We’ll be adding and updating events leading up to the week – please bookmark this page and check back often! 

Unless otherwise noted, events are free and open to the public. Some events will require a ticket, even if free. Please take note of ticketing or registration requirements in the listings. 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21
MUSIC

Arts on Market
Saturday, October 21
7:30 AM – 12:30 PM
William Henry Place | Alley outside of Lancaster Central Market
Featuring live music, dance performances and rock painting with Lancaster Rocks!

MOSAIC Project
Saturday, October 21 – Thursday, October 26
8 AM – 5 PM
Pennsylvania College of Art & Design | 204 North Prince Street
The 9th annual The Mosaic Project features Amber Robles Gordon and Nate Lewis. The significance of art in the lives of our youth cannot be underestimated. Yet, just when research is finally emerging that supports this, budget cuts and curricular demands are threatening the foundation of creativity in our public schools. In order to fill that gap as well as enrich the community, Pennsylvania College of Art & Design developed The Mosaic Project, a multicultural exhibition and education program for students and families in Lancaster County.

Forty Elephants – A Vintage & Handmade Market
Saturday, October 21
9 AM – 3 PM
Special edition of Forty Elephants features 30 vendors with a curated selection of handcrafted and creatively up-cycled goods. For more information & vendor list visit www.facebook.com/FortyElephantsMarket.

Phonotel  
Saturday, October 21 – Sunday, October 22
Saturday 10 AM – 5 PM
Sunday 12 – 5 PM
Modern Art | 529 West Chestnut Street
Check your phone into the Phonotel so you can check out the world around you! Your phone will enjoy a little time off in its very own furnished hotel room while you  enjoy you discounts and free stuff around the city. Check in for as little as an hour, or as long as the whole weekend. Questions? Call Modern Art at (717) 435-4300.

Strictly Functional Pottery National
Saturday, October 21
10 AM – 4 PM
Lancaster Creative Factory/Kevin Lehman’s Pottery | 560 South Prince Street, rear
The Strictly Functional Pottery National is a national exhibit in its 25th year. This show is organized by the Lancaster Designer Craftsman.

Robert E. Lochner Retrospective
Saturday, October 21 – Thursday, October 26
10 AM – 4 PM
Demuth Museum | 120 East King Street
Lancaster Museum of Art | 135 North Lime

All Four Lancaster
Saturday, October 21
10:30 AM – 10 PM
Various Locations
Join us as we take to the streets, parking lots and parks of Lancaster City for an all day music and arts festival that will include performances in All Four quadrants of the City. All Four Lancaster is a progressive ‘walking tour’ festival that will move throughout the City with no overlapping sets and nearly 12 hours of non-stop music. With stops in known and unknown places alike you can expect a diversity of local music, arts, food and fun.
Modern Art (529 West Chestnut Street): 10:30 AM – 12:15 PM
Thistle Finch & Lancaster Art Studios (417 West Grant Street): 12:30 – 2 PM
Farnum Park (Farnum & Water Streets): 2:15 – 3:45 PM
Hillrise Apartments (455 Rockland Street): 4 – 5:30 PM
North Shippen Place (231 North Shippen Street): 5:45 – 7:15 PM
Fruition Collective (24 West Walnut Street) 8 PM
Presented by: Music for Everyone, Fruition Collective, Animal House Productions, Homespun, and Series 42.

Tour a Working Letterpress Studio
October 21
11 AM – 4 PM
Typothecary Letterpress | 420 West Grant Street
Stop by to print your own coaster and take a quick tour of our studio and check out our vintage printing presses and see how we combine modern technology to create high quality, tactile products.

Arab Comics
Saturday, October 21 – Friday, October 27
Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday – 11:30 – 4:30 PM
Saturday/Sunday – 12:30 – 4:30 PM
Rothman Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art | 600 College Avenue
Arab Comics: 90 Years of Popular Visual Culture. This traveling exhibition of 33 reproductions of Arab comics provides a look into Arab popular culture and the history of graphic illustration in the Middle East. Arab Comics: 90 Years of Popular Visual Culture, brought to the Phillips Museum of Art in partnership with F&M’s Islamic and Middle East Studies Program, features three distinct types of comic book art made by Arab artists: originals, adaptations, and contemporary works. This exhibit and its related programming are part of the Arab Arts Festival taking place on campus over the course of the fall semester.

Irina Botea Bucan
Saturday, October 21 – Friday, October 27
Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday – 11:30 – 4:30 PM
Saturday/Sunday – 12:30 – 4:30 PM
Dana Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art | 600 College Avenue
Irina Botea Bucan uses various media in her videos and films to question current coviopolitical dynamics and the possibility of their transformation. In the zone of transition, the building will have a future. It is comprised of nine works made over the last 10 years and revolve around three ideas of recording: suspended histories mostly unknown to the general public; gestures and behavioral fragments; and stories marked by the antagonism of the private vs. the public

Nissley Gallery Permanent Collection
Saturday, October 21 – Friday, October 27
Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday – 11:30 – 4:30 PM
Saturday/Sunday – 12:30 – 4:30 PM
Nissley Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art | 600 College Avenue
Permanent collection – The Phillips Museum of Art is a cultural resource for the College and for the local community. We invite visitors to our Nissley Gallery, which features objects and art works made by regional artisans and artists, as well as works on paper and artifacts from around the world.

Onward Revolution
Saturday, October 21 – Friday, October 27
Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday – 11:30 – 4:30 PM
Saturday/Sunday – 12:30 – 4:30 PM
Gibson Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art | 600 College Avenue
Onward with the Revolution: Late Soviet-era Posters is an exhibition from the permanent collection of the Phillips Museum of Art. F&M professors Jon Stone and Nina Bond selected 18 posters to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Russian revolution (Nov 17, 1917).

Purple Cries for Blue Skies
Saturday, October 21 – Sunday, October 22
3 PM
The Ware Center | 42 North Prince Street
Play using poetry and dance in an emotional portrayal of the stories of people all over the world affected by multidimensional battle of domestic violence. Tickets required. www.artsmu.com

Block Party for All Four Lancaster
Saturday, October 21
4 – 8 PM
551 West | 551 West Grant Street
Southside Band on an outdoor stage on Pine Street – weather dependent.

F&M Chorus and Chamber Singers
Weekend Choral Concert

Saturday, October 21
8 PM
Franklin & Marshal College
A concert of choral music and vocal solos by the Franklin & Marshall College Chorus and Chamber Singers.

