Resources and Links

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RESOURCES

Indiana County Chamber of Commerce

indianacountychamber.com
Learn about our county, local business, member resources, and countywide community resources listed here.

Indiana County Tourist Bureau

visitindianacountypa.org
About the County, Things to Do, Places to Go, Where to Eat, Where to Sleep, Education

Indiana Gazette

indianagazette.com/calendar/
This Community Calendar is a compilation of many different Indiana Area events. Read articles about the many past and upcoming exciting events here in Indiana County.

IUP Surplus

IUP Surplus Properties Donations to 501c3 Non-Profits.

Tech Soup

TechSoup.org
TechSoup is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit with a clear focus: connecting your nonprofit, charity, or public library with technology products and solutions, plus the learning resources you need to make informed decisions about technology. Our free learning resources are available to all users. Once registered and qualified with TechSoup, nonprofits and libraries can access donated and discounted products and services, including high-quality refurbished hardware, and software from partners like Microsoft, Adobe, Cisco, Intuit, and Symantec.

Links to Other Organizations

 

Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council

pittsburghartscouncil.org
With the tagline, “Arts loud and clear,” GPAC has become a central conduit for resources and information to and from the arts community. We are a megaphone through which the arts community speaks to policymakers in budget season, and a counselor through which it finds legal and business advice. GPAC is a bulletin board where artists find new commission opportunities, and a laboratory where arts marketers can grow their audiences. We are a classroom where arts professionals learn new skills, and a concierge for the public seeking an arts experience this weekend. Through research, we see the big picture of the forest that helps individual trees to grow. In short, GPAC is uniquely positioned as the business-to-business organization serving the local arts industry. With a membership of over 200 organizations and artists representing roughly 2,500 individuals, GPAC serves as the voice for the arts and culture in the greater Pittsburgh region.

Indi-Anna Chorus

http://www.indi-annas.com
The Indi-Anna Chorus, a chapter of Sweet Adelines Intl., was chartered in 1974, an outgrowth of a group of women who liked to sing and originally called themselves the “Indiana Good Time Singers.” The Indi-Anna Chorus offers entertainment as a chorus or ensemble. Invite the Indi-Annas to provide that special musical touch to your holiday gathering or party. Our programs can be custom tailored to fit your theme and budget. We offer singing telegrams for birthdays, anniversaries, or other special occasions. If that special person in your life is unable to get out to one of our singouts, we’ll go to them and cheer them up!

Indiana Art Association

indianapaartassociation.org
The purpose of the Indiana Art Association is to promote interest, appreciation, and participation in the arts. We aim to stimulate the artistic growth and development of our members as individual artists through encouragement, education, exhibits of work, and exchange of ideas. It is our desire to motivate public interest in the arts and function as aesthetically wise consumers and citizens ourselves. Classes, Scholarships, Exhibits and more!

Indiana Free Library

indianafreelibrary.org
Books, Audiobooks, Movies, Classes, Events, Computers, all FREE!

Indiana Players, Inc.

indianaplayers.com
The Indiana Theater provides in house production for live music, cinema, and video gaming. The Theater is also available for rentals for special events like birthday parties, private cinema events, and other attractive celebrations.

 

IUP College of Fine Arts

iup.edu/finearts
With state-of-the-art facilities, the College of Fine Arts hosts a talented faculty and staff dedicated to expanding the minds and skills of students. We offer a balance of high professional standards and rigorous, current educational practice, and an emphasis—on stage, in the studio, and in class—on a culturally and ethnically diverse world of art. That is what students can expect from the College of Fine Arts at IUP.

IUP Community Music School

iup.edu/communitymusic
The IUP Community Music School, located in Cogswell Hall on IUP Campus, provides noncredit private lessons, ensembles, and classes in music to students of all ages in the university community at very affordable rates.

IUP Foreign Film and Music Series

Held every Spring semester, the festival shows six recent foreign films in their original language with English subtitles. Most evenings, there are local musicians performing before the film. All showings are free.

IUP Lively Arts

iup.edu/livelyarts
The Lively Arts offers the campus and community nearly 200 events annually, encompassing all performing and visual arts events presented by the College of Fine Arts and its departments, including Art, Music, and Theater and Dance, as well as the University Museum and Kipp Gallery, and a performing artist series, Ovations!. ArtsPath is the extensive arts-in-education outreach program of the Lively Arts.

The Jimmy Stewart Museum

jimmy.org
Everything you ever wanted to know about Jimmy Stewart, plus Event Rentals.
The Jimmy Stewart Museum offers a unique venue for your next event – flexible space for a corporate function or a family reception, plus entertainment, accommodating up to 125 guests.

The Artists Hand Gallery

theartistshandgallery.com
Facility and communal Artist Studio rental available. The Artists Hand Gallery is host many local artists, ranging from new to established and professional. It is open for walk-in regular business hours, and has a coffee shop open later in the evening.

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