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Past Exhibitions

Explore the Marketview Arts Exhibition Archive
Inside Out 2023 - Quilt by Polly Stetler
Inside Out
Apr. 7–May. 13, 2023
This exhibition by the “Third Tuesday Group” explores the human figure, nature, landscape, abstraction, and formal concerns in a wide range of media.
Survivors: A Conversation About Consent
Survivors: A Conversation about Consent
Apr. 1–19, 2023
This exhibit, featuring artwork created by survivors, is presented during Sexual Assault Awareness Month by Luna.Corvus.Curiosities—in partnership with YWCA York, Marketview Arts, and YCP's Title IX Office—to raise awareness of the impact of sexual assault on survivors.
McKinley Wallace III: Thick Blue Line Exhibition 2023 - McKinley Wallace III, “Elizabeth in Little Rock,” 2021 (reworked) / 2019
McKinley Wallace III: Thick Blue Line
Jan. 6–Feb. 23, 2023
McKinley Wallace III’s use of the color blue may represent peace, tension, or the abuse of power depending on placement, size, or shade. His mixed media works tell stories of power manifested in resilient peoples, determined to resist erasure and break free of master narratives.
O Say Can You See Exhbition 2022 - Jacob Cullers, Casualty 23, 2016
O Say Can You See
Nov. 4–Dec. 17, 2022
Themes of valor and sacrifice, common during Veterans Day events, are complicated by expressions of grief, confusion, anger, and guilt in this exhibition of artwork by combat veterans, whose experiences at war and upon returning home sometimes leave them wondering what it was all for.
Nuestra Tierra (Our Land)
Nuestra Tierra (Our Land)
Sep. 9–Oct. 22, 2022
This printmaking exhibition guest curated by Drive By Press cofounder Joseph Velasquez explores the complexity and diversity of the Latinx experience through the lens of belonging, interpreted broadly as connection to lands, customs, community, nation, contemporary art, and the feeling of being welcome or unwelcome.
Lindsey Lively: Detectable Change 2022 Exhibition
Lindsey Lively: Detectable Change
Jul. 15–Sep. 3, 2022
The themes of this exhibition revolve around memory and perception, roles within the nuclear family, gender roles and stereotypes, the relationship between abstraction and representation, and the psychological impact of paint handling
Fulcrum by Jeannine Dabb (Cropped Image)
Jeannine Dabb: Fulcrum
Jun. 2–Jul. 2, 2022
Between the pen and ink and the large-scale paintings themselves, this series featured work in response to Dabb's year as the Appell Arts Fellow.
Are you a boy or a girl? by Mary Sullivan
Apr. 1–May 21, 2022
This exhibition features artists addressing gender identity in a variety of ways that include examining their own relationship to established gender norms and expectations, responding to the heteronormative male/female binary, and asserting Queerness as a fluid alternative to the idea of a stable gender identity.
Red baseball hat embroidered with the word
Stolen Goods
Jan. 6–Feb. 23, 2022
This exhibition explores “the big lie” behind the Stop the Steal movement, looking deeper into questions of who the country belongs to, who gets to protest, and what has been stolen from whom throughout American history.
Artists-in-Residence: Taring Padi
Taring Padi: Solidaritas tanpa Batas/Solidarity without Boundaries
Nov. 3–Dec. 15, 2021
The work of Taring Padi, an art collective in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, demonstrates the democracy of printmaking and collaboration, denouncing corruption, environmental exploitation, inequality and neo-imperialism while advocating for the poor and dispossessed.
Entang Wiharso: A Thousand Kilometers
Entang Wiharso:
A Thousand Kilometers
Sep. 3–Oct. 16, 2021
Entang Wiharso has a multidisciplinary practice and is widely regarded for his unique depictions of contemporary life that employ a dramatic visual language, creating artworks that exist in relation to the mythologies of a centuries-old animist past and the high-speed, hyper-connected lifestyle of the 21st century.
Colton Boyles: Emotionally Unstable
Colton Boyles: Emotionally Unstable
Jul. 16–Aug. 21, 2021
This exhibition represents the culminating experience of the Appell Arts Fellowship, an 11-month artist residency awarded to a recent graduate of York College's art program.
Andi Simpson: Load Bearing
Andi Simpson:
Load Bearing
Jun. 11–Jul. 10, 2021
Andi Simpson is an abstract painter/muralist based in York whose work often blends an ethereal sense of warmth and light with the chaos found in nature.
Contiguous 2 exhibition by Ophelia Chambliss
Ophelia Chambliss: Contiguous 2
Apr. 2–Jun. 26, 2021
The Social Networking, community engaging, boundary breaking, human centric project developed and produced by Ophelia M. Chambliss.
Leah Limpert Walt: Shadow, Mystic, Mushroom 2021
Leah Limpert Walt:
The Shadow, The Mystic, The Mushroom
May 7–Jun. 5, 2021
This exhibition is a surrealist introspection into the constant work of understanding and reconciling the baggage of the past.
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Marketview Arts
Marketview Arts
37 W. Philadelphia Street
York, PA 17401
Phone: 717.815.1909

Rebekah Eyre, M.A.
Director of Operations
Phone: 717.815.1545

Visitor Hours
Tuesday | 10 a.m.–2 p.m.
Wednesday | 3–7 p.m.
Thursday | 10 a.m.–2 p.m.
Friday | 2–9 p.m.
Saturday | 10 a.m.–9 p.m.
Sunday–Monday | Closed