About The Gallery and the Gourgaud Gallery Committee (GGC)
The Gourgaud Gallery, located on the first floor of the Town Hall, has become a center for the Arts in Cranbury. The Gourgaud Gallery Committee strives to bring new, exciting exhibits to the Gallery each month. The Gallery features a new exhibit each month, open to all, beginning each exhibit with an Artist’s Reception on the first Sunday of each month from 1-3p.m. The GGC also offers musical soirees, poetic and dramatic readings, film screenings, lectures and classes.
The GGC is run by volunteers interested in the arts. The current members are Amy Amico, Chair, Lisa Walsh, Tamara Woronczuk, Mary Ellen Brennan, Susan Troost, Louise Palagyi, Linda Gilbert, and Russ Johnson. GGC is looking for additional volunteers to staff the committee, whose purpose is to oversee the operation and generally run the Gallery. Any member of the committee does not need an art background…merely an interest in art, the ability to give some time to the operation, and a desire to see the Gallery and the Arts continue to thrive in Cranbury. Members of the Committee serve one year terms. The GGC meets once a month, in the Gourgaud Gallery
Any Cranbury-based non-profit group or organization may utilize the space, by appointment. For registration information contact the GGC
The Gourgaud Gallery Committee can be reached via e-mail or by regular mail at:
The Gourgaud Gallery
Cranbury Town Hall
23A North Main Street
Cranbury, NJ 08512
The Gourgaud Gallery is open Daily from 9AM to 4PM and on the first, third and last Sunday of the month from 1PM to 3PM.
The Gallery is open on Saturdays by appointment, only.
A new exhibit is installed in the Gourgaud Gallery every month, and opens with an Artist’s Reception on the first Sunday of every month.
Additional programs are normally scheduled for Friday evenings and Sunday afternoons, but may also be weekday evenings or Saturdays; See the Cranbury Press or consult the Cranbury website(s) for additional programs, dates and times.
The GGC would like to thank the Student Volunteers and the Cranbury Golden Ager’s Club for volunteering their time to sit in the Gallery each Sunday.
Apply To Have Your Work Displayed
If you are interested in having your work displayed, please request an application via e-mail
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