Lancaster Creative Factory
2015 Past Happenings
2015 EMPTY BOWLS EVENT!! (Click for Poster — PDF 2MB)
2014 Past Happenings
It’s an invitation to every individual who cares about a cause — kids or animals, healthcare or education, arts, history or the environment — to join forces and give a little EXTRA.
How It Works:
Donations will be accepted at extragive.org on November 21, 2014 from 12 midnight - 11:59 PM. On that day, every dollar donated will be stretched by $250,000 from the Lancaster County Community Foundation and it's presenting sponsors Rodgers & Associates. An additional $50,000 will be awarded in prizes to the causes you care about! Throughout the day there will be events and giving celebrations throughout Lancaster County.
Why donate to Lancaster Creative Factory?
Founded, built and run by artists, the Lancaster Creative Factory is a non-profit organization with a mission to cultivate creativity in individuals, groups and community by offering classes, programs, workshops and special partnership projects.
2013 Past Happenings
Florence Starr Taylor Fund for the Visual Arts & Lancaster Arts and Culture Fund
LCF is to be the 2013 recipient of the Florence Starr Taylor Fund for the Visual Arts & Lancaster Arts and Culture Fund.
FUND PURPOSE: The F.S. Taylor/Arts and Culture Fund provides visual arts programs to the Lancaster County community, with a preference given for those that serve underrepresented or underserved groups in our community.
2012 Past Happenings
November 2nd — November 15th -
O’Crocs Window of Awareness
O, The Oprah Magazine, “100 Women, 100 Shoes” Crocs Contest’s Lancaster winner, Roberta Little, invites you to view O’Crocs Window of Awareness on display at Millersville’s Ware Center, 42 N. Prince St., opening First Friday Gallery Walk, November 2nd from 5-8 PM. This exhibit will end the evening of Thursday, November 15th, following The National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Benefit Concert sponsored by the Lancaster County Coalition to End Homelessness.
O’Crocs Window of Awareness was designed and constructed by artist, Kevin Lehman, founder of Lancaster Creative Factory, Little’s charity of choice.
Artists: One Hundred Eighty Young Women form Lancaster County Girls on the Run.