Tell It!
Saturday, October 21 – Thursday, October 26
5:30 PM
Farnum Park | Farnum & Water Streets
Share your story of living in Southeast Lancaster City with artists Salina Almanzar and Osmyn Oree! Share your story by speaking with Salina Almanzar, creating a small work of art that reflects your narrative, or leave us a poem. In exchange you will receive a photograph shot by Osmyn Oree and the chance to be featured on a community mural! Tell It is will be at these locations starting at 5:30 through Governor’s Arts Week:
October 21 – Farnum Park
October 22 – San Juan Bautista
October 23 – Martin Luther King Elementary
October 24 – Crispus Attucks
October 26 – CAP
This event is open to current and former residents of the Southeast and Southwest of Lancaster City. Se hablan Español.

Public Art Station Syndicate
Saturday, October 21 – Thursday, October 26
Assets Public Art Station
Assets Lancaster | 100 South Queen Street
The World’s Smallest Public Art Station
139 North Mary Street
The Just a Little Bit Smaller Public Art Station
It’s Modern Art | 529 West Chestnut Street
Public Art Station Syndicate is a Lancaster-based non-profit which supports the creation of Public Art Stations in Lancaster and beyond. These are semi-permanent installations that are part of the productive public art movement and they give the public the opportunity to express their creativity in an unmediated way. Primarily featuring watercolor, there are five stations in Lancaster, two in Columbia, PA and one in Portland, Oregon. More than 7,000 individual works of art have been created by artists at the Stations since the first one went up in Lancaster in 2013. publicartstation.org


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22
PARADE

MOSAIC Project
Saturday, October 21 – Thursday, October 26
8 AM – 5 PM
Pennsylvania College of Art & Design | 204 North Prince Street
The 9th annual The Mosaic Project features Amber Robles Gordon and Nate Lewis. The significance of art in the lives of our youth cannot be underestimated. Yet, just when research is finally emerging that supports this, budget cuts and curricular demands are threatening the foundation of creativity in our public schools. In order to fill that gap as well as enrich the community, Pennsylvania College of Art & Design developed The Mosaic Project, a multicultural exhibition and education program for students and families in Lancaster County.

South Central Ceramic Artists and Potters Group Show
Sunday, October 22 – Thursday, October 26
10 AM – 4 PM
Lancaster Creative Factory / Kevin Lehman’s Pottery | 560 South Prince Street, Rear
Over 30 ceramic artist from South Central Pennsylvania will be on display, pieces are for sale.

Warren Rohrer Retrospective
Saturday, October 21 – Thursday, October 26
10 AM – 4 PM
Demuth Museum | 120 East King Street
Lancaster Museum of Art | 135 North Lime

Phonotel  
Saturday, October 21 – Sunday, October 22
Saturday 10 AM – 5 PM
Sunday 12 – 5 PM
Modern Art | 529 West Chestnut Street
Check your phone into the Phonotel so you can check out the world around you! Your phone will enjoy a little time off in its very own furnished hotel room while you  enjoy you discounts and free stuff around the city. Check in for as little as an hour, or as long as the whole weekend. Questions? Call Modern Art at (717) 435-4300.

Arab Comics
Saturday, October 21 – Friday, October 27
Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday – 11:30 – 4:30 PM
Saturday/Sunday – 12:30 – 4:30 PM
Rothman Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art | 600 College Avenue
Arab Comics: 90 Years of Popular Visual Culture. This traveling exhibition of 33 reproductions of Arab comics provides a look into Arab popular culture and the history of graphic illustration in the Middle East. Arab Comics: 90 Years of Popular Visual Culture, brought to the Phillips Museum of Art in partnership with F&M’s Islamic and Middle East Studies Program, features three distinct types of comic book art made by Arab artists: originals, adaptations, and contemporary works. This exhibit and its related programming are part of the Arab Arts Festival taking place on campus over the course of the fall semester.

Irina Botea Bucan
Saturday, October 21 – Friday, October 27
Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday – 11:30 – 4:30 PM
Saturday/Sunday – 12:30 – 4:30 PM
Dana Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art | 600 College Avenue
Irina Botea Bucan uses various media in her videos and films to question current coviopolitical dynamics and the possibility of their transformation. In the zone of transition, the building will have a future. It is comprised of nine works made over the last 10 years and revolve around three ideas of recording: suspended histories mostly unknown to the general public; gestures and behavioral fragments; and stories marked by the antagonism of the private vs. the public

Nissley Gallery Permanent Collection
Saturday, October 21 – Friday, October 27
Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday – 11:30 – 4:30 PM
Saturday/Sunday – 12:30 – 4:30 PM
Nissley Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art | 600 College Avenue
Permanent collection – The Phillips Museum of Art is a cultural resource for the College and for the local community. We invite visitors to our Nissley Gallery, which features objects and art works made by regional artisans and artists, as well as works on paper and artifacts from around the world.

Onward Revolution
Saturday, October 21 – Friday, October 27
Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday – 11:30 – 4:30 PM
Saturday/Sunday – 12:30 – 4:30 PM
Gibson Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art | 600 College Avenue
Onward with the Revolution: Late Soviet-era Posters is an exhibition from the permanent collection of the Phillips Museum of Art. F&M professors Jon Stone and Nina Bond selected 18 posters to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Russian revolution (Nov 17, 1917).

Parade on the Arts
Sunday, October 22
1 PM
Downtown Lancaster
Join us for the City’s first parade in many years! The parade will include marching bands, drill and dance teams and includes participation from many schools in the Lancaster area. Artist of the year, Barry Kornhauser and artist, Loryn Spangler-Jones, have led classes to create puppets and masks with kids, reflecting the community in which they live. Kids will march in the parade with their creations! Parade route: Beginning at Clipper Magazine Stadium, heading south on Prince Street to King Street, east on King Street to Queen Street, north on Queen Street to Clay Street, west on Clay Street returning to Clipper Magazine Stadium.

