Business/Restaurant Donations

Business/Restaurant Donations

Join InLiquid’s  Annual Benefit Art Auction, held February 4 – 19 both in-person and online.   The auction items will be up for public viewing during scheduled hours over the course of the two-week period at the Crane Arts Building in Kensington. With two ticketed events the VIP reception on Saturday, February 12, and the main event on Saturday, February 19. With all items featured for online bidding for those unable to attend in person.   Your support as a member of our community is truly appreciated. We hope you will consider donating an item or gift certificate for inclusion in our Annual Benefit Auction.  Our annual Benefit annually attracts a diverse audience of over 1,000 collectors, art lovers, artists, and professionals each year. This year, we are planning a multimedia distribution of the benefit collection, using social media, video, a custom Issuu magazine/catalog, email blasts, and more. We are engaging our entire community to spread the word, which will equal thousands of eyes on your contribution, and extensive marketing of your business as a part of the Benefit.   The final deadline for inclusion is Friday, January 28, 2022. But the sooner we hear from you – the more opportunities we have to promote you. Thank you for your Support – The InLiquid Team!  

Committee List
Virginia Baltzell
Patrick Carrow
Leila Cartier
Anaïs Cooper-Hackman
Carlie Eden
Barbara Harberger
Meredith Hilferty
Bryan Hoffman
Hannah Kauffman
Nadia Kunz
Diane Marimow 
Erica Minutella
Corie Moskow
Maria Pantalone
Elizabeth Roan

Liz Scarlett
Maria Schneider
Gerri Spilka

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
Rachel Zimmerman
Juliette Cook
Clare Finin
Emily Glycenfer
Lily Horner
Tyler Kline
Megan Pollin Hernandez
Sara Zimmerman 

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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 a comprehensive source for art programming around the region.