PCCA hosts a professional development series for artists to learn, network, and celebrate their craft!

AUG 17 – “Teaching Artist Toobox: The Basics” is designed to support new and experienced artists through the residency process with exciting collaborative sessions and workshops with professional teaching artists.

SEPT 14 – “The First Step—Pre-business Workshop,” with Bucknell University’s Small Business Development Center, helps aspiring entrepreneurs to begin the process of successful business ownership, including evaluating business ideas, developing a business plan and exploring financial options.

Sign up for one of our artist development workshops or both!

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Art Exhibitions

Check out some locally themed summer art exhibitions at PCCA Gallery and Landis House!

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Get Creative

Make some art and enter it into our upcoming exhibitions.

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Arts for ALL

The Arc of Cumberland & Perry Counties and PCCA bring inclusive art classes to Perry County!

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02mar9:30 am02nov12:30 pmCritique 101Class(march 2) 9:30 am - (november 2) 12:30 pm Landis House - Creative Commons

02apr9:30 am02dec12:30 pmCritique 101Class(april 2) 9:30 am - (december 2) 12:30 pm Landis House - Creative Commons

09augallday05octalldayFelting Iki(All Day) PCCA Gallery

09augallday04octalldayUp Close(All Day) Landis House - Creative Commons

23aug5:30 pm7:30 pmArtist's Reception: Felting Iki5:30 pm - 7:30 pm PCCA Gallery

23aug5:30 pm7:30 pmArtists' Reception: Up Close5:30 pm - 7:30 pm Landis House - Creative Commons

24augalldayalldayRSVP Deadline: Artisan Marketplace(All Day: saturday) PCCA Gallery

29aug6:30 pmCoffeehouse Open Mic6:30 pm Buddy Boy Winery & Vineyard

31augalldayalldayEntry Deadline: Annual Juried Exhibition(All Day: saturday) Landis House - Creative Commons

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PCCA has expanded its Quilt Mural Trail—a loop of 29 8′ x 8′ painted quilts mounted on barns along Perry, Juniata, and NOW Mifflin, county roadways. Students from each county participated in this Arts-in-Education project, which began in 2012.