Purple Cries for Blue Skies
Saturday, October 21 – Sunday, October 22
3 PM
The Ware Center | 42 North Prince Street
Play using poetry and dance in an emotional portrayal of the stories of people all over the world affected by multidimensional battle of domestic violence. Tickets required. www.artsmu.com

Tell It!
Saturday, October 21 – Thursday, October 26
5:30 PM
San Juan Bautista | 441 South Lime Street
Share your story of living in Southeast Lancaster City with artists Salina Almanzar and Osmyn Oree! Share your story by speaking with Salina Almanzar, creating a small work of art that reflects your narrative, or leave us a poem. In exchange you will receive a photograph shot by Osmyn Oree and the chance to be featured on a community mural! Tell It is will be at these locations starting at 5:30 through Governor’s Arts Week:
October 21 – Farnum Park
October 22 – San Juan Bautista
October 23 – Martin Luther King Elementary
October 24 – Crispus Attucks
October 26 – CAP
This event is open to current and former residents of the Southeast and Southwest of Lancaster City. Se hablan Español.

Public Art Station Syndicate
Saturday, October 21 – Thursday, October 26
Assets Public Art Station
Assets Lancaster | 100 South Queen Street
The World’s Smallest Public Art Station
139 North Mary Street
The Just a Little Bit Smaller Public Art Station
It’s Modern Art | 529 West Chestnut Street
Public Art Station Syndicate is a Lancaster-based non-profit which supports the creation of Public Art Stations in Lancaster and beyond. These are semi-permanent installations that are part of the productive public art movement and they give the public the opportunity to express their creativity in an unmediated way. Primarily featuring watercolor, there are five stations in Lancaster, two in Columbia, PA and one in Portland, Oregon. More than 7,000 individual works of art have been created by artists at the Stations since the first one went up in Lancaster in 2013. publicartstation.org


MONDAY, OCTOBER 23
DANCE / THEATER / PERFORMANCE

MOSAIC Project
Saturday, October 21 – Thursday, October 26
8 AM – 5 PM
Pennsylvania College of Art & Design | 204 North Prince Street
The 9th annual The Mosaic Project features Amber Robles Gordon and Nate Lewis. The significance of art in the lives of our youth cannot be underestimated. Yet, just when research is finally emerging that supports this, budget cuts and curricular demands are threatening the foundation of creativity in our public schools. In order to fill that gap as well as enrich the community, Pennsylvania College of Art & Design developed The Mosaic Project, a multicultural exhibition and education program for students and families in Lancaster County.

South Central Ceramic Artists and Potters Group Show
Sunday, October 22 – Thursday, October 26
10 AM – 4 PM
Lancaster Creative Factory / Kevin Lehman’s Pottery | 560 South Prince Street, Rear
Over 30 ceramic artist from South Central Pennsylvania will be on display, pieces are for sale.

Warren Rohrer Retrospective
Saturday, October 21 – Thursday, October 26
10 AM – 4 PM
Demuth Museum | 120 East King Street
Lancaster Museum of Art | 135 North Lime

Arab Comics
Saturday, October 21 – Friday, October 27
Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday – 11:30 – 4:30 PM
Saturday/Sunday – 12:30 – 4:30 PM
Rothman Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art | 600 College Avenue
Arab Comics: 90 Years of Popular Visual Culture. This traveling exhibition of 33 reproductions of Arab comics provides a look into Arab popular culture and the history of graphic illustration in the Middle East. Arab Comics: 90 Years of Popular Visual Culture, brought to the Phillips Museum of Art in partnership with F&M’s Islamic and Middle East Studies Program, features three distinct types of comic book art made by Arab artists: originals, adaptations, and contemporary works. This exhibit and its related programming are part of the Arab Arts Festival taking place on campus over the course of the fall semester.

Irina Botea Bucan
Saturday, October 21 – Friday, October 27
Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday – 11:30 – 4:30 PM
Saturday/Sunday – 12:30 – 4:30 PM
Dana Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art | 600 College Avenue
Irina Botea Bucan uses various media in her videos and films to question current coviopolitical dynamics and the possibility of their transformation. In the zone of transition, the building will have a future. It is comprised of nine works made over the last 10 years and revolve around three ideas of recording: suspended histories mostly unknown to the general public; gestures and behavioral fragments; and stories marked by the antagonism of the private vs. the public

Nissley Gallery Permanent Collection
Saturday, October 21 – Friday, October 27
Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday – 11:30 – 4:30 PM
Saturday/Sunday – 12:30 – 4:30 PM
Nissley Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art | 600 College Avenue
Permanent collection – The Phillips Museum of Art is a cultural resource for the College and for the local community. We invite visitors to our Nissley Gallery, which features objects and art works made by regional artisans and artists, as well as works on paper and artifacts from around the world.

Onward Revolution
Saturday, October 21 – Friday, October 27
Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday – 11:30 – 4:30 PM
Saturday/Sunday – 12:30 – 4:30 PM
Gibson Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art | 600 College Ave
Onward with the Revolution: Late Soviet-era Posters is an exhibition from the permanent collection of the Phillips Museum of Art. F&M professors Jon Stone and Nina Bond selected 18 posters to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Russian revolution (Nov 17, 1917).

Tunes at Noon
Monday, October 23 – Thursday, October 26
The Ware Center, Lyet Lobby | 42 North Prince Street
12 – 1 PM
Feed your ears and your belly with this brown bag lunch concert series in honor of the Governor’s Arts Awards. Bring your lunch and munch in the Lyet Lobby of the Ware Center while listening to local artists representing different music genres. (Artists TBD.) Free, lunch not provided.

Tell It!
Saturday, October 21 – Thursday, October 26
5:30 PM
Martin Luther King Elementary | 466 Rockland Street
Share your story of living in Southeast Lancaster City with artists Salina Almanzar and Osmyn Oree! Share your story by speaking with Salina Almanzar, creating a small work of art that reflects your narrative, or leave us a poem. In exchange you will receive a photograph shot by Osmyn Oree and the chance to be featured on a community mural! Tell It is will be at these locations starting at 5:30 through Governor’s Arts Week:
October 21 – Farnum Park
October 22 – San Juan Bautista
October 23 – Martin Luther King Elementary
October 24 – Crispus Attucks
October 26 – CAP
This event is open to current and former residents of the Southeast and Southwest of Lancaster City. Se hablan Español.

Savvy Social Media for Artists
Monday, October 23
6 – 8 PM
Pennsylvania College of Art & Design | 204 North Prince Street
Workshop with independent artist Evan Kitson regarding tips and tricks to gain followers while sharing behind-the-scenes of your creative process. Registration required at pcad.edu/fall.

