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Scammers Are at it again!

Scammers Are at it again!

Scammers are, once again, up to no good. One of our member artists sent in a lead regarding a suspicious email from someone named  Kathryn Edwards using a gmail.com address. You know the drill from here: Ignore and DO NOT reply or click on any links they send. […]

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Entangled Threads and Memories: Material Memory at the Village of Arts and Humanities

by Hannah Salzer On February 7, an intergenerational communing took place under the roof of the Village of Arts and Humanities. The gathering marked the end of the exhibit, Material Memory, a community collaboration with Nigerian visiting artist Olanrewaju Tejuoso. Using objects found on the streets around […]

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Tonal Pleasures – Introducing ‘Solo Series’ at the Barnes Foundation

Tonal Pleasures - Introducing 'Solo Series' at the Barnes Foundation

Dr. Albert C. Barnes saw the necessity in paintings to be the equipment for teaching critical thinking. He also found music to be the final component to complete the cycle of art education. Thus bringing to life at The Barnes Foundation their newest program, ‘Solo Series’, where audiences […]

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Cave Girls and Trashy Fashions at PhilaMOCA

by Hannah Salzer Consider the following scene: Two women wearing black, shimmery leotards over pale pink exercise shorts prowl around the perimeter of a dimly lit stage. The Pink Panther theme song fades in. The dancers’ heads are adorned with white faux-bones, in a speculative stone-age style […]

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Crafts and Coffee – The InLiquid Boutique is Now Open at Bodhi Coffee

Crafts and Coffee - The InLiquid Boutique is Now Open at Bodhi Coffee

Bobby Logue, owner, and founder of Bodhi Coffee—with two locations in Headhouse Square and Washington Square West—sees shared value between local art and lattes: both are artisan-made, handcrafted, conscientious, and sustainable. Having sensibility for all of the above have been, for the most part, inherent throughout Bobby’s […]

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A Call for Solidarity at ‘I Bear Witness’, on display at the Asian Arts Initiative

A Call for Solidarity at 'I Bear Witness', on display at the Asian Arts Initiative

By Hannah Salzer I Bear Witness, on display at the Asian Arts Initiative, explores connections between the history of Japanese internment in America and the present marginalization of Muslim Americans. The exhibit was envisioned by curator Atif Sheikh, of Twelve Gates Arts, as a palimpsest: a manuscript […]

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Group Therapy for Artists – Artist Member TJ Walsh Starts a Therapy Group for Creative People

Group Therapy for Artists - Artist Member TJ Walsh Starts a Therapy Group for Creative People

Choosing a career as an artist is a bold choice. Artists and many creatives are given the task to communicate, move, and inspire as the weight of deadlines, interviews, last-minute client decisions–the list goes on–never ceases to bog one down. While for some, albeit maybe most, troubles are […]

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An Underground Experience: InLiquid Artist Cheryl Harper Brings Philly Back to the 60’s

By: Kim Minutella On December 10th, 1966, Andy Warhol and his band, The Velvet Underground, flipped the city of Philadelphia upside-down at The Arts Council of the Young Men’s and Women’s Hebrew Association (now known as the Gershman Y) with Exploding Plastic Inevitable. Fifty years ago this […]

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In Our Annual Appeal We Ask a Big Question: Why is Art Important, Especially Now?

In Our Annual Appeal We Ask a Big Question: Why is Art Important, Especially Now?

If ever you had the opportunity to take an Art History 101 course, you’ll probably remember having read, at some point, “Ways of Seeing” by John Berger—and, hopefully, a certain quote may have stuck with you throughout your course of learning about art: “The relation between what […]

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An Artist Testimonial to the Benefits of InLiquid Membership

An Artist Testimonial to the Benefits of InLiquid Membership

One of our member artist’s testimonials was too powerful not to share in full: The transition from art student to art professional is difficult, and the reality is, universities do little to prepare artists for the world outside the studio classroom. After graduating with my BFA, I […]

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