|Annex 24 Gallery & Shoppe|
24 West Walnut St, 717-341-0028
Masterpiece for Mom - we provide everything for "kids" to paint a 8x10 canvas for mom. LIVE Art Demonstrations. Hands by Hoin - Bill Hoin will turn the outline of your hand into a spectacular creature, flower, shape, your choice!
|Art & Glassworks|
319 N. Queen St, 717-394-4133
|Artisans Gallery Fine Art & Craft|
114 N. Prince St, 717-299-9496
Marlin Bert featured artist of May
|Arts Hotel Gallery|
300 Harrisburg Ave, 800-720-ARTS
"Looking Back" with Jenn Peachey is featured in the board room. Bob Heilman in the Blanche Nevin Room. Ned Wert will be in the restaurant.
|Auntie Hezza and My Aunt Debbie|
148 North Prince St, 717-391-6578
It's a Play Date - From Funky to Junky, these Aunties make scrappy look good!
|Christiane David Gallery|
112 N Prince St, 717-293-0809
Landscape and streetscape scenes from expressionist to impressionist. Plein Air stretscape painting demonstration. Meet the artist.
146 N Prince St, 717-393-8807
Mother May I: Exhibition highlighting featured artist Judith Hummel. Artist available on Saturday from 11-3. The Art of Living an Artful Life: Bring pictures of your room, ask the designer and find tips on how to transform a space. Enjoy the work of 20 additional members & visiting artists.
|Curating the City (sponsored by Phillips Museum of Art - F&M College)|
Community Heritage Partners, 214 West Grant Street, 717-291-4293
Take a Mobile Tour of Lancaster: our main interactive activity. Download the free Historypin App straight from the App Store to your smart phone, then open it, select ‘Channels’, search “Curating the city: People and Places in Lancaster, PA” and scroll to find our exhibition, select, and enjoy!
This is a guided tour of downtown Lancaster through the use of one's smart phone. City Creatures Tour: This is a tour that is on the historypin website. We will be making work sheets and coloring pages to draw attention to some of the most interesting aspect of the tour. Best for families with kids ages 5-10. Cemetery Exploration: Another worksheet for kids (10-15) that contains room for sketches, making observations and learning about the history of the Shreiner-Concord Cemetery.
142 North Prince St, 717-435-9591
Musical Works - Inspired by the sublime compositions of Chopin, Wagner, Tchaikovsky, and Schubert, among others, Freiman Stoltzfus creates abstract works that are a visual representation of music--an ephemeral art that shares much in common with painting.
|Gallery on Market|
15 W. King St., 717-371-9864
to be updated shortly.
|Gallery360 at Tellus360|
24 E. King St, 717-393-1660
Literarily: Design & the Written Word - This exhibit encourages writers, graphic designers, illustrators, and all artists in between to explore the influence of literature as the basis for their work. Our challenge for designers and writers is to create visual works whose concept is rooted in the influences of books, reading, poetry, original writing, and literature of all kinds. This is a group exhibit, artists to be announced.
|Guild Store at Center of American Craft|
335 N. Queen St, 717-431-8706
In Bloom, a 7-week exhibition featuring all works celebrating the seasonal blossoming of life, Spring and the gardens around us. Demonstrations from fraktur with Adele Lynham (Sat: 1-5) and woodturning with Ted Rasmussen (Sun: 12-4). Wearable Craft Workshop Sampler on Saturday, May 4: learn one of three topics including Polymer Clay Mokume Gane, Wire Crochet Jewelry or Crocheted Cowl.
228 N. Prince St, 717-299-0127
CHROMA: Recent Works by Brant Schuller & Debbie Sigel
|j. a. sharp Custom Jeweler|
322 N. Queen St., 717-295-9661
A photo exhibition by Patrick Cooney.
317 N Queen St, 717-572-6309
Make your own jewelry - For a small fee make your own necklace or bracelet with a huge selection of beads.
|Julia Swartz Gallery|
17 N Prince St
Spring Experience. Julia's Spring Experience will feature paintings from Spring Flowers to Amish Mud Sales.
By popular demand we are again doing the People's painting where anyone can pick up a brush and paint a few strokes. This will be a part of this years Social Mission to benefit Rafiki Africa. http://www.rafikiafrica.org/ .
|Kalargyros & Herr Gallery plus LCAA Downtown|
112 W Orange St, 717-394-3898
"Small Works" Exhibit by LCAA members: This exhibit features small works of art, 8x10" or smaller by members of the Lancaster County Art Association.
