Visual Arts

Discover the visual art talents in your community. Our galleries, museums and art spaces feature emerging and established artists and host special events regularly. Click any of the links below to learn more.

Upcoming Visual Arts Events


Susquehanna Greenway Partnership photo contest winners

Show runs March 6th through March 31st, 2023.

The Exchange – Bloomsburg, PA


Artspace Gallery is open
Thu, Fri & Sat noon to 6
Sun noon – 5 pm.


Mark Sassani reception at the Exchange Gallery

SUNDAY, JULY 16, 2023 AT 2 PM – 5 PM

The Exchange – Bloomsburg, PA



The Art Grind – Danville, PA

April 1:
Bloomsburg Mini Maker’s Faire w/ Anissa Cavazos, 10-4pm

April 6 – April 29:
This is Not a Person: The Illusion of Identity
Reception: April 29, 6-8pm

April 16:
*Figure Session, 3-5pm

April 28:
*Wine & Paint w/ Stephanie Briggs, 6-8pm

May 6:
Spring Fling, 9-4pm

May 11 – June 3:
Reception: TBA

May 28:
*Figure Session, 3-5pm

*Seat reservations will become available for purchase on our website
the month they are scheduled.



Anna Kell

February 16th – May 6th, 2023
@ Milton Art Bank – Milton, PA



Jesse Factor

June 2nd & 3rd, 2023 @ Milton Art Bank
Doors @ 6:30 pm
Performance @ 7pm

MAB is pleased to receive dance artist Jesse Factor for a 2 evening event, where they share excerpts of a new work-in-progress exploring a fascination with the Diva figure.

This multimedia solo work sifts through the nostalgia and longing inspired by Factor’s listening to multiple Original Broadway cast albums as a child, resulting in a lyrical fantasy.

Collaborators Scott Andrew (projection and media design) and Andy Hasenpflug (original score) round out the creative team.

Post-performance discussion on both evenings. 

This is a donation based event and RSVPs are required. RSVP now, as seating is LIMITED.


Picturing the Floating World: Japanese Art and the Makings of Popular Culture

January 24 – May 14
Campus Gallery
Top floor, Elaine Langone Center on the campus of Bucknell University
701 Moore Avenue, Lewisburg, PA 17837


Lewisburg Celebration of the Arts

April 29, 2023 to May 13, 2023

What You Think You Know

March 14 – June 04
Downtown Gallery

416 Market Street, Lewisburg, PA 17837


Annual Student Art Gala

Tuesday, April 11, 7 p.m.
Campus Gallery

Top floor, Elaine Langone Center on the campus of Bucknell University
701 Moore Avenue, Lewisburg, PA 17837


Annual Student Art Exhibition

April 11 – May 14
Campus Gallery

Top floor, Elaine Langone Center on the campus of Bucknell University
701 Moore Avenue, Lewisburg, PA 17837


Why It Matters

Tuesday, March 28, 7 p.m.
Iron Front Event Space

#301, 434 Market Street, Lewisburg, PA 17837



2023 Senior Art Exhibition

March 31 – May 13

Gallery Talk, March 31, 5.30 PM

Lycoming College Art Gallery





Jan 17 – March 22
The Gallery at Penn College
Williamsport, PA



Architecture & Sustainable Design

Senior Capstone Projects

April 7 – 16th
The Gallery at Penn College
Williamsport, PA

Graphic Design 2023

Senior Portfolio Exhibition

April 27 – May 5
The Gallery at Penn College
Williamsport, PA

100 Miles

The 2023 Regional Juried Exhibition

June 1 – July 20
The Gallery at Penn College
Williamsport, PA



We’re looking for participants for this year’s events!!!
Message our Facebook Page or email
[email protected] to see you can get involved!


In the Gallery

Annual Photography Exhibition
April 1 – April 28 / Details →
Annual Members’ Exhibition
May 6 – June 23 / Details →
Small Works
July 1 – August 25 / Details →
Form & Function
September 1 – October 28 / Details →
From the Sessions
November 4 – 18 / Details → 


Pocono State Craft Festival

August 26 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm


In the Community

Member Workshop: AI as a Catalyst for Creation 
Monday, April 10 from 6-8pm / Details →
Mac & Cheese Bake-Off
Sunday, April 16 from 2-4pm / Details →
36th Pocono State Craft Festival
August 26-27 from 10am-5pm / Details → 
18th Annual Festival of Wood
September 24-25 from 10am-4p / Details →


17th Annual Festival of Wood

September 23 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm


Art News From Around the World

Artists Show What They Can Do With a Google Phone’s Camera

Works by 21 photographers are now on view in Manhattan for the seventh season and 100th project coming out of the Google Pixel Creator Labs.

