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Weis Center will feature art from ten local artists April 3 through May 25, part of Susquehanna River Arts initiative

The Weis Center for the Performing Arts, in collaboration with the Columbia-Montour Visitors Bureau and the Susquehanna River Arts initiative, will host a free art exhibit and installation featuring the work of ten local artists from Tuesday, April 3 through Friday, May 25 in the Weis Center’s upper atrium lobby.

Participating artists will include: Annie Barnhart, Robert Brown, Pete Grimord, Joan Grimord, Gail Fox (image at left), Glen Klein, Abigail Kurecian, Sara Mika, Pam Thomas (image above) and William Whitmoyer. Each artist will have several samples of artwork on display.

Grounded in the belief that art shapes both the spirit and vitality of a community; the Columbia-Montour Visitors Bureau created Susquehanna River Arts in 2010.  By showcasing the works of local artists, the Susquehanna River Arts project not only highlights the cultural assets of our region, but fosters an appreciation of both our communities and our heritage.

The exhibit is free and takes place on the upper level of the atrium lobby, which is open to the public from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays. The Weis Center ground floor is fully accessible; however there is no elevator to the upper level.

For more information about the Susquehanna River Arts initiative, its participating artists and current programs, visit or

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