PACE (Public Art Community Engagement)

PACE (Public Art Community Engagement), pairs artists with neighbors to define future public art projects that fit wants, needs, and desires of the people that will experience it the most, through art-making-centered conversations. Our new program, PACE Neighbors, connects artists with resources to create public art projects in their own neighborhoods.

PACE Neighbors is a two-year program designed to support local artists in creating more community-based projects. Artists & cultural practitioners with a regular creative practice will hone skills and experiment with making public art projects in their own neighborhoods that will directly inform Planning Our Future Lancaster.

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