Category: Visual Art

RiverSound Project | March 6, 2015

In January, photographer Matt Lester asked me if I’d be interested in creating music for a series of photographs he shot back in December on a trip through New Orleans. I saw one of the prints and immediately said yes…and immediately started hearing sounds in my mind that represented that image. The photographs are a series of industrial landscapes…

DECA is LIVE

A little over a month ago, on the first Saturday in September, I dropped in at the new DECA, Discerning Eye Center for the Arts, located at 12 W. New St. in Lancaster. The show that opened that night was the first show in this new space, which is dedicated to incubating motivation and facilitating…

Podcast #138: Steampunk unLimited and Rootenanny

http://media.blubrry.com/woodstovehouse/p/www.woodstovehouse.com/podcast/ATWS_138-Steampunk_Rootenanny.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 25:20 — 58.0MB)Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSSteampunk unLimited Steve Barrall from the Strasburg Railroad is back on the program to talk about Steampunk unLimited, a big event they have coming up on September 26th, 27th, and 28th. It’s a celebration of all things Steampunk, such as music, literature,…

Podcast #137: Building Community Through the Arts

http://media.blubrry.com/woodstovehouse/p/www.woodstovehouse.com/podcast/ATWS_137-Communty_Arts.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 49:03 — 112.2MB)Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS Round Table Discussion It’s a Lancaster round table conversation with Mark Reinmiller from Commonwealth on Queen, Ryan Braught from the Community Room on King and Jocelyn Park and Diane Richards from Lancaster Transplant. We’re talking about building community through the…

Fulton Street Arts Cooperative

In September 2013, Aaron Shiflet opened the doors to the Fulton Street Arts Cooperative to “to provide art to the community and community to the arts by using the combined skill, knowledge, talent and vision of its members to better themselves and the art scene in general through shared ideas, collaboration, and critique.” Shiflet studied fine art…

MAKERSfest Comes to Lancaster

  The Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen are hosting the first MAKERSfest this Sunday, June 8, from 10am to 6pm. The street festival celebrating making and makers will be held on the 300 block of N. Queen Street where the Guild’s store and headquarters is located. More than 50 craftsmen will be set up on the street…