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Benefit v.14: Sponsorship

The 14th installment of InLiquid’s signature benefit party
Once again, InLiquid will be hosting our Annual Silent Auction & Benefit v.14! This highly anticipated event will take place on February 8, 2014, and will feature fabulous art, gift certificates, design items, and jewelry from artists and local businesses alike.

Our annual silent auction benefit is InLiquid’s biggest fundraising event, and continues to grow in popularity, attracting a diverse audience of collectors, artists, art lovers, and professionals. With fabulous art, gift certificates, design items, and jewelry from emerging to established artists and local businesses alike, the items to bid on range in value from $50 to $2,000, so there is something for everyone. Once again, it will be held in the vast Ice Box Project Space of the Crane Arts Building, located in the burgeoning New Kensington arts district just above Northern Liberties.

This year’s event is extra special for us as we “Celebrate our Fifteenth Year.” InLiquid Benefit v.14 will be preceded by a First Friday free preview on February 7th. Tickets for the main event can be purchased for $40 in advance/$50 at the door, and early entry to the VIP Preview Party will be $75 in advance/$100 at the door.

InLiquid AUDIENCE
InLiquid attracts sophisticated visitors who are web-savvy, educated, and actively involved with the creative community in Philadelphia and beyond. Our visitors have a voracious appetite for what’s new and next in the cultural sphere, and rely upon InLiquid to provide consistently fresh and exciting content. For this particular event, we anticipate between 500 and 1000 attendees over the course of the two days.

Sponsorship details: $5,000
Benefactor of InLiquid Benefit V.14
• Logo and acknowledgement featured in printed and digital materials including: event signage,
   7,000 event invitations, and linked placement on InLiquid’s web site feature for the event
• Acknowledgement of sponsorship in press materials and pre-event publicity, including: e-mail blasts,
   and advance press release announcing the event
• Sponsorship ad on InLiquid event page, blog, and all event e-mailers
• 8 passes to the Annual Silent Auction Benefit and Preview Receptions
• Unlimited half price tickets available beyond allotted number of free passes
• 1 exclusive limited edition print from the 1st place winner of the juried exhibition

 
 
 
 

Sponsorship details: $2,500
Patron of InLiquid Benefit V.14
• Logo and acknowledgement featured in printed and digital materials including: event signage,
   7,000 event invitations, and linked placement on InLiquid’s web site feature for the event
• Acknowledgement of sponsorship in press materials and pre-event publicity, including: e-mail blasts,
   and advance press release announcing the event
• 6 passes to the Annual Silent Auction Benefit and Preview Receptions
• Unlimited half price tickets available beyond allotted number of free passes
• 1 exclusive limited edition print from the 1st place winner of the juried exhibition

Sponsorship details: $1,000
Supporter of InLiquid Benefit V.14
• Logo and acknowledgement featured in printed and digital materials including: event signage,
   7,000 event invitations, and link on InLiquid’s web site feature for the event
• Acknowledgement of sponsorship in press materials and pre-event publicity, including: e-mail blasts,
   and advance press release announcing the event
• 4 passes to the Annual Silent Auction Benefit and Preview Receptions
• Unlimited half price tickets available beyond allotted number of free passes
• 1 exclusive limited edition print from the 1st place winner of the juried exhibition

Sponsorship details: $500
Friend of InLiquid Benefit V.14
• Acknowledgement of sponsorship in press materials and pre-event mailings, event signage, and
   link on the InLiquid’s web site feature for the event
• 2 passes to the Annual Silent Auction Benefit and the main Preview Reception
• Unlimited half price tickets available beyond allotted number of free passes
• 1 exclusive limited edition print from the 1st place winner of the juried exhibition

Please contact Michelle Meltzer with any questions or concerns at 917.428.1857 or michelle@bandbp.com

InLiquid’s Annual Silent Auction and Party: Saturday, February 7th 2015

  • Submissions received by January 13th will be included in the press releases, event signage, and on the web. Click here to download a pdf version of the the Sponsor Package.
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    InLiquid
    c/o Benefit v.15
    1400 N. American Street, #314
    Philadelphia, PA 19122
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Benefit v.14 – Restaurant Submissions

Skip ahead to the online form.

Greetings!

Once again, InLiquid will be hosting our Annual Silent Auction & Benefit v.14! This year’s event is extra special for us as we “Celebrate our Fifteenth Year.” This highly anticipated event will take place on February 8, 2014, and will feature fabulous art, gift certificates, design items, and jewelry from artists and local businesses alike. We invite you to be a part of our celebration and exhibition by supporting the community and the arts through a donation to this event. This is a great opportunity to boost your business in the slower season post holidays!!

This annual benefit is a major source of funds for InLiquid, a 501(c)(3) non-profit that supports and promotes visual artists while serving as a comprehensive hub of arts information. Our annual benefit continues to grow in popularity and attracts a diverse crowd of collectors, art lovers, artists, and professionals.

This event’s success relies greatly on support from the Greater Philadelphia regional community. We would be honored if you could help make our event successful by providing a tax-deductible contribution of food for the party and/or a gift certificate for the silent auction. I especially hope that you will consider being one of the select restaurants to offer samples of your cuisine to guests from a dedicated table at the party. This is a more visible means of contributing, not to mention a great promotional tool. Our benefit events are attended by over 1,000 people over the course of two days.

As a donor to InLiquid’s Benefit, your information will be included in our Press materials leading up to the event, on our online auction mini-site at InLiquid.org, and through our Social Media Network resources. Through our promotional resources prior to and after the event, the visibility of your donation will extend beyond auction attendees.

We look forward to receiving your donation to InLiquid’s Benefit. To donate please fill out the online form below, or click here for the pdf version which may be e-mailed to us or mailed to Bread & Butter Productions, 237 North Bread Street, PH 5, Philadelphia, PA 19106. We must hear back from you by December 13th in order to be included in the printed invitation being mailed to over 5,000 people. Later submissions received by January 13th will be included in the press releases, event signage, and on the web. If you have any questions, please contact Michelle at Bread & Butter Productions by e-mail at Rsvp@bandbp.com or by phone at 917-428-1857.

Thank you for your time. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Click here for a pdf version of the submission form or fill out the online form below.

InLiquid’s Annual Silent Auction and Party, in memory of Abigail Rebecca Cohen Saturday, February 8, 2014

  • Please submit donation form to InLiquid by December 13, 2013 in order to be included in the printed invitation (which will be mailed to over 5,000). Your restaurant will be included in the press release, web feature, social media, and event signage. Click here to download a pdf version of the donation request letter on letterhead.

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  • If you have an image of your restaurant please provide it digitally or let us know of a web link for the item. We would like to display images of our food donors on our auction mini site.

    Please rename your image file to include your restaurant's name, e.g. studio_z.jpg or studio_z_logo.jpg.
  • InLiquid Benefit
    c/o InLiquid
    1400 N. American Street, #314
    Philadelphia, PA 19122

    Please feel free to include any promotional materials or handouts that can be put out at the event..

    InLiquid is a registered 501(c)(3).
    Please click here for a copy of our Certification status.
 

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Benefit v.14 – Business Submissions

Skip ahead to the online form.

Greetings!

Once again, InLiquid will be hosting our Annual Silent Auction & Benefit v.14! This year’s event is extra special for us as we “Celebrate our Fifteenth Year.” This highly anticipated event will take place on February 8, 2014, and will feature fabulous art, gift certificates, design items, and jewelry from artists and local businesses alike. We invite you to be a part of our celebration and exhibition by supporting the community and the arts through a donation to this event. This is a great opportunity to boost your business in the slower season post holidays!!

This annual benefit is a major source of funds for InLiquid, a 501(c)(3) non-profit that supports and promotes visual artists while serving as a comprehensive hub of arts information. Our annual benefit continues to grow in popularity and attracts a diverse crowd of collectors, art lovers, artists, and professionals.

This event’s success relies greatly on support from the Greater Philadelphia regional community. We would be honored if you could support our event by providing a tax-deductible contribution of a gift certificate or item for the silent auction. Our benefit events are attended by over 1,000 people over the course of two days.

As a donor to InLiquid’s Benefit, your information will be included in our Press materials leading up to the event, on our online auction mini-site at InLiquid.org, and through our Social Media Network resources. Through our promotional resources prior to and after the event, the visibility of your donation will extend beyond auction attendees.

We look forward to receiving your donation to InLiquid’s Benefit. To donate please fill out the online form below, or click here for the pdf version which may be e-mailed to us or mailed to Bread & Butter Productions, 237 North Bread Street, PH 5, Philadelphia, PA 19106. We must hear back from you by January 31st in order to include you appropriately in the press releases, and on the web. If you have any questions, please contact Michelle at Bread & Butter Productions by e-mail at Rsvp@bandbp.com or by phone at 917-428-1857.

Thank you for your time. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Click here for a pdf version of the submission form or fill out the online form below.

InLiquid’s Annual Silent Auction and Party: Celebrating Fifiteen Years of InLiquid, in memory of Abigail Rebecca Cohen Saturday, February 8, 2014

  • Please submit donation form to InLiquid by January 31, 2014. Your business will be included in the press release, and web feature. Click here to download a pdf version of the donation request letter on letterhead.

    All red * are required fields and must be entered before moving on.
  • Contact info

  • Donation information

  • Images/Logos

  • If you have an image of the item being donated please provide it digitally or let us know of a web link for the item. We would like to display images of the items on our auction mini site.

    Please rename your image file to include your organization/company's name, e.g. studio_z.jpg or studio_z_logo.jpg.
  • InLiquid Benefit
    c/o InLiquid
    1400 N. American Street, #314
    Philadelphia, PA 19122

    Please feel free to include any promotional materials or handouts that can be put out at the event.

    InLiquid is a registered 501(c)(3).
    Please click here for a copy of our Certification status.
 

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In Light of the Lens: Ethereal @ Crane Hall

Gas & Electric Arts is proud to partner with InLiquid Art + Design, who will present two exhibitions that open during the run of Behind the Eye. Experience the work of two Philadelphia photographers whose work is in the contemporary lineage of Lee Miller.

In Light of the Lens: Ethereal
November 7 – December 22, 2012

Leah Macdonald

Second Thursday:
November 8 and December 13, 6 – 9 pm

The Hall at Crane Arts
1400 North American Street Philadelphia

Artist Statement:

My art making is a combination of photography and mixed media, darkroom printing on silver paper, and painting with oils and wax. I am vision impaired: my one eye is like a hawk’s, precise and crisp and my other eye is nearly blind, fuzzy and soft. There are moments of control and moments of intuition… focus /blur, focus/blur a seesaw back and forth until I find balance. I bounce between these worlds of focus and blur to etch my portraits of emotion.

The public hours for the Crane Arts Building are noon – 6 pm, Wednesday – Sunday, and until 9 pm on the Second Thursday of each month.

In Light of the Lens: Withdrawn @ The Bride
Walking in Darkness, 2009, layered acrylic lifts with embedded type on paper, 12" x 16"

Walking in Darkness, 2009, layered acrylic lifts with embedded type on paper, 12″ x 16″

Gas & Electric Arts is proud to partner with InLiquid Art + Design, who will present two exhibitions that open during the run of Behind the Eye. Experience the work of two Philadelphia photographers whose work is in the contemporary lineage of Lee Miller.

In Light of the Lens: Withdrawn
November 2 – December 16, 2012

Kate Borbas

First Friday receptions:
November 2 and December 7, 5 – 7 pm

Painted Bride Art Center Cafe Gallery
230 Vine Street, Philadelphia

Artist Statement:

Kathryn Borbas is a 23-year old photographer and mixed media artist working towards her BFA at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Most of her work conceptually faces her nearly decade-long battle with chronic pain conditions. Exploring the perpetual struggle against ones own body, a journey towards relief from a variety of agonizing sensations, and most of all the complexities of adapting to a life with a pain so awful it never ceases. She creates work as layered and unique as the pain itself. Borbas’ work is almost exclusively made up of self-portraiture, using art as a cathartic means of examining her situation and the limitations of photography itself, describing a condition that is utterly invisible. Creating her own aesthetic language she continually challenges how pain and struggle can be visually represented.

Gallery Hours at the Painted Bride Art Center are Tuesday through Saturday, 12pm to 6pm.

Faces of a New China @ I-House

Not Today, Beijing, 2010, archival pigment silk, 42″ x 28″

Work by Amanda Stevenson Lupke

 

 

August 31 – December 14, 2012

Opening Reception: Wednesday, September 19, 6 – 7:30 pm

 

International House Video Lounge
3701 Chestnut Street, first floor, Philadelphia, PA

 

Faces of a New China examines the people living through the rapid transformation from third world country to global economic superpower. In the cities of Beijing and Shanghai the skies are dominated skyscrapers, cookie cutter housing complexes and 60 story construction cranes while the streets are active with the traditional culture of Hutong community life. The images are a series of portraits and street scenes on paper and silk.

More work on display at
Minima
a center city design company
118 N. Third St.
Philadelphia, PA
Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 10 am – 6 pm

Amanda Stevenson Lupke has logged over 15 years of professional photographic experience in Basel, London, New York and her home town of Philadelphia. Her work has been featured in a variety of exhibitions, international publications, and advertising campaigns including Harper Collins Publishing, Miller Brewing Company and Cox Communications. In 1994, Amanda founded Amanda Stevenson Photo where she continues to work, learn, and play.

Gallery Hours at the International House are Monday through Friday, 10am to 6pm. Admission is
FREE to International House art exhibitions.

