At the intersection of culture and place, LoLa 38 activates spaces in the midst of transition.
Integrating with the adaptive re-use of the United Bank parcel and the re-introduction of the street grid at the former University City HS superblock, our work with local artists will celebrate the living history of the neighborhoods flanking Lower Lancaster Avenue as a new future is paved for this multi-layered landscape.
LoLa 38 honors the corridor as a gateway to the arts, with programs that are inclusive of the community’s traditions and role in shaping it’s future. Through installations, conversations and gatherings we will highlight the richness of the neighborhood and the diverse stakeholders that call it home.
LoLa38 is supported generously by the William Penn Foundation.