Friday Forward: 7.18.14

Some of our favorites, from Friday to Friday. Visit the Happenings Page for the full calendar of arts events in the Philadelphia region and beyond.

toth_headerSaturday, July 19, 2 pm#GalleryTalk
Nicholas Toth, The Last Helmet Maker: If under the sea represents your summer style, dive into the gallery talk for the current exhibition at Material Culture. Nicholas Toth carries on the work of his grandfather, a master craftsman of diving helmets, using the original process and materials from the 1800s – copper and brass and 320 hours of labor.
Material Culture, 4700 Wissahickon Avenue, Suite 101, Philadelphia

Saturday, July 19, 7 pm#Screening
The Denizens of the Pines: It’s time for a sleepover with the Jersey Devil – if you dare. Gravy Studio & Gallery hosts a retreat in the Pine Barrens for a sneak peek into David Scott Kessler’s upcoming film Pines. $15 covers admission into the event, while an extra $10 guarantees a spot at a local campsite for the night.
Ashleigh homestead in Browns Mills, NJ

Sunday, July 20, 2 – 4 pm#Fundraiser
Renewal: ARTsisters brings a combo workshop-fundraiser to Old City Jewish Art Center in support of Women’s Way. The $5 suggested donation goes towards supporting women’s rights advocacy and education, while the mixed media memoir workshop celebrates the value of friendship. Just the right amount of positive vibes to get you through the week.
Old City Jewish Art Center, 119 N. Third Street, Philadelphia

belmarTuesday, July 22, 6:30 pm#Workshop
Belmar Marina Sunset Photowalk: Are you more of a walk-and-snap, or a camera crack shot? Upgrade your photo skills as you ride off – er walk – into the sunset along the Belmar Marina. Photographer Michael S. Miller teaches perspective and composition for a $10 cover.
The Boatworks, Belmar Arts, 608 River Road, Belmar, NJ

Wednesday, July 23, 7 pm#Screening
The Pursuit of Happiness: Tired of modern love? Try some colonial-era courtship on for size with the Secret Cinema screening of The Pursuit of Happiness, a 1934 comedy set in the revolutionary era. Doors open at 6 pm, giving you plenty of time to roll back your mindset with the current exhibition, Jefferson, Philadelphia, and the Founding of a Nation. The free admission event packs a triple-punch, thanks to a bonus discussion by film historian Richard Barrios.
American Philosophical Society Museum, 104 S. Fifth Street, Philadelphia

Katherine Kurtz

My paintings frequently lead me through mysterious places that hint of dreams, memories, landscapes, or the dense rhythms…

My paintings frequently lead me through mysterious places that hint of dreams, memories, landscapes, or the dense rhythms of music. Bold colors and free gestures can produce serene minimal paintings…

My paintings frequently lead me through mysterious places that hint of dreams, memories, landscapes, or the dense rhythms of music. Bold colors and free gestures can produce serene minimal paintings suggesting alternative…

Don Gordon

A long-time Philadelphia native, Don has worked as a marketing writer for several companies as well as a local university.…

A long-time Philadelphia native, Don has worked as a marketing writer for several companies as well as a local university. His degree is in English Literature.…

A long-time Philadelphia native, Don has worked as a marketing writer for several companies as well as a local university. His degree is in English Literature.…

Rebecca Kelly
Caitlin T. McCormack

Caitlin McCormack is an InLiquid artist member.…

Caitlin McCormack is an InLiquid artist member.…

Caitlin McCormack is an InLiquid artist member.…

Adam Erlbaum

Whether memoir and short story writing, or figurative and abstract painting, Adam Erlbaum's creative practice remains…

Whether memoir and short story writing, or figurative and abstract painting, Adam Erlbaum's creative practice remains a constant during these changes of place. His internal explorations continually…

Whether memoir and short story writing, or figurative and abstract painting, Adam Erlbaum's creative practice remains a constant during these changes of place. His internal explorations continually led back to abstract…

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