Each year Poetry Paths offers poetry workshops and enrichment activities for over one hundred schoolchildren from the School District of Lancaster. We invite you to celebrate this yearâ€™s young writers from Hand Middle School, Martin School, and King Elementary School! … Continue reading →
Snow in the City By Migma Sherpa, Fulton Elementary School, Grade 5 Every day I see many things in the city: buildings, parks and schools, cars and bikes. I see some Nepali food and fruit in the stores here, … Continue reading →
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Stop by Fulton Elementary School, 225 West Orange Street, to visit the newest completed site of Poetry Paths!Â The site was completed in November 2013 and features five stainless steel spheres with Corian caps on which poems are printed.Â Congratulations to writers … Continue reading →
2013 Poet Mary Szybist wins the National Book Award in Poetry for her collection of poems, Incarnadine.Â Mary’s poem, “All Times and All Tenses Alive In this Moment” appears in the book. You can find this poem here, and at the … Continue reading →
Visit the grounds of the newly renovated Fulton Elementary School, 225 West Orange Street to seeÂ the latest Poetry Paths artwork, by artists Sara Pevaroff Schuh and Erin Gleason. Below, Terry and Marianne of Irvin Services, the fabricators of the piece, … Continue reading →
Students from Washington Elementary and Reynolds Middle School have been exploring Â the outdoors as inspiration for poetry. Washington Elementary visited the Conestoga Greenway and Reynolds Middle School (pictured here) visited the Millport Conservancy. Ross and Fulton Elementary schools are also … Continue reading →
Artists George Mummert and Dave Romanchock installed the latest addition to the Poetry Paths OnÂ the Streets initiative of public art and poetry in Lancaster City on Thursday, June 27. Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â … Continue reading →
October 5 Poetry Paths, our innovative poetry and public art project, has reached critical mass with pieces now installed at Pennsylvania College of Art & Design, Tabor Community Services, Lancaster Public Library, Bright Side Opportunities Center, Spanish American Civic Associationâ€™s … Continue reading →
Artist Derek Parker has completed the installation of his sculpture that features a poem by Le Hinton. For more details click here for the Â Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New EraÂ article.
Monday’s Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era highlights our latest installation at SACA. Â Congratulations to artist Jared Bader and poet Persio Asencio. Â For the full article, click here.