Open Studio
Monday, October 23
7 – 9:30 PM
Modern Art | 529 West Chestnut Street
Painters, sculptors, poets, jugglers, anyone looking for a little time and space to create – this evening is for you. (Even if you’re just looking to come shoot the breeze with some other interesting folks.) Bring your supplies, and drinks if you like. We’ll have tables, easels, couches, floor space, encouragement and lots of creative energy.

Soul Fitness
Monday, October 23 
7 PM
Fruition Collective | 24 West Walnut Street
Dance workout using Hip Hop, R&B, Afrobeat, Reggae and Afrobeat music of the past and present. Fun for all ages and no dance experience is needed.

Lancaster Performs
Monday, October 23
7:30 PM
Fulton Theatre | 12 North Prince Street
A celebration of the performing arts, including representation from the Fulton Theatre, Lancaster Symphony Orchestra, Gretna Theatre, Lancaster Marionette Theatre, Servant Stage Company, Theatre of the Seventh Sister, Sight and Sound, The Belmont Theatre, Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre, Ephrata Performing Arts Center, Creative Works, PRiMA Theatre, Opera Lancaster and The Trust Performing Arts. Tickets are free, reservation required – Fulton Box Office 717.397.7425 or thefulton.org.

Poetry Rolls
Monday, October 23 – Thursday, October 26
POETRY ROLLS! Look for our traveling poetry playground—a van covered in magnetized words and crammed with volunteers and fun activities—throughout Lancaster this week. Come out to make a poem, share a poem, receive a poem! Visit www.poetryrolls.org for a schedule of sites and events.

Public Art Station Syndicate
Saturday, October 21 – Thursday, October 26
Assets Public Art Station
Assets Lancaster | 100 South Queen Street
The World’s Smallest Public Art Station
139 North Mary Street
The Just a Little Bit Smaller Public Art Station
It’s Modern Art | 529 West Chestnut Street
Public Art Station Syndicate is a Lancaster-based non-profit which supports the creation of Public Art Stations in Lancaster and beyond. These are semi-permanent installations that are part of the productive public art movement and they give the public the opportunity to express their creativity in an unmediated way. Primarily featuring watercolor, there are five stations in Lancaster, two in Columbia, PA and one in Portland, Oregon. More than 7,000 individual works of art have been created by artists at the Stations since the first one went up in Lancaster in 2013. publicartstation.org


TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24
FILM / PHOTOGRAPHY / POETRY

MOSAIC Project
Saturday, October 21 – Thursday, October 26
8 AM – 5 PM
Pennsylvania College of Art & Design | 204 North Prince Street
The 9th annual The Mosaic Project features Amber Robles Gordon and Nate Lewis. The significance of art in the lives of our youth cannot be underestimated. Yet, just when research is finally emerging that supports this, budget cuts and curricular demands are threatening the foundation of creativity in our public schools. In order to fill that gap as well as enrich the community, Pennsylvania College of Art & Design developed The Mosaic Project, a multicultural exhibition and education program for students and families in Lancaster County.

The Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsman Gallery, Store, and Exibit
Tuesday, October 24 – Thursday, October 26
10 AM – 5 PM
335 North Queen Street
The Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen will be showing an exhibition of work done by the local chapter of the organization. The Lancaster Designer Craftsmen is the Lancaster chapter and has about 160 members. The Gallery/Store is open from 10 AM to 5 PM, Tuesday through Saturday. The exhibition will be open to the public from October 1 through October 31. An opening is scheduled for First Friday, October 6 from 6 – 9 PM. The Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen has a beautiful store that sells only members work. Most of the work is made by Pennsylvanian crafts people, but members are accepted from all of the US. A full listing of workshops from shoe making to our Craft on Tap program are listed at pacrafts.org.

South Central Ceramic Artists and Potters Group Show
Sunday, October 22 – Thursday, October 26
10 AM – 4 PM
Lancaster Creative Factory / Kevin Lehman’s Pottery | 560 South Prince Street, Rear
Over 30 ceramic artist from South Central Pennsylvania will be on display, pieces are for sale.

Print Your Own Letterpress Broadside
October 24
10 AM – 5 PM
Typothecary Letterpress | 420 West Grant Street
Stop by to print your own two-color letterpress poster. Take a quick tour of our studio and check out our vintage printing presses and see how we combine modern technology to create high quality, tactile products.

Warren Rohrer Retrospective
Saturday, October 21 – Thursday, October 26
10 AM – 4 PM
Demuth Museum | 120 East King Street
Lancaster Museum of Art | 135 North Lime

Arab Comics
Saturday, October 21 – Friday, October 27
Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday – 11:30 – 4:30 PM
Saturday/Sunday – 12:30 – 4:30 PM
Rothman Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art | 600 College Avenue
Arab Comics: 90 Years of Popular Visual Culture. This traveling exhibition of 33 reproductions of Arab comics provides a look into Arab popular culture and the history of graphic illustration in the Middle East. Arab Comics: 90 Years of Popular Visual Culture, brought to the Phillips Museum of Art in partnership with F&M’s Islamic and Middle East Studies Program, features three distinct types of comic book art made by Arab artists: originals, adaptations, and contemporary works. This exhibit and its related programming are part of the Arab Arts Festival taking place on campus over the course of the fall semester.

Irina Botea Bucan
Saturday, October 21 – Friday, October 27
Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday – 11:30 – 4:30 PM
Saturday/Sunday – 12:30 – 4:30 PM
Dana Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art | 600 College Avenue
Irina Botea Bucan uses various media in her videos and films to question current coviopolitical dynamics and the possibility of their transformation. In the zone of transition, the building will have a future. It is comprised of nine works made over the last 10 years and revolve around three ideas of recording: suspended histories mostly unknown to the general public; gestures and behavioral fragments; and stories marked by the antagonism of the private vs. the public

Nissley Gallery Permanent Collection
Saturday, October 21 – Friday, October 27
Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday – 11:30 – 4:30 PM
Saturday/Sunday – 12:30 – 4:30 PM
Nissley Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art | 600 College Avenue
Permanent collection – The Phillips Museum of Art is a cultural resource for the College and for the local community. We invite visitors to our Nissley Gallery, which features objects and art works made by regional artisans and artists, as well as works on paper and artifacts from around the world.

Onward Revolution
Saturday, October 21 – Friday, October 27
Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday – 11:30 – 4:30 PM
Saturday/Sunday – 12:30 – 4:30 PM
Gibson Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art | 600 College Avenue
Onward with the Revolution: Late Soviet-era Posters is an exhibition from the permanent collection of the Phillips Museum of Art. F&M professors Jon Stone and Nina Bond selected 18 posters to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Russian revolution (Nov 17, 1917).

