Poetry Paths is a project of the Philadelphia Alumni Writers House at Franklin & Marshall College.
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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.
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 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 .
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
“Lancaster’s art scene is making exciting strides in telling the world more about what makes us an “arts destination.” Through a new regional advertising campaign that launched this month, articles and posts about the arts in Lancaster have already appeared … Continue reading
Poets get to spread word all over city, by Bernie Harris // Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era, Monday, February 21, 2011
Brightening the intersection of King and Church streets, by Bernie Harris // Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era, Dec 1, 2010
Poetic flair for Penn Square, by Bernie Harris // Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era, October 7, 2010