Thursday, March 19, 2020

  • With LOVE:

    Hello Studio Families and Friends,
                                                             This greeting comes to you in the wake of ever changing and updating concerns in our daily lives. It is important to stay in contact with our community
and share our love , compassion and information regarding Verve Vertu Happenings. All of the studio events which where scheduled for the next few weeks have been POSTPONED. Respectfully following guidelines set before us by our Commonwealth and National Government. The health, safety and overall wellbeing of all people, is and should be our first priority.
                                                             We are currently working on connecting with our artists thru facetime calls and will soon be implementing a way to be involved thru online  opportunities offering participation  in our meditation group and movement /stretch group.Technology is a means to keep things going in a positive and fimilar direction. I will be reaching out to everyone and setting up a means to Creatively Connect. Please know it is our goal to help ensure the emotional well being of the people we call friends. If we can help support you in anyway please do not hesitate to reach out and we will make every attempt to assist you in your need.

                          BLESSINGS OF PEACE,


Friday, February 21, 2020

RPR Music Live @ The Verve Vertu Studio April 2nd, 2020 This event is postponed

 Thursday, April 2nd 2020 @ 7:30
(Doors Open At 7 PM)

Come Join Us At Our Studio 
For What Is Sure To Be An Evening Full Of Excitement & Energy 
 As The Internationally Renowned Group 

Weaves A Rich Tapestry For Us That Tells Tales Full Of Fire, Melodies That Feed The Soul, Dynamic Harmonies Pouring Into Anthems, & Inspiring Ballads Brimming With Rock, Folk, & Blues

Tickets are $20 & Advanced Sales Are Highly Recommended Due To Limited Capacity
Light Refreshments Will Be Served Throughout The Evening
Contact Studio Director Gwen Harleman @ 570-675-1465  R.S.V.P. By March 23rd

This Is An Event Not To Be Missed & Will Be Raising Funds To Wrap The Verve Vertu Studio Van With Our Logo. This will ultimately increase public awareness of our artists and bring light to their creative works as we are always looking for new ways to further highlight our artists talent and celebrate their unique abilities, not just within our own community but everywhere we go. 

#CREATE Verve Vertu Artist Exhibit @ Misericordia University

Please Join Us On 
Thursday, March 12th 2020
From 5-8 PM
At The Misericordia University Banks Student Life Center

For The Opening Reception To The #CREATE Exhibit 
Showcasing The Creative Works Of The Verve Vertu Artists
Accompanied By A Performance By The Verve Vertunes

(Artwork Will Remain On Display From 3/12 - 3/16/2020)

Wednesday, January 29, 2020

Art Story Fundraiser

Join Us At The Studio On 
Saturday, February 8th from 5-8 PM

Live Entertainment from the Verve Vertunes and other special guests to delight our studio friends & family. We'll enjoy light refreshments and a basket raffle all to benefit the new kitchen remodel which will help in our ever expanding community opportunities in which we share this space.

For further information please call the studio at 570-675-1465

The Artists of Verve Vertu will be participating in the

"Arts in the Atrium" Show on Friday, March 6th 2020

at the Atrium Human Services Building 
111 N. Pennsylvania Ave. 
Wilkes-Barre, PA

This exhibit will showcase artwork from local artists,

 including our very own Verve Vertu family & friends. 

It takes place from 5:30-7:30 PM with light refreshments being served.

The event is sponsored by Luzerne-Wyoming Counties Mental Health and Developmental Services 

Friday, December 6, 2019


Please join us in our annual Holiday Open House on Thursday, December 12, 2019.  Festivities will begin at 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm.  There will be lite refreshments, music, frolic and fun.  Hope to see you there!

Mystical Moment by Desiree Reed

Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Yoga at Verve Vertu Art Studio!

Join us on Tuesday evenings
 Classes with Aura Om Yoga at Verve Vertu Art Studio 

Class times are 4:45 -6 pm and 6:30-7:45 pm

Any level welcome. Classes are taught by Colleen Walsh with over 10 years teaching experience.  Classes include breath practice, postures and meditation, including a long Shavasana!! 

Mats available free of charge or bring your own! 

Please enter through the front door of the studio on
main. Parking available in lot. 

    Class fees are $12 walk in    $8 students & Seniors 65+, 
or purchase a discounted 5 class Package at $48.75/$9.75 per class valid for 8 weeks.
Follow Aura Om Yoga on Facebook at Aura Om Yoga 

Aura Om Yoga at 
Verve Vertu Art Studio
24 N. Main Street 
Dallas, Pa.
Aura Om.Yoga Facebook
570 606 6731

Monday, August 19, 2019

The18th Annual U.S. Conference on disABILITY

Verve Vertu will be attending this event with some of our artwork.   Conference attendees will have the opportunity to walk away with an original piece of artwork for our annul commission door prize provided from the University of Scranton.

save the date revised

    Contact Information and Registration

  • Contact Information and Registration
    • The conference is free and open to the public, but for those who would like to receive CEUs, there is a $25 fee. CEUs available for this year's conference include NBCC, PA/Professional Counselor/LSW, and CRCC.
      If you would like further information about the conference, please contact the conference co-chairs: Rebecca Dalgin,, 570-941-7819 or Lori Bruch,, 570-941-4308.
  • Conference Mission

  • disABILITY Conference Mission
    • The University of Scranton believes that disability is part of the human experience and that assisting individuals and families living with disabilities to achieve optimal quality of life requires multidisciplinary interventions, education, research and leadership. The mission of the Conference on disABILITY is to positively influence the quality of life and wellness of individuals and families living with disabilities by promoting in its deliberations the foundational principles of individualization, self-determination, productivity, employment, independence and full participation in community life by creating an effective learning environment, collaborative and focused discussion and the identification and sharing of effective practices useful in the United States and around the world.