Mission Statement

InLiquid mobilizes and makes accessible the visual arts culture of the greater Philadelphia region in order to unite communities, establish wider audiences for artists and designers, facilitate the relationship between artists and collectors, and nurture the public’s appreciation of all forms of visual art.

Vision Statement

InLiquid is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to creating opportunities and exposure for visual artists through exhibitions in the InLiquid Gallery and satellite exhibition spaces, all while serving as a free, online, public hub that showcases Philadelphia’s vast visual arts culture.

We actively promote artists’ work online by constructing public, searchable high quality pages that include contact information, artwork, resumes/bios, statements, relevant links and exhibit history. Through our numerous ongoing exhibition programs distributed throughout the city in galleries and alternative spaces, meaningful partnerships with cultural organizations and corporate clients, unique community-engaged events, and the nurturing of relationships with art collectors, we introduce and connect the quality, diversity and magnitude of our region’s visual art culture to broader audiences, thus directly impacting Philadelphia’s cultural community and economy.

A Brief History

InLiquid was founded in 1999 by local artist Rachel Zimmerman under the observation that the Philadelphia region boasted a huge number of talented visual artists, yet only a small fraction were seen by the public, and the artists themselves were not actively engaged in dialogue and cooperation. Begun informally as a nonprofit online exhibition venue, meeting place, and information resource for artists, the organization quickly expanded its role with an increased number of members, expanded site content, and a regular series of public programs and “real world” exhibitions. Unlike commercial art sites, InLiquid has never existed as an agent for art sales, rather it serves as a free educational resource and conduit for interaction between artists, curators, patrons, and the public.

Today, InLiquid is a virtual hub for the visual arts in Philadelphia: online, we are the most comprehensive source for regional visual arts information & activities; in the community, we present dynamic, enriching exhibitions and programs in a variety of flexible public venues.

InLiquid received its 501(c)(3) certification in 2002.

Crane Arts
Studio #314 (office), Gallery 108
1400 North American Street
Philadelphia, PA
(215) 235-3405

Office hours: Monday through Friday, 10 am – 6 pm
(by appointment only)

InLiquid Gallery hours: Wednesday – Saturday, noon – 6 pm

Board of Directors

Ralph Citino
Chairman, Director, Friedman, LLP

Matthew Shaw
Vice President, Senior Director, Associate General Counsel, eOriginal

Samantha Levy Green
Secretary, Law Clerk, United States Bankruptcy Court

Anthony Gallia
Board Member, Partner, Trial Attorney, Duane Morris

Jeffrey Holder
Board Member, Jeffrey E. Holder Photography

John Boyko
Board Member, Partner, studio z design

TJ Walsh
Board Member, TJ Walsh Counseling, LLC

Nicole Paloux
Board Member, Owner, Red Balloon Public Relations

Aidan Vega
Board Member, Director of Membership, Philadelphia Museum of Art

Staff

Rachel Zimmerman
Executive Director Email Rachel

Sara Zimmerman
Event Coordinator + Member Liaison Email Sara

Juliette Cook
Development Director Email Juliette

Elizabeth Roan
Content Manager Email Elizabeth

Kevin Huang
Exhibition Coordinator Email Kevin

Lily Horner
Newsletter Coordinator and Exhibition Assistant Email Lily

Clare Finin
Program Coordinator at Park Towne Place Email Clare

Wendee Yudis

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