What Were You Wearing?
This installation asks participants to understand that it’s never about clothing choice and removing those clothes is never enough to bring peace to survivors.
Women's Rights Are Human Rights
This sampling of a larger exhibit has been organized and curated by Elizabeth Resnick to complement the What Were You Wearing and #metoo exhibits running concurrently at Marketview Arts.
YORK COMMUNITY ARTS SCHOLARS EXHIBITION, VOLUME 3
A high--profile juror chooses finalists from the best artwork created by local high school students and selects award winners.
February 09, 2019
Reflecting on York’s Race Revolts: Fifty Years Ago
Drawing on his recently published book, The Great Uprising: Race Riots in Urban America during the 1960s, York History Professor, Dr. Peter B. Levy, will examine the causes and consequences of York, Pennsylvania's 1969 race revolt.
(Re)Making York's History
This series of workshops invites York’s citizens to construct new stories about the past. This “artifacts roadshow” will be held at various locations throughout York, helping citizens take pride in their past and make their stories public.
March 30, 2019
Part of a “worldwide movement for social change,” The Human Library™ is designed to build a positive framework for conversations that can challenge stereotypes and prejudices through dialogue.
This special community event, a collaboration with the York County Bar Association, will commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Golden Venture.
Looking for Mr. Goodridge
This collaborative effort with the Goodridge Freedom Center, Crispus Attucks, the York History Center, and York College’s Center for Community Engagement is an ongoing effort to continue archival research on one of York’s most intriguing hidden figures—William C. Goodridge.
On Screen/In Person Film Series
A collaboration between the Appell Center for the Performing Arts and York College’s Center for Community Engagement (supported by a gift by Ms. Erda Erdos), this series will bring 6 independent films—and their filmmakers—to York.
Artist-in-Residence: Jessica Jane Julius
Temple Professor Jessica Jane Julius's community-based installation will examine the culture of fear through the lens of visual and performing arts.