ArtsAltoona Programs

After-School Arts Program (ASAP)

Making the arts come alive for young people in at-risk neighborhoods is the goal of ArtsAltoona’s After School Arts Program.

Local artists donate their time and talent to create inspirational environments that encourage young people to explore their creativity, discover new interests, and find confidence and self-worth that can lead to brighter futures.

Whether its painting, drawing, sculpture, writing, movement, music – art makes a difference. Art touches lives! Art changes lives!

We are so grateful for our supporters – Tom and Lenora Irwin, Matt and Tiffany Stuckey, the United Way, and Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art.

Together we are making a difference!

Click here for more information on ASAP!

Studio Arts Center

Located in the Former Kress Department Store building in Downtown Altoona, ArtsAltoona has a vision to change the vacant storefront into a new studio and gallery space, tentatively called the Studio Arts Center.

The first floor will offer a communal gallery and shop for artists to rent space and show their works.The existing second and third floors will offer artists studio space for lease.