Spoken Word Season 7 kicks off next month with special guest Kevin Clark on Friday, October 13th

SPOKEN WORD Season 7 kicks off next month with special guest Kevin Clark on Friday, October 13th! Clark will start off the event with work from a soon to be published volume that centers on the role of place in our lives and features prominently the landscape of central and

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DUAL LIVES book signing at Converge Gallery

Artist Michael Bell kicks off DUAL LIVES book tour, and will sign copies of his memoir first in Maryland, Delaware and Williamsport, PA. In Williamsport Bell will be returning to his alma mater, Lycoming College, for Homecoming Weekend to open an exciting two-man exhibition of his art Friday, Oct. 6th

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Converge Gallery Presents “Two Faced” A Dual Exhibition by Michael Bell and Dillon Samuelson

“Two Faced” is a group exhibition featuring two portrait artists, Michael Belland Dillon Samuelson, with two very conflicting styles. “Two Faced” is meant to examine the idea of self image. Michael Bell utilizes a realist approach with his portraiture work creating art that shows idealized visions of ourselves.”Selfie” participant Dillon

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Spoken Word Season 6 continues with special guest Kavitha Kolangaden on Friday, April 14th

Spoken Word Season 6 keeps rolling on and will feature Indian-American writer, Kavitha Kolangaden this Friday, April 14th! Kavitha will start things off by sharing what she has learned during her explorations of her own faith and spirituality through her many writings and poems. She began writing short stories at

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Opening in February: “Almost Anything Is Possible” a showcase of new work by Polish artist Rene Gortat

Polish artist, Rene Gortat, kicks off Converge Gallery’s 2017 series of solo exhibitions with “Almost Anything Is Possible.” This collection of work explores the endless possibilities inside of a preset framework of limitations by celebrating the strength of creativity, determination, and obsession. Everyday experiences, interactions, philosophical thought, and random occurrences

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“Letters from Desolation Row” by Mark Loughney opens in November

Converge Gallery is excited to present the work of Mark Loughney in his upcoming exhibition, “LETTERS FROM DESOLATION ROW,” curated by Australian Pop-Artist, Johnny Romeo. Life often has a way of bringing people together in unexpected ways. For internationally acclaimed Australian Pop painter Johnny Romeo, what began as a simple

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“LINCOLN: THE FREEDOM SERIES” by Australian Pop-Artist, Johnny Romeo to open in November

Converge Gallery is excited to present the work of Johnny Romeo in his upcoming exhibition, “LINCOLN: THE FREEDOM SERIES.” This series is the thrilling new collaborative exhibition between internationally acclaimed Australian pop artist Johnny Romeo and leading US-based snowboard company Gilson Boards. Drawing on the iconic imagery of America’s most

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Mick Alan a.k.a M/Life’s, “Gay & Lazy”

Converge Gallery is excited to present the work of Mick Alan a.k.a M/Life in his upcoming musical project performance, “Gay & Lazy.” Have you ever felt a rush of pure insanity race down through your arms, spiral around your fingertips, then bolt back through straight to your brain? This feeling

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Spoken Word Season 6 Preview to feature local poet Michael Zielinskie

Spoken Word is back (sorta) and before we kick off the official launch of Season 6, we’ll be hosting a mini preview night on Friday September the 9th featuring local poet Michael Zielinskie. Sign-ups start at 6:30 PM and the event runs from 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm. Admission is

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Marlon Brando | Curt Miller

Converge Gallery’s, “You’re Messin’ With The Wrong Guy” by Curt Miller is set to open on July 22, 2016

Converge Gallery is excited to present the work of local artist and comedian, Curt Miller in his upcoming exhibition, “You’re Messin’ With The Wrong Guy.” Back in January, the public got a sneak peek of the work that would be featured in the upcoming July exhibition. Miller chose to examine

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