Bloomsburg PA Gallery Exhibits February 2019: The Exchange & Artspace

music themed art work with red violin blue banjo piano keys and more musical instruments

Valentine’s Day means romance, and Bloomsburg, PA’s galleries will put both a song and a little love in your heart with art exhibits this February. The current The Exchange Gallery exhibit is The Sound (and Sight) of Music on display … Continue reading

Susquehanna River Arts Artists Show April-May 2018

Painting of allee of green trees lining brown dirt path toward clearing with sunlight in distance

The Susquehanna River Arts Artists Show features ten artists from Bloomsburg and the surrounding area. Bucknell University’s Weis Center for the Performing Arts, The Columbia-Montour Visitors Bureau and the Susquehanna River Arts initiative collaborated to present this free exhibit at … Continue reading

Northeastern PA Art Gallery Exhibits Fall 2017

Three art works on grey wall - one seascape one blue architectural elements one sepia allee of trees

If you enjoy visiting art exhibits and galleries as part of your stay at The Inn, Farmhouse, and Brewing Co. at Turkey Hill in Bloomsburg, you always have lots of choices all year long! You’ll find The Exchange Gallery, Artspace … Continue reading

Bloomsburg PA: See Five Art Exhibits in Spring 2017!

Sunspot Emergent Red – framed gold and red cut paper geometric artwork with spiral patterns

Make plans to see the variety unique art exhibits this spring – you’ll find them at Bloomsburg University’s Haas Gallery, The Gallery at Greenly Center, The Exchange and Artspace Galleries, as well as Bucknell University’s Samek Gallery in Lewisburg, PA. … Continue reading

Bucknell University’s Weis Center Spring 2017 Highlights

Four acrobats performing in red, yellow, green circles on stage against black background Text: Weis Center for the Performing Arts

If you would enjoy a live theater, music, or dance performance during your getaway to Northeastern Pennsylvania this spring, here are some of the highlights from Weis Center for the Performing Arts’ schedule, ranging traditional Irish music to Chinese acrobats … Continue reading