Post: Philadelphia Open Studio Tours – Northwest and West

Philadelphia Open Studio Tours (POST), a program of The Center for Emerging Visual Artists, offers a behind-the-scenes look at a day in the life of a visual artist. The largest open studio tours in the region spotlight the vitality of Philadelphia’s visual arts scene and underscore the important contributions artists make to our city’s economic and civic life. Great for all ages, this citywide festival features studio visits, hands-on demos, workshops, artist talks, receptions, exhibitions and more—all through an approachable and easy-to-navigate, self-guided tour.

InLiquid is excited for our Members that are participating in these tours. Below is a list of all participating InLiquid artists and where you can find them throughout the weekend of October 14th – 15th:

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Saturday,  October 14th, 2017
North of Market West of Broad
Includes: East Falls, Roxborough, Manayunk, Chestnut Hill, Mt Airy, and Germantown

Zip 19144
Nancy Agati
4732 Stenton Avenue 2nd Floor

Herman Street Studios
20 East Herman Street
Rebecca Schultz
Bettina Clowney
Melissa Maddonni Haims, First Floor

 

Gina Michaels
5535 Lena Street

Zip 19127
Denise Philipbar
4732 Stenton Avenue Studio C-3

Zip 19128
Matthew Courtney
322 Salaignac Street

Zip 19129
Scotts Mills Studios
3510 Scotts Lane – Building 32
Dora Ficher – Studio 118
Lyn Godley – Studio 102-103
Donna Quinn – Studio 207/208

Zip 19119
Colin Keefe
25 West Mt. Airy Avenue

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Sunday, October 15
South of Market West of Broad
Incudes: West Philadelphia, Fairmount, Brewerytown, Center City West, Graduate Hospital, and Point Breeze

Zip 19146
Bhavisha Patel
2503 Naudain Street

Maria Schneider
NextFab
2025 Washington Avenue

Karen Stabenow
2116 Naudain Street

Lauren Sweeney
2102 Naudain Street

Zip 19104
Lorraine Glessner
AIRspace Gallery
4007 Chestnut Street

Roger Wing
894 North 40th Street

Zip 19103
Erica Harney
47Arts
47 E. High St, 19144

Zip 19143
Tremain Smith
520 South 59th Street

Christopher Wood
5213 Grays Ave #239

Diane Marimow

Diane Marimow is a Philadelphia ceramic artist. Diane's dynamic, abstract totems and wall sculptures are inspired by the…

Diane Marimow is a Philadelphia ceramic artist. Diane's dynamic, abstract totems and wall sculptures are inspired by the movement of marine life.…

Diane Marimow is a Philadelphia ceramic artist. Diane's dynamic, abstract totems and wall sculptures are inspired by the movement of marine life.…

Nancy Agati
Michael Marks

Michael Marks is largely a self-taught “amateur,” having never attempted to make a living from photography. That said, he…

Michael Marks is largely a self-taught “amateur,” having never attempted to make a living from photography. That said, he has taken some classes as electives in college, read a lot, self discovered a lot…

Michael Marks is largely a self-taught “amateur,” having never attempted to make a living from photography. That said, he has taken some classes as electives in college, read a lot, self discovered a lot more, made many great…

Virginia Joyce

Virgini'a paintings are bold in color and the ink mingles with the dots of complimentary and contrasting acrylics.…

Virgini'a paintings are bold in color and the ink mingles with the dots of complimentary and contrasting acrylics.…

Virgini'a paintings are bold in color and the ink mingles with the dots of complimentary and contrasting acrylics.…

Thomas Miles

Thomas Miles works at the nexus of multiple visual art forms, including sculpture, photography and video. His sculptures,…

Thomas Miles works at the nexus of multiple visual art forms, including sculpture, photography and video. His sculptures, Big Ben at Franklin Town and the Sign Boy, are among the most viewed works of public…

Thomas Miles works at the nexus of multiple visual art forms, including sculpture, photography and video. His sculptures, Big Ben at Franklin Town and the Sign Boy, are among the most viewed works of public art in Philadelphia.…

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