Art Neighbors:

Latrobe Art Center / Greensburg Art Center

Joint Exhibition


Once upon a time in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, there were two neighboring art centers. Only 10 miles away from each other, these art centers, independently of each other, became hubs of creativity—places for local artists to share their art with the surrounding communities, teach artistic techniques to artists of all skill levels, and educate children and adults alike on appreciation of the visual arts. Both embraced roles as cultural and educational nonprofits dedicated to the visual arts, and both flourished.

One day these neighboring art centers realized that they had many of the same exhibiting artists and many of the same goals—with the biggest goal being to create a community of artists. So, Latrobe Art Center and Greensburg Art Center decided, in the year 2019, to join their artist communities together for one great big exhibition of their exhibiting artists every year.

Each art center will take turns hosting this annual exhibition. The 2019 exhibition will be hosted by Latrobe Art Center, while the 2020 exhibition will be held at Greensburg Art Center.  Artists from both art centers will have the chance to showcase their work—possibly to a new audience who is not familiar with their work!

So please be our neighbor for the first annual Art Neighbors: Latrobe Art Center / Greensburg Art Center Joint Exhibition!



Best in Show—$500

First Place—$400

Second Place—$300

Third Place (In Memory of Joseph & Pauline Knott) —$200

Honorable Mentions—$100

People’s Choice—$100

Exhibition Guidelines
Deadline June 28, 2019


  • Open to all artists 18 years of age or older who are currently Gallery Participants at Latrobe Art Center or members at Greensburg Art Center.

  • Each artist may submit up to two (2) original entries.

  • All work must be the submitting artist’s own original design and concept, created independently and completed within the last five years, and not shown within a 50 mile radius of both Greensburg Art Center and Latrobe Art Center.

  • Reproductions of original artwork will not be accepted.

  • All media is accepted and encouraged, both two-dimensional and three-dimensional.

  • Artwork should not exceed 50” in any direction.

  • Works on paper (watercolors, pastels, graphics, and photographs) and batiks must be framed under glass for their protection.

  • All entries must be ready for exhibition. Pictures must be ready to hang and sculptures should stand securely.




ADRIENNE HEINRICH, sculptor and painter and installation artist was educated at the Cleveland Institute of Art.  Her work is represented in the permanent collections of Carnegie Museum of Art, the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art, the Heinz Endowments, The Westmoreland Museum of American Art, and the Contemporary Museum of Montecatini, Italy.  She has exhibited yearly at galleries in New York City, Washington D.C., and throughout Pennsylvania. Adrienne has been an adjunct assistant professor at Carnegie Mellon University and Seton Hill University.  Her work is represented in over sixty corporate collections and many private collections.  She has been awarded eleven jurors’ awards in the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh (AAP) Annual exhibitions.  While serving on the board of the AAP, she developed a high school Visual Arts Program in the Pittsburgh Public Schools which is still operating today. Working since 1990, she has been a teaching artist in the Residency program in many Pennsylvania schools and three universities.

Adrienne has been designated as a Master Visual Artist in the greater Pittsburgh area.  She has been awarded the honor of Pittsburgh Artist of the Year in 2002, and Touchstone Center for Crafts Artist of the Year in 2016, each of which was accompanied by a one person exhibition.


entry fee

Artists are asked to submit a nonrefundable fee of $25.00 for up to two (2) entries.

Make checks payable to:

Latrobe Art Center

and mail to:

819 Ligonier Street

Latrobe, PA 15650


ID Cards

Artwork must be identified on the back with the following information:

  • Artist’s Name

  • Address

  • Email

  • Title

  • Medium

  • Date of Completion

  • Price

  • Home Gallery (can be both Greensburg Art Center and Latrobe Art Center) 

Please indicate the “Top” of your piece.

delivery of work

Artwork will be accepted Wednesday, June 26—Friday, June 28 at Latrobe Art Center between the hours of 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.  All artwork must be delivered at this time with ID card and filled out entry form. Hand-delivered work must be safely packaged to be transported.



This exhibition will be on display from Friday, July 5—Sunday, August 25.

Opening Reception and Award Presentation will be on Thursday, July 18, 2019 from 6 – 8 p.m.



All entries must be picked up at Latrobe Art Center on Monday, August 26—Wednesday, August 28, 10 a.m.—3 p.m.  Latrobe Art Center will not store artwork.



All work will be handled with care. Greensburg Art Center and Latrobe Art Center are not responsible for any damages.



Generally work submitted should be for sale. However, if you wish to exhibit pieces that you do not wish to sell, indicate “Not For Sale” with a zero for the price. A sales commission of 30% will be retained by Latrobe Art Center on all sales. All sales are handled by the staff of Latrobe Art Center.