Arts & Culture
Arts and culture thrive in the Susquehanna River Valley! Discover Art Deco and Victorian architecture, concerts-in-the-park, murals, galleries, museums, musical performances, wineries and so much more. To see current exhibitions and art-related happenings, visit our calendar of events page.
State-Designated Artisan Trails
Route 45 is one of the Commonwealth's designated Artisan Trails, called "Art Thrives on 45". From Mooresburg in the east to the village of Water Street in the west, Route 45 traverses some of Pennsylvania's most stunning countryside and is home to a wealth of artists and craftsmen working in both contemporary and traditional styles. Consider taking a road trip along this scenic and culturally-thriving route while you're in the Susquehanna River Valley. More info
Route 15 is another state-designated Artisan Trail, called "Byway of the Arts". The trail will guide you to artistic adventures with Pennyslvania's scenic countryside serving as a beautiful backdrop along the way. This Artisan Trail is approximately 180 miles running north to south, captivating you with rural hideaways and quaint shops to hip urban galleries and distinctive lodging choices. More info
Or visit our Regional Arts Calendar
The galleries are a program of Bucknell University that create meaningful encounters between artists, students, scholars, the public and works of art. Two gallery locations: Samek Art Gallery - 3rd fl. Elaine Langone Center, Bucknell University, and Downtown Art Gallery - 416 Market St., Lewisburg.
Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble is celebrating 35 years of bringing live, professional theatre to our community. For more information,please visit our website at www.BTE.org
A real art store. Knowledgeable and friendly staff. Beginner to professional. Since 1989.
The 70+ members of the Buffalo Valley Singers from a four-county area perform a wide range of musical styles during two seasons, September to December for a Christmas concert and January to May for two spring concerts. Committed to community service, BVS participates in the Lights of Love ceremony and a spring memorial service for the Evangelical Hospice program as well as donating proceeds from a spring concert to a local cause. An ensemble group and a quartet perform in community and other special events upon request. BVS began in 1973 as the Mifflinburg Community Choir. Former directors include Tom Ruhl (23+ years) and Rita Griffith (7 years). Connie Pawling-Young is the current director.
Built in 1941, the Campus Theatre in downtown Lewisburg is an excellent example of art deco architecture. From its 16 foot murals to its etched glass doors, nearly all of the interior and exterior fixtures remain intact today. Open nightly, the theatre shows first-run, independent and classic films as well as specialized film festivals.
The Community Arts Center is dedicated to artistic excellence and providing Williamsport, PA and the surrounding areas with professional performing arts. Take in one of our inspiring arts programs, ranging from music to dance to comedy to Broadway theater.
Live theatrical performances, corporate events, concerts and shows!
The Elias Church was build in 1806 and served both the German Reformed and Lutheran congregation until 1857. Restoration of the church began in 2005 and has been restored to its original state: featuring a wine glass pulpit, arched LeigenderStuhl trusses, original plank flooring, curved ceiling and three sided gallery. Now open as a performing arts venue; come enjoy music, theatre, children's and educational programs.
Throughout the Endless Mountain Music Festival concert season, experience a 60 piece orchestra on the weekends with chamber music during the week. Free concerts for children make the festival a family destination. Visit our website for more details.
Handcrafted custom furniture influenced by the attention to craftsmanship and details of the Arts & Crafts and Shaker movements and the simple, breathtaking beauty of Pennsylvania's natural hardwoods.
Sponsor of the annual Lewisburg Arts Festival.
Helping preserve and restore Sunbury.
A Professional Summer Theatre located in Central PA with over 17,000 visitors a year. Established in 1963, this season the theatre will include a mix of classics along with new premiers at Millbrook from musicals to comedies that are great for all ages.
1949 Art Deco landmark containing artists' studios, bowling alley, community kitchen, developing historical museum, and more. The new heartbeat of Bloomsburg's downtown. Come on in!
The Center in Millersburg, Pennsylvania was built to house the center's collection of hundreds of original works. It also showcases works of contemporary artists from around the country. The Center's lands offer a tranquil outdoor experience on more than 500 contiguous acres of rustic beauty.
The NCAH is established to enhance the quality of life, economic development and tourism in Northumberland and surrounding counties through promotion of the arts for all age groups by offering cultural and educational programs and exhibits.
Custom framing, restoration services for frames, photos and paintings.
"Shop for quality pottery in a historic setting on Penns Creek".
Founded in 1988, the Stadler Center for Poetry is a literary center offering a wide range of programs and residencies for emerging and established poets and writers for 25 years.
Nearly one-hundred singers perform major choral works in concerts throughout the year in the Susquehanna Valley.
Professional and campus music, dance, and theatre events, as well as lectures, convocations, and other functions are held in the 1,200 seat Weis Center, an architecturally striking and acoustically exceptional performance hall.
Come hear the jewel of downtown Williamsport! Under the direction of Maestro Gerardo Edelstein, the WSO is a professional regional symphony orchestra with performances that cater to any musical taste.