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Young Americans

@ The InLiquid Gallery

@ The InLiquid Gallery

@ The InLiquid Gallery

Exhibition Runs
Wednesday, Dec. 8th - Saturday, Jan. 22nd

Exhibition Runs
Wednesday, Dec. 8th - Saturday, Jan. 22nd

Exhibition Runs
Wednesday, Dec. 8th - Saturday, Jan. 22nd

Hygge

@ Park Towne Place

@ Park Towne Place

@ Park Towne Place

Exhibition Runs
Saturday, Nov. 13th - Sunday, Feb. 13th

Exhibition Runs
Saturday, Nov. 13th - Sunday, Feb. 13th

Exhibition Runs
Saturday, Nov. 13th - Sunday, Feb. 13th

Land-Feels and Beach Front Properties

@ One Commerce Square

@ One Commerce Square

@ One Commerce Square

Exhibition Runs
Monday, Nov. 15th - Sunday, Mar. 20th

Exhibition Runs
Monday, Nov. 15th - Sunday, Mar. 20th

Exhibition Runs
Monday, Nov. 15th - Sunday, Mar. 20th

She Dreamt She Was…

@ Old City Publishing

@ Old City Publishing

@ Old City Publishing

Exhibition Runs
Wednesday, Oct. 27th - Tuesday, Feb. 22nd

Exhibition Runs
Wednesday, Oct. 27th - Tuesday, Feb. 22nd

Exhibition Runs
Wednesday, Oct. 27th - Tuesday, Feb. 22nd

Material Voices with Annette Cords and G. Farrel Kellum

@ The InLiquid Gallery

@ The InLiquid Gallery

@ The InLiquid Gallery

Exhibition Runs
Wednesday, Oct. 27th - Saturday, Dec. 4th

Exhibition Runs
Wednesday, Oct. 27th - Saturday, Dec. 4th

Exhibition Runs
Wednesday, Oct. 27th - Saturday, Dec. 4th

Gorsen and Howell White

@ East Market

@ East Market

@ East Market

Exhibition Runs
Tuesday, Oct. 19th - Sunday, Mar. 20th

Exhibition Runs
Tuesday, Oct. 19th - Sunday, Mar. 20th

Exhibition Runs
Tuesday, Oct. 19th - Sunday, Mar. 20th

Massuch & Tassiou

@ The Courtyard By Marriott

@ The Courtyard By Marriott

@ The Courtyard By Marriott

Exhibition Runs
Friday, Oct. 15th - Friday, Jan. 14th

Exhibition Runs
Friday, Oct. 15th - Friday, Jan. 14th

Exhibition Runs
Friday, Oct. 15th - Friday, Jan. 14th

Color in Exuberance

@ The Yard

@ The Yard

@ The Yard

Exhibition Runs
Wednesday, Sep. 8th - Sunday, Dec. 19th

Exhibition Runs
Wednesday, Sep. 8th - Sunday, Dec. 19th

Exhibition Runs
Wednesday, Sep. 8th - Sunday, Dec. 19th

McHarg, Oliva, and Opshinsky

@ The National

@ The National

@ The National

Exhibition Runs
Wednesday, Aug. 11th - Thursday, Dec. 9th

Exhibition Runs
Wednesday, Aug. 11th - Thursday, Dec. 9th

Exhibition Runs
Wednesday, Aug. 11th - Thursday, Dec. 9th

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Young Americans
Hygge
Land-Feels and Beach Front Properties
She Dreamt She Was…
Material Voices with Annette Cords and G. Farrel Kellum
Gorsen and Howell White
Massuch & Tassiou
Color in Exuberance
McHarg, Oliva, and Opshinsky

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    In this time of isolation and everything virtual, Dolores Poacelli welcomes you to experience the joy of seeing art. They are opening the studios at 823 Carpenter Street in Philadelphia for visits by appointment only. Masks and social distancing required. Please contact her at dpoacelli@gmail.com.

  • Children’s Book by Andrea Lyons

    Ruby Green, Hip Hop Queen is a fictional story based on a real five year old girl, Ruby Green, and her brother Eli. They are both grandchildren of the author, and illustrator of this book, Andrea Lyons.This story takes place in Philadelphia,Pa., a city where Ruby and Eli live, and Ventnor,New Jersey, where they visit.The story begins with Ruby practicing Hip Hop with her brother Eli at home. Sometimes she dances outdoors too, like when she out danced her dog Sadie and when she’s with her friends and neighbors in their driveway. Ruby has a need to do Hip Hop really well. She wants to be as good as her brother Eli at Hip Hop.

    Ruby Green, Hip Hop Queen is currently for sale at Barnes & Noble.

    Learn more here.

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    An article about Geoffrey Agrons‘ work is featured in Lens Magazine’s Portrait Issue (#83)! Read the article here.

  • Maria Schneider’s “Walking OneCity” in OneCity Permanent Collection

    Maria Schneider‘s “Walking OneCity” is now part of the permanent collection of OneCity Residential building. Each one of the 13 panels depicts the connection between some of the most iconic buildings of Philadelphia history. ” Walking OneCity” takes you in a stroll around Philadelphia finding its most iconic buildings, telling the story of what you see and what it may be now forgotten. Each mirrored panel draws the viewer in by including them in its reflection, making their image part of the work.

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