The Art Exhibition is in full swing and runs through Wednesday, March 29, 2017.
We have artist demonstrations happening almost daily (see our facebook page)
Art instructors Paul Hamilton and Jenn Pentecost return with their popular 3-day summer camps programs that include a public mural and July 4th parade float.
Columbus fiber artist Sarah Harste comes to Granville spreading weaver fever March 11.
Bryn Du Mansion executive director Bruce Cramer received the 2016 Tourism Partner of the Year award from Explore Licking County.
Art making class field trips customized with you to enhance your current class curriculum.
Your whole family will create original functional art in time for the holidays with one of Bryn Du Art Center’s holiday workshops. Plus a holiday workshop just for grownups.
The 2016 Rendville Show will not not take place this year due to the retirement of Joel Yaeger, long-time organizer of this popular show.
They do hope to return in 2017 with new art from from their gifted students. Please check back next year for dates and times.
Fun and challenging art classes for student ages 3-6 and grades 1-6.
New website bring fresh new look and functionality to community venues.
11th Annual Granville Bryn Du Summer Cross Country Series July 14 & 28, 2016.
Granville Rotary presents the second annual "Taste of Granville" Saturday, April 30 at 4pm.
The property is managed by a joint commission established by the Village of Granville. Bryn Du is a long-term asset for the community that will provide a place for cultural, recreational and educational activities for people of all ages. Bryn Du will be preserved and enhanced to contribute to the vitality and quality of life of the Granville community.