Recent Works by Despina Kalargyros Colon & Carol Herr.
Special hands-on activity: 4x4 in Black & White - Stop by and pick up your 4x4" piece of black paper and create a "small" masterpiece using any white medium.
|Kevin Lehman Pottery & Lancaster Creative Factory|
560 S. Prince St, 717-509-7547
Exhibits, Pottery and Glass Blowing Demonstrations at Kevin Lehman Pottery. Lancaster Creative Factory's Make and Take - Come and visit our table downtown and walk away with your own creation or collaborate to create a community work of art.
|Keystone Art & Culture Center|
420 Pearl St, 717-870-4869
"Denial" by Joyce Ellen Weinstein. Experience and witness first hand the art of Bronze Casting at 2 pm on Saturday. Interested persons may contact the foundry to have their own hand cast in bronze at this event. (717 870-4869). Kids Crafts - open craft table with Lancaster Creative Reuse.
34 North Water St, 717-397-5552
From Observation - An Invitational: Paintings and drawings by regional and national artists represented by Lancaster Galleries.
|Lancaster Museum of Art|
134 N. Lime St, 717-394-3497
Student Art Sale - Have you ever visited one of the exhibitions featuring artwork by Lancaster high school students and wished you could purchase something? The Student Art Sale at LMA provides students with the experience of selling their work and provides visitors the chance to support and purchase! More details to come. Continuing Exhibitions include - Emilie Snyder: A Life in Art. Exhibition of Paula and Robert Winokur.
|Liz Hess Gallery|
140 N. Prince St, 717-390-7222
Meet the artist Liz Hess
529 W. Chestnut St, 610-761-9799
Come see the work, then borrow one of our special Modern Art bikes, grab an ArtWalk map & tour our favorite city. All you need is a photo ID and a smile. And thats not all... if you fall in love with your wheels (which we suspect you will), bid on them in the silent auction, ending Sunday on 3pm.
310 N Queen St, 717-299-0827
J Almodovar Homespun Handbags: 100% Indie Chic. Old world meets urban casual. Local artisan J Almodovar blends natural fabrics & textures with rich hues to create one-of-a-kind burlap handbags & fashion accessories.
|North Museum of Natural History & Science|
400 College Ave, 717-291-3941
Photography Exhibit: The Land of Fire and Ice - Thirty travelers braved wind and rain to see the mid-Atlantic ridge, the wild city of Reykjavik and to live the sagas. This photography exhibit showcases images captured from these travelers’ experiences as they roamed Iceland. Diamonds - Diamonds take visitors on a dazzeling journey from “rocks to riches”.
|Parked (sponsored by Coe Camera)|
220 N. Prince St, 717-394-6824
Parked is a collaborative 1yr photography exhibit by Ole and Taylor. Unlike your art galleries, museums, college campuses, and cafes; Parked is housed inside a U-haul truck. Meet the artist Ole Hongvanthong and Taylor Brown.
|Pennsylvania College of Art & Design|
204 N Prince St, 717-396-7833
The Senior Show & Celebration is the capstone event for the Class of 2013. Senior thesis projects in a variety of media will cover over 60,000 square feet of the college.
|Red Raven Art Company|
138 N Prince St, 717-299-4400
Featuring Tom dePaul: Solo Exhibit and Barbara Bowers, 3-D Pottery
|School District of Lancaster|
Binns Room at the Ware Center, 717-735-1488
School District of Lancaster Spring Art Show featuring 2D and 3D work from our elementary, middle and high school students. Hosted by The Ware Center (42 N. Prince St.).
|Ware Center, Millersville University - Lancaster|
42 North Prince Street, 717-871-2308
The Echo Valley Art Group exhibition. Current and exhibiting members of the Echo Valley Art Group include Carol Anspach, Daniel Burns, Ann DeLaurentis, Milt Friedly, Bruce Fry, Jim Gallagher, Carol Galligan, Jeff Geib, Claire Giblin, Susan Gottleib, Richard Huck, Kenneth Kirsten, Heidi Leitzke, Robert Lyon, Shalya Marsh, Carol Morgan, Richard Ressel, Peg Richards, Abby Rudisill, Brant Schuller, Carol Toner Shane, Scott Spangler, Richard Whitson, and emeritus members Ronald Sykes, Kenneth Hoak, and Joann Hensel.