All are invited to attend the opening reception of the Greensburg Art Center’s newest exhibit, “Anything Goes,” this Friday, April 19, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Center’s gallery.

230 Todd School Road in Greensburg.

This exhibit is one of only two opportunities each year to view the work of area photographers who are members of the Westmoreland Photographers Society. Landscapes, portraits, and still lifes are among the subjects featured in both color and black and white formats.

Light refreshments will be available, along with a limited cash bar. There is no charge to attend the opening.

After the opening, the works in “Anything Goes” will be on display every Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. through May 31 at the Center. Admission is free.

The Westmoreland Photographers Society provides photographers of all skill levels a place to learn, discuss, and practice the art and science of photography. It meets the second Monday and last Thursday of the month, mostly via Zoom. For more information:

The Greensburg Art Center is open to all accomplished and aspiring artists. It offers classes in a wide variety of mediums, special workshops, exhibits, and museum tours. In addition to the Center’s gallery space, it offers a lending library of art books, and a gift shop of handmade art works. One of the Greensburg Art Center’s ongoing public outreach efforts is “Picture This,” a series of local artists exhibits at the Greensburg Hempfield Area Library. For more information,