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Robin Grass

Flying High, n.d.

Acrylic, 28" x 44"

Courtesy of the artist

 

 

 

 



 

Current Exhibition

In the Elizabeth Shaw Gamble Gallery

Southwestern Pennsylvania Council for the Arts 22nd Annual Regional Juried Art Exhibition

November 17 through February 4

 

Click Here to learn more about our current exhibition!

Future Exhibitions

Artists of the 21st Century: Student Art Exhibition - February 16 through April 22

 

Upcoming Events

Opening Reception for Southwestern Pennsylvania Council for the Arts 22nd Annual Regional Juried Art Exhibition - November 18

 

Lunch a l'Art with Shirley Iscrupe - January 18

 

Poetry Out Loud Regional Finals - January 23 (Snow date: January 25)

 

Lunch a l'Art with Barbara Carroll - February 22

 

Opening Reception for Artists of the 21st Century - March 4

 

Lunch a l'Art with Susan Novak - March 15

 

Stan Gordon presents "Strange Aspects of the Elusive Bigfoot" - March 21 and 22 (program repeats both nights)

 

Easter Egg Hunt - March 24

 

Lunch a l'Art with Peter O'Rourke - April 19

 

View our current Events & Exhibitions Brochure

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SAMA capped its expansion in 1997 with a move westward into Westmoreland County. The Ligonier Valley Museum is modeled on an authentic log cabin design that reflects the historic community and is surrounded by numerous flower gardens. The Walter Carlyle Shaw Paperweight Collection is on permanent display in a custom installation that frames the exhibition gallery.

     

SAMA LIGONIER VALLEY
One Boucher Lane & Route 711 South
Ligonier, PA 15658

Phone (724) 238-6015
Fax (724) 238-6281

ligonier@sama-art.org

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Hours of Operation
Tuesday - Friday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Saturday and Sunday: 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Closed Mondays and holidays

The Museum is closed for installation between exhibitions.