designed to support local artists in creating community-based art projects. Focusing
on the concept of community building, public art encourages participation and fosters
comradery. The City of Lancaster is dedicated to discovering new ways to reach
people, learn from them, and collectively redevelop the civic experience.
The residency supports five artists to create temporary art projects to envision the
future of their neighborhood and their city. As a cohort, the artists have opportunities
to connect with each other and are provided various resources to augment their own
work. Information gleaned from this residency will inform the City’s upcoming
comprehensive plan while contributing to neighborhood pride and sense of place.
PACE Neighbors is a National Endowment for the Arts Our Town project led by the City
of Lancaster in partnership with Franklin & Marshall College and the City of Lancaster’s