Allied Artists of Johnstown (AAJ) boasts over 100 members and
encourages new membership from around the region. Amateur, semi-
professional, and professional artists 18 years and older may submit
works for jurying at two of our annual shows. Currently, membership
is represented in six Pennsylvania counties and more than five states.
This page was last updated: May 5, 2022
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JOHNSTOWN ART AND ARTISTS
IN MEMORIUM of our departed members:
2022 AAJ Exhibition Schedule
Spring Show at the Bottle Works
April 21 - May 28
Summer Show at the Community Arts Center
July 5 - Aug 27
Receiving Saturday June 25th,
Reception TBD, Pickup Aug 27
Annual Exhibit at SAMA PPAC UPJ August 22 - Dec 14
Receiving August 11-12th, 10-4pm
Reception Aug 26th 6-8pm
Pickup December 15-16th, 10-4pm
2022 Board of Directors
President: Ken Cotlar
Vice President: Duane Webb
Treasurer: Bennett Vaughn
Recording Secretary: Judy Lansberry
Membership Secretary: Kim Williams
Emeritus Board Member: Marianne Krizner
Patron: Marianne Krizner
Spring Show: volunteers needed
Special Exhibit: Ken Cotlar
Annual Exhibition: volunteers needed
Website: Duane Webb
Facebook: Lora Marsh
2022 MEETING DATES
DEC no meeting scheduled
and events are cautiously being
initiated once again. Meetings will resume in 2022 on the second Wednesdays at 7pm at the BottleWorks
2022 SPRING SHOW
AT THE BOTTLE WORKS
APR 21 - MAY 28
We mourn the passing of long time members, Susan Novak, Ray Rafferty and Ned Wert.
Ned passed away on January 9, 2022 at the age of 85.
Below: Ned Wert's work, 'Laurel Mountain'
Ray died January 22, 2022 at the age of 86.
Below, Ray Rafferty work, 'Country Living'
Susan died on
March 30, 2022
at age 60.
To the right is
A BIT OF NOSTALGIA
Allied Artists of Johnstown has been in existence since 1932, bringing local artists together and giving them the opportunity to show their work throughout the surrounding communities. Here is a look back at the program for our
which was held at the Cambria County Fairgrounds in September 1941.