AUGUST 2014 EXHIBIT

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Opening Day Reception: First Friday August 1 from 5-10pm

Gallery Hours: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 11am-3pm, and by appointment.

For the month of August, the Parliament is opening the door to new mediums. We will be hosting a wide variety of edible and inedible art that encapsulate the impact of food on our culture. Come join us for a celebration of gluttony!

JULY 2014 EXHIBIT: “UNHINGED”

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Opening Day Reception: Second Friday July 11 from 5-10pm

Gallery Hours: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 11am-3pm, and by appointment.

The Parliament and Re-Source York are excited to bring repurposed household materials to life through the eyes of talented artists.

A mixture of window shutters and cabinet doors provided by Re-Source York and painted by local artists will be on display at The Parliament for the month of July. These pieces will then be permanently installed in our neighborhood as a part of our community beautification project!

Come see the work we have been doing in our community courtyard and join us for a lighthearted evening of music and refreshments.

NOTE: Due to the July 4th holiday, note that the opening will be the second Friday in July

june 2014 EXHIBIT: “transported”

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Opening Day Reception: First Friday June 6 from 5-10pm

Gallery Hours: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 11am-3pm, and by appointment.

Travel can change our perspective in a powerful way.

The Parliament presents an eclectic show of work from private collections and individual artists, which highlight the world outside of York, from across the country to around the globe. From tribal masks and hand woven fiber pieces, to stunning photos from a myriad of international destinations, “Transported.” will reach out to the adventurer in everyone.

Our travel theme will be accentuated by a wine tasting with our friends from The Handsome Cab! Wines will be specially selected to pair with the origins of the art featured in the show.

Cover Photo Credit: Gregory Timmons