Jump Street 2013 Spectrum Awards

9th Annual Breakfast Celebration of the Arts

 Thursday, October 24, 2013

Doors open at 7:30 am ~ Program begins at 8:00 am.

Harrisburg Hilton

Lancaster/Gettysburg/Carlisle Room

Jump Street is in a unique position to work with individuals that not only love the arts in the traditional manner but bring with them new approaches and creativity and we are proud to announce the 2013 Spectrum Awards Honorees in the following areas:


v Leadership: Doug & Nadine Neidich

v Stewardship: The Hall Foundation

v Horizon: International House

v Excellence In The Arts: Courtland Murray

A regional event, the Spectrum Awards, honors individuals, corporations, and businesses that are committed to the arts as a tool for community building in the Capital Region. Please join us on Thursday, October 24, 2013 to honor these remarkable recipients during National Arts & Humanities Month.

Tickets may be purchased online at www.jumpstreet.org.

For more information visit JumpStreet.org or call Jump Street at 717-238-1887.


Jump Street is a private, nonprofit community based arts incubator, serving Centeral Pennsylvania for nearly thirty years. Located in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Jump Street serves Cumberland, Dauphin, and York Counties, with occasional projects expanding across Pennsylvania and beyond. Launching in September 2012, the Arts in Education Partnership will also serve Schuylkill County. Our expertise is in arts based program development, consulting to artists and arts organizations, and community arts development. Jump Street, by supporting community and economic development through art, has successfully employed art in a way that makes it tangible and accessible to many who perceive the world of art as inaccessible and closed to the masses. Additionally, we employ artists allowing them to practice their area of artistry while sharing their skills and abilities. We provide a safe and encouraging atmosphere in which artists and students from diverse backgrounds can have what is very often their first experience with various art forms and cultures. For young people, these arts processes offer a gateway to a broader education, workforce preparation, and richer lives. For Seniors, our Thrive! program offers social interaction, cultural experiences and improved health and overall