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Shenandoah Showcase - Art at the Strasburg Town Hall

174 E King St, Strasburg, VA 22657-2235
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A great space for the display of local art!

I have visited the space to view quite a few artists' exhibits, and I was fortunate enough to be... read more

Reviewed 17 October 2016
George H
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Strasburg, Virginia
Curious of what kind of gallery it was.

Being a photographer, was interested in what and how the artwork was displayed. Interesting gallery... read more

Reviewed 7 June 2015
Spydrweb
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Strasburg, VA
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This public venue showcases work by artists from throughout the Shenandoah Valley with a focus on folks within a 30 mile radius. The bios of the artists are posted in the lobby and each artist is on hand to meet the public at an evening reception on the 2nd Tuesday of the month. Art shown throughout the ground floor hallways during normal business hours.
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17 Oct 2016
“A great space for the display of local art!”
7 Jun 2015
“Curious of what kind of gallery it was.”
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174 E King St, Strasburg, VA 22657-2235
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Reviewed 17 October 2016

I have visited the space to view quite a few artists' exhibits, and I was fortunate enough to be able to display my own photography at one point. It's a great space, and the curator was great to work with! They also allowed for and...More

Thank George H
Reviewed 7 June 2015

Being a photographer, was interested in what and how the artwork was displayed. Interesting gallery and very nice work by the artist. The display changes monthly.

Thank Spydrweb
Reviewed 11 March 2014

A place not to be missed. Local artists visually tested all of my senses tonight.Live guitar music, played as I enjoyed each piece. Some of the artists were there to share and answer questions. Snacks were available with comfortable and friendly conversations And parking is...More

Thank KayStrasburgVa
Marcy M, Manager at Shenandoah Showcase - Art at the Strasburg Town Hall, responded to this reviewResponded 26 March 2014

Thanks so much for posting a review. This is a perfect use of a public space so we look forward to reaching more people via Tripadvisor. Its always a pleasure meeting the guests who come to meet the artists each month.

Reviewed 15 May 2013

If you are in the Shenandoah Valley and driving down 81, or near Strasburg, jump into the Strasburg Town Hall and catch the excellent work of Ann Harrison and Lauren Vaughan. Both artists represent stunning renditions of natural scenery--some as far away as Maine, but...More

Thank Pamyla Y
Reviewed 19 March 2013

I love going up here and getting a free show, it changes each month and the "curator" does her part to make it radically different from the month before.

Thank Dawn M
Reviewed 13 March 2013

Stop by the Strasburg Town Hall to see some excellent pictures. I'm glad I did. Three local artists have their photos on display for the pubic to enjoy. There's something for everyone. Beautiful local landscapes, horses, ocean scenes, old windows and doors, Cedar Creek Battle,...More

Thank L G
Reviewed 13 March 2013

Another great showing of local talent at the Strasburg Town Hall. This time, three photographers from our area with incredible photographs on display. Of particular note was the work by Dawn Miller. She captures the natural beauty of the area in extremely vivid pictures, taken...More

Thank peter z
Reviewed 13 March 2013

This display is composed mostly of world class nature and wildlife photography and is stunning! Definitely worth a visit and surprisingly priced to sell. This is the work of 3 artists, Dawn Miller, Steve Sober and Ken Sullins. I still have goose bumps the day...More

Thank stephen w
Reviewed 12 March 2013

Marcy McCann has done a fabulous job of showcasing local artists month after month. The exhibits are displayed along the halls of our Town Hall, open to the public during normal business hours. This month (March 2013) there are 3 local artist on display, all...More

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Marcy M, Manager at Shenandoah Showcase - Art at the Strasburg Town Hall, responded to this reviewResponded 10 April 2013

Thanks so much, This partnership between Shenandoah Valley Artworks and the Town of Strasburg has allowed for this public display of so many talented regional artists. What a great thing for the town to do for the local and traveling public. It is so nice...More

Reviewed 18 January 2013

My husband and I, looking for things to do in Stasburg, VA on a drizzly winter day, came across a delightful gallery, Shenandoah Valley Artworks owned by Marcy McCann. Her gallery houses delightful creations of many local artisans. Marcy has been tasked with displaying a...More

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Marcy M, Manager at Shenandoah Showcase - Art at the Strasburg Town Hall, responded to this reviewResponded 20 January 2013

Thanks so much for our very first review. I'm so glad that you enjoyed the visit. This program is a partnership between the Town of Strasburg and Shenandoah Valley Artworks. It began in April of 2012 and is now a permanent display that changes on...More

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