If you are interested in exhibiting with us please email us with your name, contact information, and a sample of your work.

CURRENT EXHIBIT

We have new exhibits running every month.

 

Opening Reception is always the FIRST FRIDAY

of the month from 6:00 - 8:00 PM

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Art of Magical Realism Exhibition

Art of Magical Realism Exhibition


Having a long term interest in symbolism, Kathryn Noska portrays the deeper meaning of things by representing their beauty and form through imagery, while expressing the emotional connections to and uplifting qualities of human nature. According to Noska, "in my work, an object is not just an object - they are always characters in a story which you get to write. Remember - A rock may not just be a rock."


Join us for the opening reception, Friday, October 1st , from 6– 8 pm.
This exhibit will run October 1st through October 31st.

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Made in L.A Gallery Exhibition

Made in L.A. Gallery Exhibition


Immerse yourself in L.A.’s street art movement right here at the Hazleton Art League! NEPA native Mark Peterson returns to our area after 14 years in Los Angeles to share his extensive street art collection. You will see artists’ works primarily from L.A.’s Latinx and African American communities that include street art, outsider art, abstracts,
landscapes and much more! Featured artists include Mazo, Kellybrew, Sarah K. Flora, andDan Levin, Santa Barbara-based assemblage artist.


Join us for the opening reception, Friday, September 3, from 6 – 8 pm.
This exhibit will run September 3 through September 26.

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James Moran Gallery Exhibition

TAKE A TRIP BACK IN TIME WITH JAMES MORAN

Experience the nostalgia of days gone by in Hazleton at the Hazleton Art League!

 

At the opening reception, we invite you to dress in your best 1920s attire to really get into the spirit of things. It will be a lively time with fun and refreshments. This is an event you won't want to miss! 

This exhibit will run August 6 through August 29, 2021

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WagonWorks Mixed Artist Show

WAGONWORKS MIXED ARTIST GALLERY SHOW

Experience the Art Collective: WagonWorks at the Hazleton Art League.

 

The opening reception will be a full interactive experience including: a bike building demo, videos from a walk across country, unique/custom art and 3-D printing.

This exhibit will run July 2 through August 1, 2021

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ART YOUTH EXPO

ART YOUTH EXPO!

This annual event celebrates the work of 13-30 year old artists with a world class exhibit and cash prizes for the artists! The event includes a gallery show gala, performers, delicious food, giant community art projects, live art being created, live music, a poetry slam, and more.

This exhibit ran June 4 through June 27, 2021

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Duality Observation & Discovery Exhibit

Duality Oberservation & Discovery Exhibit

This exhibit will WOW you on many levels. It is combining the work of 3 life-time artists from Phoenixville; Rhona Candeloro, Neil Dreibelbis, and Robert D. Libby.

 

This exhibit ran May 7 through May 23, 2021

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SENIORS of the ARTS&HUMANITIES ACADEMY

VISUAL ART 4 STUDIO SENIOR PORTFOLIO CLASS

This is the 4th graduating class of the Visual Arts Studio of the Arts & Humanities Academy under the instruction of Ms. Anne Flowers, who is in her 27th year of teaching. She has taught these students every school day, all year, for 4 years since they were accepted into this audition-only program.

Several students have already been accepted into schools such as Edinboro, Drexel, Kutztown, Moore College of Art & Design, School of the Arts Institute in Chicago, Tyler (Temple), and Kutztown.

This exhibit ran April 9 through May 2, 2021

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COUNTER ENCOUNTER by Dave Kube

This is a show that will tickle your senses with colors, movement, and meaning. Please come out and join us for this spectacular event.

"Counter Encounter's underlying focus is on the idea of vulnerable populations trying to create a better world by escaping or changing the current one. It has a lot of influence from sci-fi, and utilizes photography in various ways.”

This exhibit ran March 12 through March 28, 2021