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Art centers, community or university-based art galleries and galleries operating on a commercial basis that provide or subsidize facilities for the display and/or sale of paintings and other art, or which arrange special exhibits or shows which feature a particular artist, art form, artistic period or style. Unlike art museums, art galleries and other art centers do not generally own the works they display.

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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 Association of HarrisburgArt Gallery - Exhibitions of local and national art work; Art classes and Instruction; Sale of Art. Gallery visits are free.DauphinArt Association of HarrisburgArt Association of Harrisburg
Art for Justice - Art ExhibitsArt for Justice exhibits inmate art to stimulate a dialogue with viewers about the issues of violence, crime and incarceration. The artists have reached within to make creative responses while incarcerated. They share their works to bring public awareness to the absolute need for change and transformation throughout society. Since 1997 Art for Justice artworks have been displayed in exhibits in over 38 locations in the Philadelphia area including the Community College of Philadelphia, Temple University, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Pendell Hill, Swarthmore Presbyterian Church, Berean Presbyterian Church, White Dog Cafe, etc.MontgomeryArt for Justice - Montgomery; HarleysvilleArt for Justice
ArtsQuestA community-focused arts organization that promotes music, arts, festivals and art education in the Lehigh Valley. Presents 4,000 different classes, concerts and programs, more than 40 percent of which are free to attend. Among these are Musikfest, a 10-day summer music festival each August; Christkindlmarkt, a December holiday market; and 10 other festivals. Reaches more than 5,000 students and works with 100-plus community artists annually through its arts education programming at the Banana Factory arts center in Bethlehem. Presents more than 600 local and regional performing artists each year at its ArtsQuest Center and on the SteelStacks arts and cultural campus. Venue of ArtsQuest ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks 101 Founders Way Bethlehem, PA 18105 610-297-7100NorthamptonArtsQuestArtsQuest
Clay Studio - Classes and WorkshopsThe Clay Studio School strives to make itself accessible to students who are new to clay while offering compelling programming for its advanced students and the Philadelphia ceramics community at large. To do this, it employs an impressive array of experienced instructors, the majority of which hold their MFA in ceramics. TCS School maintains a solid base of traditional wheel throwing and handbuilding classes, yet it continually reinvents itself by offering "Specialty Classes" that keep up with current ceramic trends. These classes run the gambit from mold making to critical dialogues and are another way that The Clay Studio fulfills its mission of promoting broad access to the ceramic arts. The Clay Studio offers classes in clay for the community year-round in four sessions: Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall. You may sign up as a member at the same time that you register and receive the members price. Attention Educators: The Clay Studio is a Registered New Jersey Professional Development Provider. All of our classes and workshops qualify for New Jersey Professional Development Hours. Please contact Joanie Turbek at 215.925.3453 x11 or at joanie@theclaystudio.org for more information. Workshops The Clay Studio offers a variety of weekend, one day and morning workshops to accommodate your schedule.PhiladelphiaThe Clay Studio - Philadelphia; Old CityClay Studio
Lancaster County Art AssociationA non-profit organization with an emphasis on community service and teaching art. Offers art classes, art exhibits, programs and a meeting place for artists. LancasterLancaster County Art AssociationLancaster County Art Association
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
Main Line Art Center - ExhibitionsMain Line Art Center’s annual exhibitions include major shows in the main gallery, community exhibits in the welcome galleries, and seasonal fine crafts shows. These exhibitions feature the work of established and emerging artists, many of whom are members, faculty, and students. Guest artists and special workshops provide opportunities for professional advancement for local artists. Exhibition workshops, lectures, and panel discussions allow individuals in the community to become more involved in the process of making and understanding art. All shows at the Art Center are free and open to the public. The Art Center also brings art into the community through its public art projects, which reach a broad audience of non-traditional arts patrons.MontgomeryMain Line Art Center - Delaware; HaverfordMain Line Art Center
Perry County Council of the ArtsProvides arts-related services to the region. At the PCCA Gallery, over 180 member artists sell fine art & crafts to the public, Landis House is a venue for recitals, exhibits, classes & meetings. In addition, PCCA sponsors & publicizes off-site events & clubs that cater to youth, photographers, writers, poets, musicians and those who appreciate them.PerryPerry County Council of the ArtsPerry County Council of the Arts
Philadelphia Parks and Recreation - Visual Arts ProgramsProvides visual arts programs.PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia Parks and Recreation - Philadelphia; Center CityPhiladelphia Parks and Recreation

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