Using models of engaged scholarship, CSEwL’s research projects and programs will regenerate the intellectual and social capital essential for a thriving Lancaster, a city and county that sustains justice, equity, and communal well-being across all sectors.
CSEwL’s governance will also reflect and promote the values of engaged research, undertaken in a spirit of reciprocity, respect, and the cultivation of democratic values.
Social Practice and Community Engaged Artist Residency
Social Practice Art involves an artist working in the context of social issues or toward social impact. This residency is designed for artists who would benefit from engaging community members at Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster County, and City residents within their communities.Learn more
Meet the Leadership Team
Our Advisory Board
- Tracy Cutler, Executive Vice President at the Lancaster County Community Foundation
- Heidi Leitzke, Director at the Eckert Art Gallery, Millersville University
- Willonda McCloud, President and CEO at Brightside Opportunities Center
- Douglas Smith, Senior Planner at Bureau of Planning, City of Lancaster