Phillips’ Mill has announced an exciting playwriting competition for students, grade 6 to 12, with a “playful” name and a sincere intent.
Planning for the 93rd Juried Art Show at Phillips’ Mill is well underway and the 2022 prospectus is now available on the Phillips’ Mill website.
A Lambertville filmmaker and artist called the piece named best in show at the Phillips' Mill Youth Art Exhibition "extraordinary."
Nancy Saladik has said she tries to capture “the simple, raw emotions of the genuineness of children” in her work. She succeeded in “Daily Practice,” from the 2020 Phillips’ Mill Art Show.
The veteran National Geographic photographer, world traveler and visual storyteller will be the solo juror for the internationally recognized show.
As the lights come up on Broadway, so too will they brighten the stage at Phillips’ Mill on Saturday, November 20, at 7 pm, with a live play reading –– to a live audience –– the first since the pandemic closed theater doors.
Phillips’ Mill Community Association Art Talk presents “Meet the Patrons’ Awards Winners at 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 10, via Zoom.
Many of the artists will be at the mill for meet-and-greets in October. Read the details and see who won prizes in the 92nd juried show.
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The Phillips’ Mill Community Association is a center for arts and culture dedicated to nurturing and engaging contemporary art and artists and to preserving the historic meeting space of the regions’ Pennsylvania Impressionists and Modernists. We are committed to presenting inclusive programs in the arts and education reflecting the diversity of the area we serve, building on and advancing our heritage.