First Ever Greensburg ArtsWalk is this Saturday

With the abundance of art and culture in in Greensburg, the first ever Greensburg ArtsWalk is sure to be a great success. From live chalk drawing from Erik Greenawalt at the Museum Loading Dock from 11-5 to live music at the Museum, DV8 Espresso Bar and Gallery, City Hall and in the Art in the Alley, to plenty of art and happenings throughout downtown Greensburg, it will be a busy art filled day!

The Greensburg ArtsWalk is a self-guided event showcasing local, regional and national artists at each stop, including the Westmoreland Cultural Trust’s Incubator for the Arts, Seton Hill University’s galleries and Art Yard, DV8 Espresso Bar and Gallery and more! You will be able to stroll through downtown Greensburg at your own pace, meet some of the artists and discover multiple art ‘happenings’ all day.

Art Happens is an interactive public art project developed by The Westmoreland Museum of American Art and located in Greensburg’s central business district. In partnership with the Greensburg Community Development Corporation (GCDC) and the City of Greensburg, this community project will place select details of the Museum’s collection directly into the city where people live, work, and play.

Make sure to use #GbgArtsWalk on all of your social media posts throughout the day!

Grab a Map

Start out at one of the information stations, The Westmoreland Museum of American Art front desk or the tent set up at the Courthouse Square, to pick up a map and plan your day.

Download a Greensburg ArtsWalk Map

Full schedule on The Westmoreland website

Greensburg ArtsWalk Schedule and Stops

Stop 1 – The Westmoreland Museum of American Art

  • Museum Loading Dock – Art Happens Installation: Portrait of George Washington by Rembrandt Peale
  • Information Spot – pick up a map and find out information about all the Greensburg ArtsWalk events
  • 11am – 5pm: Watch Erik Greenawalt (aka the Chalking Dad) complete a chalk art reproduction of George Washington.
  • 3:30 pm: Phat Man Dee and Liz Berlin perform a rock/jazz concert featuring songs from their upcoming release, Social Justice Disco!
  • Sandwitchcraft Food Truck and Kona Ice of Westmoreland will be stationed outside of the Museum’s North entrance on Academy Hill Place.
  • The Westmoreland offers FREE admission for visitors to explore Emigration-Immigration-Migration: Five Photographic Perspectives, Tell Us Your Immigration Story, the permanent collection galleries and the Center for Creative Connections. In addition, the Museum organized these six Happenings inspired by the artworks featured at four Art Happens locations throughout downtown. Note: In case of rain, all Happenings will take place in the Museum.

Stop 2 – Fotorecord Print Center

  • Art Happens Installation: Portrait of Mike Kessel by Francis Komperda
  • 11am-5pm: Incubator artist Nick Silvis exhibits his show Hushed 

Stop 3 – Trinity United Church

  • Art Happens Installation: Two Children by Mary Jean Peale

Stop 4 – St. Clair Park

  • Art Happens Installation: White Dog Standing on Victorian Sofa by Unknown
  • 11am – 4pm: The Westmoreland’s Education Department and teachers from local school districts invite participants to make puppets and join in spontaneous puppet parades throughout the day.

Stop 5 – The White Rabbit Cafe and Patisserie

  • Art Happens Installation: Imbibers (the Coke Drinkers) by Richard Wilt

Stop 6 – Westmoreland Cultural Trust

Open Studios at the Incubator for the Arts (102 N. Main St.)

  • 11am-2pm: Moira Richardson – Studio 224
  • 11am-3pm: Bradley Weyandt – Studio 210
  • 11am-5pm: Sean Blair – Studio 208
  • 11am-5pm: Sheila Cuellar-Shaffer – Studio 222
  • 11am-5pm: Marc Snyder – Studio C (108 N. Main St.)
  • 12pm-3pm: Patrick Mahoney – Studio 242
  • 12pm-4pm: Daisher Rocket – Studio 220

Stop 7 – Art in the Alley

  • 11am: Stage Right! Sensations performing “Dancing in the Street” and Susan Yadamec Dancers performing “I Hope You Dance”
  • Bands will be performing on the loading dock throughout the day:
    • 11:30am-1:30pm: Rachel Leigh
    • 1:30-3:30pm: Victoria Morgan Band
    • 3:30-5pm: The Moment
  • Plus:
    • Live painting from Brandi Bee, Sarah Hunter, Patrick Mahoney, Stacey Pydynkowski, Moira Richardson and Pamela Cooper (Greensburg Art Center)
    • Children’s activity with Westmoreland Arts & Heritage Festival
    • Mosaic Art Activity with Pottery Playhouse
    • Caricatures by Ray Kuchinka, face painting by Celeste, photo opp with Carey Busatto Photography

