Pocono Arts Council: Fall 2017 Exhibitions

The Pocono Arts Council announces its upcoming gallery exhibitions at the ARTSPACE Gallery. The general public is encouraged to attend to view and appreciate the fine artwork created by local artists in the Poconos region of northeastern Pennsylvania.

October 6-28, 2017 – “Autumn Impressions”  
The October exhibition will celebrate the fall season and feature artwork in the gallery from member and non-member artists in a variety of mediums. The opening reception will be held onSaturday, October 7 from 4-6PM with a presentation of awards for First, Second and Third place at 5PM. Prospectus and Entry Form here: http://poconoarts.org/pac/wp-content/uploads/2017-Autumn-Impressions-Prospectus-Entry.pdf

November 3-18, 2017 – “Small Works II”
The November exhibition will feature small-sized artwork that does not exceed 200 square inches. The opening reception will take place onSaturday, November 4 from 4-6PM with a presentation of awards for First, Second and Third place awards at 5PM. Prospectus and Entry Form here: http://poconoarts.org/pac/wp-content/uploads/2017-Small-Works-Show-Prospectus-Entry.pdf

All artwork exhibited in the ARTSPACE Gallery is available for purchase with a portion of the sale benefiting the council. Entries are open to all artists – students, amateurs and professionals.

ARTSPACE Gallery hours are Monday-Friday, 10AM-4PM, and Saturday-Sunday from 1PM-4PM, depending on availability of volunteer gallery sitters. To volunteer, contacttassy@poconoarts.org.

To become a member and support arts and culture in our local community, visit our website to view a variety of membership support levels:
http://poconoarts.org/support/become-a-member/.

Involvement and support from the local business community is vital – it encourages a vibrant arts community and helps stimulate our local economy. Sponsorship opportunities are outlined here:
http://poconoarts.org/support/become-a-sponsor/

The Pocono Arts Council is a local arts service organization serving Monroe, Pike, Wayne, Luzerne, and Lackawanna counties. The mission of the council is to build the community artistically and culturally by providing leadership, service and education – “Culture Builds Community.”