Brittany graduated from Messiah College with a degree in Art Education, specializing in the 2D arts, such as painting and printmaking. She also has experience in ceramics, sculpture, and digital photography. This fall, Brittany will be teaching a beginner painting class.
Christina Fritz graduated from Kutztown University with a degree in Fine Arts, majoring in sculpture. Christina also works with fiber art, including hand-spinning wool and knitting. She fell in love with the creative atmosphere of an abstract classroom while coordinating the Art in the Park program and looks forward to growing her creative processes and sharing art with many ages.
Since receiving her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Millersville University, Steph has taught at multiple art centers and traveled to several craft schools around the country to pick up new creative skills. She currently teaches ceramics, drawing, and mixed media collage classes here at Creative York. Steph believes that art education can be essential to someone’s growth as a person and wants to share and facilitate that growth for other people.
Kayla Krebs has been working with Creative York/YorkArts since 2009. She is involved in the Art in the Park program, teaching classes, and gallery sitting. In the past, she has been a judge for the Yorkfest Children’s Exhibit and the Yorkfest Chalk Walk contest. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Art Education from Kutztown University.
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Creative York is closed Tuesday, Feb 9, due to snow! Classes today have been postponed. The gallery will be open again on Thursday, Feb 11, from 10a-2p and 6-8p for the opening reception of “Creative York Teaching Artists” and “Specimens.”
The phone company is working to fix the issue, but until further notice we can be reached by email. Be sure to leave your phone number in the email so we can call you back from our cell phones. Sorry for the inconvenience!
Monster Drawing Rallies were initially conceived by Southern Exposure in San Francisco, and have been recreated by nonprofit organizations in cities like Richmond, Brooklyn, Cleveland, Los Angeles, and now YORK! Part performance, part art-bazaar, the Monster Drawing Rally offers a rare opportunity to watch artists work and then purchase their completed pieces! See art-making in action; connect with local artists; mingle with friends! Food and beverages will be available on site for purchase.
WHEN: Thursday, December 10 • 6 – 9:30 pm
WHERE: Central Market, 34 W Philadelphia Street, York
ADMISSION: $5/person (Kids under 10 – FREE)
Join us for this incredible live drawing event that helps support local artists! A small portion of artwork sales also benefits Creative York’s arts education and creative programs for kids and adults in York County.
Participating Artists: Ashley Boyer, Mark Broomell, Christopher Carpenter, Ophelia Chambliss, Averie Clark, Peter Danko, Ellen Ehlenbeck, Anya Felch, Elia Filippone, Elizabeth Fullam, Keith Gurnee, Erin Holberg, Isaac Horning, Roxanne Hotaling. Jim Howard, Catherine Hoy, Paul Kaspick, Lindsey Keeney Richards, Heather Klinefelter, Brooke Leahy, Jessica Lee, Mitch Miller, Carol Oldenburg, Kara Oldenburg-Gonzales, Chelsey Reisinger, Dillon Samuelson, Susan Scofield, Rachael Scott, Dirk Shearer, Ryan Spadaro, Mylea Thompson, Maria Tomassetti, Amelia Trettel, J’San Washington, Emily White, Rita Whitney, Terri Yacovelli
Blank Page to Painting in 28 Seconds
York artist Peter Danko creates a painting in 25 minutes, shown in 28 seconds in this time-lapse video. Danko was one of 25 local artists participating in the 2015 Monster Drawing Rally, where artists created work from scratch in 25 minutes.
The Creative York Awards celebrate creativity in our community.
Individuals, organizations, events, and/or businesses are honored during the event. Their stories will be told in the weeks leading up to the big night. The awards also promote visibility, economic development and the innovative spirit of the thriving Creative York community. All ticket proceeds benefit Creative York’s arts education and creative programs for kids and adults in York County. Read more →