We are proud to be the hub for arts & culture in Johnstown, PA and beyond for over 52 years! Whether you're a beginner or a pro—or simply a lover of the arts—you're invited to get connected with all that's happening at the Community Arts Center!
Classes & Workshops feature a wide variety of different art forms! Classes & summer camps for kids are also available!
Join us for long-established traditions like our Log House Arts Festival & Holly Bazaar, as well as many other smaller events throughout the year!
We are proud to host two (soon to be three) permanent exhibits as well as rotating monthly exhibits or art from the finest artists in PA.
Be the first to know what's happening, receive discounts on classes, workshops, and event tickets, and more! Our yearly memberships start at just $15 for an individual!
Our beautiful facility is the perfect spot for your wedding, shower, party, or other event!
Thank you for your generosity to our Sustaining Fund Drive, keeping the arts alive in Cambria County!
We partner with a variety of groups to promote the arts in Cambria County.
We're the meeting place for the Johnstown Camera Club, Art League and Woodcarvers Club!
We offer a collection of books for sale by local authors!
Your Community Arts Center CARES about YOU!
“In light of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, your Community Arts Center of Cambria County has been officially open to the general public as of Monday, June 29, 2020. During this time, it has been our priority to find innovative ways to serve you. Through safety measures, sanitation protocols, the wearing of masks, and social distancing the Center has implemented a number of initiatives such as Summer Arts Camps, Adult Classes & Workshops, outdoor Coffee House Series, outdoor theatrical performances, and an exhibition on display in the Goldhaber-Fend Fine Arts Center gallery. Our goal is to provide the Cambria County community and surrounding regions with a variety of artistic offerings. Beginning September 1st, we will have the Virtual Arts Festival happening, along with the Fall Semester. We are currently gearing up for the 50th anniversary of the Holly Bazaar that will open in November. We thank you all for your support and understanding as things have transitioned so greatly over the last months. (At this point, masks are required for all participation in activities. A few outdoor/well ventilated initiatives will be left to the discretion of the attendee and announced at the particular event.) The Community Arts Center wants to remind you how important you are to us, and that we are working hard to creatively provide new ways to experience art, as we all anxiously await our new normal.”
-Angela R. Godin, Executive Director
The Community Arts Center will continue to take our lead from the White House, Governor Wolf, and the CDC’s recommendations regarding Social Distancing, the Requirements of Facial Masks, and Sanitation Protocols. If for any reason you would like to contact us, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (814) 255-6515.
Accessibility is available upon request for those with disabilities or special needs issues. Please give us as much advance notice as possible to accommodate your needs.