About Us

The Perkiomen Valley Art Department provides an engaging K-12 curriculum of the highest quality for all diverse learners. We introduce our early artists to expansive practices that develop their problem solving and creative skills while being innovative and original. The field includes traditional drawing, painting, printmaking, ceramics and sculpture, as well as modern technologies in digital media arts. We empower them to transfer their knowledge as they grow intellectually, socially and emotionally. Advanced students are guided to improve their skills, expand their creative vision, exercise their personal voice, and contribute to society as visual artists and reflective thinkers.

The Perkiomen Valley Art Boosters strive to create a partnership between PV art and community artists through fundraising and events. We provide professional development for art staff, scholarships and off-campus outings for PV art students, and a wide variety of art resources to foster an art education experience for K-12 students.

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Our Events & Art Happenings

Spring Art Shows

K-12 art shows play a crucial role in the development and education of students, providing a platform for showcasing their creativity, fostering a love for the arts, and contributing to their overall educational experience.

Artist Spotlights

Each month we highlight the accomplishments of our artists.

PV Art and Food Truck Festival

Join us to celebrate our 7th Annual Art Festival on Saturday, June 1, 2024 from 11AM - 3PM.

Berman Museum Experience

Our annual visit for our middle schools to explore the sculptures on campus and create are in the museum.

Raku Firing

The Raku technique is essentially when glazed ceramics are taken from the kiln while they are still glowing red hot and are then placed in a material that would be able to catch fire, such as sawdust or newspaper. This technique is used to starve the piece of oxygen, which creates a myriad of colors within the glaze.

National Art Honor Society

PVHS has formed it's very first National Art Honor Society chapter.


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Watch Our Latest Activities

Our Middle School East and West art students visited to explore art sculptures on the campus of Ursinus College campus and created art at the Berman Museum.

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Our Causes

Unsure how you can support the Arts in Perkiomen Valley? We are always looking for volunteers to support our annual fundraiser, Art and Food Truck Festival, financial support for our student art experiences, art awards and sponsoring a student for our Italy trip.


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