Franklin County Visitors Bureau invites the public to “A Conversation with Grandmother Edna: Fabric Artist and Storyteller.”
This theme reflects the community’s own Renaissance with adjustments to life during and after a pandemic of global proportions.
It was originally a Kickstarter project and was fully funded as of March 31st of this year. While the full title hasn’t released yet they have dropped a free teaser in the form of a prologue on Steam and GoG.
The local arts community is buzzing with activity this month as the Council for the Arts 36th annual Miniature Exhibition opens Friday
The inspiration for the piece came from one of Schwartz’s favorite Bible stories, for which he finds parallels in the current pandemic.
Artists were finding new ways to pursue their art, through creative social distancing and technology.
Several local non-profit organizations plan events this month celebrating Women’s History Month. All are free, and all are different, offering the public plenty of opportunity to celebrate franklin County’s history-making women.
You may need your magnifying glass and thinking caps for this art show. The Mansion House Gallery at City Park in Hagerstown Md, hosts an opening art reception from 2-4:30 p.m. Mar. 1 titled “My Story.”
Wilson College will hold a reception from 4:30 to 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 5, to mark the opening of a new art exhibition, Selections from the Collection: “Who are we?”
Local author Sue James is strongly supportive of the work of Shippensburg’s Reins of Rhythm program.
A reception for “The Power of ALICE®” photography exhibit takes place from 10-11 a.m. Dec. 7 at the Coyle Free Library.
Wilson College recently announced the winners of the college’s 9th annual juried high school student art exhibition. The exhibit runs through Dec. 6 in the Bogigian Gallery in Wilson’s Lortz Hall.
The Foundry Artist Cooperative invites regional artists to participate in an Artist Challenge Oct.19 from 10 a.m.-12 noon.
Twenty paintings by local artist Sherrie Devor is currently on exhibit in the main hallway at Chambersburg Hospital.
The business meeting starts at 7 p.m. (6:30 social time), followed by a program featuring Fredericks. She will demonstrate her process in a program called “Developing ideas and composition for Surrealism.”
Totem Pole Playhouse’s final 2019 production starts tonight at the famed summer theater venue in Caledonia.
This year’s Margaret Weeks scholarship recipient is a native of Chambersburg and a Junior at Chambersburg Area Senior High School with big dreams for the future.
The largest art exhibition to be held annually in Franklin County, the Alliance show regularly features over 300 watercolors, oils, pastels, prints, drawings, photographs and sculptures, by more than 80 area artists.