Featuring: Melinda Steffy
Open Juried Exhibition on Musical Themes
The Plastic Club opens its Fall season with an exhibition of art work related to music.
The show’s prospectus says it welcomes “portraits of musicians or dancers; street scenes of music clubs or venues; abstract interpretations of sound; invented or hand-crafted musical instruments.” Entry is open to the public.
The Club will hold an opening reception on Sunday, September 10, from 2 PM to 5 PM; announcements and awards will be made at 3:30 PM. The opening will include live jazz by the Elliott Levin Trio.
Admission is free. Works can be viewed at the reception and by appointment.
Submitted works will be judged by Philadelphia artist/musician Melinda Steffy. Steffy is executive director of the music nonprofit LiveConnections and sings with the Chestnut Street Singers.
The show’s prospectus can be downloaded from the Plastic Club’s website at .
The Plastic Club, located on quaint, historic Camac Street, was founded in 1897 to support art and artists. “Plastic” means in-progress or changeable.