HighSpeed @ Gallery 102

Gallery 102
1400 N. American Street, Philadelphia

Curated by Amy Herrera
Work by Amy Herrera, Bren Mack, Erica Slone, Jennifer Pacanowski, Jeremy Stainthorp-Bergren, Nate Lewis

November 21 – 28
Opening Wednesday, November 21, 4 – 6 pm

For over a decade, America has been consumed by the “war on terrorism.” This has led to a more state-controlled America, with the government creeping into every facet of our lives. All the while, corporate controlled media give the war a Hollywood sex appeal with reality shows based in war zones, videos of live fire fights on youtube, and “news” of voluptuous reality starlets going to support the troops.

American culture has become consumed with militarism and misogyny. War has become pornography and pornography has become war. The real issues are never broadcast or discussed because “entertainer’s” lives have become “news,” and not the war; the ignorance is perpetuated and the corporations that control politicians and the media erode our rights. – Amy Herrera, curator, High Speed

Amy Herrera

Amy Herrera was born in Yuba City, California. At the age of eighteen, just three months before the attacks of September 11th, she enlisted in the Air Force’s delayed entry program. She joined the Air Force on Dec. 4, 2001, and went to San Antonio with a guaranteed job as a weather journeyman. As a weather journeyman, she was stationed at Scott AFB, Illinois, where she was served out the rest of her enlistment. Although she never deployed, she was awarded both the Air Force Commendation Medal and the Global War on Terror medal for successfully supporting missions in theater. She separated from the military in June of 2005, and in January of 2006, she started working at the Boeing Company. While at Boeing, she finished a Master’s in Public Affairs from Park University. She left her position in 2010 to open her own firm. She currently lobbies for veteran’s causes and actualizes political propaganda.

Bren Mack

Bren Mack is from Delaware, and currently resides in Kandahar, Afghanistan. He hopes to one day spend the rest of his life being creative and to not work for “the man.”

Erica Slone

Erica Slone was born and raised Southeastern, Ohio and joined the U.S. Air Force in 2002. Slone deployed multiple times in support of the Global War on Terror. She is currently pursuing her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at The Ohio State University and joined OSU’s Veterans Learning Community, in which veterans transform their experiences into relevant research. In January 2010, Slone co-curated the Visualizing the Experiences of War (ViEW) exhibition at the Urban Arts Space in Columbus, OH. Slone recently curated an exhibition of women veterans entitled Overlooked / Looked Over for the National Veterans Art Museum, Chicago, IL.

Jennifer Pacanowski
Jennifer Pacanowski joined the Army to become a medic, work in a hospital and someday become a nurse. She was sent to Iraq in 2004 and spent all of 2004 as a combat medic, doing medical support for convoys in Iraq. She was diagnosed with PTSD, and began writing and submitted work to Warrior Writers for publication in Remaking Sense. Her work is published in After Action Review, Warrior Writers’ third anthology, and one of my poems is featured in the film, Out of Step. She is currently Workshop Facilitator for Warrior Writers and Outreach Coordinator for Veterans’ Sanctuary in Ithaca, NY. And, she love dogs.

Jeremy Stainthorp-Bergren

Jeremy Stainthorp-Bergren served in the Marine Corps, and was in the reserves from 1998-2006. When he enlisted he had just been accepted into college and wanted to make sure his degree was a priority. His MOS was in supply, but in 2003 his command changed his unit’s MOS to mortuary affairs. In 2004 he graduated from college with a BFA in drawing and painting. He has been working with college students the past few years coordinating leadership programs. His interest in art is really learning how to write or talk about his experiences, and, with visual art, conveying the theme of military suicide. In 2001 a marine at his unit committed suicide, and with the rising numbers of veteran and service member suicides, it is something he feels is still relevant.

Nate Lewis
Nate Lewis joined the Army straight out of high school, September 11, 2001, was his second day of boot camp. He grew up in the small town of Barker, New York, they hung yellow ribbons on all the trees to honor the many young service members from the area; his picture hung in the center of the school, surrounded by flags. He felt he was doing good things for my country – until he deployed to Iraq in the initial invasion of 2003. He doubted that the war was about freedom, democracy or national security; that unmistakable look of fear and helplessness on the Iraqis’ faces told him differently. His commander begged me to re-enlist like a child begging for a cookie, but he refused and left the military. He graduated from the State University of New York at Potsdam with a degree in History and Secondary Social Studies Education. He is both horrified and shocked at the wars we find ourselves fighting.

Hours by appointment only November 26 and 27. Call 215-235-3405 to schedule.

InLiquid @ William Way: A Midtown Village Holiday

William Way Community Center

1315 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA

Friday, November 30, 5 – 8 pm
Saturday and Sunday, December 1 & 2, 12 – 5 pm

A holiday version of InLiquid’s signature Art for the Cash Poor just in time for the gift giving season! Come out and shop for handmade art, design items, and crafts for those special to you or your entire
office, and everyone in between. Light refreshments will be available. The event will also have a gift wrapping station and a children’s holiday craft making project to keep the gifts a surprise and the kiddies entertained!


Participating artists include:

Babil & Bijou, Bobby Lerza, Burning Sphere, Celestial Swirls Jewelry, Melvin A. Chappell, Danielle Marie Tobin Designs, Lindsay Gilbert, Patrick Hay, Imperiale Prints, L.S.Drew Graphics, Liz Kinder Ceramics, Christopher Lydon, Deb Strong Napple, Nicole Rae Styer, Old Blood, Gillian Pokalo, Squidfire, StitchPrism, Daniel Ricardo Teran, Threet Ceramics, and Wrong World Ceramics

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William Way Community Center InLiquid Claypoole&Claypoole Neuro Studio Z Deesign
Abacus @ Milkboy Coffee

Ribbons bind and ribbons fade with new ribbons to take their place, 2012, Glass, found fabric, silicone, glitter, parachute cloth, paint, wood, ribbons, 5′ x 7′

Work by Delia King

November 2 – 30

Milkboy Coffee
2 E. Lancaster Avenue, Ardmore, PA

Artist Statement

I create a variety of work for the both the public and private realm. I employ numerous skills to complete the works including painting, light carpentry, glass mosaic, and glass laminate and reverse painting on glass. I have been a glass artist for 15 years and a muralist for 10 years, working mainly for the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program.

The subject matter differs from my public art to my private work. My murals are heavily geometric and architectural. The motifs are chosen from community workshops. The designs are site-specific and community driven. My private work is typically interior wall-hung pieces of reverse glass. These figurative compositions usually look at the female condition through sexual identity, intellectual rights, privacy and power vs. submission. I include men in my paintings, but they are always in the supporting role, the woman is the focus of the story I’m trying to tell.

Milkboy Coffee hours are Monday – Saturday, 7 am – 6 pm (10/11 pm the night of a show), and Sundays, 8 am – 5 pm.

InLiquid @William Way: A Midtown Village Holiday Sale – call for participants

Call for artists, designers, and crafters – “A Midtown Village Holiday Sale”

College Day 2012

 

 

Submission deadline is Wednesday, November 7Jump to the online form here.
Join InLiquid at the William Way Community Center for a cozy three-day sale. Marketed as a holiday version of InLiquid’s signature Art for the Cash Poor just in time for the gift giving season! Come out and shop for handmade art, design items, and crafts for those special to you or your entire office, and everyone in between. Light refreshments will be available. The event will also have a gift wrapping station and a children’s holiday craft making project to keep the gifts a surprise and the kiddies entertained!

Event Participation Detailsclick here for a printable copy of the details only
InLiquid at William Way: A Midtown Village Holiday
William Way Community Center, Ballroom, 1315 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA
Friday, November 30, 5 – 8 pm; Saturday, December 1 and Sunday, December 2, noon – 5 pm

Participation Fees: $206 per space* for entire weekend.
InLiquid will provide each participant with a 6’ x 7’ (depth x width). Artists may share a booth space for $106 per each artist, each artist must be screened and accepted individually (we will not match artists for shared spaces).
*InLiquid Member Discount: $176 per space, $91 for InLiquid member’s shared space per artist.

Event details:
A Midtown Village Holiday will take place Friday, November 30, from 5 to 8 pm; Saturday, December 1 and Sunday December 2, from noon – 5 pm. The Balloom, 1315 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA (second floor). Load in and set up must be completed 4:30 pm Friday November 30, participants are required to be there all 3 days and be set up for the entire duration of the event. Breakdown may only commence immediately after closing of the event on Sunday December 2nd.
• Set up begins at 3:00 pm and must be completed by 4:30 pm on Friday, November 30. Doors will re-open for the artists on Saturday and Sunday at 11 am for any fine tuning and adjustments before the public arrives.
• Load out may not start until Sunday, December 2 at 5 pm. All participants must be out of the space by 6:30 pm.

Participants are responsible for:
Their entire event set-up, tables, chairs, tablecloths, etc. ** (no tables larger than 6’ allowed)
– Pre-event set-up and post-event clean-up of your individual space
– Participants are required to make sure that all displays and other materials are set up in such a manner so as not to
disturb the aisles or exhibits in adjacent booths, either physically or visually.
– Providing your own change
– Providing any bags or material to wrap your work
– Participants are required to make sure that their booth is properly manned at all times during the course of the event.
– Payment must be submitted by Wednesday, November 7.

Sales: The artist retains all money made from the sale of his/her work. Items must be priced at $200 or below. Artists are responsible for staffing their individual tables and also responsible for any/all damage to or loss of work. InLiquid and William Way Community Center take no responsibility for artists’ goods before, during, or after the event, or for packing materials.

Reservations and Payment: Reservations must be submitted for screening by Wednesday, November 7. It is important that you reserve by the specified deadline. Space is very limited.

Cancellations: Cancellations made prior to Friday, November 16 are eligible for a 90% refund of their fees. There will be no refunds given for cancellations made after Friday, November 16th.

**NO tables or chairs will be available for rent.


Click here for a pdf version of the submission form or fill out the online form below.

William Way Community Center, Ballroom, 1315 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA Friday, November 30, 5 - 8 pm; Saturday, December 1 and Sunday, December 2, noon - 5 pm

  • Participants are required to submit a “Short Artist Bio” and at least 3 - 5 images of their work to be sold at the event for screening, and promotional use. Please remember submission does not guarantee acceptance. Artists wishing to share a table must each be screened for participation.
  • Please upload no less than 3 digital images of your work for screening purposes. Images should be an accurate representation of the work you will be selling. These images will be used in your vendor profile for marketing purposes.
  • Reservations must be submitted for screening by Wednesday, November 7. It is important that you reserve by the specified deadline. Space is very limited. Payments will be processed on November 9. If you are paying with credit card a link for online payment will be sent to you. You are responsible for submitting your payment info no later than Friday, November 9. Failure to do so could result in your spot being given away.

    Or you may pay by check made payable to "InLiquid." Checks may be mailed to:
    InLiquid
    c/o Holiday Sale
    1400 N. American Street, #314
    Philadelphia, PA 19122
 

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Porcelain @ Crane Hall

From The Tea Party Series, 2012, oil on canvas, 2′ x 2′

Work by Emily Steinberg

 

 

Porcelain

 

September 12 – October 27, 2012

Second Thursday Receptions: September 13 and October 11, 6 – 9 pm

 

The Hall at Crane Arts
1400 N. American Street, 1st floor
Philadelphia, PA

 

Originating in an appreciation of the flow and alchemy of colors in glazing techniques, these works are vehicles for the material aspects of painting. Here, ‘collectible’ objects are preserved at moments in time – both in terms of the value and interpretation of the object to its owner or potential collector – and to the fleeting sense of time that is apparent to the painter who considers daylight. To the artist in process and to the viewer, the contact between paint, brush and surface are also made more tangible because of the large size of the paintings. This change of scale transforms these delicate objects in the simplest sense, by removing them from the framework of utilitarian or collectible and presenting them in bold form.

Theoretically the paintings draw from an interest in history, biography and personal narrative and are rooted in Western traditions in portrait painting, particularly Michelangelo. They speak to topics of power in domesticity, gender and intimacy. Aesthetically, they seem to refer to the mysteries of the likes of Hogarth and Rembrandt, among several other plastic, chromatic and historical influences. – Emily Steinberg

 

Emily Steinberg, a painter and graphic novelist, earned her MFA and BFA from the University of Pennsylvania. She has shown at 55 Mercer Gallery and The Westbeth Gallery in New York, and has exhibited at several Philadelphia area galleries – including The Mangel Gallery, The Borowsky Gallery, The Woodmere Museum of Art and the Michener Museum of Art in Doylestown, PA. Most recently, she exhibited in the solo series at the Abington Art Center. Her graphic novel memoir, Graphic Therapy, can be read online at Smith Magazine. Her short comic, Blogging Towards Oblivion, was included in The Moment(Harper/Collins 2012). She currently teaches studio art at Penn State Abington.

The public hours for the Crane Arts Building are noon – 6 pm, Wednesday – Sunday, and until 9 pm on the Second Thursday of each month.

Atmospheric @ Main Line Art Center

Delainey Barclay, Humidity, 2010. Dianne Koppisch Hricko, Into the Woods (detail), 2012, ©John Carlano. Maureen Ciaccio, We are a river (detail), 2007.

Main Line Art Center, in collaboration with InLiquid, is pleased to present

Atmospheric

An exhibition of installation works by

Delainey Barclay

Maureen Ciaccio

Dianne Koppisch-Hricko

Curated by

Amie Potsic, Executive Director of Main Line Art Center

October 19 – November 15, 2012

Opening Reception: Friday, October 19, 6 – 9 pm
Artist Talk (Members Only): Thursday, November 1, 7 – 9 pm
Closing reception: Thursday, November 15, 6 – 8 pm

Main Line Art Center
746 Panmure Road
Haverford, PA

Atmospheric is an exhibition of installation works by InLiquid Artists Delainey Barclay, Maureen Ciaccio, and Dianne Koppisch-Hricko. Transforming the Art Center’s galleries into experiential environments, the installations are uniquely inspired by atmospheric phenomena, nature, and humanity.

