Meet our members who showcase some of the most talented artists and their works in Bedford, Cambria, Indiana, and Somerset counties.
Check here to explore new art galleries or exhibitions to take in. Stop by our Calendar for upcoming exhibits to see.
Experience Great Art... Right In Your Own Backyard
Throughout the year, our members play host to the work of local, regional, national, and even international artists. Learn more about the galleries and exhibitions available here in your own backyard.
Allied Artists of Johnstown maintains an active schedule of juried exhibitions annually. There are four juried exhibitions each year occurring in the spring, summer, fall and winter. Three of these exhibitions are open to individuals who wish to join Allied Artists by submitting their work to be juried (excludes the summer exhibition which is for members only). Learn More >
BOTTLE WORKS Ethnic Arts Center
As an Ethnic Arts Center, many of the 4-6 exhibitions we feature during the year are vested in heritages and traditions. Learn More >
Community Arts Center of Cambria County
The Community Arts Center of Cambria County, a non-profit organization, dedicated to supporting, promoting, strengthening and interpreting the creative, performing and visual arts through education programs, exhibits and special events. We offer classes and workshops throughout the year for children and adults. Learn More >
Guild of American Papercutters
GAP is an international organization of papercut artists and enthusiasts. The Guild of American Papercutters National Museum is open to the public on the second floor of Laurel Arts.
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IUP Lively Arts
Art and historical exhibits offered in the University Museum and Kipp Gallery.
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Johnstown Area Heritage Association (JAHA)
JAHA’s museums include permanent as well as temporary and traveling exhibitions related to all facets of regional history. Learn More >
Laurel Arts hosts at least 10 exhibits per year in the Philip Dressler Center for the Arts. These exhibits explore all mediums by local and regional artists. Learn More >
Pasquerilla Performing Arts Center
The Pasquerilla Performing Arts Center serves as home for the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art Johnstown Gallery. Learn More >
Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art
The Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art conducts artist and teacher workshops for over 300 artists, art educators and art advocates each year. Interdisciplinary workshops integrate the arts with other academic content. Academic standards, assessment, residency planning and advocacy, curriculum integration and teacher/artist interaction are discussed in educational forums. Learn More >