The end is near! This is Episode 9 in the 10-episode Decade of artblog series. In this 3:11-minute episode we ask people what they are excited about in Philadelphia right now. The video was shot in the summer, so some things mentioned are past. But hear what’s on peoples’ minds — From Hidden City and Citywide, to Design Philadelphia, the Fringe Festival and the opening of 3rd Ward (now closed!) eleven people tell us what they’re really excited about. Next week we wrap it up! (Click the headline of this post to get to the video.) [Note from the editor: What ... More » »
In this episode, we visit First Friday exhibits on June 7, 2013, in the Vox building and talk with Matt Kalasky, Mary Smull, Douglas Witmer, David Dempewolf and Yuka Yokoyama. Less than two-minutes long, see what people have to say! [And don't forget about our Decade-of-artblog fundraising parties on Sept. 28, Nov. 7 and Nov. 9. Tickets are available at TicketLeap! And also, everyone is invited to come out for our first-ever event with Green Line Cafe! Unfiltered is a show-up-and-show exhibition at Green Line on Locust and 45th St., in which everyone is invited to show up, bring a ... More » »
In Episode 2 of our series, four members of the Philadelphia art community talk about how artblog creates community and provides many important services. Two minutes long! Sweet.
We are celebrating a decade of artblog! Some of our readers are helping us make a series of videos to celebrate. Here is a a little preview for you (click the headline to see the video). The short video episodes will be posted later this summer. If you would like to be in our videos, you can get in touch with us and we will try to schedule a time. Or, if you want, you can video your own testimonial and send it to us. Contact me, Sammi Jauch at email@example.com for more information.
We are celebrating a decade of artblog and would like you to help! We will be filming for our decade video on this Friday, June 7th at the Vox Populi building from 7:30-9pm. Please come out and share your thoughts and opinions on the artblog. We will be in various locations in the building so look for Roberta and myself, we will be the ones with the video camera. Hope to see you there!