Learn more about how the Williamsport Artisan Shop Came To Be
For 2020 Arthaus Projects has decided that instead of the traditional ten-exhibitions-per-year schedule, the gallery will showcase four, month-long, high impact gallery exhibitions like our annual juried show and feature what we are calling the Williamsport Artisan shop the remaining 8 months of the year. The Artisan Shop will pop up from January 3rd – April 25th, will return July 3rd – September 26th, and will close out the year in December. A complete schedule for 2020 can be found at www.arthausprojects.com/exhibitions.
The Williamsport Artisan Shop is a new initiative meant to give more opportunities to artists while showcasing more work in the gallery space. The Artisan Shop features handmade items by artists from all over the world. Everything is hung salon style and styles vary from classic to contemporary. We are sure to have something for everyone’s style and taste.
Artwork will change quite frequently as new artists are introduced to the spaces so be sure and visit several times throughout the month. If you are an artist that would like to feature work in the space, please email examples of your work to firstname.lastname@example.org. There is no fee to showcase and the gallery takes a modest 30% commission on anything sold.
Regular hours for the Williamsport Artisan Shop are Monday – Thursday from 9AM – 5PM, Friday from 9AM – 6PM, and Saturday’s from 11AM – 5PM. A website featuring all the works on display is in the works and will be made available at www.williamsportartisanshop.com The Williamsport Artisan shop is located at 140 W. 4th St., Williamsport, PA located directly across the street from PNC Bank. We look forward to seeing you soon.
Meet Our Awesome Team
John Yogodzinski is a hard-working and tech savvy entrepreneur that works in Williamsport, PA and resides in Turbotville, PA.
In 2009 he founded his first company, The Graphic Hive as a way to assist businesses with their marketing technology, and printing needs. Realizing that art played a major role as in influencer on the creative side of The Graphic Hive’s operation, he opened a contemporary art gallery, Converge Gallery (formerly Grey Art Gallery) in June of 2011. At the beginning of 2018, Converge Gallery transitioned into a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization under the name Arthaus Projects.