- November's exhibit highlights exemplary work by The Nittany Valley Chapter of The Embroiderers Guild of America, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation of and education in the art of needlework. The guild welcomes new members whatever your skill level. Members will also be on hand in the Library between 12-2 P.M. the first three Wednesdays and Saturdays of November during which time they will present their artistry in action. Come and enjoy this traditional, decorative art.more info
October is the perfect month for an exhibit of local artist Clay Anderson's extra-ordinary paintings. Reminiscent of the early 20th century Surrealist Movement in Italy, Mr. Anderson's work encorporates the realistic depiction of mundane objects and figures to create dream-like settings that the viewer will be sure to find inspirational.
Drop in to the Gallery at Schlow to view some truly unique art this month. John Hovenstine has created an exhibit using unexpected itemsBooks, audiovisual materials, periodicals. as art - as you view it, you may be taken back to a simpler era or you may be reminded of how things that may otherwise end up in a landfill can be used to make the world a more beautiful place for the future. Don't miss it!
The Art Alliance of Central PA presents artwork from its incredibly talented faculty. Stop by our gallery throughout August to enjoy this gorgeous display!more info
A retrospective on the works of M. Robert Des Marais will be featured in the gallery throughout the month of July. An associate professor at Pennsylvania State University, Des Marais was heavily influenced by Frank Lloyd Wright and was one of State College's most prolific architects. His design for the facade of the first Schlow Library on College Avenue will be among those prints on display.
The gallery is located on the first floor of the library next to the Community Room and the front entrance. The objective of our exhibits is to enrich the aesthetic environment of the library and the community and to promote works by local artists. Art is interpreted broadly to include paintings, sculpture, crafts, etc.
A gallery committee solicits and reviews applications from artists and oversees gallery operations. The committee meets periodically throughout the year to review applications.
Free Comic Book Day
Making Comics: A one-hour comics workshop where Mr. Jarod Rosello, local comic artist and author, will assist participants with writing and drawing their very own short comic story.
This is an all-ages event. No prior drawing skills or art supplies are necessary, but creativity and imagination are required.