AN UPDATE FOR OUR COMMUNITY (Updated 3/27/20)

  

In light of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, your Community Arts Center of Cambria County feels it best to take its lead from the White House telework/remote working guidance and the CDC’s recommendation to postpone all events that would host crowds larger than 10 attendees for the next eight weeks. For the safety of the Center’s staff, volunteers, instructors, members, patrons, and the potential attendees, it is our decision to close our facility beginning Monday, March 16th. At this time, we have cancelled the 2020 Spring Semester of classes, workshops, and ARTy pARTies. The Community Arts Center staff will be working hard (remotely) on the future dynamically wonderful programming and events that we will be offering you once this pandemic has passed. We will be rescheduling all events for the next eight weeks. New event dates will be shared as they become available on our website and social media outlets. Please bear with us as we will be reaching out to all individuals who have purchased tickets already, as well as posting information publicly at our earliest convenience about all rescheduled dates. Due to our high call volumes and limitations to our remote accessibility to our phone lines, please reach out to us through email for the quickest response. caccc@atlanticbbn.net

To directly contact the administrative staff please see the following.


Angela R. Godin, Executive Director agodin@caccc.org 

Kate Rafas, Design & Social Media Manager krafas@caccc.org 

Jen Fultz, Education & Outreach Coordinator jfultz@caccc.org

Pat Hofscher, Development Coordinator phofscher@caccc.org



Thank you for helping us keep the Arts Alive in Cambria County while you stay healthy!

 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! 

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GOT ART?

Got Art? We sure do! Check out our new online hub for all things ART! We've got art & craft videos for all ages hosted by the very artists that make your Community Arts Center thrive. We're keeping the arts alive from home during this social isolation period!

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remoteART

RemoteART - our first social media art contest - came about as a way to keep artists occupied during COVID-19 home isolation. WINNERS ARE ANNOUNCED!

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We've always got a lot going on here at the Community Arts Center! Coming Up: Richard G. Baker Luncheon, Great American Auction, and An Evening With Mark Ed! New dates for many events are now posted!

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WE'RE EXPANDING!

“Many blessings and Mother Nature are on our side! The Community Arts Center has been fortunate to move full speed ahead with the M. Josephine Paul Family Museum. We have completed the exterior walls of the first floor, poured the second floor and foundation floor, and are partially completed with the second-floor exterior walls. It is our optimistic hope that we will be underroof in the near future. This two story, 5,500 square foot addition will extend from the current Goldhaber-Fend Fine Arts Center, adding the M. Josephine Paul Family Museum, a black box theatre, outdoor amphitheater, and a multipurpose room. For the progress of the Goldhaber-Fend Fine Arts Center renovations, the new carpeting has been 60% installed in the gallery, the HVAC system has been updated, and the lobby and hall have been freshly painted, with new dropped ceiling, gallery lighting, and the remainder of the gallery carpeting to be installed in April.”

-Angela R. Godin, Executive Director


More information on our expansion project is coming soon.