During April's First Friday celebration in downtown Lancaster, PCA&D is represented well at two one-night only exhibits and a month-long exhibit of new work by its students.
Click here to see today's Lancaster newspaper for a sneak peek at the exhibits.
"Exploring the Theme of Reflections" will feature works in various media by PCA&D's Fine Art majors. Works are based on the theme of "Reflections," an exhibit running concurrently in PCA&D's Main Gallery by members of Zeuxis: an association of still life painters.
"Exploring the Theme..." will be shown for one night only, April 5, from 5 - 9 p.m. in PCA&D's Chestnut Street Space, located on the PCA&D campus at the intersection of W. Chestnut and N. Water Streets. Click here to learn more about our Fine Arts degrees.
Self portrait by Hannah Gibson '15
Junior Photography majors Leawna Burek, Chelsea Crossett, Erik Espinosa, Karen Goswell, Gregg Irwin, Martin Lamneck Jr., Emma Cate Robertson, and Maggie Rudisill are offering "Aisle 8," a one-night-only show of video and photography installations. A detail of work by Martin Lamneck is shown at the top of this article.
Their exhibit will be open for one night only from 5 - 8 p.m. at the Demuth Museum, 116 E. King Street, Lancaster. Click here to see images on Facebook as the juniors prepare for their big night.
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"Forum" by Amber Martin [soon to be Sander]
Fine Art majors Kelli Mantell '13 and Amber Martin [soon to be Sander] '13 will have a show of paintings, "Via 403," at the Mulberry Art Studios, 21 N. Mulberry Street in Lancaster. Their exhibit continues through April.
An article about their exhibit has appeared in the Lancaster, Pa. newspaper. See it here.
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"Campo de'Fiori" in Italy, by Kelli Mantell.