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McNeil Building Gallery


Gallery Applications for both McNeil Building Gallery and Guthrie Medical Center Gallery are reviewed on a rolling basis.

Gallery Application     (If you are having difficulty accessing the application, email us

Please read the Exhibition Agreement.

Exhibition Agreement Form

Inspired by Ireland

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Inspired by Ireland

March & April, 2024

Opening Reception Friday March 22nd,

5 to 7pm

Live Traditional Irish Music

Inspired by Ireland - A Group Show, gives all of the emerald vibes. Inspiration coming from crashing waves, grazing sheep, rocky cliffs, rolling hills and stories and myths. This show brings together the community and SUNY Cortland - students from the Dingle Summer Art Program past and present, travelers to the emerald isle and folks inspired from home.

Participating artists include: David Beale, Kathie Beale, Crystal Bergman, Josh Bishop, Stephen Clark, Sandy Cowan, Karen Dillon,  George Dugan, Emily Gibbons, Madison Hanford, Helen Leet, Kat McCormick, Nancy Ostman, Ron Ostman, Deb Putman, Nines Solana, Tom Steger, Marian Strang, Jay Varney, Honor Williams, Rose Williams



If interested in purchasing any of the work, please email us at

McNeil Building Gallery is located on the first floor at 17 -29 Main Street Cortland. (Go through the doorway under the arch) The exhibits are open to the public during business hours. 

Guthrie Medical Center and other sponsored exhibits

Details on Galleries: Please read before applying

The McNeil Gallery is located in the first floor entry passageway at 19 Main Street.  (Cortland Arts Connect maintains office space in that building.)  Artworks can be displayed on both sides of the gallery; each side is approximately 40 feet long.  Generally the area can hold 30-40 pieces, depending on size.  Options for this space can be for a single artist, two artists (one on each wall), or a group show.  McNeil Gallery shows are rotated on a 2 month basis.  A poster with information about a current show is displayed in the window facing Main Street.  The Cortland Standard publishes a Community Living article for each opening.   Artists may include sale prices with their works.

The Guthrie gallery is located in their staff cafeteria.  There are approximately 31 feet of wall space.  Currently, exhibits are rotated on a 6 month basis.  Guthrie personnel participate in reviewing artworks submitted for consideration.  Sale prices are not permitted in the display but the artist’s contact information can be included with the biographical information that is displayed with the artworks.

Deadlines: Proposals are reviewed on a quarterly basis. These dates are: March 31, June 30, Sept 30, Dec 31. Artists will be notified of acceptance 2 weeks after the deadline.

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