Perry County Council of the Arts features several exhibitions throughout the year highlighting the works of one particular artist or theme. The public is invited to attend a special opening reception to mark the start of each exhibition.

Please note: we will not be hosting exhibition receptions for the remainder of 2020, and exhibition dates are subject to change.


October 16 – January 9, 2021 at PCCA Gallery

Artisan Marketplace

It’s never been more important to Shop Small to support local artists and small businesses. Show PCCA Gallery and our Member Artists some love this holiday season by buying LOCAL and HANDMADE!

November 13 – January 22 at Veterans Memorial Building, 25 W. Main St., New Bloomfield

6th Annual Juried Exhibition

Original artwork in a variety of media is on display virtually during PCCA’s 6th Annual Juried Exhibition, with an opportunity to view the show at the Veterans Memorial Building. Cast your vote for your favorite piece of art to win the People’s Choice Award ~ in person or on our Facebook page!

The Veterans Memorial Building is open to the public Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Congratulations to the 2020 Juried Exhibition Award Winners!


The Red Cane, oil painting by Alex Bellotti

“The Red Cane was inspired by an old Gentleman I knew some 20 years ago. I had taken a small a black and white photo of him, and forgot about it until I was going through some stuff while clearing out junk while quarantined, and I realized he needed to be painted. The painting took very little time, as he just came to life.”


1st Place: Green Colored Pencil Tree, Francis Ranck
2nd Place: Simple Elegance, Roberta Garlock
3rd Place: King of the Skies Spirit Vessel, Joyce Inderbitzin


1st Place: The Moroccan Guide by Karen Van Newhyzen
2nd Place: Barn, VII, Lynne Hoffman
3rd Place: Copper Waves, Gregg Silvis


1st Place: Black Throated Green Warbler, Jonathan Wert III
2nd Place: Essential Break, Chet Davis
3rd Place: Last Catch of the Day, Alex Bellotti


1st Place: Division, Louise Thomas
2nd Place: Angry Ocean, Russell Fry
3rd Place: Bee on Sunflower, Russell Fry


1st Place: Cottontail on Alert, Hunter Metcalf
2nd Place: Heading in the Deep Blue, Deb Kreiger
3rd Place: Consciousness Crashing Through, Gail Walden Coleman


Please cast your vote for your favorite piece of artwork by giving it a “LOVE” ❤️ reaction in the Facebook photo album. You can also vote for your favorite piece in person at the Veterans Memorial Building. All displayed works are eligible!


Much of the featured artwork is available for purchase in our online gallery. Show your walls and independent artists some love this holiday season!

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Enjoy local art at these locations on an ongoing basis

Buffalo Brew, Newport
Capital Joe, Harrisburg
Farmers Daughters Cafe, New Bloomfield
Pennian Bank, Newport
Perry County Chamber of Commerce, New Bloomfield
Sisson-Boyer Eyecare, Newport
Veterans Memorial Building, New Bloomfield


Exhibition promotion is made possible in part by a generous sponsorship from PPL.



We are rescheduling this exhibition for 2021

April 10 – June 6 at PCCA Gallery

Home Goods Show

The main exhibition room at PCCA Gallery will be filled with unique, handcrafted, original artwork and home goods that are perfect for Spring decorating.

Featured artwork by James Wheeler


May 1-29 at the PA State Capitol Building, East Wing Rotunda

Special Art on Tour Exhibition

Artwork created by PCCA members will be on display and for sale in a special Art on Tour exhibition in the East Wing Rotunda of the Pennsylvania State Capitol Building, which is open to the public Monday-Friday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.


June 12 – August 8 at PCCA Gallery

Accidental Art

Sometimes the most beautiful artwork is created through happy accidents. This group exhibition will feature designs and images that appear in unusual or unexpected places, like patterns in paint spills or a sunset reflected on a broken mirror.

Artists interested in submitting their work to this exhibition, can find Call for Art details here.


June 26 – September 26 at Landis House

Teaching Artists

This exhibition will feature artwork in a variety of media, created by Perry County Council of the Arts (PCCA) rostered teaching artists, who provide creative classroom instruction in 10- to 20-day residencies in seven counties through PCCA’s Arts in Education partnership with Pennsylvania Council on the Arts.

Featured artwork by Evgeny Krayushkin, Zheka Art

August 15 – October 10 at PCCA Gallery

Director’s Choice

PCCA hosts Director’s Choice, a selection of noteworthy student artwork from Youth Art Day 2020. Most of the artwork will be for sale. Please consider supporting our talented youth by purchasing their works of art.

October 9 – 30 at Landis House

Arts for All

Explore an exhibition of artwork created in the Arc of Cumberland & Perry Counties’ (CPARC) and Perry County Council of the Arts’ (PCCA) 6-week inclusive art classes for all ages and abilities, led by Tom Oakes. Select pieces from the classes will be highlighted in this exhibition open to the community.