Main Line Art Center is open to the public Monday – Thursday, 10 am – 8 pm, and Friday – Sunday, 10 am – 4 pm.

Behind the Eye @ Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre

Gas & Electric Arts
Presents

BEHIND THE EYE
A Play by Carson Kreitzer

 

 

 

When: October 24 – November 19

Where: Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre,
2111 Sansom Street

For Tickets: www.GasAndElectricArts.org, 215.407.0556

Lee Miller lived a life most only dream of, globetrotting through New York, Paris, Egypt, London and the front lines of World War II. Forever a free spirit who followed her own ambitions and insatiable curiosity, Millerleft behind a top modeling career at Vogue, and became the muse to some of the 20th century’s most significant artists: befriended by Picasso, idolized by Cocteau, and the single most important lover and inspiration to Man Ray. Her body—or parts of it—would become iconic of surrealism, but the story behind her enigmatic gaze and her photography is largely unknown.

Gas & Electric Arts brings Miller’s mythic story into focus with the Philadelphia premiere of Behind the Eye. With distinct, highly expressive, physical staging propelled by a stirring original score, Gas & Electric Arts will transport audiences into the subconscious mind of this daring, magnetic woman, tracing the path of a whirlwind life to discover the only thing she could not be: still.

Benefit v.13 – Ad Submissions

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Please support InLiquid’s Annual Benefit taking place Friday, February 15, 2013 at the Crane Arts Building, 1400 N. American Street, Philadelphia. Please have all your materials submitted no later than January 14, 2013.

Ad sizes are available in three sizes
      •Quarter Page Ad (2.5625” x 4.0625” vertical) for $150
      •Half Page Ad (5.25” x 4.0625” horizontal) for $225
      •Full Page Ad (5.25” x 8.25” vertical) for $300

Digital guidelines for submitting ads:
*Please double check that your ad is the correct size.
*Ads should be submitted as follows
      -if using Illustrator, change all fonts to outline and save as .eps
      -if using InDesign or Quark, export as .pdf
      -if using Photoshop, flatten file and save as .tif

*Ads in all formats must be grayscale and at least 300 dpi
*If including bitmap images, they must be at least 800 dpi
*Ads will be accepted via upload, email or on CD.

Materials can be sent to jodi@inliquid.org, or mailed to:
InLiquid Benefit
1400 N. American Street #314
Philadelphia, PA 19122

For further information and/or alternate submittal options call Jodi Cachia. ph. 215.235.3405

Click here for a pdf version of the submission form or fill out the online form below.

InLiquid’s Annual Silent Auction and Party, in memory of Abigail Rebecca Cohen Friday, February 15, 2012

  • Please support InLiquid’s Annual Benefit taking place Friday, February 15, 2013 at the Crane Arts Building, 1400 N. American Street, Philadelphia. Please have all your materials submitted no later than January 14, 2013. Click here to download a pdf version of the ad submital form.

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  • Contact info

  • Ad Sizes and upload

  • _______ Quarter Page Ad (2.5625” x 4.0625” vertical) for $150
    _______ Half Page Ad (5.25” x 4.0625” horizontal) for $225
    _______ Full Page Ad (5.25” x 8.25” vertical) for $300
    Click here for a sample image of the ad specs.

    See above for the Digital guidelines for submitting ads
  • If you are paying with credit card a link for online payment will be sent to you. Or you may pay by check made payable to "InLiquid." Checks may be mailed to:
    InLiquid Benefit
    c/o InLiquid
    1400 N. American Street, #314
    Philadelphia, PA 19122

 

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Benefit v.13 – Restaurant Submissions

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Greetings!

Once again, InLiquid will be hosting our Annual Silent Auction & Benefit, v.13! This highly anticipated event will take place on February 15, 2013, and will feature fabulous art, gift certificates, design items, and jewelry from artists and local businesses alike. We invite you to be a part of our celebration and exhibition by supporting the community and the arts through a donation to this event. This is a great opportunity to boost your business in the slower season post holidays!!

This annual benefit is a major source of funds for InLiquid, a 501(c)(3) non-profit that supports and promotes visual artists while serving as a comprehensive hub of arts information. Our annual benefit continues to grow in popularity and attracts a diverse crowd of collectors, art lovers, artists, and professionals.

This event’s success relies greatly on support from the Greater Philadelphia regional community. We would be honored if you could help make our event successful by providing a tax-deductible contribution of food for the party and/or a gift certificate for the silent auction. I especially hope that you will consider being one of the select restaurants to offer samples of your cuisine to guests from a dedicated table at the party. This is a more visible means of contributing, not to mention a great promotional tool. Our benefit events, attended by over 1,000 people, will span a two days from February 14 to 15, 2013.

As a donor to InLiquid’s Benefit, your information will be included in the auction program and the online auction mini-site at InLiquid.org. Because the benefit program will be widely distributed for promotional purposes prior to and after the event, the visibility of your donation will extend beyond auction attendees.

We look forward to receiving your donation to InLiquid’s Benefit. To donate please fill out the online form below, or click here for the pdf version which may be e-mailed to us or mailed to us at 1400 N. American Street, #314, Phila, PA 19122. We must hear back from you by January 18th in order to include you appropriately in the press releases, printed program, and on the web. If you have any questions, please contact us by e-mail at benefit@inliquid.org or by phone at 215-235-3405.

Thank you for your time. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Click here for a pdf version of the submission form or fill out the online form below.

InLiquid’s Annual Silent Auction and Party, in memory of Abigail Rebecca Cohen Friday, February 15, 2012

  • Please submit donation form to InLiquid by January 11, 2013. Your business will be included in the press release, web feature, and printed event program. Click here to download a pdf version of the donation request letter on letterhead.

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  • Contact info

  • Donation information

  • Images/Logos

  • If you have an image of your restaurant please provide it digitally or let us know of a web link for the item. We would like to display images of our food donors on our auction mini site.

    Please rename your image file to include your restaurant's name, e.g. studio_z.jpg or studio_z_logo.jpg.
  • InLiquid Benefit
    c/ InLiquid
    1400 N. American Street, #314
    Philadelphia, PA 19122

    Please feel free to include any promotional materials or handouts that can be put out at the event.
 

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Covenant @The Bride

Delivered, 2009, oil paint on ABS plastic, 28″ x 51″

Work by Amanda Granum

September 7 – October 16

 

Painted Bride Art Center Cafe Gallery
230 Vine Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
First Friday receptions: September 7 and October 5, 5 – 7 pm

 

I am intrigued by the very specific details of stories in the Old Testament of the Bible and the literal and descriptive quality of its narratives. My work focuses on the innate human activities of pattern making and creation that help navigate the relationship between the inherited narrative and reality of our experience. The interplay of violence, lust, betrayal and revenge in the story of Samson creates space for both direct straightforward human emotion as well as the complex motivations that drive all actions.

I am particularly interested in the female characters and how their actions represent the full range of femininity, pointing to their identity through the use of pattern and gesture. I represent them all with a similar figure that plays out all of the roles of the women in the story. None of the range of the feminine characteristics is mutually exclusive and I imagine that all of them are manifested in some way in all of the women.

In the same manner that traditional altar paintings removed the environment from the figure, often including only a view out a window of a distant vista, I have taken the figure out of the environment to emphasize their disjuncture. I remove the figures from the traditional rectangular picture frame and place them in a timeless space-less environment, replacing the traditional gold-leafed otherworld of altar paintings with the ambiguous space of a white wall.

Gallery Hours at the Painted Bride Art Center are Tuesday through Saturday, 12pm to 6pm.

Seasons of Change @ Urban

Spilled Milk, 2010, glass and paint

Work by Randall Cleaver, Delia King, Nicholas Kripal, C. Pazia Mannella, Jenna Buckingham, Kate Kaman & Joel Erland, Patrick Hay, Jen McCleary, and J. Froehlich. Curated by Jennifer A. Zwilling.

Seasons of Change: Human/Nature

 

September 10 – October 3, 2012

Market day featuring Delia King’s “Pornaments”: September 19

 

Urban Outfitters HQ
Naval Yard, 5000 S. Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA

 

Inspired by The Opera Company of Philadelphia’s production of La Boheme, the exhibition Seasons of Change focuses on the dramatic cycles of both the ecological and the human worlds. In the Nineteenth Century of La Boheme and in our modern world, nature and human nature are prolific sources of inspiration for art making. The artists involved in Seasons of Change are exploring nature, humanity, passion, time, and the spaces where those worlds meet.

The Naval Yard is open to visitors on weekdays from 6am to 6pm.

Closing: PAFA

Monday, September 30 at PAFA: Closing of Dive Deep: Eric Fischl and the Process of Painting. 118 – 128 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Screening: Sorry, Wrong Number (1948)

Sunday, September 30, 2 pm at The Colonial Theatre: Screening of Sorry, Wrong Number (1948), directed by Anatole Livak. 227 Bridge Street, Phoenixville, PA.

Screening: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)

Sunday, September 30, 7 – 10:30 pm at PhilaMOCA: Screening of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004), directed by Michel Gondry. Presented by Cinedelphia.com. 531 N. 12th Street, Philadelphia.

Artist Reception: Blue Stone Fine Arts Gallery

Saturday, September 29, 4 – 7 pm at Blue Stone Fine Arts Gallery: Artist reception for New Works by the Artists of the Center for Creative Works. 301 N. Third Street, Philadelphia.

Opening: PAFA

Sunday, September 29 at PAFA: Building a Masterpiece: Frank Furness’ Factory for Art. Through December 30. 118 – 128 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

E-Textiles 101

Saturday, September 29, noon at NextFab Studio: “E-Textiles 101.” Through September 30. Cost: $190, members $160. 3711 Market Street, Philadelphia.

Corky Lee: Asian Arts Initiative

Friday, September 28, 5:30 pm at Asian Arts Initiative: Talk with Corky Lee for Into the Picture: Images of Asian Pacific America. Through October 5. 1219 Vine Street, Philadelphia.

Screening: Wavelength (1967)

Friday, September 28 at The Galleries at Moore: Screening of Michael Snow’s Wavelength (1967). Through September 29. 20th Street and the Parkway, Philadelphia.

Screenings: An Evening with Jeff Krulik

Friday, September 28, 7:30 pm at PhilaMOCA: “An Evening with Jeff Krulik,” including screenings of his work. Presented by Cinedelphia.com. Cost: $8. 531 N. 12th Street, Philadelphia.

Screening: Jeanne Dielman, 23 quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles (1975)

Thursday, September 27, 7 pm at The Galleries at Moore: Screening of Jeanne Dielman, 23 quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles (1975), directed by Chantel Akerman. 20th Street and the Parkway, Philadelphia.

Opening Reception: Leonard Pearlstein Gallery

Thursday, September 27, 5 – 7 pm at Leonard Pearlstein Gallery: Opening reception for Sum of Parts, featuring work by Henry Bermudez and new drawings by Michelle Marcuse. Through September 28. Nesbitt Hall, 3215 Market Street, Philadelphia.

Screening: Swan Lake

Thursday, September 27, 7 pm at Bryn Mawr Film Institute: Screening of Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake. Cost: $20 general admission, $18 BMFI members, $10 students with ID. 824 W. Lancaster Avenue, Bryn Mawr, PA.

College Day 2012

College Day 2012
Join InLiquid & Campus Philly at College Day 2012!!
Saturday, September 29, 10 am – 4 pm
Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia.

College Day celebrates Philadelphia as a college town, introducing students to everything that makes Philly such a great place for school and things to do.

• ART & CULTURE • MUSIC • ENTERTAINMENT • FOOD •
and the chance to explore what Philadelphia has to offer.

  Tell us you’ll be there!

 

 

Art at Lunch: Eric Fischl and the Process of Painting: PAFA

Wednesday, September 26, noon – 1 pm at PAFA: “Art at Lunch: Eric Fischl and the Process of Painting.” 118 – 128 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Foundation Drawing: James Oliver Gallery

Wednesday, September 26, 5 – 7 pm at James Oliver Gallery: “Foundation Drawing.” Every Wednesday. Cost: $10 per class; Students receive 50% off. 723 Chestnut Street, Fourth Floor, Philadelphia.

FALL ARTS FEST

InLiquid is partnering with the Fall Arts Fest in Woodbury, NJ this September!

 

 

 

Railroad Avenue (between Cooper Street and Barber Avenue)
Woodbury, NJ

Arts Festival including over 300 Artists, Artisans & Craftsman featuring…   the “Etsy Studio”, Performance Arts, ARTS Café & Gourmet Food Vendors, Music Lounge, Wine & Cheese Tasting, Craft Beer Garden, ART Battle, Scarecrow Competition, ‘Art of Spice’ Chili Cook-Off & other Creative Activities

Date: Saturday, September 29th – Rain or Shine
Event Time: 11:00 am to 6:00pm

Want to be a vendor? Register here!

Quiet and Still @ Project Space

Johanna Inman, Untitled, 2009, archival print, 20″ x 20″

A group photography show featuring the work of

Rachel Zimmerman, Johanna Inman, and Eileen Fell
Curated by Delainey Barclay

Quiet and Still

September 7 – September 30
Opening reception: Friday, September 7, 5 – 8:30 pm

Project Space
2003 W. 17th Street
Wilmington, DE

Project Space is open midday most days or by appointment.