The Sick, Abusive World of Tom Sachs

Former workers who spoke to Hyperallergic reveal a culture of rampant mistreatment at the artist’s studio.

Digital Artists Are Pushing Back Against AI

Using the hashtag “No to AI Art,” artists protest AI image generators’ use of their work without permission or compensation.

Abortion-Related Artworks Removed from Idaho College Exhibition

Lewis-Clark State College cited violations of the No Public Funds for Abortions Act passed last year.

Ukraine Marks First Year of War With Banksy Stamp

The stamp also features the shorthand “FCK PTN!” in Cyrillic.

Tennessee Bans Drag Performances for Children

The state has just passed a bill criminalizing public drag performances as well as private shows if a minor could be present.

Viral “Photographer” Reveals His Images Were AI-Generated

Jos Avery had told his followers he used a Nikon D810 to take his distinctive black-and-white portraits.

Keep an Eye Out for These Emerging Chicago Artists

Ground Floor at the Hyde Park Art Center is a sensitively curated selection of works by exceptionally promising young artists.

“Don’t Call Me Chief”: Native Artists Protest Racist NFL Mascots

A group of Native artists and others held a protest outside the stadium in Glendale, Arizona, where the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles competed for the championship.

You Too Can Have Your Art on a Postage Stamp

The process isn’t complicated, and thousands of people submit themselves for the talent pool every year.

Artists Tackle Social Media in Another Meh Episode of The Exhibit

Also, one contestant attempted three oil paintings in seven hours. It went as well as you can imagine.

Petition to Help Met Museum’s “Hot Dog King” Garners 40K+ Supporters

Dan Rossi, a disabled veteran, says poor city oversight has created too much competition among food vendors along the Fifth Avenue stretch.

Artist’s Tiny Home in a Dumpster Goes Viral on TikTok

Harrison Marshall’s 25-square-foot house cost him just $4,000, but some question its sustainability as the housing crisis continues.

Art Orgs Mobilize Support After Turkey-Syria Earthquakes

Artists and cultural organizations have been contributing to the post-disaster relief efforts despite their own needs for support.

How Art Helps Politicians Soften Their Image

Hande Sever’s latest installation explores how leaders in the US and Turkey have used visual art and film to project, modify, and erase history.

Chicken Activists Crash Miami Art Event to Protest “Corrupt” Politician

“The chickens give a voice to the voiceless in our community,” said Billy Corben, who participated in the action against commissioner Joe Carollo.

Bob Ross’s Grave

Gotha, Florida

Loyal fans of one television’s most famous painters still come to pay their respects. 

We Asked AI to Review Refik Anadol’s “Unsupervised” at MoMA

What does the internet’s most popular Artificial Intelligence chatbot have to say about Anadol’s AI-based artwork?


Can Brain Science Explain Why We Like Certain Artworks?

In a new study, researchers propose that the mind creates an opinion of an artwork after dissecting it into discrete elements.

Diaries of a Poster Curator

A great poster cuts through the visual noise of the world and holds its audience’s attention.

Art Problems: How Do I Get a Public Art Commission?

Want to leave a mark on your city or town, but don’t know where to start? Paddy Johnson has some tips.

AI Image Generators Finally Figured Out Hands

Midjourney fixed its inability to render hands realistically, one of the telltale signs of an image being AI-generated.

The Artist Helping Resolve Detroit’s Housing Problems

Oren Goldenberg’s latest project involves creating affordable housing for artists at a recycling center.

Inside the World of ‘Art Dropping’

Why you should be on the lookout for free paintings this March 12th.

New Art Books You Should Know, From Hilma af Klint to the Black Panther Party

Twelve titles on our reading list inquire about the practice of mudlarking, “cyberfeminism,” Lenape artists in New York City, and witchcraft in the age of technology.

What is Holi, the Hindu Festival of Color?

Welcoming spring and the season of harvest, Holi is inherently playful and joyous as it channels the love between Radha and Krishna.

Eight California Art Spaces Off the Beaten Track

Scenic, historic, and oh-so-very California spaces that justify an art pilgrimage.

The Art in America’s Largest Catholic Parish Church

St. Charles Borromeo Church features Mission Revival architecture, murals evocative of a Pixar movie, and nearly an acre of interior space.

A Day With the NY Sanitation Department’s Resident Artist

sTo Len, whose fascination with waste removal started when he was a child, is the agency’s current artist in residence.

Seven Stamps to Inspire Letter-Writing

USPS Director of Stamp Services William Gicker shares a selection of standouts over the years.

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