Upcoming Exhibitions

Exhibitions, receptions, and gallery talks are free and open to the public.

Creatures Great & Small

Debuts Saturday, February 8, 2020
Opening Reception 3-5PM
Exhibition Date: 2•8•20 – 3•14•20

Have you come across an animal in the wild with which you’ve felt an inexplicable bond? Do the animals depicted in your family crest, connected to your birth year in the Chinese zodiac, or are part of your astrological sign have personal meaning for you?  Have you developed a relationship with the birds or squirrels who visit your yard?  Join Paint Creek Center for the Arts for a roaring start to the 2020 Exhibition Year and see how some Southeast Michigan artists connect with the animal kingdom in Creatures Great & Small.

Find artwork from these artists in Creatures Great & Small:

  • Leeann Arcand
  • Sophia Bachman
  • Anne-Marie Blaney
  • Katy Busam
  • Melinda Bylow
  • Calum H. Clow
  • Steve Czapiewski
  • Emily Dziegielewski
  • Paul Falzarano
  • Laurie Friedman
  • Laura Gabriel
  • Linden Godlove
  • Sigrid Grace
  • MaryAnn Harris
  • Trish Houtteman
  • Anna Hughes
  • Keith Jenkins
  • Claudia Keglovitz
  • Paul Kellett
  • Julie Kroppe
  • Marguerite Leonard
  • Stephen Lombardi
  • John Lucassian
  • Greta Lyons
  • Kelly Lyons
  • Betsy Marsh
  • Joy McCalvin
  • Brandon F. Ottenbacher
  • Kendra Riley
  • Marusa Sanchez-Ruiz
  • Kimberly Santini
  • John Scharf
  • Carolyn Shoemaker
  • Carol Stevens
  • Sarah Tierney
  • Rene Tuohy
  • Darleen Urbanek
  • Alexandra Weadock
  • Brittany Wiltsie Pappas
  • Richard Wojciechowski
  • Susan Young

2020 Student & Faculty Exhibition

Calling all PCCA students and faculty members! PCCA is now accepting submissions for the 2020 Student & Faculty Exhibition. If you are currently enrolled or teaching in the Winter 2020 term, or previously enrolled or teaching in the Winter 2019, Spring 2019, Summer 2019 or Fall 2019 terms you are eligible to participate. For full submission guidelines and instructions, please click here.

Rochester Hills City Hall Offsite Exhibition (ongoing)

Paint Creek Center for the Arts is excited to continue to partner with Rochester Hills City Hall to display the artwork of it’s students, instructors, staff and local Michigan artists. This rotating display has now spread to include a second gallery wall, and includes thirteen pieces in varying 2D mediums.

For more information, and to view the full display calendar for Rochester Hills City Hall, click here.

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