The Demuth Museum features a rotation of exhibitions for our visitorship expanding on the artwork and legacy of Charles Demuth and his contemporaries. Please note the days between scheduled exhibitions as days the museum will be closed for the installation of the new exhibit. The Demuth Museum is also closed to the public for the month of January.

Echo Valley Art Group

July 2 - August 21, 2016
Opening Reception: Friday, July 1 from 5-8pm

This exhibit features new print editions created by 22 of the Echo Valley Art Group members that are inspired by some aspect of Paris, its artists or artistic movements. This exhibit's theme stems from the journeys Charles Demuth made to Paris, which in the early twentieth century was a thriving center of artistic activity and provided excellent conditions for the exchange of creative ideas.

Fifty Years Straddling the Velvet Rope: The Photography of Gary Lee Boas

September 17 - November 27, 2016
Opening Reception: Friday, September 16, from 5-8pm

From his first experiences of meeting Miss Universe of 1966 to meeting Ronald Reagan, Gary Lee Boas realized his encounters with "famous" people fed his soul. Rather than just gathering a collection of signatures, Boas soon realized he wanted an image to remember his encounter and started taking pictures with his brownie camera. After finishing high school, Boas pursued his dream to dance on Broadway and this Lancaster native took off for the Big City and studied with Ann Reinking, Bob Fosse's wife. Boas also partook of the nightlife of New York, working at Studio 54 and eventually dancing on Broadway. It was during this time he got to know so many of the "stars" and therefore his photographs of people such as Susan Sarandon, Richard Gere, Julie Christie and others take on a much more personal tone. For the past fifty years Boas' love of theater has driven him to continue to capture his friends and "stars" of the day in his uniquely personal photographs.

Interested in more information about our past exhibitions?

View descriptions for our past exhibitions from:

divider image