Indiana Art Association
Located in the Artists Hand Gallery at: 732 Philadelphia Street, Indiana PA 15701
Mailing Address: PO Box 448 Indiana, PA 15701 firstname.lastname@example.org
INDIANA ART ASSOCIATION OFFERS PLEIN AIR PAINTING WORKSHOP
Kicking off the summer outdoor painting season, a “Plein Air Painting at Blue Spruce Park” workshop is being offered by the Indiana Art Association (IAA). This introductory session will be taught by IAA member Beth Wheeler on Saturday, June 3rd from 2-6 p.m. Click on
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AA BOARD OFFICERS:
Janie Leck-Grela, M. Ed.
Vice President: Tom Arthurs email@example.com
Secretary: Pam Sagely
Treasurer: Dayas Silvis
Interim: Pam Sagely
Programs & Classes:
History: Julieann Knox
Scholarship: Julieann Knox
Interim: Janie Grela
Membership: Rick Miller
Exhibits: Tom Arthurs
Youth & Education:
Website & Social Networking: OPEN
Nominating: Jan Miles
Chair: Dayas Silvis
Member at Large:
View Our Work
Monday through Friday 8AM to 8PM
Urgi-Care Facility at IRMC:
Monday through Friday 8AM to 8PM & Saturday and Sunday 9AM to 5PM
The Artists Hand:
Gallery hours are Monday through Saturday 9AM to 5PM
Indiana County Chamber of Commerce
1019 Philadelphia Street
Monday through Thursday, 8AM to 5PM
Friday 8AM to 4PM
Other Community Exhibition spaces include:
Back to Nature
2450 Warren Rd
If you would like to exhibit your work, please contact the Exhibits Chair Person.
The Indiana Art Association was conceived to share the love of art and encourage and nurture growth together with other artists.
The purpose of the organization is to promote interest, appreciation and participation in the arts. We aim to stimulate the artistic growth and development of our members as individual artists through encouragement, education, exhibition of work and exchange of ideas. It is our desire to motivate public interest in the arts and function as aesthetically wise consumers and citizens ourselves.
"Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away."
-Antoine De Saint-Exupery