call for Artists