Lancaster County Art Association History

Founded in 1936 in the city of Lancaster, the LCAA is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt nonprofit organization. The Lancaster County Art Association has provided a wide range of art classes, workshops, special programs, exhibition opportunities, and fellowship for artists of all skill levels. For eighty-one years beginning and professional artists, adults and children have had opportunities to develop their skills, exhibit artwork, and attend exhibits and events.





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The LCAA moved to Strasburg, Pennsylvania in 1998. Just a few miles east of Lancaster, Strasburg has a main street lined with beautiful examples of nineteenth century Pennsylvania architecture. Strasburg is also known for the Strasburg steam railroad which is a popular attraction for everyone who loves trains.

Route 30 is the main highway that runs through Lancaster. Directions can be given from different points but a simple one is to give the directions from Route 30. A Google Map is included below.

Directions from Route 30: Take Route 30 to Route 896 south to Strasburg. Turn right onto Main St., Rte. 741, in the center of Strasburg. Watch on the right for the small blue signs for the Library and the Lancaster County Art Association at the corner of Hampden Ave. Turn right on to Hampden Ave, then go to the stop sign and turn left onto Precision Ave. and left again into the parking area. There is parking in front and in back in a parking lot.



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