Welcome to iheARTallentown.org, the official website of the Downtown Allentown Arts organizations and the #GivingTuesday project on Tuesday, December 1.Support the Arts Organization You Love in Downtown Allentown or Love Them All with a Gift this December 1.
The Allentown Art Museum of the Lehigh Valley (AAMLV) is the premier institution of visual arts in the region, serving as an important cultural destination for the region and a vital element in the economic revitalization of downtown Allentown. The AAMLV’s ambitious exhibition schedule and educational programs are designed to serve a wide variety of constituents and develop dedicated and actively-engaged new audiences for the arts.
The Baum School of Art is a non-profit community visual arts school located in downtown Allentown. The school’s mission is to enrich lives through arts education. Classes in art, design, and fashion are offered year-round for children, teens, and adults. The school is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Pre-collegiate Arts Schools. Visit today to make a mark at The Baum School of Art.
“To provide the best possible music instruction for all.” Founded: 1981Community Music School offers both private and group instruction in all instruments and voice.CMS provides lessons in Allentown, Center Valley and Macungie. Financial andscholarship assistance is available as is tuition-free outreach programs. www.cmslv.org
The mission of the Allentown Symphony Association is to provide a first-class symphony orchestra and Hall, quality performing arts, and cultural education in partnership with the community. The historic, 1100-seat Miller Symphony Hall is the premier performing arts facility in Allentown, the largest city in Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley.
The Liberty Bell Museum is located in historic Zion's "Liberty Bell" Church. In the past decade, our educational purpose and mission have expanded. Changing exhibits, lecture series, historical re-enactments and events in partnership with Zion's Church, a child-size Conestoga wagon, as well as that holiday favorite, Pip the Mouse, are popular additions to what many call Allentown's hidden gem.
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