Poetry Paths is a project of the Philadelphia Alumni Writers House at Franklin & Marshall College.
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Please join us TONIGHT at the Ware Center, 42 North Prince Street in downtown Lancaster, for a poetry reading and poetry slam, from 5-8pm, co-hosted by students from the Creative Writing Guild at Millersville University, the community of the Writers House at … Continue reading
Below is an excerpt from our Fall 2011 newsletter. To read it in full and view images, please click here. Dear Friends, Hi from Poetry Paths! We are delighted to have news to share. As many of you may know, … Continue reading
The Lancaster County Conservancy has announced a new project to create an “Urban Forest Center” with its future location along the Little Conestoga Creek in East Hempfield Township. While still in the exploration phase, this project will create an urban nature preserve … Continue reading
On First Friday, October 7, from 6-7 PM, you are invited to attend an unveiling ceremony for the Poetry Paths piece at Tabor / Eastern Market. The event is planned and sponsored by C.H. Briggs and Chris Dawson architect. Specialty … Continue reading
Dear friends, I am happy to have news to share regarding the Poetry Paths project at Shreiner-Concord Cemetery. Thanks in advance for sharing this email with your neighbors at Shreiner Concord. Last week the Shreiner-Concord board and Poetry Paths staff … Continue reading
THE LANCAST has just published an insightful podcast interviewing the artists, poet and partners from the Poetry Paths piece at Pennsylvania College of Art & Design. Read more and download here .
We had a lively community gathering this evening at the Shreiner-Concord Cemetery viewing the two artists’ proposals for the Poetry Paths installation for that site. Thanks to all who attended! And thanks to all who sent us their comments. The public … Continue reading
By BERNARD HARRIS Staff Writer, Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era The Poetry Paths project started with the audacious goal of weaving poetry into the daily life of Lancaster. By incorporating poems into public art, the organizers at Franklin & Marshall College’s … Continue reading
The members of the Shreiner-Concord Foundation board welcome you to a light reception and community gathering where you’ll have the chance to view the two proposals being considered for the site and share your comments helping to inform the final … Continue reading
Excerpt from the Pennsylvania College of Art & Design press release: The mural in the PCA&D portico is being created by Root 222, a Reading, Pa.-based group of artists who are also members of PCA&D’s alumni community. Deric Hettinger ’02, Schon Wanner … Continue reading