Stop 8 – Seton Hill Arts Center

  • 11am-5pm: See student work in progress, 3D printing, senior art exhibitions and talk to students about their artwork at Open Studios.
  • 11am-5pm: Incubator artist Nick Silvis exhibits his show Hushed 
  • 11am-1pm: Graphic Design Project Space
  • 12-2pm: Interactive art making at the Art Hive
  • 12-4pm: Artwork Sale from Students in the Arts and Student Art Therapy Association
  • 2-4pm: Hot Metal Foundry Pour
  • 2-4pm: Raku Firing
  • Art Happens Installation: Two Sisters by Alfred Henry Maurer

Stop 9 – Courthouse Lawn

  • Information Spot – pick up a map and find out information about all the Greensburg ArtsWalk events

Stop 10 – Greensburg YMCA

  • Art Happens Installation: The Swimming Pool by Dorothy Lauer Davids
  • 8am-1pm: Get in a workout before an awesome day of art with free community access to Les Mills Classes at the Y. Plus, your waived joiner’s fee will be waived when you sign up for a membership on April 14 (a $100 value).

Stop 11 – First Commonwealth Bank

  • Art Happens Installation: The Iron Worker by Garrit Albertus Beneker (not installed yet)

Stop 12 – Pennsylvania Avenue Parklet

  • Art Happens Installation: Sun Bath Tat is Hot by Anthony DeBarnardin-Burghet
  • 11:30 am and 12:30 pm: Dancers from FitnessEnvi, led by Aubrey Worek, perform a site-specific dance piece titled “7 Inches from the Midday Sun”.
  • 2pm: Local rock funk band Kaelber invokes Sun Bath Tat’s mid-century vibe with a set featuring classic 1960s rock and original songs.

Stop 13 – DV8 Espresso Bar and Gallery

  • Greensburg acrylic painter Maggie Nemetz will display her work in the main gallery with an exhibition titled Quotidian Life. In the espresso bar, local artists exhibiting work will include landscapes by Sandy Mears; mixed media by Benjamin Kokoska; photography by Charles Dangelo, Alex Concannon and Kimberly Rentier; pen & ink works by Susan Hoak; and pottery by Francis DeFabo and Mary Briggs.
  • Chalkboard art by Angie Shaw
  • Metal Sculptures by Michael Riggs

Stop 14 – Greensburg Hempfield Area Library

  • Art Happens Installation: Peggy Reading to Elizabeth by Frederick Andrew Bosley
  • 12-1pm: Bring or borrow a book and join the Read-a-Thon on the library’s porch

Stop 15 – Andrews Photography

  • Art Happens Installation: Self-Portrait by Mary Regensburg Feist

Stop 16 – Greensburg City Hall

  • Art Happens: Parade by Joseph Sheppard
  • 1pm: The Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra String Quartet plays patriotic and easy listening favorites, such as Sweet Clementine and Yankee Doodle Dandy.

Stop 17 – All Saints Brewing Company

  • Art Happens Installation: Industries of Holyoke by Aiden Lassell Ripley

Stop 18 – Greensburg Art Center

  • Contemporaries – Exhibition of 16 local artists
  • Silent Auction of donated art pieces benefitting the Greensburg Art Center

Other Happenings and Greensburg Shop Specials

McFeely’s Gourmet Chocolate – S. PA Ave

  • $1 off any ice cream purchase

Serenity Bead Shop – Main St.

  • Local jewelry artist ‘Anita Kozinko’ will be instructing students in an intensive bead embroidery project as well as displaying some of her stunning published pieces.
  • Artwork by talented mixed media artist and instructor ‘Barb Cherwaty’ will be exhibited.

Flat Tire Co. Bike Shop

  • Kalie Leksell art on display in the entrance
  • Buy a 2018 bike model and they pay sales tax (6%)
  • Buy a bike $999 or more and get a free paid of Goodr OG Glasses
  • Save 10% on repair parts

Meet Mister Panda

  • Mister Panda will be strolling through the Greensburg ArtsWalk tomorrow taking photos with his fans. From time to time, he will stop at Sheila Cuellar Shaffer’s Studio at 102 North Main Street, Suite 222 (second floor) to sign autographs.

Food Trucks


Make sure to use #GbgArtsWalk on all of your social media posts throughout the day!

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