The Colonial Center has several gallery spaces available for exhibitions and display. All artwork is shown either on easels, free standing pedestals, or hanging systems. Applications are currently being accepted for future showings.
Complete the Application Form
and send it to The Colonial Center at the following address. You may also send by email. Please call for more details.
The Colonial Center
Attn: Lauren A. Epps
220 South Mecklenburg Avenue
South Hill, Virginia 23970
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NOW ON DISPLAY IN THE COLONIAL CENTER'S MAIN GALLERY:
The first exhibit of 2015 comes to us from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, and is titled, “American Art”. It will remain in place in the Colonial Center’s main gallery on the second floor of the theatre complex until Friday, March 13.
What is American Art? Is it an 18th century portrait that captures the pride of a citizen in the newly formed United States? Is it a magnificent landscape that presents a stunning vista of the American West? Perhaps it is a lavish still life that flaunts the wealth of the Gilded Age, or an abstract composition that challenges the eye to dance with it across the canvas. American Art is influenced by our unique society, culture, and history.
This exhibit includes works by Georgia O'Keefe, Mary Cassatt, Robert Salmon, George Catlin, Robert Scott Duncanson and more! The galleries are open for public viewing from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. - Monday through Friday, and during all Colonial Center public events.