“There are parts of our lives that we only allow a glimpse of to others. These glimpses cast a shadow of our well-being.”
Lovely feature in the Williamsport Sun Gazette on Ralph Wilson’s latest project ‘Mind Shadows’ currently on display at the Lycoming College Art Gallery. Ralph is the Director of Factory Works Galleryâ€‹ and the Williamsport Community Darkroom here at the Pajama Factory. There is an artist reception and talk June 2nd, 5-9pm.
Be sure to see this haunting and intriguing exhibit on display though July 22nd. You may even catch a glimpse of some of our very own tenants.
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â€˜Mind Shadowsâ€™: a photographic exhibit at Lycoming College Art Gallery
Just as the body creates a shadow in bright sunshine, so can the mind create a shadow of the self. These shadows of the mind are the topic of exploration for photographer Ralph Wilsonâ€™s upcoming exhibit at the Lycoming College Art Gallery. â€œMind Shadowsâ€ runs through July 22.
Wilson is currently the director of the Factory Works Gallery and the Williamsport Community Darkroom at the Pajama Factory, where he teaches black and white film photography and historic processes.
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Great article in the Showcase Section of the Williamsport Sun GazetteÂ today, about our annual Springfest. Â We hope you will join us this Saturday, May 6th from 12-5pm for this fun, family-friendly event. Â WithÂ artists opening their studios and teaching classes, gardening workshops, face painting, and activies and games, Springfest is sure to have something for everyone.
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â€˜Going greenâ€™ with Springfest at the Pajama Factory
Spring is in the air at Williamsportâ€™s Pajama Factory, 1307 Park Ave., as the creative community comes together to present their annual Springfest from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday. A day when artists open their studios, teach classes and workshops, paint faces, and play games, Springfest is sure to have something for everyone.
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“It’s a story they tell in the border country, where Massachusetts joins Vermont and New Hampshire.”*
Hailed as an instant classic when published in the The Saturday Evening Post in 1936, “The Devil and Daniel Webster” by Stephen Vincent BenÃ©t stands in the front ranks of great American short stories. A hard-luck New Hampshire farmer sells his soul to the Devil and then in contrition enlists the help of Daniel Webster, ” .. the Union’s stay and New Hampshires pride…” to win it back in trail. The Devil summons a judge and jury of the worst criminals and traitors from our history, and Webster must convince them to set free their fellow man. Can he? The verdict is a testament of Stephen Vincent BenÃ©t’s deep faith in the flawed beauty of the American journey.
Tickets are on sale NOW! Â Just click ON THIS LINKÂ to purchase your tickets online:
- $10 General Admission
- $5 PJ Factory Tenants & Students
To receive theÂ discount code, email ourÂ Events Coordinator, Danielle Velkoff.
This thirty-five minute presentation will be followed by a post-show discussion with Mr. Stephens.
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We are thrilled the following Food Trucks will will be joining us on Saturday, May 6th from 12-5pm for our annual Springfest.
Stop by for some delicious local eats and enjoy the open artist studios, local vendors, gardening & composting workshops, art classes… plus fun games and surprises for the kids!
Learn more, by visiting our event’s page www.pajamafactory.net/may-springfest.
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