Upcoming Events:


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Artist Workshop Series: The Art of the Law

When: Thursday, Jan. 11, 5:30-7 p.m.

Where: The Parliament, 116 E. King St., York.

Join The Parliament Arts Organization, Cultural Alliance of York County and York County Bar Association as we bring the law and art into the same gallery.

Attorney Ron Perry will be discussing all the legal factors artists should consider before starting their own business and the important aspects of planning for a business. 

We will also be discussing the York Lawyers for the Arts, a program of the York County Bar Association, and how artists can best utilize this resource. 

Stay for a Q&A!

About our speaker: 
Ron Perry of Katherman, Heim & Perry moved to York after his admission to the bar in 1978. He started off as a solo practitioner before becoming a partner in one of York's largest firms. He's also served as the county's assistant district attorney and as an assistant solicitor for the York County Tax Assessment Office.


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What is Fake News? Navigating today's news and information

When: Thursday, Feb. 1 at 5:30 p.m.

Where: The Parliament Arts Organization, 116 E. King St. York

Piggybacking off our first show of 2018 "Eyes on the World" - art inspired by current events and social issues, The Parliament is teaming up with the York Daily Record/Sunday News to bring you a session on #FAKENEWS. 

What is it? How can you avoid it? How can you identify what is fact and what isn't in this world of constant news and updates?

Scott Fisher of the York Daily Record will join us to talk about how to navigate the fast-paced flow of information in our 24-hour news cycle that can be weighed down by false information and uncorroborated "facts." 

In 2018, The Parliament plans on hosting a workshop or session in conjunction with the theme of each gallery exhibit.

About our speaker:
Scott Fisher is community engagement editor and opinion page editor for the York Daily Record. He also teaches journalism as an adjunct instructor at York College.

Random fact:
Did you know that our very own Kate Harmon spent her entire career in journalism until recently? As a reporter and an editor here in Hanover and York. #themoreyouknow