Here’s the list of Lancaster City venues that I believe will be showing some photographs (or photo-inspired art) this First Friday, June 5th:
The Ware Center, Millersville University
42 North Prince Street
6 – 8 PM
June’s First Friday event at the Ware Center is full of art with three featured exhibits. Expanded Visions 2015 is the 31st Annual Photography Exhibition. EXPANDED VISIONS is a juried exhibition that embraces all forms of photography from the traditional darkroom to the digital image. The exhibition will run from June 5- 28, 2015. In addition the ECHO VALLEY ART GROUP will feature a Varied Media Art Exhibit. This exhibit will also run from June 5 – 28, 2015. Last but not least, a third art exhibit will feature student artwork from MCCASKEY HIGH SCHOOL. This exhibit is only open during First Friday 6 pm – 9 pm.
Coe Camera Gallery
220 North Prince Street
10 AM – 9 PM
“About” is a social documentary series of un-posed shots by artist Sue Moberg in which she examines the inherit anxiety of social events, focusing on the complexity of human behavior and our sometimes coded and ritual interactions.
Pennsylvania College of Art & Design
204 North Prince Street
5 – 8 PM
Opening Reception for Selected Artworks (various media, including some photographs, I’m told.)
Community Room on King
106 West King Street
6 – 9 PM
Join us for “Just Around the Corner.” Just Around the Corner is a photo exhibit by Libby Rannels featuring black and white film photographs taken in the hidden corners of Downtown Lancaster Libby Rannels is 17 years old and just finished her junior year at Hempfield High School. She has always enjoyed photography and had the opportunity to take a black and white film photography class at the high school. Come out for a great night of photographs, meeting the artist, grabbing some food and drinks, and engaging with others. Invite some friends to join you.
Steeple View Lofts
118 North Water Street
5 – 9 PM
Steeple View Lofts is pleased to showcase APGorick Photography as the Featured Artist for June. Tony Gorick grew up in Lancaster, PA, and always had a desire to capture the beauty he saw in the scenes and landscapes around him. Please join us on June 5, 5:00 – 9:00 p.m. for First Friday Lancaster. As always, tours of our beautiful loft-style apartments will be available. We look forward to seeing you!
City Hall Gallery
120 North Duke Street
5 – 8:30 PM
Rome Experienced: The exhibit features the work of eleven students from Lancaster Country Day School who traveled to Rome for an adventure in art. The students studied photography with Donna Wilcox and art history with artist Susan Gottlieb. The trip was the culmination of the course, An Artist/Photographer’s Journey to Rome. In preparation for the trip, students studied Roman art history, which you see reflected in their work.
Lancaster Public Library
125 North Duke Street
5:30 – 8 PM
AN EVENING SHOWCASING GREEK CULTURE, COMMUNITY AND HISTORY OF IMMIGRATION TO LANCASTER: All Evening • Gallery Exhibit: See artifacts, photos, iconography and church memorabilia • Children’s activities in the Olive Grove in the Children’s Circle • Savor authentic Greek pastries 6:00-6:20 PM and 7:15-7:35 PM Enjoy authentic Greek music and dance performances by the youth of Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church 6:30-7:00 PM Dr. Nikitas Zervanos will highlight the Greek Immigration story of Lancaster. A second-generation Greek-American, Dr. Zervanos was the founding Director of the Family Medicine Residency Program at Lancaster General Hospital and continues in his emeritus status supervising residents and caring for his patients. He is also a Clinical Professor of Family Medicine at Temple University. He also serves as the president of the 30-year old Eward Hand Medical Heritage Foundation.