Opening Reception: Birke Art Gallery

Monday, September 24 at Birke Art Gallery: Opening reception and gallery talk for Treasure Map: Dirt and Stars, a solo exhibition by Rebecca Gilbert. Through October 12. 1 John Marshall Drive, Huntington, WV.

Understanding Your Digital Camera: Belmar Arts Council

Monday, September 24, 6:30 – 9 pm at Belmar Arts Council: “Understanding Your Digital Camera.” 608 River Road, Belmar, NJ.

Make Your Own Comix: The Gershman Y

Sunday, September 23, 2 – 3:30 pm at The Gershman Y: “Family art workshop with JT Waldman: Make Your Own Comix!” Ages 8 – 12. Cost: $15 per family. 401 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Creating Long-term Projects: Project Basho

Sunday, September 23 at Project Basho: “Creating Long-term Projects.” Continues October 21, November 18, and December 16. 1305 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia.

Talk Cinema: Bryn Mawr Film Institute

Sunday, September 23, 10 am at Bryn Mawr Film Institue: Talk Cinema film series, curated by Harlan Jacobsen. 824 W. Lancaster Avenue, Bryn Mawr, PA.

Screening: Out of the Past (1947)

Sunday, September 23, 2 pm at The Colonial Theatre: Screening of Out of the Past (1947), directed by Jacques Tourneur. 227 Bridge Street, Phoenixville, PA.

Lightroom Intensive Workshop

Saturday, September 22, 9 – 4 pm at Belmar Arts Council: “Lightroom Intensive Workshop.” Through October 28. 608 River Road, Belmar, NJ.

Opening: ArtWorks

Friday, September 21, 5 – 8 pm at ArtWorks: Visions & Vignettes, featuring work by Rebecca Gilbert and curated by Amie Potsic and Sean Stoops. Through October 13. 19 Everett Aly, Trenton, NY.

Artist Reception: Asian Arts Initiative

Friday, September 21, 6 pm at Asian Arts Initiative: Artist reception for Into the Picture: Images of Asian Pacific America. Through October 5. 1219 Vine Street, Philadelphia.

Artist Reception: David Rocco Gallery

Friday, September 21, 5 – 8 pm at David Rocco Gallery: Artist reception for Work by M. Pia De Girolamo. Through October 5. 1001 Locust Street, Philadelphia.

network: Designing Green: The Galleries at Moore

Friday, September 21, 6 – 8 pm at The Galleries at Moore: network: Designing Green, with Drew Becher, President of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, Mary Seton Corboy, co-founder of Greensgrow Farms and the Greensgrow Philadelphia Project, Bryan Hanes, founding principal of Studio Bryan Hanes, and Susan Weiler, Landscape Architect and Partner at OLIN. Race Street between 20th and the Parkway, Philadelphia.

Screening: RoboCop (1987)

Friday, September 21, 9:45 pm at The Colonial Theatre: Screening of RoboCop (1987), directed by Paul Verhoeven. 227 Bridge Street, Phoenixville, PA.

Screening: Chickenhawk – Men who Love Boys (1994)

Friday, September 21, 7:30 pm at PhilaMOCA: Screening of Chickenhawk – Men who Love Boys (1994), with director Adi Sideman in attendance. Presented by Cinedelphia.com and Film Threat. Cost: $7. 531 N. 12th Street, Philadelphia.

Sneak Preview Screening: Half the Sky

Thursday, September 20, 6:30 – 9 pm at WHYY Hamilton Public Media Commons: Sneak preview screening of Half the Sky. Independence Mall West, 150 N. Sixth Street, Philadelphia.

Foundations of Digital Photography II

Thursday, September 20 at Project Basho: “Foundations of Digital Photography II” begins. Through October 18. 1305 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia.

Opening Celebration: Open Air

Thursday, September 20, 7:30 – 11 pm at The Parkway: Opening celebration for Open Air. Through October 14. The artist will be participating in a Meet the Artist Reception, 6 – 7:30 pm, at The Clubhouse at Park Towne Place Apartments (2200 Benjamin Franklin Parkway) Cost for reception: Patrons $250; Young Friends $100. Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia.

Opening: Philadelphia Art Alliance

Thursday, September 20, 6:30 – 8 pm at Philadelphia Art Alliance: Opening of Legends: Studio Jewelry by Emily Cobb, through December 10, and Philadelphia Qualities of Life, through November 25. 251 S. 18th Street, Philadelphia.

Screening: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Thursday, September 20, 7 pm at Bryn Mawr Film Institute: Screening of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, directed by Marianne Elliott. Cost: $20 general admission, $18 BMFI members, $10 students with ID. 824 W. Lancaster Avenue, Bryn Mawr, PA.

Opening Night: ICA

Wednesday, September 19, 5 – 10 pm at ICA: Opening night of Jeremy Deller: Joy in People. Through December 30. 118 S. 36th Street, Philadelphia.

Opening Reception: International House Video Lounge

Wednesday, September 19 at International House Video Lounge: Opening reception for Faces of a New China, work by Amanda Stevenson Lupke. Through November 23. 3701 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Opening Reception: La Salle University Art Museum

Wednesday, September 19, 5 – 7 pm at La Salle University Art Museum: Opening reception for Howard Tran: Drawings and Sculpture. Through November 29. 1900 W. Olney Avenue, Philadelphia.

Dr. Sketchy’s Philly: Tattooed Muses

Wednesday, September 19, 7 pm at PhilaMOCA: Dr. Sketchy’s Philly presents “Tattooed Muses.” 531 N. 12th Street, Philadelphia.

Screening: Marina Abramovic: The Artist is Present

Wednesday, September 19, 7:30 pm at International House: Screening of Marina Abramovic: The Artist is Present (2012), directed by Matthew Akers. 3701 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Mixed Media Class: Perkins Center for the Arts

Wednesday, September 19, 9:30 am – noon at Perkins Center for the Arts: “Mixed Media Class” with Dolores Poacelli. 395 Kings Highway, Moorestown, NJ.

Philadelphia Premiere Screening: The Rise and Fall of The Clash

Tuesday, September 18, 7 pm at Trocadero Theatre: Philadelphia premiere screening of The Rise and Fall of The Clash, plus performances by The High Five. Cost: $10. 1003 Arch Street, Philadelphia.

11th Annual WheatonArts Golf Classic

Tuesday, September 18 at Running Deer Golf Club: 11th Annual WheatonArts Golf Classic. 1111 Parvin Mill Rd, Pittsgrove Township, NJ.

Screening: Awakening

Tuesday, September 18, 7:30 pm at Bryn Mawr Film Institute: Screening of Awakenings (1990), directed by Penny Marshall. 824 W. Lancaster Avenue, Bryn Mawr, PA.

Screening: The Killers (1946)

Sunday, September 16, 2 pm at The Colonial Theatre: Screening of The Killers (1946), directed by Stan Winston. 227 Bridge Street, Phoenixville, PA.

Screening; Spruance Theater

Sunday, September 16, 7 pm – 8:30 pm at Spruance Theater: Screening of Dostoevsky Man. Part of Philly Fringe. Arcadia University, 450 South Easton Road, Glenside, PA.

Unite: Belmar Arts Council

Saturday, September 15, 1 – 5 pm at Belmar Arts Council: “Unite” Collaborative Discussion Salon. 608 River Road, Belmar, NJ.

Outdoor Craft Store: Downtown Swarthmore

Saturday, September 15, 9:30 am – 4 pm at Downtown Swarthmore: Outdoor Craft Store. Park Avenue and Dartmouth Avenue, Swarthmore, PA.

Lehigh Avenue Arts Festival

Saturday, September 15, noon – 8 pm at Lehigh Avenue: Lehigh Avenue Arts Festival. 2400 – 2550 E. Lehigh Avenue, Philadelphia.

Screening: Giselle

Saturday, September 15, 1 pm at Bryn Mawr Film Institute: Screening of Giselle, performed by the Mariinsky/Kirov Ballet at the Mariinsky Theater in St. Petersburg. 824 W. Lancaster Avenue, Bryn Mawr, PA.

Screening: Elena and Her Men

Saturday, September 15, 7 pm at International House: Screening of Elena and Her Men (1956), directed by Jean Renoir. Cost: $7 students and seniors, $9 general admission. 3701 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Screening: Truth of the Lakota on Pine Ridge Reservation

Saturday, September 15, 7 pm at The Rotunda: Screening of Truth of the Lakota on Pine Ridge Reservation, with live music by Chief David Hughes and Members of the Eagle Medicine Band of Cherokee Indians. 4014 Walnut Street, Philadelphia.

Poetry Workshop: Manayunk-Roxborough Art Center

Saturday, September 15, 1:30 – 4 pm at Manayunk-Roxborough Art Center: “Poetry Workshop,” with David P. Kozinski. Continues on September 22 and 29. Cost: non-members $50; members $40. 419 Green Lane, Philadelphia.

Opening: James Oliver Gallery

Saturday, September 15 at James Oliver Gallery: Opening of rogue:exposure. Through October 20. 723 Chestnut Street, Fourth Floor, Philadelphia.

Artist Reception: LGTripp Gallery

Saturday, September 15, 5 – 7 pm at LGTripp Gallery: Artist reception for Paul Fabozzi: Site Translations. Through October 20. 47 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Opening: PAFA

Saturday, September 15 at PAFA: My Maine, Susan Van Campen. Through December 2. 118 – 128 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Artist Reception: PPAC

Saturday, September 15, 6 – 7 pm at PPAC: Artist reception and talk for Valerio Spada: Gomorrah Girl. Through November 24. 1400 N. American Street, Philadelphia.

Reception: Silver Eye Center for Photography

Friday, September 14, 6:30 – 9 pm at Silver Eye Center for Photography: Artist talk and reception for no jo no home no peace no rest. Through December 15. 1015 E. Carson Street, Pittsburgh, PA.

Opening Reception: Twenty-Two Gallery

Friday, September 14, 6 – 9 pm at Twenty-Two Gallery: Opening reception for Forsaken Waters. Through October 7. 236 S. 22nd Street, Philadelphia.

Communities and Cultures of the Balkans: Wheaton Arts

Friday, September 14, 10 am – 2 pm at Wheaton Arts: “Communities and Cultures of the Balkans” Conference. Preregistration required. 1501 Glasstown Road, Millville, NJ.

Screening: Dancing in Peckham (1963)

Friday, September 14 at The Galleries at Moore: Screening of Gillian Wearing’s Dancing in Peckham (1963). Through September 25. 20th Street and the Parkway, Philadelphia.

Screening: The Thief of Mirrors and Looking for Love in the Hall of Mirrors

Friday, September 14, 7 pm at International House: Screening of The Thief of Mirrors and Looking for Love in the Hall of Mirrors, presented by Daniel Barrow. Part of Philly Fringe. 3701 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Screening: H.P. Lovecraft Double Feature

Friday, September 14, 7:30 pm at The Rotunda: Screening of H.P. Lovecraft double feature, The Whisperer in Darkness (2011), directed by Sean Branney, and The Call of Cthulhu (2005), directed by Andrew Leman. 4014 Walnut Street, Philadelphia.

Screening: Dostoevsky Man

Friday, September 14, 7 – 8:30 pm at The University of the Arts: Screening of Dostoevsky Man. Part of Philly Fringe. Connelly Auditorium at The University of the Arts, Terra Building, 8th Floor, 211 South Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Artists’ Reception: 3rd Street Gallery

Friday, September 14, 5 – 8 pm at 3rd Street Gallery: Artists’ reception for September 2012 Exhibition: Demetra Tassiou-Panidis and John James Pron. Through September 30. 58 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Opening Reception: Fleisher Art Memorial

Friday, September 14, 6 – 9 pm at Fleisher Art Memorial: Opening reception for Wind Challenge, featuring work by InLiquid member Erin Murray. Through October 21. 719 Catharine Street, Philadelphia.

Opening Reception: PAFA Alumni Sales Gallery

Friday, September 14, 5:30 – 7:30 pm at PAFA Alumni Sales Gallery: Opening reception for My Maine, Susan Van Campen. Through December 3. 118 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Opening Reception: Seraphin Gallery

Friday, September 14, 6 – 8 pm at Seraphin Gallery: Opening reception for Hiro Sakaguchi: Two Zero One Two. Through October 21. 1108 Pine Street, Philadelphia.

Opening Reception: PPAC

Second Thursday, September 13, 6 – 9 pm at PPAC: Opening reception for Valerio Spada: Gomorrah Girl. Through November 24. 1400 N. American Street, Suite 103, Philadelphia.

Opening Reception: The Print Center

Second Thursday, September 13, 5:30 – 7:30 pm at The Print Center: Opening reception for Color Motion: Edna Andrade Prints and Katie Baldwin: There Are Two Stories Here. Through November 17. 1614 Latimer Street, Philadelphia.

Reception: UD@Crane

Second Thursday, September 13, 6 – 9 pm at UD@Crane: Reception for Landscape, featuring work by InLiquid member Erin Murray. Through October 11. 1400 N. American Street, Philadelphia.

Screening: Meek’s Cutoff

Wednesday, September 13, 7 pm at The Galleries at Moore: Screening of Meek’s Cutoff (2010), directed by Kelly Reichardt. 20th Street and the Parkway, Philadelphia.

Screening: Dementia (1955) and Freud (1962)

Wednesday, September 13, 8 pm at The Rotunda: Screening of Dementia (1955) and Freud (1962), presented by Andrew’s Video Vault. 4014 Walnut Street, Philadelphia.

Screening: Gamers

Thursday, September 13, 7 – 8:30 pm at World Cafe Live: Screening of Gamers by Christina Farina. Part of Philadelphia Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe. 3025 Walnut Street, Philadelphia.

