Poetry Paths is a project of the Philadelphia Alumni Writers House at Franklin & Marshall College.
Category Archives: On the Street
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.
Artists George Mummert and Dave Romanchock installed the latest addition to the Poetry Paths On the Streets initiative of public art and poetry in Lancaster City on Thursday, June 27. … 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 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.
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
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
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
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
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