November/December 2016 - Open Call (call for artists coming in October)
January 2017 - Student Exhibit (grades 6 - 12), information coming in November
Call for 2016 Consignment Artists! Monthly opportunities!
Located at 178 Main Street, Dansville ArtWorks includes a gift shop, exhibit area, and a workshop space, named "Vita's Garden of Inspiration" in memory of Vita Catapano Magill.
Dansville ArtWorks is open Thursday: 12 noon to 6pm, Friday: 11am to 6pm, and Saturday: 10am to 3pm, in addition to classes in Vita’s Garden.
Dansville ArtWorks Inc. is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to cultivate and enhance the visual, literary and performing arts opportunities in the greater Dansville community. It is supported by community members and businesses and offers art workshops for adults and children, programs including Chalk Walk & Arts Fest, and exhibition, consignment and performance opportunities. Tax deductible donations are accepted at the gallery or via store.DansvilleArtWorks.com. Visit our sponsorship page for additional details.
Dansville ArtWorks' capacity building efforts are funded by a grant from the Arts & Cultural Council for Greater Rochester through support received from Rochester Area Community Foundation.
Current consignment artists: Barbara Allston (sculpture), Jim Clark (woodworking), Colleen Darling (jewelry), Carol DelToro (photography), Tairi Detwiler (jewelry), Jackie Donohue (ceramics), Rebeka Fergusson-Lutz (paintings), Jeanne & Mike Gridley (woodworking and fairy doors), Dorothy Harrison (paintings), Debbie Holdsworth (jewelry), Joanna Jennings (photography), Colleen Johnson (ceramics), Anastasia Kent (paintings), Sheila McAtee (leather), Steve Rennie (glass), Mark Ross (shaker boxes), Mary Skillings (basketry), Judith Switzer (paintings), Lisa Twombly (jewelry), Mert Wager (paintings)
Come visit Dansville ArtWorks -
with the ONLY Main Street art gallery in Livingston County!
178 Main Street, Dansville, NY, 14437
1.585.335.4746 | email@example.com
The summer exhibit features 16 highly talented individuals, including Dansville’s own John Adamski. Jay Pullman and Roger Kornbau also have first-time pieces in the gallery for this open-themed exhibit.