Membership Guidebook

InLiquid is your DIRECT connection to curators, patrons, and the public at large.

You may already have your own website, marketing plan, and connections, but with InLiquid you have a team of professionals working on your behalf to promote, market, and connect you to a wider, global audience. Your InLiquid Membership is a promotional resource for your creative career through our online portfolio, listings and announcements, social media network, and exhibition opportunities.

So you’ve joined InLiquid, you have a portfolio page what comes next. Use this handy little guide to find out more about:

Portfolio Page

When you joined InLiquid the materials you submitted for review were used to create your portfolio page. This page acts as a gateway to allow the viewer to become familiar with you and your work. Your InLiquid portfolio is not meant to replace your website but work as a conduit to you and your website.

Click here for the site update form.

Newsletters/Announcements and Social Media

An important aspect of your InLiquid Membership is helping us to spread the word about you and your work. We do this through our Monthly Dedicated Newsletters, the NEWS section of the site, the Events Calendar, the Blog posts, and through our Social Media Networks.

Information for all of the above should be sent to Dawn Kramlich, External Communications Coordinator at

Click here for specifics and to learn more.

Exhibitions/Curatorial Opportunities

InLiquid’s exhibition season runs year-round, with each exhibition lasting from four to eight weeks. Exhibition Proposals may be submitted at any time; the Exhibition Committee reviews proposals throughout the year. Applicants will be notified regarding the status of their application within twelve weeks of receipt of their application, and InLiquid will endeavor to provide Applicants with ample time for the planning and production of their Exhibition. Please send exhibition proposals to or

InLiquid works with a number of venues to host both regular yearly exhibitions. These include:
  • The Café Gallery at the Painted Bride Art Center (4 per a year)
    Old City: 200 Vine Street, Philadelphia
  • The Hall at Crane Arts (4–5 a year)
    Kensington: 1400 N. American Street, Philadelphia
  • Park Towne Place –(3 a year)
    Art Museum Area: 2200 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia
  • IHouse Philadelphia
    West Philly: 3701 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia
  • The Vestibule at Old City Publishing (4–5 a year)
    Northern Liberties: 628 N 2nd Street, Philadelphia
  • Sundance TV
    New York City
  • The Courtyard by Marriott at the Naval Yard– (4 a year)
    The Navy Yard: 1001 Intrepid Avenue, Philadelphia
  • Rivers Edge Gallery at Bridgeton House – (3 a year)
    1525 River Road, Bridgeton, PA
  • Vintage Wine Bar – NEW
    Midtown Village: 129 S. 13th Street, Philadelphia
  • Biddle Building – NEW
    Midtown Village: 1217 Sansom Street, Philadelphia

InLiquid over the years has developed relationships with a number of exhibition spaces to creating more curatorial and exhibition opportunities for our members. Over the years we have worked with:
Gallery 543 at URBN Headquarters, the Leonard Pearlstein Gallery at Drexel, Project Space (DE), Feast Your Eye’s Salon at Front+Palmer, Carpenter Square, minima, Bryn Mawr Film Institute, west elm, Art in City Hall, Philadelphia Free Library, Eastern State Penitentiary, and many many more.

Click here to see InLiquid’s full Exhibition History.

Consulting Inventory Submission

InLiquid receives art consulting inquires regularly from institutional, corporate, and private clients. Projects often include curatorial requests, acquisitions, and site specific commissions. Through this form you can submit work to our local database of artwork, which is used by InLiquid when considering works for consulting proposals.
Click here to learn how to be included and access the form.

Discounts and Special offers from Reciprocal Partners & Organizations

InLiquid works with a number of art and culture groups to offer special discounts and deals for both our Creative Members & Supporting Members.

Click here for the list of participating groups and to learn more.

User Demographics

As a nonprofit, we rely upon grants and other funding so that we can keep our membership fees low, frequently these grants request demographics about our members and users. The responses to these questions are kept strictly confidentially and in no way affects your status as a member or associate, and providing this information is 100% voluntary.

Click here to fill out the Demographic Questionnaire.