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Art 101 for Middle School/Junior High Students
Oct
14
5:00 PM17:00

Art 101 for Middle School/Junior High Students

These six art classes are designed to introduce students grades 6-9 to two and three dimensional art projects that that focus on satisfying the creative and energetic mind of the more serious art student. Various art styles such as optical art, mobile creation, and sculpture will be explored, along with getting familiar with artists such as Alexander Calder, M.C. Esher, Victor Vasarely, and Bridget Riley being presented.

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Art 101 for High School Students
Oct
15
5:00 PM17:00

Art 101 for High School Students

These six art classes will introduce students to the use of three basic mediums—drawing pencils, color pencils, and pastels—to develop technique-based drawing and art skills that will promote confidence and creativity with personal self-expression through the art process. This class is designed for students 15 years of age through adulthood who have a unique desire to learn basic art skills and techniques in the creation of “artistic expression.”

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Opening Reception: "A Walk on the Wild Side" Exhibition featuring Becky Mormack & June Drexler Robertson
Oct
17
6:00 PM18:00

Opening Reception: "A Walk on the Wild Side" Exhibition featuring Becky Mormack & June Drexler Robertson

This October, Latrobe Art Center presents “A Walk on the Wild Side,” an exhibition featuring the works of regional artists Becky Mormack and June Drexler Robertson. Both artists will showcase their animal artwork— from domestic pets to wildlife. The artists invite the public to an opening reception to celebrate the exhibition on Thursday, October 17, 6-8 p.m.

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Art 101 for High School Students
Oct
8
5:00 PM17:00

Art 101 for High School Students

These six art classes will introduce students to the use of three basic mediums—drawing pencils, color pencils, and pastels—to develop technique-based drawing and art skills that will promote confidence and creativity with personal self-expression through the art process. This class is designed for students 15 years of age through adulthood who have a unique desire to learn basic art skills and techniques in the creation of “artistic expression.”

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Art 101 for Middle School/Junior High Students
Oct
7
5:00 PM17:00

Art 101 for Middle School/Junior High Students

These six art classes are designed to introduce students grades 6-9 to two and three dimensional art projects that that focus on satisfying the creative and energetic mind of the more serious art student. Various art styles such as optical art, mobile creation, and sculpture will be explored, along with getting familiar with artists such as Alexander Calder, M.C. Esher, Victor Vasarely, and Bridget Riley being presented.

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Art 101 for High School Students
Oct
1
5:00 PM17:00

Art 101 for High School Students

These six art classes will introduce students to the use of three basic mediums—drawing pencils, color pencils, and pastels—to develop technique-based drawing and art skills that will promote confidence and creativity with personal self-expression through the art process. This class is designed for students 15 years of age through adulthood who have a unique desire to learn basic art skills and techniques in the creation of “artistic expression.”

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Art 101 for Middle School/Junior High Students
Sep
30
5:00 PM17:00

Art 101 for Middle School/Junior High Students

These six art classes are designed to introduce students grades 6-9 to two and three dimensional art projects that that focus on satisfying the creative and energetic mind of the more serious art student. Various art styles such as optical art, mobile creation, and sculpture will be explored, along with getting familiar with artists such as Alexander Calder, M.C. Esher, Victor Vasarely, and Bridget Riley being presented.

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Art 101 for High School Students
Sep
24
5:00 PM17:00

Art 101 for High School Students

These six art classes will introduce students to the use of three basic mediums—drawing pencils, color pencils, and pastels—to develop technique-based drawing and art skills that will promote confidence and creativity with personal self-expression through the art process. This class is designed for students 15 years of age through adulthood who have a unique desire to learn basic art skills and techniques in the creation of “artistic expression.”

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Art 101 for Middle School/Junior High Students
Sep
23
5:00 PM17:00

Art 101 for Middle School/Junior High Students

These six art classes are designed to introduce students grades 6-9 to two and three dimensional art projects that that focus on satisfying the creative and energetic mind of the more serious art student. Various art styles such as optical art, mobile creation, and sculpture will be explored, along with getting familiar with artists such as Alexander Calder, M.C. Esher, Victor Vasarely, and Bridget Riley being presented.

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Art 101 for High School Students
Sep
17
5:00 PM17:00

Art 101 for High School Students

These six art classes will introduce students to the use of three basic mediums—drawing pencils, color pencils, and pastels—to develop technique-based drawing and art skills that will promote confidence and creativity with personal self-expression through the art process. This class is designed for students 15 years of age through adulthood who have a unique desire to learn basic art skills and techniques in the creation of “artistic expression.”

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Art 101 for Middle School/Junior High Students
Sep
16
5:00 PM17:00

Art 101 for Middle School/Junior High Students

These six art classes are designed to introduce students grades 6-9 to two and three dimensional art projects that that focus on satisfying the creative and energetic mind of the more serious art student. Various art styles such as optical art, mobile creation, and sculpture will be explored, along with getting familiar with artists such as Alexander Calder, M.C. Esher, Victor Vasarely, and Bridget Riley being presented.

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Art 101 for High School Students
Sep
10
5:00 PM17:00

Art 101 for High School Students

These six art classes will introduce students to the use of three basic mediums—drawing pencils, color pencils, and pastels—to develop technique-based drawing and art skills that will promote confidence and creativity with personal self-expression through the art process. This class is designed for students 15 years of age through adulthood who have a unique desire to learn basic art skills and techniques in the creation of “artistic expression.”

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Art 101 for Middle School/Junior High Students
Sep
9
5:00 PM17:00

Art 101 for Middle School/Junior High Students

These six art classes are designed to introduce students grades 6-9 to two and three dimensional art projects that that focus on satisfying the creative and energetic mind of the more serious art student. Various art styles such as optical art, mobile creation, and sculpture will be explored, along with getting familiar with artists such as Alexander Calder, M.C. Esher, Victor Vasarely, and Bridget Riley being presented.

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Opening Reception: 9th Annual Mister Fred Rogers Fine Arts Juried Exhibition
Sep
5
6:00 PM18:00

Opening Reception: 9th Annual Mister Fred Rogers Fine Arts Juried Exhibition

Named in honor of everyone’s favorite neighbor—Latrobe native and beloved children’s television personality Fred Rogers—this juried art exhibition showcases the best artwork of our artistically inclined neighbors—locally and regionally. Each artist’s work was carefully selected by this year’s juror, The Westmoreland Museum of American Art’s director and CEO Anne Kraybill. Join us as we recognize the talent of these artists at the opening reception. Awards ceremony at 7:15 p.m.

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Opening Reception: Art Neighbors:  Latrobe Art Center / Greensburg Art Center Joint Exhibition
Jul
18
6:00 PM18:00

Opening Reception: Art Neighbors: Latrobe Art Center / Greensburg Art Center Joint Exhibition

This summer, Latrobe Art Center and Greensburg Art Center present the first annual Art Neighbors: Latrobe Art Center/Greensburg Art Center Joint Exhibition from Friday, July 5 – Sunday, August 25, 2019.

Join us as we recognize the talent of the member artists of both Latrobe Art Center and Greensburg Art Center at this opening reception.

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Opening Reception: Annual Open Show
Jun
13
6:00 PM18:00

Opening Reception: Annual Open Show

Latrobe Art Center’s Annual Open Show showcases the work of all artists—aspiring or experienced—in not only the Greater Latrobe Community, but in the southwestern Pennsylvanian region! Anyone ages 3 and up can submit artwork to this show. Join us as we recognize the talent of these artists at the opening reception. Awards ceremony at 7:15 p.m.

Light bites, drinks, and more will be available.

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