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Greene County Council on the Arts
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The mother of all community arts centers

The Greene County Council on the Arts has been nurturing, presenting and advocating for the arts in... read more

Reviewed 13 July 2016
Todd W
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New York City, New York
Lovely little gallery on Main Street

If you are visiting main street, there is no reason not to stop by this lovely little art gallery... read more

Reviewed 13 July 2016
SunbeamTraveler
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New York City, New York
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Reviewed 24 August 2016 via mobile

If you want to know anything about Art anything about art or anything about art go here for shows and information. Extremely well run with amazing people running it.

Thank Patti A
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Reviewed 24 August 2016

The current exhibit on wearable art is fun and contemporary. This was my first visit there. They seem to have a strong member group, with members exhibiting their visual work, jewelry and crafts all through the year; we found several works upstairs to enjoy. I would have liked to view the show downstairs and chat with my friend without an ongoing dialogue from an over zealous sales person.

Thank kathleen814
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Reviewed 13 July 2016

The Greene County Council on the Arts has been nurturing, presenting and advocating for the arts in Greene County for over 40 years - an especially impressive accomplishment. Today, the Council maintains an active gallery on Main Street in Catskill, NY, a popular children's arts program, and collaborates on a wide array of installation projects for professionals and amateur enthusiasts alike. While Greene County has long been an American Arts center, the Greene County Council on the Arts has ensured that legacy remains vibrant today.

Thank Todd W
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Reviewed 13 July 2016

If you are visiting main street, there is no reason not to stop by this lovely little art gallery. It is very manageable in 15minutes, and still enjoyable in 45!
I would especially recommend going on a gallery opening night and strolling the town!

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Reviewed 1 July 2015

Great art shows. Always something for all taste in art. Keeps the Arts Alive in the Catskill. Go and don't forge to donate.

1  Thank Patti A
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Reviewed 16 April 2015

Friendly staff. Various local artists displays on while enjoying the amazing talent of fellow members of our small community. The staff is helpful if needed and can instruct you as to how to join for a small fee. The range of artistic choices and classes that are available for all forms of art including authors is quite large. Well worth the trip to the pretty little town of Catskill's Main Street. Not capable of judging the quality of the art work that is displayed but since I so lack any such abilities I think it is all pretty great.

1  Thank OmaJoan
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Reviewed 11 October 2011

In addition to their two gallery spaces at 398 Main Street in Catskill, Greene County Council on the Arts runs a great arts initiative called Masters on Main Street. The project brings recent grad student from top MFA programs across the country (RISD, SAIC, SVA, etc) to the village of Catskill. Artists fill storefronts and abandoned spaces with sculpture, photography, painting, installation, and video. There are three rounds of MOM per year and each round includes free events like breakfast tours, film festivals, and panel discussions. Check out Masters on Main Street at the GCAA website for event dates and locations. If you are in the area during a round, it is definately worth your time.

1  Thank Jacqueline W
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