Our Creative Happy Hours will resume in the spring. Stay tuned for more details.
Greg Gross of the York Dispatch writes about Creative York’ major revamp that will not only reconfigure and upgrade our buildings in York City but also change how we operate….
We’re excited to announce that the 2015 Creative York Awards, presented by CGA Law Firm, will take place at The Bond — a unique industrial event space on the cornerstone of Royal Square in downtown York!
The Creative York Awards are all about celebrating creativity in our community. York individuals, organizations, events, and/or businesses will be honored during the event. Stories will be told in the weeks leading up to the big night. David Kelley will share his insights about fostering creative confidence, creativity and human centered design. Read more
Creative York is proud to announce David Kelley as the keynote speaker for the second annual Creative York Awards, presented by CGA Law Firm, on October 23, 2015. Mr. Kelley is coming to York to share his insights about fostering creative confidence, creativity and human centered design. His keynote remarks are sponsored by Graham Innovation Scholars of York College.
We are beyond excited and grateful to announce that through the Kerlins’ outstanding leadership we not only met, but exceeded, our capital campaign goal! Nearly 200 generous individuals, businesses, and foundations in York donated to the Creative York Capital Campaign, raising a total of $1,500,000!
Thank you to every single donor, and everyone who helped bolster support for this campaign. You have made this possible, and we cannot wait to share with you the impact of your investment!
The campaign may be over, but our work is just beginning.
Allison received her Bachelor’s Degree in Art Education from Towson University and a Master’s from Millersville University. She lives in Southern York County with her family and has been an elementary school art educator for 20+ years. Currently she teaches for Baltimore County Public Schools in Maryland and has taught there for the last 17 years. Although she has experience in teaching all areas of art, her passion is working with clay. She taught for the Baltimore Clayworks for 4 years and spent 5 summers running her own Creative Clay Camp for kids.