Tunes at Noon
Monday, October 23 – Thursday, October 26
The Ware Center, Lyet Lobby | 42 North Prince Street
12 – 1 PM
Feed your ears and your belly with this brown bag lunch concert series in honor of the Governor’s Arts Awards. Bring your lunch and munch in the Lyet Lobby of the Ware Center while listening to local artists representing different music genres. (Artists TBD.) Free, lunch not provided.

Outside the Box Film Festival
Tuesday, October 24
5 – 11 PM
Various Locations
The Outside of the Box Film Festival is a celebration of filmmakers in the Lancaster area. It will highlight the diverse genres and styles that encompass Lancaster’s film community. Host sites will include: The Elk’s Club, Lancaster Art Studios, Zoetropolis, Tellus360 (speakeasy), and Fruition Collective. Times will be staggered between films so that attendees can change venues and be exposed to as many different films as possible.
Zoetropolis (315 West James Street): 5 – 7 PM
Fruition Collective (24 West Walnut Street): 6 – 8 PM
Tellus360 (24 East King Street): 8 – 10 PM
Lancaster Art Studios (411 West King Street): 9 – 11 PM
Elk’s Lodge (219 North Duke Street): 5 – 10 PM
Select sites will feature movie set installation pieces and costuming. Directors, cinematographers, editors, and other film artists will give talks about their work. Genres will run the gamut from shorts to horror, music videos to animation.

Tell It!
Saturday, October 21 – Thursday, October 26
5:30 PM
Crispus Attucks Community Center | 407 Howard Avenue
Share your story of living in Southeast Lancaster City with artists Salina Almanzar and Osmyn Oree! Share your story by speaking with Salina Almanzar, creating a small work of art that reflects your narrative, or leave us a poem. In exchange you will receive a photograph shot by Osmyn Oree and the chance to be featured on a community mural! Tell It is will be at these locations starting at 5:30 through Governor’s Arts Week:
October 21 – Farnum Park
October 22 – San Juan Bautista
October 23 – Martin Luther King Elementary
October 24 – Crispus Attucks
October 26 – CAP
This event is open to current and former residents of the Southeast and Southwest of Lancaster City. Se hablan Español.

Kēnòr
Tuesday, October 24
7 PM
The Trust Performing Arts Center | 36 North Market Street
Kēnòr: an authentic, improvised modern chamber music ensemble of virtuoso violin, percussion, vocals, and accordion in an exciting alchemy of evocative world music and mischievous poetry.
Come one, and come all,
the 24th of October,
the time 7 pm, at dusk.
As the evening falls, like the year, the sky rust,
we’ll revel in rhythm and rhyme at the Trust.

Pennsylvania Experience: Pictures and Poems
Tuesday, October 24 – Wednesday, October 25
7 – 9 PM
Pennsylvania College of Art & Design Atrium | 204 North Prince Street
The PCA&D photographic student organization Lux will be hosting an exhibition, Pennsylvania Experience: Pictures and Poems. The exhibition encompasses the creative diversity and collaboration of PCA&D students and how they make living in PA a better experience. This exhibition will showcase pictures, poems, and videos of student work that communicate what it means to create art and be involved in the Pennsylvania community. The exhibition will be printed, installed, and curated by the members of Lux, Larissa Ramey (President of Lux), Linda King Brown (Chair of Liberal Arts Department), and Eric Weeks (Chair of the Photography Department).

Quand on a 17 ans (Being 17) French Film Festival
Tuesday, October 24
7 – 9:30 PM
Stahr Auditorium, Stager Hall, F&M College | 550 College Avenue
(2016, 116 minutes) André Téchiné presents subtle mix of naturalism and narrative developments worthy of a great depiction of the trials and triumphs of coming of age in rural France during the Algerian war.

Poetry Rolls
Monday, October 23 – Thursday, October 26
POETRY ROLLS! Look for our traveling poetry playground—a van covered in magnetized words and crammed with volunteers and fun activities—throughout Lancaster this week. Come out to make a poem, share a poem, receive a poem! Visit www.poetryrolls.org for a schedule of sites and events.

Public Art Station Syndicate
Saturday, October 21 – Thursday, October 26
Assets Public Art Station
Assets Lancaster | 100 South Queen Street
The World’s Smallest Public Art Station
139 North Mary Street
The Just a Little Bit Smaller Public Art Station
It’s Modern Art | 529 West Chestnut Street
Public Art Station Syndicate is a Lancaster-based non-profit which supports the creation of Public Art Stations in Lancaster and beyond. These are semi-permanent installations that are part of the productive public art movement and they give the public the opportunity to express their creativity in an unmediated way. Primarily featuring watercolor, there are five stations in Lancaster, two in Columbia, PA and one in Portland, Oregon. More than 7,000 individual works of art have been created by artists at the Stations since the first one went up in Lancaster in 2013. publicartstation.org


WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25
MURALS / PUBLIC ART

MOSAIC Project
Saturday, October 21 – Thursday, October 26
8 AM – 5 PM
Pennsylvania College of Art & Design | 204 North Prince Street
The 9th annual The Mosaic Project features Amber Robles Gordon and Nate Lewis. The significance of art in the lives of our youth cannot be underestimated. Yet, just when research is finally emerging that supports this, budget cuts and curricular demands are threatening the foundation of creativity in our public schools. In order to fill that gap as well as enrich the community, Pennsylvania College of Art & Design developed The Mosaic Project, a multicultural exhibition and education program for students and families in Lancaster County.

SoWe Mural Project
Wednesday, October 25
9 AM – 5 PM
Two Dudes Painting Co. | 750 Poplar Street & throughout southwest neighborhood
Visit Two Dudes Painting Co. to help them complete their mega-mural and pick up a map of the 25 other murals done in the past few weeks around the SoWe neighborhood!

The Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsman Gallery, Store, and Exibit
Tuesday, October 24 – Thursday, October 26
10 AM – 5 PM
335 North Queen Street
The Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen will be showing an exhibition of work done by the local chapter of the organization. The Lancaster Designer Craftsmen is the Lancaster chapter and has about 160 members. The Gallery/Store is open from 10 AM to 5 PM, Tuesday through Saturday. The exhibition will be open to the public from October 1 through October 31. An opening is scheduled for First Friday, October 6 from 6 – 9 PM. The Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen has a beautiful store that sells only members work. Most of the work is made by Pennsylvanian crafts people, but members are accepted from all of the US. A full listing of workshops from shoe making to our Craft on Tap program are listed at pacrafts.org.

