First Friday Photography Venues for 2015-02-06

Here’s the list of Lancaster City venues that I believe will be showing some photographs (or photo-inspired art) this First Friday, February 6th:

Coe Camera
220 N Prince St
Lancaster, PA 17603
5 – 8:30 PM
Come to Downtown Lancaster on First Friday this February to see the juried selections from the submitted work of members of the Lancaster County Photography Meetup Group on their first ever opening night! Light snacks and drinks will be available.

The Ware Center
42 N. Prince Street
6 – 8 PM
February’s First Friday includes artwork on exhibit of Millersville Art & Design Faculty members. The Art & Design studio offerings include ceramics, metals and jewelry, sculpture, painting, graphic and interactive design, photography, printmaking and drawing. Faculty from each of these areas and those that offer coursework in art education will present a wide range of media and approaches to making art. These personal investigations are a result of ongoing bodies of work that have been exhibited in greater depth nationally and internationally. There is no charge to browse the exhibit, which will remain on view throughout the month.

Demuth Museum
120 East King Street
5 – 8 PM
Cherished Friends and Intimate Spaces – The Annual Demuth Invitational Exhibition: This year’s Invitational includes new works from over thirty-five contemporary artists from Lancaster and the surrounding region. The theme is based on the many times Charles Demuth captured a gathering of his close friends in watercolor or sketches. All works will be for sale.
Opening Reception: Friday, February 6th, 5-8 p.m.
Regular Museum Hours: Tues – Sat, 10-4; Sunday, 1-4.

Annex 24 Gallery
24 West Walnut Street
5 – 9 PM
ARTISTS’ CLOSET – FIRST FRIDAY – OPEN AUCTION
Annex 24 Gallery welcomes home its ‘LOCALS ONLY’ Home Grown Artists into a warm and fuzzy-frenzy – !!! AUCTION 5p – 9p AUCTION !!! This First Friday. Don’t miss your chance to collect these REAL local artists as they bring to market some of their almost forgotten artworks and present them in an AFFORDABLE open auction exhibit. High bidders will be called immediately at the end of the auction – 9pm sharp for settlements and new art collection. Stop by and share an intimate opportunity to speak with these artists in person – See you Downtown…
Delicious Super-Fab Eats by Characters Gastropub.

–Pat Cooney
pjc-photo.com

This Tuesday, a presentation at F&M on “Contested Space: Witness to Place”

F&M Professor of Art History Richard Kent will lecture at Franklin & Marshall College’s Phillips Museum of Art in the Rothman Gallery at 5 p.m. February 3rd on “The Engaged Eye: The Work of Robert Lowing and American Landscape Photography,” in which Kent will discuss the tradition of activist photography.

“A lot of photographers are responding to the question, ‘What is the landscape we’re living in? How is it affected by development or industrialization?'” Kent said. “They are exploring how best to represent and document that landscape.”

A very special opportunity! Come if you can.

–Pat Cooney