Upcoming Exhibitions

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

Creating in Quarantine virtual exhibition

This all medium exhibit aims to showcase artwork from Michigan artists of all ages created during their time spent at home during the COVID-19 Stay Home, Stay Safe executive order quarantine. The first collection of 50 works will be live for online viewing beginning May 8, 2020 and will be available through May 21. The second collection of 50 will be live for online viewing beginning May 25, 2020 through June 8, 2020. Artists from all walks and levels are welcome and encouraged to submit up to two works for inclusion in the exhibit as long as they are Michigan residents and the work was created between March and April 2020 (the duration of the Stay Home, Stay Safe quarantine).

Now accepting submissions. Click here for more information and to view the exhibition.

2020 Student & Faculty Exhibition

Join Paint Creek Center for the Arts as we celebrate another year of learning, achievement, and fun with the return of the annual Student & Faculty exhibition! Featuring the artwork of our PCCA teaching faculty and students of all ages, the Student & Faculty exhibition is an excellent opportunity to see what our artistic community has been working on over the last year. Meet fellow students and the instructors who guided them. For those unfamiliar with or new to our organization, the Student & Faculty exhibition is a great chance to learn more about the classes offered here at PCCA and how to get involved.

*The 2020 Student & Faculty Exhibition has been postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak, and has tentatively been rescheduled to open to the public on July 11. Artists whose artwork has already been accepted in to the show should look for updated email with drop off instructions when PCCA returns from its temporary closure (tentatively early May).

2020 Members Biennial Exhibition

Calling all PCCA Mmembers! PCCA is now accepting submissions for the 2020 Members Biennial Exhibition. If you are a current Member of PCCA, at any Membership Level,  you are eligible to participate. For full submission guidelines and instructions, please click here.


*This exhibition has tentatively been rescheduled to open to the public on October 3.

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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