We host groups of York's makers and doers, who give brief lectures around the theme of CRAFT.
Our speakers come from varied backgrounds, but they all work systematically and intentionally to create visceral experiences.
Our next event is scheduled for Wednesday, April 25 at Warehaus (formerly LSC Design), 320 North George Street. Doors open at 6 p.m. and presentations begin promptly at 6:30 p.m. Parking and entrance are on the Beaver Street side of the building. Please save the date and join us for another evening of inspiring stories.
Admission is free, and no ticket is required.
Featured Speakers for our April 25, 2018 PK NIght Event
Our ninth event will feature six presenters talking about their respective crafts.
From Mass Production to Hand Craftsmanship
Theories, practices and methods of volume production have always seemed second nature to Dave Bradley. A near lifetime spent in the manufacturing world cultivated his recent fascination with how things were made prior to modern technology and equipment. His love for music and fabrication combined a few years ago when he taught himself how to build a guitar. Follow his journey as he explores the art of hand building stringed instruments.
Dave Bradley is the owner of a manufacturing firm. He enjoys woodworking, constructing guitars, blacksmithing, design, fabrication and building almost anything in general. Growing up in Schuylkill County, PA, and spending the last few years in New York City, Dave moved to the York area in mid-2016 and just finished rebuilding his 1800s farmhouse.
I'm Really Good at Counting, But Only to Three
Not your parents' wedding photography.
Matt is a wedding photographer who is often found climbing trees, lying in poo, or chasing after pigs just to get the perfect shot. Over the past decade, he has seen a lot of white dresses, folded many pocket squares, and counted to three...a lot.
On crafting a life and traveling the world in pursuit of the connection and diversity that is our beauty and our story.
Katie Langley is a vagabond. A story-chaser. Writer. Photographer. Speech pathologist. She recently returned to her hometown of York following a solo world trek. She is grateful to be here.
Reaching Out and Into the Community
What is possible? Easy answer. Anything. Even with young children? Easy answer. Absolutely. Anything is possible when individuals and groups are given the time and space to think big, leverage their talents, and pursue their passions. Reaching out and into the community creates realities for individuals. Amy loves to be a part of this process. The part that opens the space up to let the goodness in others flow over.
Drawing people together to create, learn, and grow together is what brings Amy Musone joy.
From Left Brain to Right Brain
A look at the steps Judy has taken to change her focus and expand her artistic endeavors.
Judy Orcutt was a registered pharmacist for many years, and now is mainly a self-taught artist and has created her works through experimentation. She will be inspired by something visual and then sets about to create it.
From Butter Cookie to Badass
From a wimpy baby to giant, from the arts to welding, how do you handle the extremes and everything in between? Clayson Samuelsen will talk about how he ended up in welding, and what welding has brought to his life.
Clayson Samuelsen was born in Salt Lake City, Utah. His family spent a year living in Bath, England. When they came back stateside, they moved to York, PA. Clayson has spent the second half of his life as a Yorker, graduated high school from York Country Day School, and graduated from York College of Pennsylvania with a degree in theatre. After college, he went seeking additional skills and ended up going fully into welding. Clayson plies the trade as a certified welder and has been a welding instructor.