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Exhibits Beyond PCA&D

The vision of the Exhibitions program at the Pennsylvania College of Art & Design is to bring the world to PCA&D and PCA&D to the world. Curated exhibits display emerging and established artists within the galleries, while the exhibitions program also creates opportunities for PCA&D artists to exhibit far beyond the campus walls.

Current Exhibit

10 x 10 York: Call for Art

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Exhibits Beyond PCA&D

Past Exhibits

  • Community Exhibition

    10 x 10 exhibitions are a great way to see and build community in the arts. Whether established, emerging, or intergenerational, there is a powerful connection being made through artwork made by many in one space. Help us connect more members of our York Arts Community by making work with neighbors and sharing it together here.

    8/17/2022 - 10/22/2022

  • Skill Set

    The CCE (or PCA&D) is excited to partner with Garden Spot Village for the exhibition Skill Set: Art by the Center for Creative Exploration Instructors at the Pennsylvania College of Art and Design. The show runs from April 1 - April 30 in the Garden Spot Village Main Gallery. Skill Set features the work of nine CCE faculty who teach in a variety of media.

    4/01/2022 - 4/30/2022

  • Art Heals

    The PCA&D Artist in Residency program presents a public art exhibit, Art Heals, by art therapist Jennifer Quigley, MA, LPC, REAT. The exhibit brings a message of hope and healing to the community.

    6/04/2021 - 7/31/2021

  • Zammesei : To Be Together

    The concept of Zammesei ("To be together" in Pennsylvania Dutch) lies at the heart of this exhibition in partnership with Garden Spot Village.

    4/01/2021 - 4/30/2021

  • Things Left Unsaid

    A collaboration between the Lancaster Museum of Art and the Pennsylvania College of Art & Design featuring the work of the 2021 Fine Art Department seniors in a virtual exhibition.

    12/11/2020 - 1/10/2021