Poetry Paths is a project of the Philadelphia Alumni Writers House at Franklin & Marshall College.
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We would love your feedback on submissions for Poetry Path’s public art installations. We are currently collecting public comments on two design proposals for Clipper Magazine Stadium. Each artist was tasked with incorporating the words from Le Hinton’s poem, Our Ballpark, into their … Continue reading
Poetry Paths has received proposals from two artists for an installation to occur near the main entrance of the Fulton Theatre, 12 N. Prince St. The proposals will be on display in the lobby during the Fulton’s Youtheatre performances this Thursday, Friday … Continue reading
Poetry Paths has solicited proposals from two mural artists for the installation to occur at the Spanish American Civic Association (SACA). We are currently collecting public comments. If you are part of the SACA community, we welcome you to submit … 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
Call for Poetry – Keystone Arts & Culture Center (click link for complete information) Poetry Paths seeks original poems by living poets from Lancaster to be integrated into a piece of public art permanently displayed at Keystone Arts & Culture … Continue reading
Poetry Paths seeks qualifications from artists and designers interested in creating pieces of art to be permanently displayed throughout the city, each piece incorporating selected poetry. Deadline: March 25, 2011 Please read the Call for more information.
Poetry Paths seeks original poems by living poets to be integrated into pieces of public art permanently displayed throughout our city. Please read the Call for information about SIX sites for which we currently seek poems by living writers, and please … Continue reading
Local poet’s work to be engraved in Penn Square path , by Bernard Harris, Intelligencer Journal/Lancaster New Era Looking at the dying light of a winter’s day in a painting by David Brumbach, the viewer feels the need to step around … Continue reading
PENN SQUARE’S NORTHWEST QUADRANT LANCASTER, PA Design by Thomas Comitta Associates, Inc. Poetry Paths, a poetry and public art project in the City of Lancaster, in collaboration with the City of Lancaster Public Works Department, the Office of the Mayor … Continue reading
Many Lancastrians took part in giving their comments and votes on the three Poetry Paths proposals for the Lancaster Amtrak Station. The selection committee carefully reviewed the proposals and the over 250 public responses, selecting as the finalist,The Rings: Poetry … Continue reading