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InLiquid offers free listings to local arts organizations and distributes free information about opportunities to the local arts community. A new series of gallery interviews on the blog delves into the histories and missions of Philly’s smaller arts venues.
“The grateful painting [by Mat Tomezsko] also expresses the true gratitude of the Philadelphia arts community towards Rachel Zimmerman and her team for all the exposure and opportunities created for artists with the InLiquid website and the exhibition opportunities they have developed since the late 20th Century. InLiquid pre-dates Google.”
- Don Brewer, DoNBrewerMultimedia
The small team at InLiquid works tirelessly to bring more than just an exhibition to the public, but to craft the story of the artist.
“I wanted to thank you for all your help leading up to my solo show at the Crane Arts Project Room last May. It was great to have one of your professional photographers come by the studio, and the increased exposure due to the Flying Kite Media interview and the listing on Uwishunu was fantastic! You and the rest of the InLiquid team make me so glad I became a member.”
– Ana Vizcarra Rankin, InLiquid artist member
InLiquid hosts a rotating series of exhibitions at various venues.
Through a partnership with James Oliver Gallery, we presented the debut solo show of John Wind, jewelry designer and founder of Maximal Art. Through found objects and collage, Wind constructed his personal history, capturing the attention of the Select Fair. Wind traveled to Miami in December, where we worked to draw a national eye towards the Philadelphia arts scene.
Now approaching its 15th anniversary, InLiquid has worked since its founding to remove the stigma that art is only for a particular economic class.
The Art for the Cash Poor event advocates affordable access to art through an annual block party. The Members Show, in partnership with Philadelphia Photo Arts Center and Second State Press, highlights the arts community centered at Crane Arts in Kensington. The Juvenile in Justice exhibition advocated for the positive social effects of creative education.
Because InLiquid is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, financial gifts from individuals, foundations, and corporations are critical to making our many programs and services possible. Gifts to InLiquid are tax-deductible.
Supporting membership levels:
Please note that contributions can be made in any amount, however large or small – Every gift makes a difference! Monthly giving plans are also available.
$39 and below
-Our thanks and appreciation
Basic $40 – $79
-Acknowledgment on our website
-Invitations to InLiquid sponsored events
Individual $80 – $149
-All of the above benefits
-Discount of 10% at the ShopInLiquid online store
Friend $150 – $299
-All of the above benefits
-An InLiquid membership card offering numerous discounts and opportunities through local businesses and organizations (See below for details)
-Discount of 20% for two admissions to the InLiquid Silent Auction Benefit
Supporter $300 – $499
Sponsor $500 – $1500
Patron $1500 – $2499
Benefactor $2500 and above
-All of the above benefits (from the Friend level)
-Two passes to InLiquid’s Benefit Preview Party
-A unique opportunity with an InLiquid artist for a studio visit
- * By January 3, 2014 receive a limited edition print from Juvenile In Justice foundation photographer, Richard Ross (this level only)
InLiquid’s Membership Card for Artist and Supporting Members!
This card gives you the opportunity to become familiar with other cultural organizations and businesses
through special discounts and opportunities listed below.
Support InLiquid at the FRIEND level (only $12.50 a month) and receive:
- Acknowledgment on our website
- Invitations to InLiquid sponsored events
- Weekly e-newsletter
- 10% discount at the Shop InLiquid online store
- 20% discount for two admissions to the InLiquid Silent Auction Benefit
- InLiquid Membership Card
Supporting Membership Partner Discounts:
1420 Walnut Street, Suite 700
Since its founding in 1903, the Philadelphia Chapter of the Alliance Française has promoted French culture and the study of the French language and literature while fostering friendly relations between France and the United States
10% discount off first time, new student tuition for one class
623 N. Second Street
Art Star is a gallery & boutique located in Northern Liberties, Philadelphia that exhibist and sells handmade work & limited edition products by emerging artists across the globe. Hailed by Philadelphia Magazine as the “the cities first cutting-edge craft shop”, they strive to carry work that is innovative & superbly crafted.
1400 North American Street, Crane Arts Building,1st floor
The Philadelphia Photo Arts Center (PPAC) is a nonprofit organization devoted to the study, practice, and appreciation of photography in the Philadelphia region. PPAC fulfills this mission by offering educational programs, photographic exhibitions, lectures by practicing artists, high quality printing and scanning services, and affordable access to high-end digital equipment for the creation of photographs.
10% discount on first-time lab use or digital print and scan services
While the tools at Silicon are digital, the philosophy is deeply rooted in the belief that it is the chemistry between the artist and the printmaker that results in the finest work.
10% off first order or free scan up to 20 x 30
Receive a 15% discount off a first time new customers custom frame order
Save 10% on Annenberg Center and Dance Celebration performances (Based on availability. Some restrictions may apply.)
118 S. 36th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104
The Institute of Contemporary Art at The University of Pennsylvania believes in the power of artists to inform and inspire. The ICA is free for all to engage and connect with the art of our time.
10% off ICA-produced merchandise and catalogues
Founded in 1915 as a meeting place for the performing, literary, and visual arts, the Philadelphia Art Alliance (PAA) is one of the oldest art centers in the U.S.A. Today, the PAA continues to play an important role in the arts as a non-profit art gallery and performance space dedicated to the advancement and appreciation of innovative contemporary art and to inspiring dynamic interaction between audiences and artists in a setting of historic and aesthetic significance.
The PAA’s focus on contemporary craft and design allows us to feature innovative artists and performers working in a variety of genres, mediums, and forms. Through our exhibitions, ranging from one artist shows of emerging local artists to large scale projects by nationally and internationally renowned artists and groups, as well as our programs, including exhibition tours, educational workshops, and musical and multi-media performances, we welcome audiences to see and experience craft and design in new ways.
Two for one admission to Philadelphia Art Alliance exhibitions.
Founded in 1915, The Print Center is a nonprofit art gallery that exhibits and sells original, contemporary printmaking and photography. The Print Center has been supporting new artists, new processes and new collectors for nearly 100 years. The Print Center Gallery Store offers artwork from over 75 international artists at affordable prices.
10% discount in The Print Center Gallery Store for a first time new customer (excludes framing).