Allegheny’s Center for Economic and Environmental Development (CEED) sponsors arts and the environment community development art projects. Each project provides paid summer internships for four to six students annually.
Student Art Society holds annual activities including unjuried student exhibitions, a Beaux Arts Ball, and field trips.
Department-sponsored lecture series, often in conjunction with gallery exhibitions: recent speakers have included artists Christo & Jeanne-Claude; Thomas B. Armstrong, director of the Andy Warhol Museum; and Madeleine Grynsztejn, curator at the San Francisco Museum of Art.
Workshops: Recent workshops have focused on art careers, handbuilt ceramics, papermaking, and non-traditional drawing techniques.
Field trips: Nearby resources include the Albright-Knox Gallery (Buffalo), the Carnegie Museum (Pittsburgh), the Cleveland Museum of Art, and the Erie Art Museum.
Meadville Council on the Arts hosts nine regional artists’ exhibits annually.
“Signs & Flowers,” a site-specific public art installation created in collaboration with PennDOT.
Art education program with the University of Pittsburgh
3/2 arts management program with Carnegie Mellon’s John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management
Art teaching internship: Carnegie Museum (Pittsburgh)
Center for Economic and Environmental Development (CEED)
Cleveland School of the Arts
Erie Art Museum
Johnson-Shaw Stereoscopic Museum
Meadville Council on the Arts (MCA)
Meadville Historical Society (Baldwin-Reynolds House)
The French Creek Project, Meadville, Pa.
The Meadville Tribune
Vision Media Group, Meadville, Pa.
Gallery work-study employment
Department research and laboratory assistantships
MCA invites student-curated shows as part of art historical research projects