What playwright doesn’t dream of seeing their work performed on the Broadway stage or published in a prestigious literary magazine or recognized by their peers with a distinguished award?
Each year, the Phillips’ Mill Community Association’s Board of Directors hosts a party in appreciation of the Lathrop Circle’s additional support of the many art, drama, photography, educational and social programs that help make Phillips’ Mill such a vital part of the larger community.
Every year, the Mill presents and funds artist awards for its Juried Art Show. These include Patrons' awards for painting, drawing, pastel or printmaking and sculpture, among others. Over the years, a number of generous individuals and organizations have established an artist award as a meaningful way to support the Mill and become a part of its history.
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.
On Midsummer’s Night (June 24) the Mill lawn was the setting for a merry rendition of A Midsummer Night's Dream. Mill members and their guests dined amid a sparkling, magic forest where lively actors performed a delightfully bowdlerized version of Shakespeare’s popular comedy.
On a beautiful Sunday afternoon at the end of June, 30 art lovers and artists converged at the Mill to attend our first Art Focus event, For the Love of Watercolor
A large and lively group of about 120 Mill members came together on the evening of Friday, April 8th, following the long COVID hiatus. It was the first of many special events being planned for members this year. Thanks to all the volunteers who made it happen!
April marked a month-long celebration of the fine art of photography.
Phillips’ Mill is run by volunteers. Although it goes without saying that we appreciate the work of all of our volunteers every day, we are taking this opportunity to say thank you to a few individuals who have donated so much of their time and energy to the Phillips’ Mill Community Association.
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.
We thank the many volunteers and supporters who helped make 2021 a successful year. Many thanks and best wishes for a warm and wonderful holiday season!
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.
If you asked 10 playwrights to describe the path to success, you are likely to get 10 different but equally eloquent responses. Playwright, associate professor and one of this year’s Phillips’ Mill Emerging Playwright Competition jurors Wilbert Turner, PhD, tells aspiring writers to get as much of their work in front of as many people as they can.
The Art Committee of the 92nd Annual Phillips’ Mill Juried Art Show has chosen internationally renowned sculptor George R. Anthonisen of Solebury as its Honored Artist.
Phillips’ Mill Community Association has announced that it is launching a plein air landscape painting workshop series for teens this summer. “Painting in Nature at Phillips’ Mill” will be open to students ages 14 to 18.
3rd Annual Emerging Playwright Competition Online Reading Set for June 12, 2021
The 92nd Annual Phillips’ Mill Juried Art Show promises to be one of the best ever. For the first time, it will not only display paintings and sculptures in the Mill, but also online.
All photographs from the Member Show are for sale. View the artwork online at www.phillipsmillphoto.com.
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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.