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    Taxonomy Code: TA-5500.0500

    Institutions that acquire, preserve and exhibit permanent and/or traveling collections of art objects including fine art, decorative art, folk/ethnic art and textiles that are collected primarily for their aesthetic qualities and their importance as representatives of a particular artistic tradition or style. Included are museums that are dedicated to one or a combination of the following: paintings, drawings, etchings, engravings, woodcuts, photographs, sculpture, ceramics, serigraphy, architecture, furniture, silverware, jewelry and other art forms which represent the artistic vision of various societies.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Allentown Art MuseumArt museum offering exhibits, programs for children and families and support for arts-in-education initiatives on a regional level. The permanent collection consists of over 13,000 works of art. LehighAllentown Art MuseumAllentown Art Museum
    Art-Reach - Ticketing ProgramThe Ticketing Program distributes donated and discounted tickets to performing-arts events, museums and other cultural institutions through our network of human-service agencies and schools.PhiladelphiaArt-Reach - Philadelphia; Logan SquareArt-Reach
    Erie Art MuseumProvides art classes for children and adults throughout the year. Tours are tailored to all ages and interests, and financial aid is available for low income groups.ErieErie Art MuseumErie Art Museum
    Lancaster Museum of ArtRecognized as: -One of the largest cultural organizations in the region responsible for an extensive collection of works by contemporary regional artists -A vital educational resource serving students and partnering with city and county schools to enhance curriculum in the visual arts -Conservator of the historically significant 1845-46 Grubb Family Mansion LancasterLancaster Museum of ArtLancaster Museum of Art
    Philadelphia Museum of Art - ExhibitsPhiladelphia Museum of Art exhibits.PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia Museum of Art - School and Teacher ProgramsPhiladelphia Museum of Art
    Woodmere Art Museum - Art Classes and WorkshopsOffers a variety of art classes and art programs for adults and kids. Scholarships available: Scholarships for students grades K-12 are available based on financial need.PhiladelphiaWoodmere Art Museum - Philadelphia; Chestnut HillWoodmere Art Museum

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