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National Geographic’s Photo Ark by photographer Joel Sartore

‘Photo Ark’ Brings the Earth’s Endangered Wildlife to Olewine Gallery By Scott Weidensaul An extraordinary window into the planet’s threatened heritage — from one of the most respected nature photographers in the world — is coming to the Ned Smith Center in April. Joel Sartore’s Photo Ark is a remarkable project attracting global attention, including […]

The Young and the Wild: 2018 Youth Art Contest

 2018 Theme: The Young and Wild Official 2018 Youth Art Contest Rules and Entry Form CLICK HERE to see the winners of the 2017 contest! Students from across the country participate in the annual youth art contest, designed to inspire the next generation of wildlife artists. Winning entries are exhibited at the Center during the Nature and Arts Festival, […]

Broadway Star at Ned Smith Center

Tickets are available by calling (717) 692-3699 or at the Center. Seats are limited, please call ahead. Gallery Series Saturday, May 5, 2018: Boogie Piano Man: Wade Preston Wade Preston, from Billy Joel’s Broadway hit Movin’ Out, delivers an impeccable show with the time honored favorites and original compositions. It’s not often a man can sit (or […]

Kopp Exhibit in Olewine Gallery

The Faye Arleen and Lawrence Joseph Kopp Collection of Butterflies and Moths January 10 – April 7, 2018 This extensive collection features 18,941 worldwide exotic and local species of butterflies and moths.  With multiple mounting capabilities and mobiles this show is a beautiful work of art for all to enjoy. Starting in 1950, siblings Faye […]

Sept. 30: Wildlife Art Auction

Pieces available for purchase at this year’s auction are now on display in the Olewine Gallery. September 30, 2017 2017 Art Auction Catalog for the Web SCHEDULE OF EVENTS: 9:30 a.m. Registration Opens 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Silent Auction 12 p.m. Live Auction Auction information: • There is a $225 minimum on all Ned […]

Free Screening of Ned Smith Documentary

Ned Smith: Gone for the Day WITF in partnership with the Pennsylvania Conservation Heritage Project continues to produce documentaries as part of an on-going effort to tell the story of the state’s rich conservation heritage and the people who helped protect our resources. One of the many conservation heroes who helped shape Pennsylvania’s environmental heritage was self-trained […]

Roger Tory Peterson in the Olewine Gallery

The work of one of the 20th century’s most preeminent artist-naturalists is coming to the Ned Smith Center this spring — Roger Tory Peterson, the man whose very name is synonymous with birds and birding. The exhibit, which will run from April 7 to the end of Aug. in the Olewine Gallery, will feature a […]

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