Take Part


Calling local area arists!

 
Annual Christmas Sale


 

Art will be due at the gallery at 10:00

on Wednesday, November 1. 

 
The show runs through Sunday, December 31st,  at which time artists must pick up their unsold art. 



Each item must be identified with the artist name, an item number and the price.

Each artist needs a typed sheet, listing items by number and price. 

Everything is to be handmade:

pottery, paintings, quilts, jewelry, metal work, wall hangings, kids' toys, pet toys, hats, scarves, socks, kitchen utensils, games, glass, greeting cards, gift cards, fiber art, pillows, furniture, bags, notebooks, candles, etc.


 

What is GVCA?

  • Attend Openings and events
  • Take Classes or Teach One
  • Donate Time in the Gift Shop
  • Donate Supplies for Classes
  • Become a MEMBER of GVAC

Garden Valley Center for the Arts grew out of  twin desires to promote local area artists and to continue arts education for children and adults.
GVCA opened in April 2013 with its first gallery show,  “Selections from GVart”. By June the Pottery Studio was a reality due to equipment donations from Treasure Valley Community College.  Our Education Curriculum included children’s art and music workshops, along with basic drawing and painting classes for adults as well as various other adult classes are offered to encourage adults to learn and CREATE! 

Christmas /

holiday sale of


Art and Crafts

by local area

artists.

November/December









We are looking for an exhibits Curator to arrange monthly exhibits for GVCA.  Become a part of the Garden Valley community of those supporting the arts by volunteering for this VERY IMPORTANT CONTRIBUTION in our area.  

October 30--Decorating for the Holidays--


all volunteers welcome!!!!!!!!!!

Type your paragraph here.

rest of this month---


Ceramics by Susan Mattson

There are a variety of ways
to become a part of the 
 GARDEN VALLEY CENTER

FOR THE ARTS

Upcoming Events

Come in!

GVCA has sponsored and brought various other arts to the Garden Valley area including chamber music by “Classical Revolution” and  the Ririe-Woodbury  Dance Company which was integrated into the school district for a week of instruction through movement; and other performing artists.   GVCA artists are actively involved in the School by teaching various types of art lessons in the high school art class as well as classes at the Center for adults and students.

 






Many joined for the opening reception the first Saturday of the month, from 6:00-8:00 at the Center for the Arts in Downtown Crouch, to enjoy

the month's new exhibit!  The artist came from Helena, Montana.