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From June 1 through 30, Farley’s Bookshop in New Hope will have Bucks County Community College’s Furniture and Cabinetmaking Program student work on display in the store as part of the first-ever …

The New Hope Colony Foundation for the Arts is celebrating the birthday of its founder, Eleanor Miller, with a fundraising party from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, June 1, at the Phillips’ Mill …

The “Driven to Draw” show at Luminary Coffee, 243 N. Union St., Lambertville, N.J., offers a unique presentation of artist Scott MacNeill’s newest collection of historic and dynamic drawings, featuring cars and other transport vehicles.

“Engaging in Oils and Sculptures” showcases the paintings of Jeanne Chesterton and the sculptures of Patricia Goodrich for the June show at Stover Mill Gallery 852 River Road (Route 32), Erwinna.

The Arts and Cultural Council of Bucks County slates the opening of The A&C Member Art Show 2024 at Freeman Hall, 181 E. Court St., Doylestown on Saturday, June 8.

The paintings of William Harrison Atkinson, 1895-1978, folk artist of Bucks County, are featured in an exhibit from now until July 31, at Richland Library Co., 44 S. Main St., Quakertown.

The AOY Art Center/Art Gallery announces the opening of the 2024 plein air exhibition, featuring a collection of outdoor artworks created by 50 talented artists from the greater Bucks County region.

Bucks County Community College announces the opening of “The Roosevelt Project: Photographs by Fran Orlando” at Hicks Art Center Gallery at the College’s Newtown Campus on Wednesday, May 22.

Painter Kirby Fredendall and her husband, photographer and sculptor Alex Damevski, will open their studios to the public to share their newest work.

The New Hope Arts Center calls for fiber artists to submit their works for consideration in the upcoming juried fiber exhibition, “Structures and Constructions in Fiber,” curated by Rita …

Trenton City Museum invites artists to submit artwork for consideration in Ellarslie Open 41.Kimberly Camp, well-known as an artist, educator, museum leader and gallery owner, will jury the 2024 …

Makers Alley – the art and design collective that supports makers creating works across all artistic disciplines and skill sets in the Delaware River Valley – has announced its call for entries …

The Tinicum Arts Festival annually features a “living art” tradition with the creation of an original painting by a distinguished regional artist.This year the festival — to be held July 13 and …

May is Lyme Awareness Month, and to raise awareness, 30 local youth artists have joined together to complete one collaborative painting which will be sold to the highest bidder as a fundraiser for PA …

HomeFront’s ArtJam 2024 launches Friday, May 3, at 45 Hulfish St., Palmer Square, Princeton, N.J., and remains open until May 18.With more than 75 artists represented, the annual “pop-up” …

ArtWRKD presents the solo show of Melissa “Mesa” Matarese, “Roots and Wings,” beginning with an opening reception from 6 to 9 p.m. May 3, at 126 S. State St., Newtown. The show continues …

“Meadow by the Gulf of Maine” is an oil on linen by Christine Lafuente, an artist inspired by the beauty of nature. The painting is part of her show, “The Air Between,” on view at Morpeth …

Welcome to “Unveiled Threads,” an exhibition that pushes the boundaries of fiber, showcasing fine artistry, inventive textiles, and show-stopping imagery.This exhibition aims to celebrate the …

Submissions are wanted for the Arts & Cultural Council of Bucks County Member Show 2024, taking place in June at Freeman Hall.Formerly known as the R.E.D. Show, this name change underscores the …

Few people knew John Lennon as intimately as May Pang.Pang was Lennon’s lover during the infamous “Lost Weekend” which lasted 18 months during late 1973 through 1975. During this highly …

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