South Central Ceramic Artists and Potters Group Show
Sunday, October 22 – Thursday, October 26
10 AM – 4 PM
Lancaster Creative Factory / Kevin Lehman’s Pottery | 560 South Prince Street, Rear
Over 30 ceramic artist from South Central Pennsylvania will be on display, pieces are for sale.

Warren Rohrer Retrospective
Saturday, October 21 – Thursday, October 26
10 AM – 4 PM
Demuth Museum | 120 East King Street
Lancaster Museum of Art | 135 North Lime

Arab Comics
Saturday, October 21 – Friday, October 27
Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday – 11:30 – 4:30 PM
Saturday/Sunday – 12:30 – 4:30 PM
Rothman Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art | 600 College Avenue
Arab Comics: 90 Years of Popular Visual Culture. This traveling exhibition of 33 reproductions of Arab comics provides a look into Arab popular culture and the history of graphic illustration in the Middle East. Arab Comics: 90 Years of Popular Visual Culture, brought to the Phillips Museum of Art in partnership with F&M’s Islamic and Middle East Studies Program, features three distinct types of comic book art made by Arab artists: originals, adaptations, and contemporary works. This exhibit and its related programming are part of the Arab Arts Festival taking place on campus over the course of the fall semester.

Irina Botea Bucan
Saturday, October 21 – Friday, October 27
Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday – 11:30 – 4:30 PM
Saturday/Sunday – 12:30 – 4:30 PM
Dana Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art | 600 College Avenue
Irina Botea Bucan uses various media in her videos and films to question current coviopolitical dynamics and the possibility of their transformation. In the zone of transition, the building will have a future. It is comprised of nine works made over the last 10 years and revolve around three ideas of recording: suspended histories mostly unknown to the general public; gestures and behavioral fragments; and stories marked by the antagonism of the private vs. the public

Nissley Gallery Permanent Collection
Saturday, October 21 – Friday, October 27
Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday – 11:30 – 4:30 PM
Saturday/Sunday – 12:30 – 4:30 PM
Nissley Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art | 600 College Avenue
Permanent collection – The Phillips Museum of Art is a cultural resource for the College and for the local community. We invite visitors to our Nissley Gallery, which features objects and art works made by regional artisans and artists, as well as works on paper and artifacts from around the world.

Onward Revolution
Saturday, October 21 – Friday, October 27
Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday – 11:30 – 4:30 PM
Saturday/Sunday – 12:30 – 4:30 PM
Gibson Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art | 600 College Avenue
Onward with the Revolution: Late Soviet-era Posters is an exhibition from the permanent collection of the Phillips Museum of Art. F&M professors Jon Stone and Nina Bond selected 18 posters to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Russian revolution (Nov 17, 1917).

Tunes at Noon
Monday, October 23 – Thursday, October 26
The Ware Center, Lyet Lobby | 42 North Prince Street
12 – 1 PM
Feed your ears and your belly with this brown bag lunch concert series in honor of the Governor’s Arts Awards. Bring your lunch and munch in the Lyet Lobby of the Ware Center while listening to local artists representing different music genres. (Artists TBD.) Free, lunch not provided.

Chalk the Block
Wednesday, October 25
1 – 4 PM
Prince Street Pop-Up Park | 118 North Prince Street
Be a part of the bigger picture. Join local artists, businesses and the community as Friendship Heart Gallery hosts a collaborative community temporary sidewalk chalk mural. All proceeds from this event will benefit Artists with an Intellectual Disability and Autism at the Friendship Heart Gallery.

A Celebration of Mayor Gray and Mrs. Gray
Wednesday, October 25
5 – 6:30 PM
Join us in celebrating Lancaster’s very own Hon. J. Richard Gray and Mrs. Gail Gray, Special Recognition for Public Leadership in the Arts Recipients, 2017. Local artwork will be on display in our gallery and live music provided by Michael Ferrari. 

Public Art Walk, Be Public Art!
Wednesday, October 25
5:30 PM
Lancaster City Visitor Center | 38 Penn Square
Join members of the City of Lancaster’s Office of Public Art on a walking tour of some our city’s best public art! Learn about individual works as well as why public art is important to our economy and culture. We ask that participants dress in the color red to be a visual stream of energy and temporary public art as we move through the city! We’re not just looking at art – we get to BE public art!

Artist Meet and Greet
6 – 9 PM
Fruition Collective | 24 West Walnut Street
Featuring Katie Trainer, Mural Artist
and
Michelle Johnsen, Photographer Celestial Bodies Exhibit

Gibson Gallery – Film – The End of St. Petersburg
Wednesday, October 25
6 PM
Franklin & Marshall College
Film screening of The End of St. Petersburg (1927, dir. Vsevold Pudovkin): Gibson Gallery Women Poets and the Age of Revolution.

En Avant
Wednesday, October 25
7 PM
The Ware Center | 42 North Prince Street
Pennsylvania Ballet II are considered Pennsylvania Ballet’s “Community Ambassadors”. They are a pre-professional company that travels throughout the area presenting programs both in theaters and schools. The program will be a representation of the versatility of this company. They not only perform the classics with a new exciting passion, but they also attack the contemporary pieces with an energy and enthusiasm that represents Artistic Director Angel Corella’s vision of the Pennsylvania Ballet. Tickets are free, reservation required. Ware Center Box Office 717-983-3031 or www.artsmu.com.

Pennsylvania Experience: Pictures and Poems
Tuesday, October 24 – Wednesday, October 25
7 – 9 PM
Pennsylvania College of Art & Design Atrium | 204 North Prince Street
The PCA&D photographic student organization Lux will be hosting an exhibition, Pennsylvania Experience: Pictures and Poems. The exhibition encompasses the creative diversity and collaboration of PCA&D students and how they make living in PA a better experience. This exhibition will showcase pictures, poems, and videos of student work that communicate what it means to create art and be involved in the Pennsylvania community. The exhibition will be printed, installed, and curated by the members of Lux, Larissa Ramey (President of Lux), Linda King Brown (Chair of Liberal Arts Department), and Eric Weeks (Chair of the Photography Department).

