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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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InLiquid Artist Demonstrations: Emily Cobb Presents Wearable Illustrations

By: Kim Minutella   It’s the last weekend for InLiquid Artist Demonstrations at Blick Art Materials. This weekend, join InLiquid Artist Emily Cobb for the live demonstration, Gold Leafing on Jewelry. Emily Cobb is an artist that combines narrative with jewelry. Her work takes influences from illustration and […]

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Sculptor by Day, Game Master by Night: InLiquid Artist Jeremy Sims Shares the Secrets Behind his Illustrative Works

InLiquid Artist Jeremy Sims is a sculptor who pushes the boundaries with his work by exploring unconventional methods and ideas of ceramics; he questions the purpose and definition of the objects that we both overlook and interact with on a daily basis. Drawing inspiration from design and fashion, […]

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A Full Body Experience – Leah MacDonald’s Photography Inspires The New Musical ‘In My Body’

A Full Body Experience - Leah MacDonald’s Photography Inspires The New Musical ‘In My Body’

By Elizabeth Roan “Get your damn hands off my uterus!” vehemently utters Human 3, played by actress April Woodall, as she slams down a chair, in unison with her four fellow cast-members, on the blackbox theater floor of the Prince Theater. It is act 23, and is […]

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InLiquid Artist Demonstrations Presents: Donna Backues!

Embark on a journey through a vibrant world inspired by the abstraction of realism and the space we inhabit with artist Donna Backues and her mixed-media paintings. The use of different textures, glosses, patterns, and colors in her work are taken from nature, urban society, emotions, experience, […]

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Hidden Treasures at Wine and Design

Celebrating all things ringing joy to us at home–this year’s chosen theme for DesignPhiladelphia–InLiquid and Park Towne Place have created a unique experience bringing together art, home decor, handmade jewerly and, of course, wine! Tomorrow, on the eighteenth floor of Park Towne Place’s East Tower, InLiquid welcomes you […]

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A Sharp Divide – An Interview With Artist and Activist Dread Scott

A Sharp Divide - An Interview With Artist and Activist Dread Scott

Dread Scott—the artist who sparked nationally debated controversy in 1989 as a student at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago with his installation What is a Proper Way to Display a US Flag?— is currently exhibiting his work at Rowan University Art Gallery at High Street. […]

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Happy 17th Birthday InLiquid Art + Design!

Happy 17th Birthday InLiquid Art + Design!

Founded in 1999 by Philadelphia-based artist and NYU graduate Rachel Zimmerman, InLiquid started as a casual, small nonprofit online exhibition venue, meeting place, and information resource for artists. The organization quickly expanded its role with an increased number of members, expanded site content, and a regular series […]

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Local Color: Cut Paper Collages – A Chat with Artist Joseph Opshinsky

Local Color: Cut Paper Collages - A Chat with Artist Joseph Opshinsky

In the case of a decaying city, stagnancy can be captivating when seen through a particular lens. As Rene Ricard had put it when he spoke of Jean Michel Basquiat: it’s a literal case of bringing something in off the street but with the element of chance […]

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