It’s not summer yet but it feels like summer. So here’s some nice, summery things to do this weekend
Thursday, June 12
The Print Center
Horenstein, currently featured at Gallery 339 in his show Animalia will speak at the Print Center about his art and his many books including Honky Tonk and Animalia. Horenstein is a professor of photography at RISD.
Friday, June 13
Artbriefs Benefit Party
Friday, June 13,
Fundraising dance party for Artbriefs
Media Bureau 725 N. 4th St.
(4th and Brown)
Rebecca Saylor Sack, Jenny Jaskey, Annette Monnier, David Kessler and others have been working underground on a project to create an online listing and review site for Philadelphia. This is their first above ground event and it’s a party!!! Way to go.
Saturday June 14
11:30 Polish American String Band
11:45 Bagpiper Messiah Harley
NOON Dedication with Mayor Michael Nutter
1:10 Peter Watts Salsa Dance
1:45 Charanga La Unica Orchestra
2:30 Chosen Dance Group
Our good friend Ann Northrup‘s 6th mural (for the Mural Arts Program) debuts this weekend on a wall at K&A opposite Rite-Aid right next to the El. Come for the dedication and stay for the dancing! A good chance to hear Mayor Nutter talk about the importance of art in the city!
Saturday, June 14 and Sunday June 15
Inliquid’s Art for the Cash Poor
Live music,food and drinks, raffle, & more!
Crane Arts Building
1400 N. American Street, Philadelphia
food and drinks $$
Rain or Shine
We’ve participated in Inliquid‘s summer art fair other years but this year you’ll see us on the other side of the table, strolling the aisles and maybe making a purchase or two. Always a fun gig.