Location: Lancaster Station
53 McGovern Ave, Lancaster, PA 17602
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 am - 5 pm
The Lancaster Amtrak train station is the second busiest in the state, with high visibility for both visitors and commuters. Located on the station concourse, Lancaster Public Art Station Cases provide space for artists to showcase site-specific installations.
With artwork rotated every six months, the Station Cases present Lancaster as a destination for the arts and a place that values public art as a critical component of a healthy community.
Artists may submit ideas for one or both display cases located on the South side of the concourse. Subject matter and material are the artist's choice. Artists may apply as a group or individuals.
Interested in exhibiting your artwork in the station cases? Let us know and we will be sure to update you when the artist call is released.
Meet our Station Case artist: Paolo Del Toro!
Meet our TAP Station Case artists: Cat Chiu Phillips and Matty Geez.
If you missed our April 3rd information session on the TAP Train Station Case call for artists, here is the video!
Lancaster Train Station is the second busiest in our state and there is no advertising in the station to compete with. Your company's name on one of our display cases is a wonderful opportunity for exposure.
Lancaster Public Art is hosting a display at the Lancaster Amtrak Station sponsored by the City of Lancaster in collaboration with the African American Historical Society of South Central Pennsylvania to showcase the history of Black Americans in Lancaster, PA.