Art Happens

Art Happens is an interactive public art project developed by The Westmoreland Museum of American Art and located in Greensburg’s central business district. In partnership with the Greensburg Community Development Corporation (GCDC) and the City of Greensburg, this community project will place select details of the Museum’s collection directly into the city where people live, work, and play.

Working with Blue Sky Sign Co., Art Happens provides opportunities for residents and visitors alike to enjoy these “random acts of art.” And, if you take a selfie with your favorite image (and use #arthappensproject), you can visit the Museum to view the original artwork with our compliments. While you are there, purchase an Art Happens button in our Museum Shop and spread the love.

Works of art will be featured at a total of twelve sites, so set out on your own art scavenger hunt. In addition, you can attend one of our “happenings” as area artists, writers, musicians and dancers will be invited to present their own inspiration at several of the Art Happens sites. (Dates and times to be announced.)

Check back with us often to find out more about this project and connect with your country, your art, and your museum!

Current Art Happens Sites:

Site 1 – Corner of Academy Hill
Place and North Maple Avenue
on the Museum’s Loading Dock

Site 2 – 416 South Main Street on
the Greensburg City Hall Building

Site 3 – Robertshaw Amphitheater in
St. Clair Park (accessible from North
Maple Avenue or Kaylor Way)