Reception: CFEVA

Second Thursday, September 13, 5 – 7 pm at CFEVA: Artist talks and reception for The Universal Pattern Underlying Everything. Through October 19. 237 S. 18th Street, The Barclay, Third Floor, Philadelphia.

Reception: Crane Hall

Second Thursday, September 13, 6 – 9 pm at Crane Hall: Reception for Porcelain, work by Emily Steinberg. Through October 27. 1400 N. American Street, Philadelphia.

Opening Reception: The Gershman Y

Second Thursday, September 13, 5 – 7 pm at The Gershman Y: Opening reception for Pekar’s Israel: Illustrations by JT Waldman and Roy Lichtenstein in His Studio: Photographs by Laurie Lambrecht. Through November 18. 401 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Reception: The Icebox and Grey Area

Second Thursday, September 13, 6 – 9 pm at The Icebox and Grey Area: Reception for Compression: Digital Work from Queensland College of Art, Australia. 1400 N. American Street, Philadelphia.

The Philadelphia Collection 2012

Second Thursday, September 13 at Philadelphia: The Philadelphia Collection 2012 begins. Through September 20.

A Conversation with Will Steacy: Spaces Corners

Wednesday, September 12, 7 pm at Spaces Corners: “A Conversation with Will Steacy.” 3803 Butler Street, 2nd floor, Lawrenceville, Pittsburgh, PA.

Pizza and a Movie Night: Nomad Pizza

Wednesday, September 12, 6 pm at Nomad Pizza: Fall Kickoff: Pizza and a Movie Night, presented by the Raven Society. 611 S. Seventh Street, Philadelphia.

Feastival: Pier 9

Wednesday, September 12, 6 – 9 pm at Pier 9: Feastival, benefits the Philadelphia Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe. Cost: $250, VIP $350. 121 N. Columbus Boulevard, Philadelphia.

Screening: Mystery Movie

Wednesday, September 12, 7:30 pm at The Bellevue: Screening of MYSTERY MOVIE!, part of the Uknown Japan IV series presented by Cinedelphia and Japan America Society of Greater Philadelphia. Broad and Walnut Streets, Philadelphia.

Screening: In the Family (2011)

Wednesday, September 12, 7 pm at Bryn Mawr Film Institute: Screening of In the Family (2011), directed by Patrick Wang. 824 W. Lancaster Avenue, Bryn Mawr, PA.

Sing-along Screening: Rent

Tuesday, September 11, 7:30 pm at Bryn Mawr Film Institute: Sing-along screening of Rent (2005), directed by Chris Columbus. 824 W. Lancaster Avenue, Bryn Mawr, PA.

Notes on the Emptying of a City: Broad Street Ministry

Tuesday, September 11, 7 – 9 pm at Broad Street Ministry: Notes on the Emptying of a City by Ashley Hunt. Part of Philadelphia Live Arts Festival & Philly Fringe. 315 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Screening: Promised Land

Tuesday, September 11, 7 pm at Asian Arts Initiative: Screening of Promised Land, directed by Yoruba Richen. 1219 Vine Street, Philadelphia.

Fall Art Classes: ErinMcGeeFerrell Studio

Monday, September 10 at ErinMcGeeFerrell Studio: Erin McGee Ferrell‘s Fall Art Classes begin. Through October 22. For more information, contact Erin. 424 E. Third Street, Moorestown, NJ.

Reception: Da Vinci Art Alliance

Sunday, September 9, 2 – 5 pm at Da Vinci Art Alliance: Reception for Reborn/Reconfigured. Through September 30. 704 Catharine Street, Philadelphia.

Closing: PhilaMOCA

Sunday, September 9, 11 am – 6 pm at PhilaMOCA: America through a Chinese Lens closes. Cost: $7, Seniors and Students $4, Children under 12 in groups less than 8 FREE, MOCA Members FREE. 531 N. 12th Street, Philadelphia.

Artist Reception: Rodger LaPelle Galleries

Sunday, September 9, 1 – 6 pm at Rodger LaPelle Galleries: Artist reception for Fred Danziger: Time and Place. Through September 30. 122 N. Third Street, Philadelphia.

Opening Reception: Rosenfeld Gallery

Sunday, September 9, noon – 5 pm at Rosenfeld Gallery: Opening reception for Tremain Smith and Paul Behnke: Like Giants. Through September 30. 113 Arch Street, Philadelphia.

Monarch Magic: Friends of High School Park

Sunday, September 9 at Friends of High School Park: “Monarch Magic.” 7910 Montgomery Avenue, Elkins Park, PA.

Millville Arts, Music & Antiques Festival

Sunday, September 9, 10 am – 4 pm at Millville: Millville Arts, Music & Antiques Festival. Main to Broad Streets, Millville, NJ.

Screening: Film Fringe Tour 2012

Sunday, September 9, 5 – 10 pm at The Adrienne Theatre: Screening of Collection of Shorts, Return to El Salvador, and The Prep School Negro, presented by Film Fringe Tour 2012. 2030 Sansom Street, Philadelphia.

Screening: The Colonial Theatre

Sunday, September 9, 2 pm at The Colonial Theatre: Screening of The Lost Weekend (1945), directed by Billy Wilder. 227 Bridge Street, Phoenixville, PA.

Reception: Artists’ House

Sunday, September 9, 1 – 4 pm at Artists’ House: Reception for Invitational Still Life Exhibition, a group show. Through September 30. 57 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Opening Reception: Imperfect Gallery

Saturday, September 8, 6 – 9 pm at Imperfect Gallery: Opening reception for Old Friends, New Friends: A Full Circle, featuring work by InLiquid members Henry Bermudez, Kim Alsbrooks, Michelle Marcuse, and Nancy Agati. Through September 29. 5601 Greene Street, Philadelphia.

Reception: Manayunk-Roxborough Art Center

Saturday, September 8, 6 – 9 pm at Manayunk-Roxborough Art Center: Reception for Awake and Dreaming. Through September 30. 419 Green Lane, Philadelphia.

Le Grand Continental: Philadelphia Museum of Art

Saturday, September 8, 4 – 4:30 pm at Philadelphia Museum of Art: Le Grand Continental. Part of Philadelphia Live Arts & Philly Fringe. Through September 9. 26th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia.

Opening Reception: Pterodactyl Philadelphia

Saturday, September 8, 7 pm at Pterodactyl Philadelphia: Opening reception for It’s Your Funeral. Through October 13. 3237 Amber Street, Fifth Floor, Philadelphia.

Opening Reception: Red Filter Gallery

Saturday, September 8, 3 – 5 pm at Red Filter Gallery: Opening reception for Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow. Through November 4. 74 Bridge Street, Lambertville, NJ.

Fall Open House: University City Arts League

Saturday, September 8, 1 – 3 pm at University City Arts League: Fall Open House. 4226 Spruce Street, Philadelphia.

Dance on the Falls Bridge

Saturday, September 8, 8 pm – 12 am at Falls Bridge: Dance on the Falls Bridge. Cost: $40. 4300 Kelly Drive, East Falls, Philadelphia.

Screening: The Prep School Negro

Saturday, September 8, 5 – 10 pm at The Adrienne Theatre: Screening of The Prep School Negro, Viette, and Runaway, presented by Film Fringe Tour 2012. 2030 Sansom Street, Philadelphia.

Screening: The Nine Muses

Saturday, September 8, 7 pm at International House: Screening of The Nine Muses (2010), directed by John Akomfrah. Cost: $7 students and seniors, $9 general admission. 3701 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Lehigh Avenue Arts Festival


Lehigh Avenue Arts Festival
Saturday, September 15, noon – 8 pm
2400 – 2550 E. Lehigh Avenue, Philadelphia

The Lehigh Avenue Arts Festival is Portside Arts Center‘s biggest scholarship fundraising event of the year, raising money towards their scholarship fund for families of limited resources and making it possible for more of the community to participate in Portside’s programs. Every year LAAF gets even bigger and better than the year before, featuring: local talented artist & crafts vendors, popular local food trucks, live music, kids crafts, interactive art projects, raffles of gift cards & items, 50/50s, moon bounce and much, much more! For more information about the event, click here.

First Friday: Napoleon

First Friday, September 7, 6 – 10 pm at Napoleon: The Herd. Through September 23. 319 N. 11th Street, Second Level, Philadelphia.

RED-EYE to HAVRE de GRACE: Suzanne Roberts Theatre

First Friday, September 7, 7 – 8:30 pm at Suzanne Roberts Theatre: RED-EYE to HAVRE de GRACE by Lucidity Suitcase Intercontinental + Wilhelm Bros. & Co. Through September 16. Part of Philadelphia Live Arts & Philly Fringe. 480 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Opening: Bodega

First Friday, September 7, 6 – 9 pm at Bodega: Opening of Floor Routine. Through October 21. 253 N. Third Street, Philadelphia.

Opening: PA Guild of Craftsmen

First Friday, September 7, 4 – 9 pm at PA Guild of Craftsmen: Opening celebration for Home at Last. Through December 1. 335 N. Queen Street, Lancaster, PA.

Opening: Vox Populi

First Friday, September 7, 6 – 11 pm at Vox Populi: Opening of Julianna Foster: Swell, PLM Associates: Parallax View, Tim Portlock: Sublime Light of Fortune, Todd Keyser, Erin Murray, and Jason Urban: Earth and Artifice, Discordia Films: Video Sur III. Through September 30. 319 N. 11th Street, Third Floor, Philadelphia.

Opening: The Book Trader

First Friday, September 7 at The Book Trader: Opening of What Nurtures Us, featuring work by InLiquid member Linda Dubin Garfield and Susan DiPronio. Part of the 2012 Philly Fringe Festival. There will be three free interactive mixed-media workshops on Sunday, September 9, Wednesday, September 12, and Thursday, September 20, from 2 – 4 pm. Through September 22. 7 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Opening Reception: Painted Bride Art Center

First Friday, September 7, 5 – 7:30 pm at Painted Bride Art Center: Opening reception for Papeles. 230 Vine Street, Philadelphia.

Special Reception: Wexler Gallery

First Friday, September 7, 5 – 8 pm at Wexler Gallery: Special reception with Joel Philip Myers for American Masters: A Celebration of 50 Years of Studio Glass. Through September 29. 201 N. Third Street, Philadelphia.

Opening Reception: The Clay Studio

First Friday, September 7, 5 – 9 pm at The Clay Studio: Opening reception for Derek Au, Pots at Rest, and Darien Johnson. Through September 30. 137 – 139 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Reception: Painted Bride Art Center Cafe Gallery

First Friday, September 7, 5 – 7 pm at Painted Bride Art Center Cafe Gallery: Reception for Covenant, work by Amanda Granum. Through October 19. 230 Vine Street, Philadelphia.

First Friday: 3rd Street Gallery

First Friday, September 7, 5 – 9 pm at 3rd Street Gallery: September 2012 Exhibition: Demetra Tassiou-Panidis and John James Pron. Through September 30. 58 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Opening Reception: Whitehead Campus Center

Friday, September 7, 5:30 – 7:30 pm at Whitehead Campus Center: Opening reception for Ying Li: No Middle Way. Through October 12. 370 Lancaster Avenue, Haverford, PA.

First Friday: Drink Philly

First Friday, September 7, 5 – 9 pm at Drink Philly: First Friday Show with Victory Brewing Co. and Barra Restaurant. 239 Chestnut Street, Second Floor, Unit B, Philadelphia.

Reception: Projects Gallery

First Friday, September 7, 6 – 9 pm at Projects Gallery: Reception for Amass. Through September 29. 629 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Artist Reception: 110 Church Gallery

Friday, September 7, 5 – 8 pm at 110 Church Gallery: Artist reception for Stories : Elena Bouvier & Len Cowgill. Through September 14. 110 Church Street, Philadelphia.

First Friday: Herbology: Chemical Heritage Foundation

First Friday, September 7, 5 – 8 pm at Chemical Heritage Foundation: “First Friday: Herbology.” 315 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Opening Reception: Gravy Studio

First Friday, September 7, 6:30 – 10 pm at Gravy Studio: Opening reception for Krista Svalbonas: Penumbra. 2212 Sepviva Street, Philadelphia.

Opening Reception: Project Space

Friday, September 7, 5 – 8:30 pm at Project Space: Opening reception for Quiet and Still, featuring work by Rachel Zimmerman, Johanna Inman, and Eileen Fell. Curated by Delainey Barclay. Through September 30. Click here to read the feature. 2003 W. 17th Street, Wilmington, DE.

5th Birthday Party: Arcadia Boutique

Friday, September 7, 6 – 9 pm at Arcadia Boutique: 5th Birthday Party and opening of Vinyl Pop. 819 N. Second Street and 265 S. 20th Street, Philadelphia.

Tempus Fugit: APS Museum

First Friday, September 7, 6:30 pm at APS Museum: Opening of Tempus Fugit. Additional performances on September 18 and 21. Cost: $12. Across from the APS Museum on Fifth Street, just south of Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Opening Reception: Haverford College

Friday, September 7, 5:30 – 7:30 pm at Haverford College: Opening reception for Ying Li: No Middle Way. Through October 12. Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery, 370 Lancaster Avenue, Haverford, PA.

Opening Reception: Robert Henry Contemporary

Friday, September 7, 6 – 9 pm at Robert Henry Contemporary: Opening reception for Structural Biology. Through October 14. 56 Bogart Street, Brooklyn, NY.

Opening Reception: Arch Enemy Arts

First Friday, September 7 at Arch Enemy Arts: Opening reception for Small Wonders, featuring work by InLiquid member Erin Decker. 109 Arch Street, Philadelphia.

