The InLiquid Benefit: Everyone is a Collector

Save the Date Benefit 2022

The InLiquid Benefit: Everyone is a Collector

February 2022

Celebrate contemporary art, design, and craft with The InLiquid Silent Auction and Benefit, spanning two-weeks with multiple parties and events to view the works up close in person. This much-anticipated event is an annual showcase for exceptional contemporary art.  

InLiquid’s Benefit and Art Auction is a two-week event in direct support of the Philadelphia region’s artists. Your contributions and auction purchases support over 40 free, public art exhibitions throughout the city each year, and foster the careers of over 350 local artists annually. InLiquid is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization serving as a resource for the region’s artists and audiences.

For this online virtual silent auction, you will have the opportunity to schedule and preview the artworks and items in person for safe socially distanced viewings leading up to the final bidding hours on February 19th.

Special Dates

First Friday, February 4: In-person viewing begins. Join InLiquid for a soft preview of the auction.

Second Thursday, February 10, 6-9 pm: Pre-Valentine Trunk Sale 
Join InLiquid and a curated selection of designers and artisanal creators for a POP-UP shopping event –  with that special one in mind.

Saturday, February 12: VIP Preview. Join InLiquid for a very special preview. Special art release TBA!!!

Saturday, February 19: The Main Event. Join us in-person or remotely for the auction showdown. Get those Bidding fingers ready … READY, SET, BID!

Bidding closes Saturday, February 19 at 10 pm.

Sunday, February 20, 12 pm  

    • Pick-up of your winning bids begins. InLiquid will arrange for shipping or delivery if requested. Winning Bidder assumes all S&H costs.
    • Unsold works from the auction and selections from the studio will be available for purchase. 

Full calendar of dates and times for up-close viewing coming soon.

Bidding will be open and available online!

Committee List
Virginia Baltzell
Patrick Carrow
Leila Cartier
Anaïs Cooper-Hackman
Hannah Kauffman
Nadia Kunz
Diane Marimow
Erica Minutella
Elizabeth Roan

Liz Scarlett

InLiquid Board
John Boyko

Ralph Citino
Anthony L Gallia
Samantha Levy Green
Jeffrey E Holder
Nicole Paloux

Matthew Shaw
Aidan Vega
Timothy Walsh
Rachel Zimmerman

InLiquid Staff
achel Zimmerman
Juliette Cook
Clare Finin
Emily Glycenfer
Lily Horner

Tyler Kline
Megan Pollin Hernandez
Sara Zimmerman 

Gloss PR

Become a Sponsor of the InLiquid Benefit. 

Sponsorship of the InLiquid Benefit shares your logo, link, and brand widely. It is a great way to reach new audiences and help us reach our goal of supporting local art and artists.  

New this year: “Night at the Auction!” Host a private party; bring your favorite people and we’ll provide the creative atmosphere.

Or support local art with a much-needed tax-deductible gift.

Learn more about sponsorship opportunities – contact Juliette Cook, Director of Development

Get Featured at the Benefit. 

Join InLiquid as a featured community partner.  A great way to get your brand in front of our audience is with a tax-deductible gift of an item or gift certificate from your business. 

Your product and brand will be featured for display online and in-person. With links back to you. 

To learn about becoming a community partner contact Sara Zimmerman, Associate Director.

Volunteer at the Benefit

Join our team and help make the magic happen!

Donate your time to bring this event to life. Help us with community outreach, art installation, and hospitality. Volunteering is a great way to meet new people and learn about contemporary art. 

To learn about volunteering contact Lily HornerMembership Coordinator.

About InLiquid:

InLiquid is a 501(c)(3) non-profit founded in 1999 to mobilize Philadelphia’s visual arts community to become economically viable, and to make the work of Philadelphia’s dynamic visual arts community accessible to all.

InLiquid creates opportunities for artists, unites communities, establishes new audiences, fosters new artists, facilitates new collectors and advocates for public appreciation of art. Increasingly, we find ourselves creating opportunities to use art as a catalyst for civic engagement and expressions of calls for social change. 

We stage free public exhibitions for Philadelphia artists at our own InLiquid Gallery in Kensington and satellite exhibition spaces all over the city, and run as a free public online platform for artists, virtual store and comprehensive source for art programming around the region.