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Square Halo Gallery’s Year-in-Review

By Ned Bustard on June 3, 2022

Ned Bustard | Gallery Director Each year is an adventure in the Square Halo Gallery at The Trust. Every other month a new show goes up and aside from knowing that it will be contemporary art inspired by the Christian

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Public Joy

By Leslie Anne Bustard on April 14, 2022

Trust in the Lord, and do good; dwell in the land and befriend faithfulness[1] is the Bible verse that has animated The Trust Performing Arts Center since it began serving the community in 2013. Whether as a bank in the

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Lassoing The Elusive Notion of Culture

By Tom Becker on September 15, 2021

When I was growing up, my parents cultivated a slightly demented sense of humor in our home. When someone crashed a bike or car and came out unscathed, after a general thankfulness to The Man Upstairs, we would laugh for

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2018-2019 Trust artists collage.

Season Review: 2018-2019

By Jessica Pavelko on July 30, 2019

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe says, “A man should hear a little music, read a little poetry, and see a fine picture every day of his life, in order that worldly cares may not obliterate the sense of the beautiful which

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The Art of Sadao Watanabe

By Jessica Pavelko on October 7, 2016

  On display during October and November in the Square Halo Gallery will be art by Japan’s foremost Christian artist, Sadao Watanabe (1913-1996). Converted from Buddhism to Christianity at 17 years old, he combined his new faith with katazome—the traditional Japanese

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A Trustworthy Guide to Opera

By Abby Bouffard on October 3, 2015

Dido and Aeneas share a final embrace as the fates gaze unmoved   Happy Saturday, friends!  Autumn is finally here and it’s been great to see so much activity in Lancaster on this chilly October morning!   This past Thursday I had

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A Trustworthy Guide to Black Tie Optional

By Abby Bouffard on September 2, 2015

With our black tie optional season opener just one day away, we thought we’d help you navigate your wardrobe options for tomorrow evening by providing “A Trustworthy Guide to Black Tie Optional”.   For Gents Tuxedos are appropriate and encouraged

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3 Reasons to Buy Tickets for September 3

By Abby Bouffard on August 22, 2015

                       Three Reasons to Buy Tickets for September 3   1) Bernstein’s Lancaster Debut…sort of. The second half of the program features Bernstein’s Arias and Barcarolles, an incredible piece for four

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The Most Wonderful Time of the Year!

By Abby Bouffard on August 8, 2015

  The Kids Cookie Break broadcasting live from The Trust   Man – what a weekend!  We have had a whirlwind of activity here and it’s been a blast!  Friday evening, during First Friday, we announced our 2015-2016 season with

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