Screening: Pumpkinhead

First Friday, September 7, 9:45 pm at The Colonial Theatre: Screening of Pumpkinhead (1988), directed by Stan Winston. 227 Bridge Street, Phoenixville, PA.

Reception: Highwire Gallery

First Friday, September 7, 5 – 9 pm at Highwire Gallery: Reception for The Artist in the Studio. Through September 29. 2040 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia.

First Friday: Rodger LaPelle Galleries

Friday, September 7, 6 – 10 pm at Rodger LaPelle Galleries: Fred Danziger: Time and Place. Through September 30. 122 N. Third Street, Philadelphia.

First Friday: Artists’ House

First Friday, September 7, 5 – 8:30 pm at Artists’ House: Invitational Still Life Exhibition, a group show. Through September 30. 57 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Screening: We Who Are About to Die

First Friday, September 7, 8 pm at Eastern State Penitentiary: Screening of We Who Are About to Die, presented by Secret Cinema. Cost: $10. 22nd and Fairmount Streets, Philadelphia.

Reception: The Icebox and Grey Area

First Friday, September 7, 6 – 9 pm at The Icebox and Grey Area: Reception for Compression: Digital Work from Queensland College of Art, Australia. 1400 N. American Street, Philadelphia.

Opening: Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery

First Friday, September 7, 5 – 7:30 pm at Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery: Opening of Dave McKenzie: Everythhing’s alright, nothing’s okay! Through September 28. 333 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Open House: Asian Arts Initiative

First Friday, September 7, 6 pm at Asian Arts Initiative: Open House for Into the Picture: Images of Asian Pacific America and The Vibrant Community of Philadelphia Chinatown: A Work in Progress. Through October 5. 1219 Vine Street, Philadelphia.

Screening: Morning After the Deluge

First Friday, September 7 at The Galleries at Moore: Screening of Paul Pfeiffer’s Morning After the Deluge (2003). Through September 11. 20th Street and the Parkway, Philadelphia.

Opening: Independence Seaport Museum

First Friday, September 7 at Independence Seaport Museum: Opening of Disasters on the Delaware: Rescues on the River. 211 S. Christopher Columbus Boulevard, Philadelphia.

Opening Reception: Sharon Arts Center

Friday, September 7, 5 – 7 pm at Sharon Arts Center: Opening reception for Printivale, featuring work by Rebecca Gilbert. Through October 27. 457 Route 123, Sharon, NH.

Baker Artist Awards Opening Party: The Baltimore Museum of Art

Friday, September 7, 6:30 – 9:30 pm at The Baltimore Museum of Art: Baker Artist Awards Opening Party, featuring work by InLiquid member Brent Crothers. Through October 7. 10 Art Museum Drive, Baltimore, MD.

Screening: The Last Angel of History

First Friday, September 7, 7 pm at International House: Screening of The Last Angel of History (1996) and Seven Songs for Malcolm X (1993), directed by John Akomfrah. Cost: $7 students and seniors, $9 general admission. 3701 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Opening: Locks Gallery

First Friday, September 7, 5:30 – 7:30 pm at Locks Gallery: Opening of The Kitchen Sink and Edna Andrade: Works on Paper. Through October 13. 600 Washington Square South, Philadelphia.

Opening Reception: Snyderman-Works Galleries

First Friday, September 7, 5:30 – 9 pm at Snyderman-Works Galleries: Opening reception for Doug Herren and Jury Smith. Through September 29. 303 Cherry Street, Philadelphia.

Opening Reception: Blue Stone Fine Arts Gallery

First Friday, September 7, 5 – 8 pm at Blue Stone Fine Arts Gallery: Opening reception for New Works by the Artists of the Center for Creative Works. Through September 29. 301 N. Third Street, Philadelphia.

Opening: Philadelphia Art Alliance

Thursday, September 6 at Philadelphia Art Alliance: Opening of Legends: Studio Jewelry by Emily Cobb, through December 10, and Philadelphia Qualities of Life, through November 25. 251 S. 18th Street, Philadelphia.

Fall Arts Preview: International House

Thursday, September 6, 7 pm at International House: Fall Arts Preview. RSVP required. 3701 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Screening: Tokkaekko (2002)

Wednesday, September 5, 7:30 pm at The Bellevue: Screening of Tokkaekko (2002), part of the Uknown Japan IV series presented by Cinedelphia and Japan America Society of Greater Philadelphia. Broad and Walnut Streets, Philadelphia.

Zero Cost House: Arts Bank

Wednesday, September 5, 7 – 8:30 pm at Arts Bank: Zero Cost House by Pig Iron Theatre Company. Part of Philadelphia Live Arts & Philly Fringe. Through September 22. University of the Arts, 601 South Broad Street, Philadelphia.

27: Plays and Players Theater

Wednesday, September 5, 8 – 9:30 pm at Plays and Players Theater: 27 by New Paradise Laboratories. Through September 16. Part of Philadelphia Live Arts & Philly Fringe. 1714 Delancey Place, Philadelphia.

Opening Reception: White Box

Wednesday, September 5, 6 – 9 pm at White Box: Opening reception for IN THE BELLY OF THE BEAST: A Selection of Paintings and Works on Paper. Through September 26. 329 Broome Street, NYC.

Staging the Self (Transformations, Invasions and Pushing Boundaries): Arcadia University

Wednesday, September 5, 6:30 pm at Arcadia University: “Staging the Self (Transformations, Invasions and Pushing Boundaries),” a lecture by Martha Wilson. Great Hall, University Commons, 450 S. Easton Road, Glenside, PA.

Screening: Ratatouille

Wednesday, September 5, 4 pm at The Barnes Foundation: Screening of Ratatouille (2007), directed by Brad Bird and Jan Pinkava. Presented by Cinémathèque Internationale of Philadelphia. Cost: Free; Must RSVP. 300 North Latchs Lane, Lower Merion, PA.

Bang by Charlotte Ford: Christ Church Neighborhood House

Tuesday, September 4, 8 – 9:15 pm at Christ Church Neighborhood House: Bang by Charlotte Ford. Through September 12. Part of Philadelphia Live Arts & Philly Fringe. 20 N. American Street, Philadelphia.

Screening: Laura (1944)

Tuesday, September 4, 7 pm at Trocadero Theatre: Screening of Laura (1944), directed by Otto Preminger. Cost: $3. 1003 Arch Street, Philadelphia.

September Silk-Screen Classes: Candy Coated Center

Monday, September 3 at Candy Coated Center: September Silk-Screen Classes begin. Email candy@candycoated.org for more info.

Closing: The Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education

Sunday, September 2 at The Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education: Closing of Out of Bounds, featuring work by InLiquid members Brooke Hine and Darla Jackson. Curated by Amie Potsic and Jenny Laden. 8480 Hagy’s Mill Road, Philadelphia.

Screening: The Candidate (1972)

Sunday, September 2, 2 pm at The Colonial Theatre: Screening of The Candidate (1972), directed by Michael Ritchie. 227 Bridge Street, Phoenixville, PA.

WHYY Connections Festival


Join InLiquid and WHYY for the WHYY Connections Festival
official kickoff event.
Thursday, September 6, 7 – 9 pm
WHYY, 150 N. Sixth Street, Philadelphia

This exciting event will feature stage and musical performances, visual art displays, and food and drink samples inspired by NewsWorks.org’s Creative Connectors.

This event will celebrate the arts and convene many of these “Connectors” – unsung heroes who seem to know everyone and get things done “under the radar.” For more information about the event, click here.

Opening: Edward Hopper House Art Center

Saturday, September 1 at Edward Hopper House Art Center: Opening of Earth, Sea and In Between: Zaria Forman, Gretchen Kane, Leah Oates. Through October 14. 82 N. Broadway, Nyack, NY.

Latin Labor Day: White Box

Saturday, September 1, 5 – 11 pm at White Box: Latin Labor Day: Weekend Art Fest Celebrating Latino Art Workers. 329 Broome Street, NYC.

Screening: Shut Up and Play the Hits: The Final Days of LCD Soundsystem

Saturday, September 8, 11:45 pm at Trocadero Theatre: Screening of Shut Up and Play the Hits: The Final Days of LCD Soundsystem, presented by The Awesome Fest! Cost: $7 at the door. 1003 Arch Street, Philadelphia.

Opening: White Stone Gallery

Saturday, September 1 at White Stone Gallery: Opening of Revealed and Unearthed: ancient and contemporary discoveries. Through September 29. 4219 Main Street, Philadelphia.

Art After 5: Philadelphia Museum of Art

Friday, August 31, 5:45 – 8:15 pm at Philadelphia Museum of Art: Art After 5: Rhenda Fearrington. 26th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia.

The Wizard: Liberty Lands

Thursday, August 30, sundown at Liberty Lands: Screening of The Wizard (1989). Presented by The Awesome Fest! 700 N. Third Street, Philadelphia.

Closing Reception: 3rd Street Gallery

Sunday, August 26, 2 – 5 pm at 3rd Street Gallery: Closing reception for The Light Room‘s 2012 Annual Group Photography Exhibition. 58 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Closing: Allentown Art Museum

Sunday, August 26 at Allentown Art Museum: Closing of Flora and Fauna: Needlework Landscapes. 31 N. Fifth Street, Allentown, PA.

Fat Kid Rules the World: Race Street Pier

Saturday, August 25, nightfall at Race Street Pier: Screening of Fat Kid Rules the World, presented by The Awesome Fest. N. Columbus Boulevard, Philadelphia.

NYC Documentaries: International House

Friday, August 24, 7 pm at International House: Screening of vintage NYC documentaries, presented by Secret Cinema. 3701 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Closing: New Courtland Education Center

Friday, August 24 at New Courtland Education Center: Closing of Art is Ageless, presented by CFEVA. 6950 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia.

Art After 5: Philadelphia Museum of Art

Friday, August 24, 5:45 – 8:15 pm at Philadelphia Museum of Art: Art After 5: Eleanor Dubinsky. 26th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia.

Get Out of Hand: The Clay Studio

Friday, August 24, 6 – 8 pm at The Clay Studio: “Get Out of Hand!” Cost: $35, $30 for members. 137 – 139 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Beetlejuice: Liberty Lands

Thursday, August 23, sundown at Liberty Lands: Screening of Beetlejuice (1988). Presented by The Awesome Fest! 700 N. Third Street, Philadelphia.

Curator’s Talk: Noyes Museum

Thursday, August 23, 6:30 pm at Noyes Museum: Curator’s talk by Margaret McCann. 733 Lily Lake Road, Oceanville, NJ.

Artist Reception: High Point Cafe

Sunday, August 19, 3 – 5 pm at High Point Cafe: Artist reception for Curtis Coyote: Sculptures in Wood. Through September 30. 602 Carpenter Lane, Philadelphia.

12-Laws-07 Finding Form & Surface: The Clay Studio

Sunday, August 19, 10 am – 1 pm at The Clay Studio: “12-Laws-07 Finding Form & Surface: Lidded Jars & Pitchers.” Cost: $50, $45 for members. 137 – 139 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Closing Reception: Light Room Gallery

Saturday, August 18, 2 – 6 pm at Light Room Gallery: Closing reception for Local Alternatives, curated by InLiquid member Sandra C. Davis and featuring work by Laurie Beck-Peterson and Leah MacDonald. Through August 18. 2024 Wallace Street, Philadelphia.

Photographing with a Plastic Lens Camera: Silver Eye Center for Photograpy

Saturday, August 18, 10 am – 4 pm at Silver Eye Center for Photography: “Photographing with a Plastic Lens Camera.” Instructor: Jessica Kalmar, Photography Instructor, Robert Morris University. Cost: $145 for Silver Eye members, $174 for non-members (for those without a plastic lens camera); $115 for Silver Eye members, $138 for non-members (if you have your own plastic lens camera). 1015 E. Carson Street, Pittsburgh, PA.

America’s Parking Lot: Race Street Pier

Saturday, August 18, nightfall at Race Street Pier: Screening of America’s Parking Lot, presented by The Awesome Fest. N. Columbus Boulevard, Philadelphia.

Sudden Fear: The William Way Center

Friday, August 17, 6 – 7:15 pm at The William Way Center: Benefit screening of Sudden Fear (1952) for AIDS Law Project, presented by the Secret Cinema. 1315 Spruce Street, Philadelphia.

Art After 5: Philadelphia Museum of Art

Friday, August 17, 5:45 – 8:15 pm at Philadelphia Museum of Art: Art After 5: Larry McKenna. 26th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia.

Midnight in Paris: Philadelphia Museum of Art

Friday, August 17, 6:30 – 8:30 pm at the Philadelphia Museum of Art: Screening of Midnight in Paris. 26th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia.

Emotional Abstracts: Art Loft PA

Thursday, August 16, 6:30 – 9 pm at Art Loft PA: Emotional Abstracts. RSVP to artloftpa@gmail.com. 1269 Noble Street, Suite 105, Philadelphia.

Book Signing: The Noyes: Hammonton

Thursday, August 16, 6 pm at The Noyes: Hammonton: Third Thursday: “Hot, Hot, Hot…A Latin Evening,” book reading and signing by author, Carmen Sotomayor. 5 Second Street, Hammonton, NJ.

Pittsburghers Triangle and Rhino: Pagaent Soloveev Gallery

Thursday, August 16, 8:30 pm at Pageant Soloveev Gallery: Headlined by Pittsburghers Triangle and Rhino. They will be joined by BerT/Dirt Worshippers/Savage Relatives. Cost: $5 – 10. 607 Bainbridge Street, Philadelphia.

