Guests are welcome to visit The Arts Center Gallery!
Monday through Friday
11am - 5pm
Saturday & Sunday
Opportunities for Artists
Our Exhibition Program
Saratoga Arts offers a comprehensive exhibition program, including nearly 20 on-site and 80 off-site exhibitions annually. With nearly 12,000 visitors per year in the Arts Center Gallery, we continue to enrich community through exposure to high quality, current, contemporary art.
For more information about our Exhibitions program contact:
Elizabeth Dubben, Director of Exhibitions
firstname.lastname@example.org or 518.584.4132
The mission of The Art Center Gallery Shop is to provide high quality, hand-made, art and fine craft from member-artists. Our goal is to continue the education and excitement of the Art Center's exhibitions through the sale of unique products.
The Gallery Shop supports community artists and fine crafters through the display of their contemporary merchandise and original publications. Together, these individuals and their work contribute to and support Saratoga Arts' mission to provide a thriving cultural environment for the local and regional community.
The Gallery Shop offers pieces of original artistry including handcrafted objects, fine jewelry, accessories, fibers, ceramics, wood, glass, paintings, mixed media and books. Saratoga Arts will select work we think best reflects our marketing and exhibition goals; commercially manufactured or printed items will not be accepted.
Because we are a member-based organization we only display member-work in the Gallery Shop.
Saratoga Arts is conveniently located in historic downtown Saratoga Springs at the corner of Broadway and Spring Street with entrances on both streets as well as on Congress Park. Situated adjacent to The Arts Center Gallery, your pieces will be displayed in a venue that exhibits the work of internationally renowned artists and receives 12,000 yearly visitors.
Interested in Showing Your Work?
The Gallery shop accepts high quality, hand-made art and fine crafts from member-artists including: handcrafted objects, fine jewelry, accessories, fibers, ceramics, wood, glass, paintings, mixed media and books. Anything outside these categories is subject to approval by the Director of Grants and Community Outreach. Saratoga Arts will select work we think best reflects our marketing and exhibition goals; commercially manufactured or printed items will not be accepted, including cards, stationary or other items featuring reproductions of original work. Saratoga Arts receives a 30% commission for the sale of any and all member-artist work
If you're interested in showing your work in The Gallery Shop, please contact Elizabeth Dubben, Director of Exhibitions, 584.4132 or at email@example.com.