Perry County Council of the Arts

Building community through the arts and re-imagining creativity in rural landscapes

PCCA Gallery Shop Hours

Wednesday through Saturday, 10-4

 


 

Landis House Hours

Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10-4

26th Poetic Excellence Awards

Extended Deadline!

Entries Now Due August 1

2024 Contest Prizes

Our prizes include First, Second, Third, Honorable Mention(s), and the Siggy David Award for poems written in any form with the theme of “Divine,” chosen by last year’s SDA Award winner Ellie Cameron. Perry County residents will be eligible for the title of Perry County Poet Laureate.

CALL FOR ENTRY

10TH ANNUAL JURIED ART EXHIBITION

PCCA invities artists and makers to enter original work in traditional and non-traditional media to our 10th Juried Art Exhibition.
Visit our Call for Artists page for additional information, entry forms, and entry fee payment. 

Landis House

67 N 4 St, Newport, PA 17074

HAVE A CREATIVE SUMMER WITH PCCA

We are excited to offer art classes and workshops in macrame, watercolor, mosaics, jewelry, and more!

Be sure to check back for new classes! 

ALL art classes are hosted at our Landis House location unless otherwise noted.

67 N 4th St, Newport, PA 17074

VIEW OUR CURRENT LANDIS HOUSE EXHIBITION

Volunteer With Us!

Make a Difference in YOUR Community

As a volunteer for the Perry County Council of the Arts, you are the lifeblood of our organization’s efforts to improve the quality of life in our rural community through the arts. PCCA’s success is overwhelmingly due to our volunteer support.

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Summer Art Camps!

1 Seat Remaining in Plush Pals Stitching Camp

CANCELED - PerryLive! Steve Rudolph Holiday Concert
Sunday, December 4 at 3 p.m.
Landis House, 67 N. 4th Street, Newport, PA
This event has been cancelled due to illness. An attempt will be made to reschedule.

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Annual Report/ArtsReach Winter 2022 dual issue
Quilt Mural Trail Map

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

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