Predator: Liberty Lands

Thursday, August 16, sundown at Liberty Lands: Screening of Predator (1987). Presented by The Awesome Fest! 700 N. Third Street, Philadelphia.

Tiger Hatchery: Pageant Soloveev Gallery

Tuesday, August 14, 8:30 pm at Pageant Soloveev Gallery: Tiger Hatchery, Chicago based trio performs with other groups. Cost: $5 – 10. 607 Bainbridge Street, Philadelphia.

Behing the Flying Saucers: Allentown Art Museum

Sunday, August 12, 2 pm at Allentown Art Museum: “Behind the Flying Saucers: A Revealing Look into the Art of Earle K. Bergey,” with Joshua David Bergey. Cost: $5 members, $15 nonmembers. 31 N. Fifth Street, Allentown, PA.

8-Week Production Workshop: Scribe Video Center

Saturday, August 11 at Scribe Video Center: “8-Week Production Workshop,” with Instructor Aleks Martray. 4212 Chestnut Street, Third Floor, Philadelphia.

Cyanotypes and Sun-Exposure Prints: Silver Eye Center for Photography

Saturday, August 11, 10 am – 4 pm at the Silver Eye Center for Photography: “Cyanotypes and Sun-Exposure Prints.” Instructor: Jeffrey Krsul, Photographer. Cost: $90 for Silver Eye members, $108 for non-members. 1015 E. Carson Street, Pittsburgh, PA.

Richard’s Wedding: Race Street Pier

Saturday, August 11, nightfall at Race Street Pier: Screening of Richard’s Wedding, presented by The Awesome Fest. N. Columbus Boulevard, Philadelphia.

Benefit v.13 – Business Submissions

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Greetings!

Once again, InLiquid will be hosting our Annual Silent Auction & Benefit, v.13! This highly anticipated event will take place on February 15, 2013, and will feature fabulous art, gift certificates, design items, and jewelry from artists and local businesses alike. We invite you to be a part of our celebration and exhibition by supporting the community and the arts through a donation to this event. This is a great opportunity to boost your business in the slower season post holidays!!

This annual benefit is a major source of funds for InLiquid, a 501(c)(3) non-profit that supports and promotes visual artists while serving as a comprehensive hub of arts information. Our annual benefit continues to grow in popularity and attracts a diverse crowd of collectors, art lovers, artists, and professionals.

This event’s success relies greatly on support from the Greater Philadelphia regional community. We would be honored if you could support our event by providing a tax-deductible contribution of a gift certificate or item for the silent auction. Our benefit events, attended by over 1,000 people, will span a two days from February 14 to 15, 2013.

As a donor to InLiquid’s Benefit, your information will be included in the auction program and the online auction mini-site at InLiquid.org. Because the benefit program will be widely distributed for promotional purposes prior to and after the event, the visibility of your donation will extend beyond auction attendees.

We look forward to receiving your donation to InLiquid’s Benefit. To donate please fill out the online form below, or click here for the pdf version which may be e-mailed to us or mailed to us at 1400 N. American Street, #314, Phila, PA 19122. We must hear back from you by January 18th in order to include you appropriately in the press releases, printed program, and on the web. If you have any questions, please contact us by e-mail at benefit@inliquid.org or by phone at 215-235-3405.

Thank you for your time. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Click here for a pdf version of the submission form or fill out the online form below.

InLiquid’s Annual Silent Auction and Party: Celebrating Fifiteen Years of InLiquid, in memory of Abigail Rebecca Cohen Saturday, February 8, 2014

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Opening Reception: 40th Street AIR

Friday, August 10, 6 – 8 pm at 40th Street AIR: Opening reception for Air Exchange. 4007 Chestnut Street, Fourth Floor, Philadelphia.

Art After 5: Philadelphia Museum of Art

Friday, August 10, 5:45 – 8:15 pm at Philadelphia Museum of Art: The Swinging Foxes. 26th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia.

Reception: The Archive Space

Second Thursday, August 9, 6 – 9 pm at The Archive Space: Reception for Ventration. Through August 25. 1400 N. American Street, Philadelphia.

Opening Celebration: The Grey Area

Second Thursday, August 9, 6 – 9 pm at The Grey Area: Opening celebration for Goodlands Exhibition. Through August 19. 1400 N. American Street, Philadelphia.

Sizzling Summer Nights: Allentown Arts Park

Thursday, August 9, 5 – 7 pm at the Allentown Arts Park: Sizzling Summer Nights. Fifth Street, between Linden and Hamilton Streets, Allentown, PA.

Top Gun: Liberty Lands

Thursday, August 9, sundown at Liberty Lands: Screening of Top Gun (1986). Presented by The Awesome Fest! 700 N. Third Street, Philadelphia.

Closing Reception: Gershman Y

Wednesday, August 8, 6 – 8 pm at Gershman Y: Closing reception for Turn Here: Artists Promoting Environmental Awareness, featuring work by InLiquid member Amie Potsic. Through August 11. 401 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Art and Community Development Panel: 26 – 15 Jackson Avenue

Wednesday, August 8, 6 – 9 pm at 26 – 15 Jackson Avenue: Panel with artists of Art and Community Development, alongside the founders of Groundswell and Chashama. 26 – 15 Jackson Avenue, Queens, NY.

Where Writing Comes From: Scribe Video Center

Tuesday, August 7 at Scribe Video Center: “Where Writing Comes From,” with Ursula Rucker. 4212 Chestnut Street, Third Floor, Philadelphia.

Summer Lecture Series: The University of the Arts

Tuesday, August 7, 7 pm at The University of the Arts: 2012 Summer Lecture Series with Diane Karp. Connelly Lecture Hall, Terra Hall, Eighth Floor, 211 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Green Screen Performance Video:Scribe Video Center

Monday, August 6 at Scribe Video Center: “Green Screen Performance Video,” with Ursula Rucker. 4212 Chestnut Street, Third Floor, Philadelphia.

Monday, August 6 at Art Gallery at City Hall: Opening of Mini-Masterpieces from The Barnes Foundation. Through September 21. Room 116, City Hall, Philadelphia.

First Friday After Party: Barcade Philly

First Friday, August 3, 7 pm at Barcade Philly: Art Machine Productions First Friday After Party with Victory Brewing. 1114 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia.

Opening Reception: The Center for Art in Wood

First Friday, August 3, 5:30 – 8 pm at The Center for Art in Wood: Opening reception for allTURNatives: Form + Spirit 2012. Through October 20. 141 N. Third Street, Philadelphia.

Reception: The Center for Fine Art Photography

Friday, August 3, 6 – 9 pm at The Center for Fine Art Photography: Reception for Illusion, featuring work by InLiquid member Geoffrey Agrons. Through September 1. 400 N. College Avenue, Fort Collins, CO.

Artist Reception: Dalet Gallery

First Friday, August 3, 5 – 9 pm at Dalet Gallery: Artist reception for Made in Princeton. Through August 13. 141 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Opening: Fjord

First Friday, August 3, 6 – 10 pm at Fjord: Opening of Red Herring. 2419 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia.

Opening Reception: Gravy Studio & Gallery

First Friday, August 3, 6:30 – 10:30 pm at Gravy Studio & Gallery: Opening reception for Sean Bolton: Cedar St. Block Party Portraits. 2212 Sepviva Street, Philadelphia.

Eder Muniz: House Gallery 1816

First Friday, August 3, 6 – 9 pm at House Gallery 1816: Exhibition by Calangos de Rua [Street Lizard] a.k.a. Eder Muniz from Brazil. 1816 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia.

RSVP3: LGTripp Gallery

First Friday, August 3, 6 – 8:30 pm at LGTripp Gallery: RSVP3, featuring work by InLiquid members, Michele C. Kishita and Colleen McCubbin Stepanic. Through August 18. 47 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Reception: 3rd Street Gallery

First Friday, August 3, 5 – 9 pm at 3rd Street Gallery: Reception for The Light Room‘s 2012 Annual Group Photography Exhibition. Through August 26. 58 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Vices: AIGA Philadelphia Space

First Friday, August 3 at AIGA Philadelphia Space: Masthead Print Studio presents Vices. 72 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Opening: Arch Enemy Arts

First Friday, August 3, 6 pm at Arch Enemy Arts: Opening of The Absence of Man. Through August 31. 109 Arch Street, Philadelphia.

Artist Talk/Reception: CFEVA

Thursday, August 2, 5 – 7 pm at The Center for Emerging Visual Artists: Artist talk and reception for The Factory and After. 237 S. 18th Street, The Barclay, Third Floor, Philadelphia.

Opening Reception: PPAC

Thursday, August 2, 6 – 9 pm at PPAC: Opening reception for Member Exhibition, featuring work by InLiquid members Susan Abrams, Rachel Citrino, Laura Krasnow, Chris Macan, Ed Snyder, and Trish Thompson. Through August 30. 1400 N. American Street, Suite 103, Philadelphia.

Foundation Drawing Class: James Oliver Gallery

Wednesday, 7 – 9 pm at James Oliver Gallery: “Foundation Drawing,” with artist Jennifer A. Scott. Cost: $10 per class. 723 Chestnut Street, Fourth Floor, Philadelphia.

Concerts in the Garden: Rodin Museum

Saturday, July 28, 5:30 – 8 pm at Rodin Museum: Concerts in the Garden – Spectral Impressions, performed by the Argento Chamber Ensemble. Cost: $25 each; $45 both concerts. Advance tickets required. 2154 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia.

Screening: Liberty Lands

Thursday, July 26, sundown at Liberty Lands: Screening of Ghostbusters (1984). Presented by The Awesome Fest! 700 N. Third Street, Philadelphia.

ART/GAGE: Celebrate Philly Creativity

ART/GAGE 2012
The 5th Annual ART/GAGE: Celebrate Philly Creativity
Saturday, July 28, noon – 6 pm

Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens
(PMG) is excited to demonstrate its South Street pride with ART/GAGE: Celebrate Philly Creativity, PMG’s fifth annual summer festival featuring music, dance, fire arts, and hands-on activities.

With a community street fair from noon – 6 pm, hosted by actor/director Greg Decandia featuring live performances, unique activities, and art/food vendors. The fair, held on the 1000 block of South Street, is FREE and open to the public.

Festival participants include

 

 

Food from • Lucky Old Soul’s Burgers • Dapper Dog • Buttercream Cupcakes • Little Baby’s Ice Cream

Afternoon performances by • Swift Technique • Bhutanese dancers • Hot Bijouxx •Ollin Yoliztli Calmecac •The Really Cooks

• Jane Broadbent • Melinda Burton • Camden Printworks • The Clay Studio • The Cultural Arts Center PDDC • Cuttink • Lauren Domsky/Basil Springs Folk Art • Generocity • Patrick Hay • Hidden City Philadelphia • InLiquid• Jewelry with Me/AMA Jewelry Creations • Laura J. Designs/Stepping Stones • Manic Muse • Erika Massiel • Mellifera Candles • Mr & Mrs Magoos Travelling Trash Puppet Circus • Mushmina • Neighborhood Bike Works • Oasis Arts & Education • Ollin Yoliztli Calmcac • OpportUNITY • Outside the Frame Collective • Party Business • PAWS • Peace Valley Tile • Philadelphia Weekly • Philly Food Forests • Refugee Mental Health Collaborative • Stitch Prism/Gypsy Adornments • Michael Straight • Sun Moon Star Design • Threet Ceramics • Kelly Trimble for BuildOn • The Village of Arts & Humanities/Cred Magazine • Y-Not Radio

And yes InLiquid will be there — stop by to say hello!

Evening Music Festival, 4:30 – 10 pm, hosted by The Weekly Revue Variety Show’s Toby Lou. Visit the glittering outdoor labyrinth for a night of live music, fire dancers, art installations and more!

Evening’s music, art performances, and installations:
• Circadian Rhythms • Scratched and Dented • Cuddle Magic • The 20Somethings • Catnaps • Ana Vizcarra Rankin • Mr. & Mrs. Magoo’s Traveling Trash Puppet Circus

Evening General Admission: $12 (music only)
Evening General Admission+: $15 (music + complimentary drinks provided by Fergie’s Pub, Narragansett Beer Co. & Spodee).


Philadelphia Magic Gardens will be open throughout the day, featuring artworks from Bhutanese, Nepalese and Iraqi refugees in Envisioning Home: Perspectives from Philadelphia Refugees, an exhibition of biographical photographs. PMG’s galleries and sculpture labyrinth will be open to the public until 4 pm ($5 for adults, $2 for children 6 – 12, and free for children under 6).

Foundation Drawing Class: James Oliver Gallery

Wednesday, 7 – 9 pm at James Oliver Gallery: “Foundation Drawing,” with artist Jennifer A. Scott. Cost: $10 per class. 723 Chestnut Street, Fourth Floor, Philadelphia.

Concerts in the Garden: Rodin Museum

Sunday, July 22, 5:30 – 8 pm at Rodin Museum: Concerts in the Garden – Spectral Impressions, performed by the Argento Chamber Ensemble. Cost: $25 each; $45 both concerts. Advance tickets required. 2154 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia.

Screening: National Lampoon’s Vacation

Thursday, July 19, sundown at Liberty Lands: Screening of National Lampoon’s Vacation (1983). Presented by The Awesome Fest! 700 N. Third Street, Philadelphia.

Foundation Drawing Class: James Oliver Gallery

Wednesday, 7 – 9 pm at James Oliver Gallery: “Foundation Drawing,” with artist Jennifer A. Scott. Cost: $10 per class. 723 Chestnut Street, Fourth Floor, Philadelphia.

