Upcoming Exhibitions & Lectures

The following schedule of upcoming events may be subject to change as York County’s COVID-19 situation evolves. Changes to the schedule will be announced here and through social media.

York College Galleries (Wolf Hall, Main Campus)

Marketview Arts (37 W Philadelphia St, Downtown)

Fine Art Senior Exhibition
April 30 – May 8, 2021
York College Galleries (Wolf Hall)

In their final semester, senior Fine Art majors exhibit the final bodies of work they’ve developed in their downtown studios at Marketview Arts, demonstrating the individual formal and conceptual growth they have achieved. The event opens with senior presentations followed by a reception and announcement of awards.

Leah Limpert Walt:
The Shadow, The Mystic, The Mushroom
May 7 – 29, 2021
Gallery Hall (3rd Floor, Marketview Arts)

This exhibition is a surrealist introspection into the constant work of understanding and reconciling the baggage of the past. Through colorful figurative and landscape paintings and conceptual sculpture, questions about the role of nature, nurture, lineage and mysticism come forward in bold symbolic honesty.

Andi Simpson: Load Bearing
June 4 – 26, 2021
Gallery Hall (3rd Floor, Marketview Arts)

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. Her formally-driven works are developed intuitively through multiple layers of color and a variety of textures.

The following exhibitions were postponed during the Spring and Summer 2020 COVID lockdown and we aiming to reschedule them during the 2021/22 academic year:

WeAgreeTP1500Taring Padi: Art Smashing Tyranny
Postponed from March 2021. Dates TBD (hopefully Fall 2021), Marketview Arts

Taring Padi is an underground activist artist collective in Yogyakarta, Indonesia that formed during the upheaval surrounding the fall of Suharto. Their work denounces corruption, environmental exploitation, inequality and violence while advocating for the poor and dispossessed. This exhibition and related events have been postponed. Given the current uncertainty, we’ll have to wait until the COVID-19 crisis is under control in both the U.S. and Indonesia before rescheduling these events.

Skin, featuring the work of Osymn Oree, Ashley Moog Bowlsbey, June Yong Lee
Postponed from June. Dates TBD, Marketview Arts

This exhibition features the work of three photographers exploring the theme of skin; June Yong Lee of Philadelphia, Ashley Moog Bowlsbey of York, and Osmyn Oree of Lancaster. The work, both beautiful and haunting, renders the theme at times metaphorically but also with intense detail.