Take part in a fun-filled celebration of the arts, community
and planet earth. Meet with the Greensburg Garden Center
and leave with a flower or some seeds to plant in your own
garden. Performance by Stage Right as well as …
Crites, an internationally-shown artist from Seattle, gained
acclaim in the art world by exploring tough subject matter
through color theory in his paintings. Join us for a unique
studio experience and create your own paper bag painting.
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Art on Tap 2.0
Friday, April 12, 5pm – 9pm
Experience Art on Tap in a whole new way! This revamped program includes two free drink tickets (cash bar after), music, scavenger hunts, and with light bites from Elegant Catering.
As part of our Earth Month celebrations, DeMarco discusses “The Universal Rights of Mother Earth.” She’ll also be signing copies of her book Pathways to Our Sustainable Future: A Global Perspective from Pittsburgh.
This is a FREE event
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Celebrate National Poetry Month with a reading of Jacob Bacharach’s poem, Ohr Ein Sof–Light Without End. Jacob’s poem is the current literary work featured on artist Janet Zweig’s Analog Scroll on the N. Main Street bridge.
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Take a walk on the Arts side on this day of discovering all
that Greensburg has to offer in visual and performing art.
Join The Westmoreland, Westmoreland Cultural Trust and
Seton Hill University on this self-guided walking tour. Enjoy
Dr. Shannon Egan, Director of Schmucker Art Gallery at Gettysburg College, will discuss Curtis’ work in relationship to varying perceptions and politics of the artist’s Native American subject as well as to photography’s inseparable and fraught connection with notions of …Find out more »
If we all draw the same object, why does it look so different? Is it who we are, where we are, or where we have been? This class will use observation skills to create art from different viewpoints.
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Join The Westmoreland Museum of American Art and the Council of the Three Rivers Native American Center for a celebration of Native American culture in our community. Come and enjoy Native American dance performances, music, storytelling, art activities and food.