CAFe 2012 Community Arts Festival

 

InLiquid, Crane Arts, and ArtsRising present the third annual CAFe – Community Arts Festival

CAFé is a FREE, one-day family-friendly art and environmental festival with music, food, drink, and tables for interactive art and design projects and activities hosted by art education and environmental organizations. Children of all ages are welcome.

More information here.

Crane Arts
1400 N. American Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122
215-235-3405
www.inliquid.org

Opening Reception: PhilaMOCA

Friday, July 13, 6 pm at PhilaMOCA: Opening reception for Eraserhood Forever, a David Lynch-themed art show. Through July 24. 531 N. 12th Street, Philadelphia.

The Living Art: Storytellers

Friday, July 13, 5 – 8 pm at C.R.I.B: The Living Art: Storytellers. 543 State St, Camden, NJ.

Screening: Plan 9 from Outer Space

Friday, July 13, 9 pm at Laurel Hill Cemetery: Screening of Plan 9 from Outer Space, presented by Secret Cinema. 3822 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, PA.

Artist Reception: AIGA Philadelphia SPACE

Thursday, July 12, 6 – 8 pm at AIGA Philadelphia SPACE: Meet the Artist Reception for WORDPLAY: The language and illusions of John Langdon. Through July 30. 72 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Screening: The Road Warrior

Thursday, July 12, sundown at Liberty Lands: Screening of The Road Warrior (1982). Presented by The Awesome Fest! 700 N. Third Street, Philadelphia.

Foundation Drawing Class: James Oliver Gallery

Wednesday, 7 – 9 pm at James Oliver Gallery: “Foundation Drawing,” with artist Jennifer A. Scott. Cost: $10 per class. 723 Chestnut Street, Fourth Floor, Philadelphia.

Artist’s Talk: Noyes Museum

Wednesday, July 11, 12:30 pm at Noyes Museum: Artist’s talk with Rae Smith, President of the Pastel Society of America. 733 Lily Lake Road, Oceanville, NJ.

Focus on Composition Series: Silver Eye Center for Photography

Tuesday, July 10, 7 – 9 pm at Silver Eye Center for Photography: Focus on Composition Series, with Instructor Mandy Kendall, Founding Member of Ag Works Artist Collective. Continues on July 17 and 24. Cost: $165 Silver Eye members; $195 non-members. 1015 E. Carson Street, Pittsburgh, PA.

Summer Exhibition: Artists’ House

First Friday, July 6, 5 – 8:30 pm at Artists’ House: Summer Exhibition. Through July 29. 57 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Opening Reception: Asian Arts Initiative

First Friday, July 6, 6 pm at Asian Arts Initiative: Opening reception for Paper Play: New Works by Jeonghan Yun and Choonhyang Yu. Through August 17. 1219 Vine Street, Philadelphia.

Artists’ Reception: The Center for Fine Art Photography

First Friday, July 6, 6 – 9 pm at The Center for Fine Art Photography: Artists’ reception for Simply, featuring work by InLiquid member Laird Bindrim. Through July 28. 400 N. College Avenue, Fort Collins, CO.

Opening Reception: Curated Goods

First Friday, July 6, 7 – 10 pm at Curated Goods: Opening reception for an exhibition of photography by Sophie Xu. Through July 15. 421 Fairmount Avenue, Philadelphia.

Artist Reception: Dalet Gallery

First Friday, July 6, 5 – 9 pm at Dalet Gallery: Artist reception for Made in Princeton. Through August 13. 141 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Opening Reception: Arch Enemy

First Friday, July 6, 6 – 10 pm at Arch Enemy: Opening reception for To Battle, To Bed. Through July 27. 109 Arch Street, Philadelphia.

Exhibitions: LGTripp Gallery

First Friday, July 6, 6 – 8:30 pm at LGTripp Gallery: Exhibitions by Charles Kalick, Ryan Pellak, and Paul Rider. Through July 7. 47 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Closing Reception: Portside Parlor and Art Gallery

First Friday, July 6, 7 – 11 pm at Portside Parlor and Art Gallery: Closing reception for There Are Other Worlds Than These: The Art of Robert Kraiza. 30 S. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Opening Reception: Snyderman-Works Galleries

First Friday, July 6, 5:30 – 8:30 pm at Snyderman-Works Galleries: Opening reception for Found Objects, featuring work by InLiquid members Ellen Benson, Kim Alsbrooks, and Randall Cleaver. Through August 15. 303 Cherry Street, Philadelphia, PA.

A Celebration of 50 Years of American Studio Glass: Wexler Gallery

First Friday, July 6 at Wexler Gallery: A Celebration of 50 Years of American Studio Glass. Through September 29. 201 N. Third Street, Philadelphia.

Screening: Stripes

Thursday, July 5, sundown at Liberty Lands: Screening of Stripes (1981). Presented by The Awesome Fest! 700 N. Third Street, Philadelphia.

Opening Reception: Mulberry Street Library

Monday, July 2, 5 – 7 pm at Mulberry Street Library: Opening reception for MAPnificent: Artists Use Maps, featuring work by Paul Fabozzi. Through August 24. 10 Jersey Street, NYC.

Opening: CSA Gallery

Saturday, June 30, 7 – 10 pm at CSA Gallery: Opening of In Celebration of the Barnes. 1818 Callowhill Street, Philadelphia.

Closing Reception: Light Room Gallery

Saturday, June 30, 2 – 6 pm at Light Room Gallery: Closing reception for Passion for Trashin. Through June 30. 2024 Wallace Street, Philadelphia.

Artist Talk: Light Room Gallery

Saturday, June 30, 4 pm at Light Room Gallery: Artist talk for Passion for Trashin. 2024 Wallace Street, Philadelphia.

Narrative Realism: Woodmere Art Museum

Saturday, June 30, 3 – 4:30 pm at Woodmere Art Museum: “Narrative Realism,” a panel discussion with curator Matthew Palczynski and artists Martha Erlebacher, Daniel Heyman, Mark Shetabi and Patricia Traub. Cost: $15, $10 members. 9201 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia.

Mural Arts Program Tour

Saturday, June 30, 10 am at African American Museum: African American Iconic Images Collection tour presented by The Mural Arts Program. Purchase tickets here. 7th and Arch Streets, Philadelphia.

Art After 5: Philadelphia Museum of Art

Friday, June 29, 5 – 8:45 pm at Philadelphia Museum of Art: Art After 5: Rale Micic Featuring Alma Micic. 26th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia.

Opening Event: National Liberty Museum

Friday, June 28, 5:30 – 8 pm at National Liberty Museum: Opening Event for Seeking Freedom Glass Exhibition. RSVP at 215-925-2800, ext. 0. Through October 12. 321 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Preview Party: PAFA

Thursday, June 28, 6:30 – 8:30 pm at PAFA: Preview Party for Dive Deep: Eric Fischl and the Process of Painting. Through September 30. Cost: $10 in advance, $15 at the door, Free to PAFA members. RSVP by June 18. 128 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

All about Eve: Bryn Mawr Film Institute

Thursday, June 28, 7 pm at Bryn Mawr Film Institute: Screening of All about Eve (1950), directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz. 824 W. Lancaster Avenue, Bryn Mawr.

Foundation Drawing Class: James Oliver Gallery

Wednesday, 7 – 9 pm at James Oliver Gallery: “Foundation Drawing,” with artist Jennifer A. Scott. Cost: $10 per class. 723 Chestnut Street, Fourth Floor, Philadelphia.

My Fair Lady: Bryn Mawr Film Institute

Tuesday, June 26, 7 pm at Bryn Mawr Film Institute: My Fair Lady (1964) Sing-along. 824 W. Lancaster Avenue, Bryn Mawr.

Roots 101 Series

Saturday, June 23, 7 – 9 pm at 327 South Street: “Industry Rule #4,080,” a panel discussion with Marc Byers, CHOPS, and other surprise guests. Part of the Roots 101 Series presented by The Mural Arts Program. 327 South Street, Philadelphia.

Second Skin, The Art of Susan Moore: Woodmere Art Museum

Saturday, June 23, 3 – 4 pm at Woodmere Art Museum: “Second Skin: The Art of Susan Moore,” a lecture with the artist. Cost: $15, $10 members. 9201 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia.

Root 101 Series

Friday, June 22, 5 – 8 pm at 327 South Street: Art Education Student Exhibition. Part of the Roots 101 Series presented by The Mural Arts Program. 327 South Street, Philadelphia.

Art After 5: Philadelphia Museum of Art

Friday, June 22, 5 – 8:45 pm at Philadelphia Museum of Art: Art After 5: Peter Beets. 26th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia.

Out of Hand: The Clay Studio

Friday, June 22, 6 – 8 pm at The Clay Studio: “Out of Hand!” Cost: $30 members, $35 non-members. 137 – 139 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Open Studio Celebration and Sale: CandyCoated Center

Friday, June 22, 3 – 9 pm at CandyCoated Center: Open Studio Celebration and Sale, presented by InLiquid member Candy Depew.

Foundation Drawing Class: James Oliver Gallery

Wednesday, 7 – 9 pm at James Oliver Gallery: “Foundation Drawing,” with artist Jennifer A. Scott. Cost: $10 per class. 723 Chestnut Street, Fourth Floor, Philadelphia.

The Band Wagon: Bryn Mawr Film Institute

Wednesday, June 20, 7 pm at Bryn Mawr Film Institute: Screening of The Band Wagon (1953), directed by Vincente Minnelli. 824 W. Lancaster Avenue, Bryn Mawr.

The Lady from Shanghai: Bryn Mawr Film Institute

Tuesday, June 19, 7 pm at Bryn Mawr Film Institute: Screening of The Lady from Shanghai (1947), directed by Orson Welles. 824 W. Lancaster Avenue, Bryn Mawr.

Registration Ends: Summer 2012 Youth Programs

Monday, June 18 at Moore College of Art & Design: Registration ends for Summer 2012 Youth Programs. Click here for more information. 20th Street and The Parkway, Philadelphia.

Free Summer Arts Camp: The Village of Arts and Hummanities

Monday, June 18 at The Village of Arts and Humanities: Free summer arts camp for youth ages 9 – 19 begins. Through August 3. 2544 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia.

Sunday Fundays: Race Street Pier

Sunday, June 17 at The Race Street Pier: Sunday Fundays, featuring work by InLiquid member Candy Depew. Continues June 24, July 22, and July 29. N. Columbus Boulevard, Philadelphia.

Artist Reception: LGTripp Gallery

Saturday, June 16, 5 – 7 pm at LGTripp Gallery: Artist reception for exhibitions by Charles Kalick, Ryan Pellak, and Paul Rider. Through July 7. 47 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Opening Reception: State Museum of PA

Saturday, June 16, 7 pm at State Museum of Pennsylvania: Opening reception for Art of the State: Pennsylvania, featuring work by InLiquid members Rob Solomon and Linda Dubin Garfield. Through September 9. 300 North Street, Harrisburg, PA.

Decorate your Own Decoy: The Center for Art in Wood

Saturday, June 16, 1 – 3 pm at The Center for Art in Wood: Private tour of Hooked on Wood: The Allure of the Fish Decoy followed by decorate your own fish decoy to take home. A second “Decorate your Own Decoy” will take place on Saturday, July 14. Cost: $15 donation per person. 141 N. Third Street, Philadelphia.

4th Annual Benefit Art Auction and Party: Gallery Aferro

Saturday, June 16, 7 – 10 pm at Gallery Aferro: 4th Annual Benefit Art Auction and Party. 73 Market Street, Newark, NJ.

Slideluck Potshow: Crane Building

Saturday, June 16, 7 – 10 pm at The Green Space and The Ice Box: PPAC hosts Slideluck Potshow Philadelphia III. Crane Arts, 1400 N. American Street, Philadelphia.

15th Birthday Party: Spiral Q Puppet Theater

Saturday, June 16, 3 – 6 pm at Spiral Q Puppet Theater: 15th Birthday Party. 3114 Spring Garden Street, Philadelphia.

Knife in the Water: International House

Saturday, June 16, 7 pm at International House: Screening of Knife in the Water (1962), directed by Roman Polanksi. 3701 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Closing: Curated Goods

Friday, June 15 at Curated Goods: Closing of an exhibition of Georgi Georgiev’s photographs. 421 Fairmount Avenue, Philadelphia.

Opening Reception: The Pokaloprint Pop Up Shop

Friday, June 15, 7 – 9 pm: Opening reception for Gillian Pokalo‘s The Pokaloprint Pop Up Shop. Friday, 5 – 9 pm, Saturday, 10 am – 8 pm, and Sunday, noon – 6 pm. 6819 Greene Street, Mount Airy, PA.

Art After 5: Philadelphia Museum of Art

Friday, June 15, 5 – 8:45 pm at Philadelphia Museum of Art: Art After 5: Jessi Teich. 26th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia.

Registration Ends for Free Youth Summer Program

Friday, June 15 at Asian Arts Initiative: Registration ends for Free Summer Youth Program, July 9 – August 17. To register for the Summer Youth Arts Workshop or Summer Youth Lounge, parents can call John Park at 215-557-0455, ext. 228, or email john@asianartsinitiative.org. 1219 Vine Street, Philadelphia.

Yellow Submarine: International House

Friday, June 15, 7 pm at International House: Screening of Yellow Submarine (1968), directed by George Dunning. There will be a second screening on Saturday, June 16 at 11 am. 3701 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Reception: Art Gallery at City Hall

Thursday, June 14 at Art Gallery at City Hall: Reception and talk for Philly Residencies. Through July 20. City Hall, Philadelphia.