Three art exhibitions, each with a different approach, background, and raison d’être opened on last night’s First Friday.
At Gettysburg College’s Schmucker Art Gallery is the Spring 2022 Juried Student Exhibition and a collection of works by Baltimore-based artist James Williams II. Williams was the show’s juror for the artwork created by students during the 2021-2022 academic year.
First Prize was awarded to Peter Tarricone for a video piece.
The Juror’s Prize went to Cyndy Basil for an oil on masonite.
The show continues until April 30.
At Waldo’s is Black Habits, a show presented by Indigenous Glow and featuring pieces by The Cooper Project 73, AIim Leggett, and Zaid Muttalib.
Indigenous Glow, founded by local residents Blessing F Shahid and Faa’id Chosen Shahid works to promote the contributions and accomplishments of African Americans.
Works are on display through April.
The Adams County Arts Council presents the 25th annual Land Conservancy of Adams County Art Auction. All of the 60+ pieces in the show are for sale and may be bid on at biddingowl.com/LCAC.
Items are on display and bidding continues through April 20.
Featured image: Oil on masonite by Cyndy Basil [Gettysburg Connection]