Welcome to our new premises at 770 Cumberland Street. The building houses our gallery space and will be the site of our future gatherings and entertainments.  The gallery presents a new exhibition each month with a focus on member artists and new talent emerging in the area.

We are open Saturday mornings from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM, during classes and events and of course on First Fridays for exhibition receptions

Joseph Gascho and Christopher Black are our artists for the month of September.

Joseph Gascho is a cardiologist who  practices at the Lebanon VA Hospital and at the Hershey Medical Center. His pictures combine his love of poetry and his photographers eye for a dramatic moment or intriguing object. Here his focus is on the Surgical Operating Room and the people and things in it.

Christopher Black has a love of words too exemplified in the choice of titles for his work. His ceramic sculptures are whimsical and surreal and are the product of his last couple of years in the ceramics studio at Lebanon Valley College. The show had its reception on First Friday September 1st. The exhibition will be on display all the Saturdays of the month from 10:00 AM til 1:00 PM. Available longer hours during the 8th Street Music festival on September 23rd

Click to download the Art Walk Map

For September the Traditional Music Session at Union House Taproom in Richland happens on Saturday September 16th from 5-8 PM.

Artists for October and November

Gallery 770 at the Lebanon Arts Council is proud to present “Potpourri” a review of the work of L.J. Palmer. Palmer’s work, the output of a creative life of more than fifty years, veers from caricature like heads to abstract paintings, from compositions made up of accidental elements to ready-mades which the artist found precious when removed from their everyday context.

An example of this is a series of paintings which are the result of his collecting the paint stirring sticks from his job as a set designer at Manheim School District. The accidental build up of one color and then another on these sticks provide the raw elements which he cuts to a desired size, arranges in vertical or horizontal rows and then frames carefully in beautifully crafted frames made from other cast-off wood.
Also showing work in the gallery during October is Vania Hardy whose work documents her Hawaiian-Pennsylvanian identity in fantasy scenes of village life and city life. When she is not painting, Vania works as a designer at Mile 6, a web design company.
The exhibition will have its reception during the First Friday Art Walk, on October 6th from 5:00 to 8:00 PM. Vania Hardy will host a closing reception on Friday October 28th from 6:00 to 8:00 PM at the gallery at 770 Cumberland Street in Lebanon
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Some pictures from our Kid’s Camp



6 thoughts on “Home”

  1. Anthony Morgan says:

    Hours when you are open?

    1. LVCAWebmaster says:

      Saturday mornings from 10 to 1:00 and on First Fridays from 5 until 8 PM

  2. Anita Winer says:

    We stopped by at 11:50 today Sept 3 and the doors were locked. We would like to see your recent exhibit. Please email me your hours.
    Anita Winer.

    1. LVCAWebmaster says:

      I’ll be in the Gallery on Saturday morning October 1st, between 10 AM and 1 PM. I’m sorry we missed you on the 3rd, I had to leave early that day.

  3. Lally Rivera says:

    Hello!I would love to know how to become a member if this is possible. And if only schools can do exhibitions. Or other people too? I ask because I moved recently to lebanon I really know nothing around here but I paint..

    1. LVCAWebmaster says:

      Anyone can join. Download a form from this link. http://lebanonartscouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/MembershipApplication2.pdf
      Exhibit in December’s Membership show. Submit a portfolio to be considered for a solo exhibition.

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