YSAC Community Gallery

The YSAC supports local arts infrastructure through program opportunities, publicity, education, fiscal agency, grant administration, advocacy, and coordinated partnerships across the community. Each year the YSAC supports over 200 local creative workers. The organization began it’s work in the 1950’s as and incorporated as a 501(c)3 non-profit in 1972. The YSAC represents all arts disciplines.


Permanent Collection

Initiated in 1992, the Permanent Collection represents the artistic heritage of the Village of Yellow Springs. The Permanent Collection Mission is to represent Yellow Springs Artists through the preservation of their art by collecting, exhibiting and storing works that demonstrate the ideals, passions and creativity of our community now and in the future.


John Bryan Community Gallery

The John Bryan Community Gallery is a multi-use space that spans 726 square feet in two wings on the second floor of the John Bryan Community Center, which serves as the Yellow Springs Municipal Building at 100 Dayton Street, Yellow Springs, Ohio. The gallery features invitational shows, theme shows and responses to an open-call to individual artists, artist teams and arts organizations. Exhibit space is available for public viewing during the building’s hours of operation (8a-9p).