Piano Four-Hand Concert
Wednesday, October 25
7:30 PM
Yang Yang and Xun Pan piano duet. Part of the Lancaster International Piano Festival.

Justin Jones Bread Tab Artist/Live Art
Wednesday, October 25 – Thursday, October 26
551 West | 551 West King Street 551 West
Justin Jones will be doing live art and have some of his art work on display and for sale.

Poetry Rolls
Monday, October 23 – Thursday, October 26
POETRY ROLLS! Look for our traveling poetry playground—a van covered in magnetized words and crammed with volunteers and fun activities—throughout Lancaster this week. Come out to make a poem, share a poem, receive a poem! Visit www.poetryrolls.org for a schedule of sites and events.

Public Art Station Syndicate
Saturday, October 21 – Thursday, October 26
Assets Public Art Station
Assets Lancaster | 100 South Queen Street
The World’s Smallest Public Art Station
139 North Mary Street
The Just a Little Bit Smaller Public Art Station
It’s Modern Art | 529 West Chestnut Street
Public Art Station Syndicate is a Lancaster-based non-profit which supports the creation of Public Art Stations in Lancaster and beyond. These are semi-permanent installations that are part of the productive public art movement and they give the public the opportunity to express their creativity in an unmediated way. Primarily featuring watercolor, there are five stations in Lancaster, two in Columbia, PA and one in Portland, Oregon. More than 7,000 individual works of art have been created by artists at the Stations since the first one went up in Lancaster in 2013. publicartstation.org


THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26
VISUAL ARTS / AWARDS CEREMONY

MOSAIC Project
Saturday, October 21 – Thursday, October 26
8 AM – 5 PM
Pennsylvania College of Art & Design | 204 North Prince Street
The 9th annual The Mosaic Project features Amber Robles Gordon and Nate Lewis. The significance of art in the lives of our youth cannot be underestimated. Yet, just when research is finally emerging that supports this, budget cuts and curricular demands are threatening the foundation of creativity in our public schools. In order to fill that gap as well as enrich the community, Pennsylvania College of Art & Design developed The Mosaic Project, a multicultural exhibition and education program for students and families in Lancaster County.

Print Your Own Letterpress Broadside
October 26
9 AM – 6:30 PM
Typothecary Letterpress | 420 West Grant Street
Stop by to print your own two-color letterpress poster. Take a quick tour of our studio and check out our vintage printing presses and see how we combine modern technology to create high quality, tactile products.

SDOL Student Artwork
Thursday, October 26
9 AM – 4 PM
Visitor Center | 38 Penn Square

Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsman Gallery, Store, and Exibit
Tuesday, October 24 – Thursday, October 26
10 AM – 5 PM
335 North Queen Street
The Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen will be showing an exhibition of work done by the local chapter of the organization. The Lancaster Designer Craftsmen is the Lancaster chapter and has about 160 members. The Gallery/Store is open from 10 AM to 5 PM, Tuesday through Saturday. The exhibition will be open to the public from October 1 through October 31. An opening is scheduled for First Friday, October 6 from 6 – 9 PM. The Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen has a beautiful store that sells only members work. Most of the work is made by Pennsylvanian crafts people, but members are accepted from all of the US. A full listing of workshops from shoe making to our Craft on Tap program are listed at pacrafts.org.

Robert E. Locher: A Modern Classic
Thursday, October 26
10 AM
The Demuth Museum | 120 East King Street
Please join Executive Director and Chief Curator, Anne M. Lampe for a tour of the exhibition, which features work by artist, theater designer, interior designer, and longtime friend of Charles Demuth, Robert E. Locher. Locher was well known for his illustrations in publications such as Vogue, Vanity Fair, and House and Garden, as well as interior design. He was considered one of the leading modern designers of the 20th century. Prolific during his time and well respected by his contemporaries, some of Locher’s clients included Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney and Juliana Force. Robert E. Locher: A Modern Classic exhibit features furniture, housewares, costume designs, and other work by this all but forgotten artist. Accompanying this exhibition is a major catalogue, Robert E. Locher: A Modern Classic by Anne M. Lampe with author Charlie Schroeder published by the Demuth Museum.

Sky and Light Transitions of Time
Thursday, October 26
10 AM – 6:30 PM
Lancaster Galleries | 34 North Water Street
John David Wissler paints the light of the skies between the end of the day and beginning of night. We will be open for extended hours on that day with light refreshments. The artist will be at the gallery.

South Central Ceramic Artists and Potters Group Show
Sunday, October 22 – Thursday, October 26
10 AM – 4 PM
Lancaster Creative Factory / Kevin Lehman’s Pottery | 560 South Prince Street, Rear
Over 30 ceramic artist from South Central Pennsylvania will be on display, pieces are for sale.

Warren Rohrer: Painter of the Fields
Thursday, October 26
11 AM
Lancaster Museum of Art | 135 North Lime Street
At 11 am please join Anne M. Lampe, Executive Director and Chief Curator for a guided tour of the Rohrer exhibit. This exhibit, the first major overview of Warren Rohrer’s work held in Lancaster County will examine the various stages of his career; including works from his early days of drawing to his fully realized abstract artistic language based on the fields of Lancaster County where he lived. Rohrer, who was one of the premier twentieth century abstract painters working in Philadelphia, went on to teach painting at the University of the Arts, and had his first major museum exhibit at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. This overview of his life and work will be from a uniquely Lancaster perspective and explore the deeply inherent connection of his love of the land in the county and how he developed that into his own abstract language that he used for the balance of his career. This exhibit is accompanied by a catalog, Warren Rohrer: Painter of the Fields by Anne M. Lampe.

Arab Comics
Saturday, October 21 – Friday, October 27
Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday – 11:30 – 4:30 PM
Saturday/Sunday – 12:30 – 4:30 PM
Rothman Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art | 600 College Avenue
Arab Comics: 90 Years of Popular Visual Culture. This traveling exhibition of 33 reproductions of Arab comics provides a look into Arab popular culture and the history of graphic illustration in the Middle East. Arab Comics: 90 Years of Popular Visual Culture, brought to the Phillips Museum of Art in partnership with F&M’s Islamic and Middle East Studies Program, features three distinct types of comic book art made by Arab artists: originals, adaptations, and contemporary works. This exhibit and its related programming are part of the Arab Arts Festival taking place on campus over the course of the fall semester.

