Current Exhibit

Susan Chrysler White: Mesmerized & Linda Mitchell: Truth in Animals May 20 - June 25, 2016

Mitchell’s artworks are highly textured pieces and populated by animals, which become surrogates for human beings and their emotional lives.

White is a painter and sculptor who uses volatile Mother Nature and unstable global political systems as inspiration.



You can become an artist this summer! Develop your artistic skills through a variety of classes at the Quincy Art Center. Classes meet on a weekly basis and there are new sessions each semester!

Full kid’s scholarships are available for those who receive Free or Reduced Lunches. Please contact the Art Center for more information or to see if your child qualifies. 




What makes the Art Center so special?

Hear what members of our community have to say!

A big thank you to everyone who has given their time and talents to support the Quincy Art Center over the years! It is such an special place because of the efforts of people like you!


  • Today is the FIRST day of Art Camp!!! Mrs Libbyhellip
  • Because her artwork is just too cool!!! susanchryslerwhite
  • Our 2nd3rd Art from Nature class has been having ahellip
  • Local artist Zach Meyer is putting the finishing touches onhellip
  • What an awesome sculpture to help us relax during ourhellip
  • Stevens future as an artist is so bright he hashellip
  • Our 4th8th grade painting class has been busy creating masterpieceshellip
  • Yay!!! Today the Art Center received some new magnetic signagehellip
  • Love is in the air!!! Tomorrow there will be ahellip
  • Pint Sized Picassos and 48th grade Mud to Magnificent studentshellip