Artists for Art
Artists for ART (AFA) is an organization of regional visual artists whose mission is to promote the appreciation of visual arts in the community; to promote the work of local artists and others; and to provide support for local visual artists. Visit my individual Artists Page at the AFA site.
Connecting your world to the Arts, Entertainment, Recreation, and Lifestyle in and around Northeast Pennsylvania since 1998.
The Official Arboretum of the Commonweath of Pennsylvania.
Philip Hone Gallery
Considering the role that Pennsylvania has played in the coal and steel industry, it's no wonder that Honesdale is steeped in commercial history, based around the local coal mines. The town was laid out in 1826, and was originally called Dyberry Forks. The main purpose for its existence was to provide a terminal for canal barges that carried coal to New York City markets. At one time Honesdale had the largest stockpile of coal in the world. Named after Philip Hone, former Mayor of New York and president of the Delaware and Hudson Canal Company, it takes pride in being the 'birthplace of American railroad' – the place where the first commercial steam locomotive in the US was operated.
Wayne County Arts Alliance
The Wayne County Arts Alliance supports the arts with professional, educational and recreational activities by providing worthy programs and services to youth and adults, and public forums for the discussion of cultural issues and a means of their resolution.
Visit my individual Artists Page at the Wayne County Arts Alliance Site.
Woodmere Art Museum
The Woodmere Art Museum celebrates Philadelphia's artistic legacy through its permanent collection, exhibitions, and educational programs.