Greenville Center for Creative Arts (GCCA) is Greenville's community art center! There are a wide variety of art classes for any age, exhibitions of local artwork, Summer Camps, 16 working Studio Artists, and special events all year long. Come on First Fridays to visit the Studio Artists on the 2nd floor, enjoy food trucks, have your kids enjoy the free art activity, and be part of the Greenville arts community! The mission of GCCA is to enrich the cultural fabric of the community through visual arts promotion, education and inspiration. They are located in the Historic Brandon Mills in the Village of West Greenville, on Draper Street just off of Pendleton Street/Hwy 124. Visit artcentergreenville.org and follow them on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter.
The GCCA Art School Open House provides the public with an opportunity to meet instructors, see samples of student work, and learn about upcoming clas... View details
The 2017 Brandon Fellows:; Ashley Waller, Brandon Seabrook Nelson, and Dorothy Shain will give an Artist Talk on Sunday May 21, 2017. The Brandon Fel... View details
Barbara Mann will give a lecture about jewelry making and metalworking after her Cuttlefish Casting Workshop on April 29 at GCCA. She has had over 40 ... View details
The annual Member Show provides an opportunity for the community to see the breadth and depth of work being created by supporting members of GCCA. ... View details
Contemporary jewelry challenges the notion of what is wearable, pushing the boundaries between the wearable and the sculptural. The more conceptual a... View details
Come to First Fridays at GCCA to receive 15% off your next class or workshop!