Art Gallery

 

The Great Neck Arts Center presents exhibitions of art works by accomplished New York, National and International contemporary artists, as well as special exhibits originating from the collections of notable galleries and museums worldwide. Our mission is to present art that reflects the diversity of tastes, backgrounds and cultures that contribute to its remarkable richness of life. Thousands of school children and adults visit the Gallery annually and participate in customized docent tours and hands-on art-making activities. Opening receptions are free and open to the public giving the viewer an opportunity meet the artist and to mingle with other art lovers. GNAC's Art Detective program and Artist Talks and Lectures also educate and engage visitors of all ages. For more information on any of these programs, please read below or call the Arts Center at 516-829-2570.

 

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Gallery Tours
 

School Tours” (grades K – 12) and “Group Tours” led by artists or docents are offered as part of the Teaching Gallery programming. Tours may include a narrative tour of the art and/or an art activity, and/or hands-on workshops which provide students with an art project related to their tour and the exhibition. Teachers are provided with age appropriate post visit materials linking the exhibition to New York State Art and Non Arts Learning Standards. Tours and workshops must be arranged in advance. Please contact the Great Neck Arts Center for more information.

 
 

Artist-In-Residence Program
 

Atist-in-Residence programs are available for those schools unable to visit the Arts center or those schools wishing to have working artists work with students over a period of time from one day to one week. Students learn about the art form and how it relates to classroom curriculum as they work with the Artist –in-Residence to create an art project. Classroom materials are provided to Teachers linking their Artist-in-Residence to New York State Art and Non Arts Learning Standards. Artist-in-Residence are arranged and scheduled in advance. Please contact the Great Neck Arts Center for more information.

 
 
Docent Program

 


 

The Great Neck Arts Center's Gallery Tours are led by Docent volunteers who are trained by gallery staff. The Arts Center is looking for talented and articulate volunteers to work as Docents in its Gallery. Contact the Arts Center at 516-829-2570 to schedule your Docent interview if you love art and are available during the day.

 
 
Arts Advisory Committee

 

 


Exhibitions are determined and artists are selected by The Great Neck Arts Center Arts Advisory Committee, made up of working artists, art professionals, art historians and art collectors. Artists interested in submitting their work for consideration for future exhibits must submit: Bio or Resume; Artist Statement; and a CD of at least 5 examples of their work. If you wish to have your CD returned: include a self addressed stamped return envelope. Artists are reviewed by the Advisory Committee three times a year.

 
Exhibition Archive
 
 

Assemblage

Reflections 

The Romantic & The Exotic

Vistas & Visions 

2008 Fall Festival of the Arts

Secret Jews

Driven to Abstraction

LeRoy Neiman

“Peace Through My Eyes”

“My Place in this World”

“Come To Your Senses!”

ALL THAT JAZZ: Romare Bearden & Friends

Paul Sundick: Sports & the Arts

 

Folk-Artist Harry Lieberman

Herb Williams Crayon Sculpture

2010 Recycled Artwork Contest & Exhibition

Fareen Butt

3- D Phenomena: Where Art and Science Converge

Reflections of a Bygone Era

Modern Art from the GNAC Collection

For The Love of The Art

Third Annual Town of North Hempstead Recycled Artwork Contest

Sticks & Stones

Ginger Balitzer-Hendler: Les Femmes

Tomek Bogacki: The Art of Illustration

Fourth Annual Town of North Hempstead Recycled Artowrk Contest


 

SERVING LONG ISLAND AND THE NEW YORK METROPOLITAN AREA SINCE 1995

113 Middle Neck Road | Great Neck, NY 11021 | (516) 829-2570