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January 2018


Drawing In / Drawing Out: Contemporary Drawing

January 23March 4

The Phillips Museum of Art,

700 College Ave

Lancaster,

PA

17603

United States


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Free

Drawing in / Drawing out: Contemporary Drawing out brings together 12 artists whose methods and materials expand the notion of drawing as a discrete artmaking practice.  This exhibition features the work of contemporary artists Matt Bollinger, Amanda Burnham, Cindy Cheng, Lisa Iglesias, Hedieh Javanshir Ilchi, Sangram Majumdar, Cara Ober, Mary Reisenwitz, Molly Springfield, Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum, Rene Trevino and Vickie Sher.  Each artist draws on their own experience and perspective to explore the wide range of methodologies being practiced today.  Their…

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CURRENTS: All Student Juried Show

January 23February 25

The Phillips Museum of Art,

700 College Ave

Lancaster,

PA

17603

United States


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Free

The Phillips Museum of Art at Franklin & Marshall College welcomes the spring semester with our annual CURRENTS:  All Student Juried Show.  This show, sponsored and organized by the campus Art Club, embodies F&M’s liberal arts principles–all students can make art and enter it in this show.  This year’s juror, Frederick Wright Jones, Muhlenberg College Sculpture Professor, will select between 65 to 85 works and select awards in best of drawing, painting, film, mixed-media, sculpture, photography and best in show. …

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Anonymous was a Woman: Individuals and Identities

January 23March 4

The Phillips Museum of Art,

700 College Ave

Lancaster,

PA

17603

United States


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Free

Anonymous was a Woman:  Individuals and Identities, curated from the permanent collection of the Phillips Museum of Art at Franklin & Marshall College, incorporates 17 photographic works of unidentified women.  This exhibit focuses on the history of picture making and women and their place in society.  By titling the show Anonymous was a Woman, we are referencing Mirra Banks’ 1978 groundbreaking film by the same title, while also focusing on the ofter under-documented history of women. Panel Discussion      February…

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February 2018


Demystifying the Underground Railroad

February 22 @ 4:00 pm5:30 pm

LancasterHistory.org,

230 North President Avenue

Lancaster,

PA

17603

United States


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The Underground Railroad (UGRR) was the first interracial activist movement in the United States. It brought together people of diverse backgrounds and from a variety of regions, including Pennsylvania, in defiance of the institution of slavery. There are many myths which surround its operation. However, it becomes less mysterious upon understanding how it operated, the dangers faced by participants, and its impact upon both the South and the North. As this talk examines the effectiveness of the Underground Railroad, it…

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Film Screening: Anonymous was a Woman

February 22 @ 6:00 pm7:00 pm

The Phillips Museum of Art,

700 College Ave

Lancaster,

PA

17603

United States


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Free

Film screening: Anonymous was a Woman (1978), dir. Mirra Bank Gibson Curriculum Gallery Anonymous was a Woman:  Individuals and Identities, curated from the permanent collection of the Phillips Museum of Art at Franklin & Marshall College, incorporates 17 photographic works of unidentified women.  This exhibit focuses on the history of picture making and women and their place in society.  By titling the show Anonymous was a Woman, we are referencing Mirra Banks’ 1978 groundbreaking film by the same title, while also…

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March 2018


Lecture: Anonymous was a Woman

March 7 @ 6:00 pm8:00 pm

The Phillips Museum of Art,

700 College Ave

Lancaster,

PA

17603

United States


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Free

Lecture: Alicia Eler, author of The Selfie Generation Anonymous was a Woman:  Individuals and Identities, curated from the permanent collection of the Phillips Museum of Art at Franklin & Marshall College, incorporates 17 photographic works of unidentified women.  This exhibit focuses on the history of picture making and women and their place in society.  By titling the show Anonymous was a Woman, we are referencing Mirra Banks’ 1978 groundbreaking film by the same title, while also focusing on the ofter under-documented…

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May 2018


May Fair at Rock Ford

May 20 @ 10:00 am3:00 pm

Join us for this traditional celebration of the arrival of Spring with period dancing around the Maypole, games, music, open hearth cooking demonstrations, guided tours of the mansion (see below), and more. All outdoor activities are free and open to the public and also weather permitting. Guided tours of the mansion will be on the hour from 10 am until 3 pm. There is an admission charge to tour the mansion. No reservations required.  $8 Adults, $7 Seniors (65+), $6 Children 6 to 12 and…

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Lecture: “Rescuing the Revolution” by David Price

May 24 @ 5:30 pm6:30 pm

Join us as David Price presents a lecture based on his book, “Rescuing the Revolution.” The victories achieved by the American cause during the events from December 25, 1776 to January 3, 1777 in the war for independence from Great Britain were the product of bold and imaginative leadership on the part of George Washington and his fellow generals, miscalculation by the enemy, and the fortuitous effects of weather as it related to the movement of troops and battlefield conditions. But…

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