Hershey Symphony Announces Tschaikowsky Spectacular Featuring Odin Rathnam, Violin

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Join the Hershey Symphony Orchestra on April 19 at 8 p.m. at the Hershey Theatre for the Tschaikowsky Spectacular – Featuring Odin Rathnam on violin. Since his critically-acclaimed 1993 Lincoln Center debut, internationally-acclaimed violinist, Odin Rathnam has established a career of remarkable versatility and scope, winning unanimous praise from audiences and critics, worldwide. From Europe, to the […]

Metropolis Collective Announces Reception for “Homegrown” Group Show at Hole In The Wall Art Gallery

The Metropolis Collective is pleased to announce the opening reception for “Homegrown”, a group show in the collective’s Hole In The Wall Art Gallery featuring works created by artists who were born in or currently reside in Pennsylvania. The exhibit represents a long list of under represented, emerging, and established artists from across the state. […]

Area High School Students Featured in Upcoming Exhibition at Adams County Arts Council

 The Adams County Arts Council will showcase the work of extraordinary high-school artists from across Adams County throughout the month of March in its second annual exhibition, “Arts Alive in Adams County.” The exhibition will feature the best work of the county’s most talented high school artists, as selected by Adams County high school art […]

“A Night of Spoken Word” Continues at Converge Gallery in February

Season two of Spoken Word started back in October 2012 and continues to grow, change, develop and bring new talent to the stage. “You almost never know what to expect. One month, Spoken Word featured a lot of talented authors, the next it had some upbeat comedic themes. It’s nice to see the diverse talent […]

“Never Enough”, Jeremiah Johnson Solo Exhibition at Kostabi World in NYC

Converge Gallery presents “Never Enough,” Jeremiah Johnson’s first solo exhibition in New York.  Some 20 works on paper, mylar and a series of prints by Johnson skewer the artist’s notions about love, relationships, sex and even heaven in an American society that he sees as rapidly coming undone. Many of these works explore a contemporary […]

Jump Street Seeking Graphic Designer for Paid Teaching Assignment

Jump Street is looking for a graphic designer/artist to work in a high school classroom setting, Tuesday through Thursday, from noon to 3:00 p.m. for approximately two months. The pay will be $150-200 per 3 hour session, depending upon individual skill sets. The artist will be working with ten students at a time, guiding them […]

Joe Turner’s “Come and Gone” at Open Stage of Harrisburg

Open Stage of Harrisburg Executive Artistic Director Donald Alsedek directs another installment of August Wilson’s acclaimed Century Cycle of plays exploring the Black experience in America Following at the intimate Angino Family Theatre. Following last year’s triumph with MA RAINEY’S BLACK BOTTOM, Alsedek takes on August Wilson’s African-American epic, JOE TURNER’S COME AND GONE. The production opens February 1 and closes February […]

Metropolis Collective Announces Opening of “Switch, Pop, Boom, Box” Multidisciplinary Art Exhibition in February

The Metropolis Collective is pleased to announce the opening reception for an evening of multidisciplinary art featuring “Switch, Pop, Boom, Box” an exhibition of new works created by internationally acclaimed NYC artist Paul Kostabi and Scott Mitchell Putesky (aka. Daisy Berkowitz) at Trash Art Gallery from 6-10pm on Friday, February 1st, 2013, as well as […]

Hershey Area Playhouse Holds Auditions for the Dark Nights Production of “A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant and a Prayer: Writings to Stop Violence Against Women and Girls”

Hershey Area Playhouse will be hosting a meeting for all those who are interested in participating in a special production of A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant, and a Prayer by Eve Ensler on Saturday, January 12, 2011 at 2pm at the Playhouse. For the third time in the Hershey area, the V-Day show will play for […]

Kieran Hull of Capital Blue Cross

AL:  You were the initiating force behind the recent Capital Region Arts Census conducted over the past two years by the Harrisburg Regional Chamber. Why did you feel that such an effort was necessary? KH:  The arts inspire, challenge and bring out the very best in all of us. Central Pennsylvania is a great place to […]