Category Archives: In the Community
Artist Derek Parker has completed the installation of his sculpture that features a poem by Le Hinton. For more details click here for the Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era article.
Monday’s Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era highlights our latest installation at SACA. Congratulations to artist Jared Bader and poet Persio Asencio. For the full article, click here.
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
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
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
A lively group of partners from both the sites and the schools joined us and our primary funders, Lancaster County Community Foundation, and Franklin & Marshall College, for a reception on June 14. It was a time for introductions among … Continue reading
Visiting poet, Major Jackson, lead a lively Poetry Paths workshop for 25 youth at Bright Side Opportunities Center this afternoon. Jackson is the author of Holding Company (2010), Hoops (2006) and Leaving Saturn (2002) and is a finalist for the National Book Critics … Continue reading
Through Poetry Paths, Julia Spicher Kasdorf conducted two poetry workshops last Friday for 16 residents and staff members at Water Street Mission on South Prince Street. She also gave a reading from her recent work later that evening at the … Continue reading
Poetry Paths and the Philadelphia Alumni Writers House have collaborated with the Fulton Theatre to bring performance poet EDWIN TORRES to Lancaster for two days of workshops and performances. In addition to working with high school students at McCaskey on … Continue reading