Young middle school students from south-east Lancaster will be exploring the city like never before this upcoming October 25th. The tour, Public Art Walk, Be Public Art! will provide students with more knowledge and insight into the public art surrounding the community. In line with Lancaster Public Art's mission for community engagement, the tour will be conducted by older students who will provide information about the art alongside facilitating discussions about the work. Notable stops along the tour include the Soldiers and Sailors Monument, the Ewell Gantz Mural, and some more! The goal is for students to take ownership of the public art in the community and hopefully foster a love of art in some if not all of the students.
The tour will run Wednesday, October 25th starting at 5:30 and will be approximately an hour and a half. The journey begins and ends at the Lancaster City Visitor Center. Bring a red shirt and join us on our excursion around the city!