Our region is packed with amazing galleries that showcase the visual arts in the best way possible. From The Exchange to Artspace, and the Bloomsburg University galleries, there is always something interesting on display. Our area art associations also help plan pop-up and regular visual arts events. Click any of the links below to learn about each gallery space or arts association and what they have to offer. All of the upcoming exhibitions are listed in the events calendar below.
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October 8 - November 25 Reception: Thursday, October 17 - 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM Throughout my first few years making art, my subject matter focused primarily on scenes inspired by the Pennsylvania landscape. Having lived most of my life in nearby Schuylkill County, I’m familiar with the local scenery. From our exquisite rolling farmland to the dramatic remnants of anthracite’s heyday, I employ a very stylized approach in my painting. In an attempt to classify my work, I’ve settled…Find out more »
UNDEAD A Group Show curated by Johnny Romeo Internationally acclaimed Australian Pop painter Johnny Romeo is proud to present his exciting new group show, UNDEAD. Romeo’s anticipated return to Williamsport, Pennsylvania comes off the back of two previous community initiatives, 2017’s ‘LA Residency (Local Access Residency)’ and 2018’s ‘Notes From the Underground’. Curated by Australia’s leading Pop artist and culture jammer, UNDEAD explores the notion of mortality and what it means to be remembered. Working with Williamsport-based art gallery Arthaus…Find out more »
October 23 - December 11 Jeff Repko creates assemblages that explore potential and possibilities through interactions of color and forms. Born in Pittsburgh, PA, after deindustrialization, his work explores notions of industry and the stories he heard growing up. Never truly having experienced the industrial era in the Pittsburgh, he feels both a distance and closeness to it. His work is a personal attempt to experience and create the physical objects, optimism, and a sense of community.Find out more »
Aug. 19 – Dec. 8 When punk first exploded as a counter-cultural movement in the mid-1970s, the music was loud, fast, angry, and raw. This exhibit focuses on the visual aesthetics of punk in posters, concert flyers, LPs and 45s, underground zines, photos, buttons and other cultural ephemera. Image: The Cortinas Defiant Pose/Independence, 1977. Poster, The Cortinas. Courtesy of the collection of Andrew Krivine.Find out more »
Seeking a space to present new political art, artists formed the Alternative Museum in New York in 1975. Like the museum, these prints by participating artists address social and humanitarian issues in their imagery that still resonate in today’s cultural landscape.Find out more »
Guerrilla Girls: Art of Behaving Badly Oct. 15 – Dec. 8 The Guerrilla Girls are feminist activist artists who use facts, humor and outrageous visuals to expose gender and ethnic bias in politics, art, film, and pop culture. They wear gorilla masks in public to protect their anonymity; they could be anyone and they are everywhere. Image: Women Get Resentful, 2018. Poster, Guerrilla GirlsFind out more »
The Factory Works Gallery at the Pajama Factory is inviting area art lovers to something really big with “GIANTSIZED: The Penultimate Exhibition of Brian James Spies,” which will be on display Nov. 1-21. For the past two and a half years, area artist Brian Spies has acted as the director and curator of the Factory Works Gallery, and after this December’s pop-up Holiday Market Cash N Carry Show, he will be retiring from that position. With that in mind, he…Find out more »
Coinciding with LGBTQ Symposium - “Living Proud: Your Presence Matters” ---OCT 1-DEC 3 RECEPTION: FRI, NOV 1, 6-8PMFind out more »
Evelyn Twitchell FIELD NOTES October 3rd, 2019 – January 11th, 2020 Opening reception with the artist Friday, October 4th, 6-8pm Milton Art Bank 23 South Front Street Milton, PA 17847 www.miltonartbank.com FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Evelyn Twitchell's artwork explores elements of the natural world. Much of her inspiration is derived from the light and landscape around her home on the Susquehanna River. She has had numerous solo shows in New York City and her work has been included…Find out more »
Artspace Gallery, located at 221 Center Street in Bloomsburg, will be hosting the exhibit, “The Texture of Becoming” from October 3rd until November 16th featuring the work of Deb Stabley, Bob McCormick, and Beth Aten. Deb’s work represents a new direction in which she focuses on the process of altering natural environments and the documentation of that process. Bob is exploring a variety of media and surfaces including century-old metal barn roofing, and Beth is combining paper, fabric, and stitching…Find out more »
Visual Arts News
The Pajama Factory is pleased to present two new exhibitions as part of its Factory Expansion program. The Factory Expansion program focuses on site specific works that engage the visitor/viewer beyond the gallery. These temporary installations place art that interact...
Dedicated to bringing the arts to all communities throughout our region, The Exchange again presents Columbia County’s biggest one-day outdoor art event of the year. The twelfth annual ArtFest will take place on Saturday, the 24th of August, 2019, from 10 a.m. to 5...
Pennsylvania artists are invited to participate in the annual judged Susquehanna Art Society Show for 2019. Membership in the society is not required. Last year’s entries totaled 228 pieces. There are three ability levels: advanced, intermediate and beginner. There is...
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