A few photos from our recent installation at The Shipley School in Bryn Mawr.
On display through December 20, you can catch pieces from Ben Woodward’s Dancing Critters series, as well as 10x10 works by:
Chogrin Muñoz (aka Joseph Game)
El Toro (Justin Nagtalon)
Director of Development – The Clay Studio
Deadline December 13:
Annual fundraising goals. Development activities. Community awareness.
Call for Artists – Art in the Open 2014
Deadline December 15:
Schuylkill River Bank. Urban and natural spaces. Public engagement.
Call for Entries – Unframed
Deadline December 15:
All digital show. 3 images. $20 entry fee.
More info: http://inliquid.org/opportunities/exhibitions/
The deadline to apply to be considered for #Benefitv14’s limited edition print is this Monday, December 8.
If you want your work reviewed by this year’s jurors, visit bit.ly/v14artwork:
Eric Rymshaw and Jim Fulton - Fury Design.
Shelley Spector - Independent Curator
Shelley Langdale - Philadelphia Museum of Art, Associate Curator of Prints & Drawings
Miriam Singer - Artist & #Benefitv13 Juror Pick
Animated Architecture Holiday Benefit Reception - SUPERLUMENARY studios
Friday, December 6 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Curated by InLiquid member Sean Stoops
319 N. 11th Street, # 2J
Well Hung: The Print Center Annual Auction - The Print Center
Saturday, December 7 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Cost: $25, $100 Preview @ 5 pm
1614 Latimer Street
Third Annual Member Exchange - Second State Press
Thursday, December 12 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
1400 N. American Street
More info: http://inliquid.org/blog/events/category/fundraisers/
When can you find Elvis and Beethoven in the same room?
And no, this isn’t the setup for a really bad pun.
Through sculptural tableaus, a salon-style installation, found objects, and collage, John Y. Wind of Maximal Art takes his fine art on the road to Select Fair Miami, December 4 - 8, with The John Y. Wind Portrait Gallery.
"The mash up of materials and sensibilities is kind of delirious, and at the same time very personal and a little embarrassing."
Read our full interview with the artist on the blog:
Photos by Brian Hunt of Ethimofoto.—
Yesterday, our partners at Here’s My Chance, Philadelphia Lawyers for Social Equity, and the Defender Association of Philadelphia joined us for a morning panel with local and national members of the justice community, an afternoon expungement clinic where we cleared the records of Philly youth, and an evening awards ceremony where we promised to continue our commitment to art for action.
Thank you for everyone who joined us in supporting Juvenile in Justice. We look forward to bringing you more exciting arts programming for our 15th anniversary.
Join us here: bit.ly/supportIL