|Annex 24 Gallery|
24 West Walnut St, 717-341-0028
Art Alive: Artist performing live art for your entertainment. Warehouse Art Sale: Artists selling new & old, used and unused, art related wares...restock, stock up and have fun at this non-conventional garage sale in the Warehouse
|Artisans Gallery Fine Art & Craft|
114 N. Prince St, 717-299-9496
Marlin Bert - meet the artist events
|Arts Hotel Gallery|
300 Harrisburg Ave, 800-720-ARTS
Explore the creative fruits of Enjoy a visit to our renowned art gallery and experience some of Lancaster, Pennsylvania's finest talent. All art in the hotel is available for purchase.
Rear warehouses at 342 N. Queen St, 717-394-7201
BUiLDiNG CHARACTER is a fantastic collection of 45+ shops ~ at home in 10,000-square-feet of historic warehouses.
|Christiane David Gallery|
112 N Prince St, 717-293-0809
|Community Room on King/Veritas|
106 W. King St, 717-285-1984
|Friendship Heart Gallery|
118 N. Water Street, Suite 101, 717-945-6904
Public Collaboration Piece: A variety of pictures will be divided into smaller sections. Members of the public can come into our studio and choose a piece of the picture they'd like to paint on one of the large canvases laid out in our classroom space.
|Gallery360 at Tellus360|
24 E. King St, 717-393-1660
Gallery360 will host a juried group exhibit of collage art. Some artists make collages as a first step in their process of making a larger work; for others, the collage is the final piece. Guest juror Carl Vestweber (Boston, MA) will choose work for the exhibit.
|Guild Store at Center of American Craft|
335 N. Queen St, 717-431-8706
|j. a. sharp Custom Jeweler|
322 N. Queen St., 717-295-9661
|Julia Swartz Gallery|
17 N Prince St
Painting Life of a Recent road trip from French culture of Quebec City to the Nautical scenes of the Coast of Maine by Julia Swartz. By popular demand we are again doing the People's painting where anyone can pick up a brush and paint a few strokes.
|Lancaster Creative Factory|
560 S. Prince St, 717-509-7547
(special location: Orange & Prince St) Collaborate & Create! ArtWalkers of all ages will have an opportunity to participate in a fun & spontaneous hands-on art activity. Using imagination and inspiration, participants can produce an original of their own and help to create a collaborative artwork celebrating our creative community.
|Lancaster Public Library|
125 N. Duke St, 717-394-2651
Library Lover's Art Auction. Support your local library, and go home with a new piece of fine art! Preview at 4:30pm and auction at 5:30pm for ticket holders at St. James Warehouse.
|Lancaster Punk Rock Flea Market (Saturday only)|
223 N Water Street, 717-299-9684
Tons of vintage and handmade vendors take over all four floors of the Chameleon Club! Records, vintage clothes, housewares, Christmas items, handmade clothing, art prints, etc. Saturday only.
|Liz Hess Gallery|
140 N. Prince St, 717-390-7222
Our City: Follow the iconic red umbrella down the streets and past the landmarks of our beloved city. Meet the artist Liz Hess
118 N Water Street #102, 717-392-6011
529 W. Chestnut St, 610-761-9799
An Interactive Exhibit Presented by the Society of the Lost and Found
|Pennsylvania College of Art & Design|
204 N Prince St, 717-396-7833
The Senior Show & Celebration features 60,000 sq. feet of exhibition space filled with art in a variety of media by the Class of 2014 -- much of it for sale.
|Red Raven Art Company|
138 N Prince St, 717-299-4400
|School District of Lancaster|
Binns Room at the Ware Center, 717-735-1488
The School District of Lancaster Spring Art Show features works from kindergarten through high school students including both 2D and 3D. Hosted by The Ware Center, 42 N. Prince Street, Lancaster, PA 17603.
|Trust Performing Arts Center|
37 N Market St, 717-560-8218
|Ware Center, Millersville University - Lancaster|
42 North Prince Street, 717-871-2308
|Wood Stove House presents Playgrounds: Theater on Site|
various locations in the city, 717-279-1878
Wood Stove House presents three plays written for 3 outdoor locations in Lancaster City. The audience will gather at the first site, take in the first play and then walk to the next site just in time for the next play. The full set of plays will be performed several times over the weekend.