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Tape Art Crew creates temporary mural at Wilkes University, displays work at Wilkes-Barre Art Block on July 20

Tape Art Crew creates temporary mural at Wilkes University, displays work at Wilkes-Barre Art Block on July 20

From a press release: The Sordoni Art Gallery at Wilkes University will present the Tape Art Crew, a team of artists from Rhode Island, from Tuesday, July 17 through Friday, July 20. The Tape Art Crew will create a temporary mural on the facade of the Sordoni Art Gallery building (141 S. Main St., Wilkes-Barre) […]

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43 artists display fragile cast iron artwork at Wilkes University in Wilkes-Barre June 2-July 2

43 artists display fragile cast iron artwork at Wilkes University in Wilkes-Barre June 2-July 2

From a press release: The Sordoni Art Gallery at Wilkes University presents “Solid Gone,” an exhibition of cast iron art, from Saturday, June 2 through Monday, July 2. The exhibit features 43 artists from around the world who push the limits of the medium. It is curated by Ben Woodeson, a British artist known for […]

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Fire at the Furnace Week in Scranton features 300 artists, 20 exhibits, and 14 hot iron events May 28-June 2

Fire at the Furnace Week in Scranton features 300 artists, 20 exhibits, and 14 hot iron events May 28-June 2

From a press release: 300 artists, 20 exhibits, and 14 iron pours and theatrical performances will be packed into one week of industrial arts fun in Scranton. People of all ages are invited to celebrate the unofficial start to summer and Scranton’s industrial past at Fire at the Furnace Week, starting on Memorial Day, Monday, […]

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9 iron sculptures added to Scranton Riverwalk during Fire at the Furnace Week on May 31

9 iron sculptures added to Scranton Riverwalk during Fire at the Furnace Week on May 31

From a press release: As part of Fire at the Furnace Week in Scranton, a new exhibit featuring nine large-scale iron sculptures will soon be installed along the downtown Scranton Riverwalk. Members of the public are invited to celebrate industrial arts and local history at the opening reception for “Confluence: Art on the Trail” on […]

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‘Women in Power’ celebrated in women’s history art exhibit at Marywood in Scranton March 4-8

‘Women in Power’ celebrated in women’s history art exhibit at Marywood in Scranton March 4-8

From a press release: Marywood University’s Global Unity Club is hosting a Women in Power Throughout History: Women’s Liberation Gallery art exhibit from Sunday, March 4 through Thursday, March 8. A sale of the artwork celebrating Women’s History Month will take place on March 8 from 8 p.m.-10 p.m. at the Kresge Gallery in the […]

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Marywood students express their ‘Call to Art Therapy’ through exhibit in Scranton Feb. 16-March 21

Marywood students express their ‘Call to Art Therapy’ through exhibit in Scranton Feb. 16-March 21

From a press release: Marywood University’s art galleries will hold an exhibition titled “Our Natural Call to Art Therapy” from Friday, Feb. 16 through Wednesday, March 21 in the Suraci Gallery at the Shields Center for Visual Arts on Marywood’s campus in Scranton. An opening reception will be held on Saturday, Feb. 17 from 4 […]

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Artwork and free lectures put women in spotlight at Sordoni Art Gallery at Wilkes University Jan. 16-March 2

Artwork and free lectures put women in spotlight at Sordoni Art Gallery at Wilkes University Jan. 16-March 2

From a press release: The Sordoni Art Gallery at Wilkes University will present “The Bones of Us Hunger for Nothing,” an exhibition featuring the works of Angela Fraleigh, from Tuesday, Jan. 16 through Friday, March 2. In this exhibition, Fraleigh reimagines the role of women as they have been depicted in art history, literature, and […]

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Infamous ‘Party Monster’ artist Michael Alig returns to Analog Culture in Scranton on Jan. 5

Infamous ‘Party Monster’ artist Michael Alig returns to Analog Culture in Scranton on Jan. 5

While the First Friday Scranton art walk is typically quieter in January, with many downtown venues not participating due to the cold and snowy weather, Analog Culture will shake things up this Friday, Jan. 5 by featuring the work of controversial New York City club promoter and artist Michael Alig. As the co-founder of the […]

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First Friday Scranton photo exhibit captures ballet ‘Dancers in the City’ on Sept. 1

First Friday Scranton photo exhibit captures ballet ‘Dancers in the City’ on Sept. 1

From a press release: A new photography exhibit highlighting art, architecture, and the beauty of “Dancers in the City” will debut during First Friday Scranton on Sept. 1 at Trinka’s Gallery & Artisan Gifts in downtown Scranton. The exhibit features six dancers from Scranton Civic Ballet Company artfully posed at some of Scranton’s most noteworthy […]

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Art exhibit will ‘Break the Silence’ on sexual violence at The Leonard in Scranton on Aug. 4

Art exhibit will ‘Break the Silence’ on sexual violence at The Leonard in Scranton on Aug. 4

From a press release: In the creation of “Break the Silence: An Art Exhibit for Sexual Violence Awareness,” campaign coordinator Stephanie Santore and photographer Ashley Matthews asked volunteers to step forward to reveal their personal experiences with sexual violence or abuse. They also welcomed supporters of the cause that included friends and family members of […]

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