Saturday, October 27, 2018

What an honor to have established a legacy of "keeping the arts alive in Cambria County" for half a century, and counting. This once-in-a-lifetime celebration will be an important gala fundraiser that also features our annual Celebrating a Legacy honoree recognition awards. Our special 50th Anniversary Gala is a true celebratory culmination of all those who have made a significant impact in the history of the Community Arts Center of Cambria County.



Honorees Include the Recipients of the "Founders" Award:
​Shirley Gaynor,​

Fred Glosser,

& William Minahan


and the Recipients of the "Legacy Arts Patron" Award:

Karen Azer

Elmer Laslo

John F. Stewart Jr.


Click here to learn more about our honorees.


FRANK J. PASQUERILLA CONFERENCE CENTER

301 Napoleon St, Johnstown, PA 15901


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JEREMY COLBERT.

Jeremy Colbert grew up in Cambria County (Vinco) and graduated from the Central Cambria School District. During his youth, Jeremy participated in local and regional theater productions and summer camps including the Summer Institute for the Performing Arts at the Pasquerilla Center and owes much of his early creative roots to music and arts programs in Cambria County. Jeremy is an active performer in the Pittsburgh region. His most recent endeavor is composing and performing on the Terrapan, an inverted steel drum played with the hands that is modeled after the original Hang drum.


















BOMBYX COLLECTIVE. 

Bombyx Collective is a diverse group of artists seeking to explore social and ideological questions through creative and experimental movement. Comprised of dancers, aerialists, gymnasts, actors, yogis, performance artists, and athletes, Bombyx Collective moves in ways that defy genre and expectation. Their work in the aerial silks moves beyond circus thrills to an expressive form that is both thought-provoking and emotionally affecting.



















MAX FEDORE.

Hailing from Johnstown, PA, Max Fedore is an accomplished artist and understated star. The Richland High School graduate won the competitive gold award at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences 44th annual Student Academy Awards ceremony in Hollywood, for his Opera of Cruelty, which was his thesis film for New York University’s Tisch School for the Arts. From live concerts in Johnstown to a musical performance in his own film, earning him the prestigious filmmaking award, Max is returning to Johnstown to perform for the Community Arts Center's 50th Anniversary Gala.


















BOLLYWOOD BELIEVE.

Bollywood Believe is an Indian American dance group from Richland. In 2005, members Aditi Sridhar, Nadia Khan, and Tulsi Shrivastava began dancing together as children and have since performed at over 25 events in the Johnstown area. They love to share their Indian culture through Bollywood dance choreography.






$50 Member Ticket
$60 Non-Member Ticket
Table Sponsor $550 (seats 8)​

​Table Sponsors receive 8 tickets, full page ad in Playbill,
listed as Table Sponsor on our website,
weekly E-blast, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, & Instagram​



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Hor D'oeuvres & Cash Bar............................................6.00pm
Dinner Served.................................................................7.00pm

Menu: Tossed Salad, Champagne Chicken & Marinated Sirloin with
Roasted Red Potatoes, Green Beans, & Triple Chocolate Cake

Performances by Bombyx Collective........................8.00pm
Vocal Performance by Max Fedore...........................8.30pm
Award Ceremony............................................................9.00pm



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