April 9, 2019 – “Load-carrying Band-saw Tool Kit (L.B.T.K)” – Tyler Stanton – IUP MFA student

The L.B.T.K. is a mobile tool kit designed to be transported on the artist’s back. This kit allows the wearer to create site specific art-work utilizing materials found on location. The parallel goals of this project are to create connections between military traditions and contemporary art practices while also engaging artists and viewers alike in the creation of art objects.

Join us for this most interesting program; You can find more details here.

January 8, 2019 – Mystery Meeting – Madam President

We will meet Tuesday, January 8.  President Daryl has an interesting program in mind.  Join us!

In the mid-1800s in Lancaster County, PA, Joseph Lehn made – you guessed it – Lehnware. They were small lidded boxes, painted and decorated that were used to store saffron. They are often called Saffron Jars although they may have been used to store other spices. They are easy to turn on a small lathe and make great gifts. Eric Armstrong