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PCCA Gallery

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One South Second Street,
Newport, PA 17074
(717) 567-7023

Prominently located on the square in Newport, the Perry County Council of the Arts (PCCA) Gallery showcases the fine artwork of over 150 of the region's talented artisans.  With the assistance of a knowledgeable, passionately committed staff, you can learn the story behind the art work and discover who the artists are and what drives them to create.

The Gallery showcases several themed and solo artist exhibitions each year, and with other gallery displays changing more frequently, there is an influx of paintings, sculptures, pottery, literature, jewelry, organic homemade personal care products, clothing and accessories.

You'll fine one-of-a-kind treasures available at every price range.

Made in Cumberland Valley: 20% of our member artists are from Cumberland Valley.  Their work is on display and for sale in the PCCA Gallery.

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Follow us on Instagram: @perrycountyartspa

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  • Hours: Wed-Fri 10am-5pm; Sat 10am-3pm
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  • Parking: Street parking
  • Payment Accepted:
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  • Made in the Valley Products: 20% of our member artists are from Cumberland Valley. Their work is on display and for sale in the PCCA Gallery.