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“Bricks and Mortar,” a poem by Barbara Buckman Strasko, can be found engraved in a river of granite at the corner of King and Queen Streets in downtown Lancaster. Lancaster dedicated the newly renovated Market Square, including the poem in granite, … Continue reading
Our 2018-2019 season of Poetry Paths in the Schools is coming to a close, and we are hosting our 10th annual Kids Poetry Reading featuring student poets from Buchanan, Carter & MacRae, and Ross Elementary Schools. Please join the poets … Continue reading
We’re thrilled to announce that the latest Poetry Paths artwork, a mural by Jared Bader, has just been installed at Water Street Ministries. Here is the link to the article about the mural in LNP.
Our 2012-2013 season of Poetry Paths is coming to a close, and we write to invite you all to join us for our 4th annual Kids Poetry Reading. Please join the poets and their teachers, principals, friends, neighbors and families as … Continue reading
Wednesday, May 23 6:30 – 8:00 pm Schnader Theater at the Roschel Performing Arts Center Franklin & Marshall College (College Ave. between New and Frederick Streets.) From October 2011 through April 2012, students from Lancaster’s public elementary schools have been … Continue reading
On Friday, March 2 at 5 pm, Poetry Paths will join the Lancaster Public Library to mark the installation of this artful bench by SALT Design Studio and collaborator Brooklyn-based artist Erin Gleason featuring the poetry of Emily Dickinson. Guests … Continue reading
Several people have written to us to ask if they could see the other artists’ proposals we received for Shreiner-Concord Cemetery. In fact, we only solicited two proposals from artists for the site, and we have presented both of these proposals to the … Continue reading
The Lancaster Public Library’s Duke Street Alcove will soon house a public art installation incorporating the words of Emily Dickinson’s Poem “I Dwell In Possibility”. Take a look at your two artists’ proposals here (pdf), and send your thoughts, comments and … Continue reading
We would love your feedback on submissions for Poetry Path’s public art installations. We are currently collecting public comments on two design proposals for Clipper Magazine Stadium. Each artist was tasked with incorporating the words from Le Hinton’s poem, Our Ballpark, into their … Continue reading