Irina Botea Bucan
Saturday, October 21 – Friday, October 27
Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday – 11:30 – 4:30 PM
Saturday/Sunday – 12:30 – 4:30 PM
Dana Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art | 600 College Avenue
Irina Botea Bucan uses various media in her videos and films to question current coviopolitical dynamics and the possibility of their transformation. In the zone of transition, the building will have a future. It is comprised of nine works made over the last 10 years and revolve around three ideas of recording: suspended histories mostly unknown to the general public; gestures and behavioral fragments; and stories marked by the antagonism of the private vs. the public

Nissley Gallery Permanent Collection
Saturday, October 21 – Friday, October 27
Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday – 11:30 – 4:30 PM
Saturday/Sunday – 12:30 – 4:30 PM
Nissley Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art | 600 College Avenue
Permanent collection – The Phillips Museum of Art is a cultural resource for the College and for the local community. We invite visitors to our Nissley Gallery, which features objects and art works made by regional artisans and artists, as well as works on paper and artifacts from around the world.

Onward Revolution
Saturday, October 21 – Friday, October 27
Tuesday/Wednesday/Friday – 11:30 – 4:30 PM
Saturday/Sunday – 12:30 – 4:30 PM
Gibson Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art | 600 College Avenue
Onward with the Revolution: Late Soviet-era Posters is an exhibition from the permanent collection of the Phillips Museum of Art. F&M professors Jon Stone and Nina Bond selected 18 posters to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Russian revolution (Nov 17, 1917).

Prior to Equal and Unequal: On Phenomenology & Perception
Thursday, October 26
11:30 – 12:30 AM
Barshinger Concert Hall, F&M College | 620 College Avenue
Stephan Kaufer, John Williamson Nevin Memorial Professor of Philosophy. We often don’t see what we think we see. Drawing on psychology, art, the history of philosophy, optical illusions, and examples from ordinary experiences, the philosophical movement known as phenomenology has pointed out some surprising features of our visual experience and challenged some basic assumptions about vision. In doing so it produced an increasingly influential framework for understanding perception.

Artists of Lancaster Photograph
Thursday, October 26, 2017
12 PM
Lancaster Museum of Art | 135 North Lime Street
Join Mayor Gray and his wife, Gail at noontime at the Lancaster Museum of Art to have a group photograph of the artists of Lancaster taken by Eric Weeks, Chair of the Photography Department at PCA&D. In addition to our group photograph all the Lancaster artists that are in the Lancaster Museum of Art Collection will have their photograph taken by either Weeks or Chris Welch, former Chair of the Photography Department at PCA&D. A selection of these photographs will be exhibited in February at the Lancaster Museum of Art.

Tunes at Noon
Monday, October 23 – Thursday, October 26
The Ware Center, Lyet Lobby | 42 North Prince Street
12 – 1 PM
Feed your ears and your belly with this brown bag lunch concert series in honor of the Governor’s Arts Awards. Bring your lunch and munch in the Lyet Lobby of the Ware Center while listening to local artists representing different music genres. (Artists TBD.) Free, lunch not provided.

Lancaster Symphony Public Rehearsal
Thursday, October 26
2:30 – 3:30 PM
Fulton Theatre | 12 North Prince Street

Gallery Row Governor’s Awards for the Arts Pre-Awards Ceremony Celebration
Thursday, October 26
4 – 6 PM
Gallery Row | 100 block North Prince Street
Walk the Row and other participating galleries and check out the latest artwork! Talk with the artists, enjoy wine and cheese, and then join us as we all walk over to the Governor’s Awards for the Arts ceremony!

Untitled Lancaster
Thursday, October 26
4 -6 PM
Levengoods of Lancaster | 104 West King Street
Untitled Lancaster is a community art exhibition. The exhibit is made up of 100+ 10×10″ panels designed by artists of all ages. There is no set theme.

Tell It!
Saturday, October 21 – Thursday, October 26
5:30 PM
Community Action Partnership of Lancaster County | 601 South Queen Street
Share your story of living in Southeast Lancaster City with artists Salina Almanzar and Osmyn Oree! Share your story by speaking with Salina Almanzar, creating a small work of art that reflects your narrative, or leave us a poem. In exchange you will receive a photograph shot by Osmyn Oree and the chance to be featured on a community mural! Tell It is will be at these locations starting at 5:30 through Governor’s Arts Week:
October 21 – Farnum Park
October 22 – San Juan Bautista
October 23 – Martin Luther King Elementary
October 24 – Crispus Attucks
October 26 – CAP
This event is open to current and former residents of the Southeast and Southwest of Lancaster City. Se hablan Español.

2017 Governor’s Awards for the
Arts in Pennsylvania Awards Ceremony
Thursday, October 26
7 PM
Lancaster County Convention Center | 25 South Queen Street
Free and open to the public, registration required
Click here to register for tickets

Screening of Speed Sisters
Thursday, October 26
7 PM
Rothman Gallery, Phillips Museum of Art | 600 College Avenue
(2015, dir. Amber Fares) Speed Sisters is the riveting story of the first all-woman race car driving team in the Arab world.

Justin Jones Bread Tab Artist/Live Art
Wednesday, October 25 – Thursday, October 26
551 West | 551 West King Street
Justin Jones will be doing live art and have some of his art work on display and for sale.

Poetry Rolls
Monday, October 23 – Thursday, October 26
POETRY ROLLS! Look for our traveling poetry playground—a van covered in magnetized words and crammed with volunteers and fun activities—throughout Lancaster this week. Come out to make a poem, share a poem, receive a poem! Visit www.poetryrolls.org for a schedule of sites and events.

Public Art Station Syndicate
Saturday, October 21 – Thursday, October 26
Assets Public Art Station
Assets Lancaster | 100 South Queen Street
The World’s Smallest Public Art Station
139 North Mary Street
The Just a Little Bit Smaller Public Art Station
It’s Modern Art | 529 West Chestnut Street
Public Art Station Syndicate is a Lancaster-based non-profit which supports the creation of Public Art Stations in Lancaster and beyond. These are semi-permanent installations that are part of the productive public art movement and they give the public the opportunity to express their creativity in an unmediated way. Primarily featuring watercolor, there are five stations in Lancaster, two in Columbia, PA and one in Portland, Oregon. More than 7,000 individual works of art have been created by artists at the Stations since the first one went up in Lancaster in 2013. publicartstation.org