Souderton-Telford Main Streets MGR.
Village Centre Office Suites
121 N Main Suite 107
Souderton, PA 18964
P.O. Box 314
Telford, PA 18969
Imagine a vacation that enables you to tour through artists studios, visit galleries and explore the local specialties in various small communities along country byways in Montgomery and Bucks County. Return home with original art that moves you everytime you see it.
The PA Arts Experience is all about giving tourists who are looking for the hidden arts and cultural expereince a red carpet memory of Pennsylvania. With easy access from the major metropolitan corridor along the East Coast, the Route 30/113 Corridor is filled with so much to experience, to explore and to purchase.
The Pennsylvania Arts Experience is committed to estalishing this region as an Internationally recognized arts destination by marketing a membership of creative artists and venues through the Artist Trail, their website and regional Arts Orientation Centers.
Souderton Telford Main Streets is proud to facilitate the initial development of the Route 113 corridor through Upper Montgomery and Upper Bucks. A meeting was held recently to see if there was interest in the boroughs and beyond. The response was enthusiastic.
Rob Evans, a York area artist, made a presentation on behalf of the PA Arts Experience. He explained how the corridor has developed in York and Lancaster to accommodate the needs and opportunites offered by those cities. He was accompanied by two Board members from the PA Arts Experience who shared their own experiences.
The people in attendance were excited about the possibilities. Watch this website for updates on the next meeting(s). Send us an email if you want to be notified of the date and time for the next meetings or if you want to help organize those meetings.
In the meantime, peruse through the handouts they left us about how arts, galleries and businesses can join, about the program itself and the map of the Pa Arts Experience trail. We need to fill the gap between the Berman Museum in Collegeville and the Michener Museum in Doylestown!
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