Unquiet Fury Exhibition – Public Open Reception

Join us at The Crane Local Gallery on February 9 from 6 – 9 PM for the Public Reception for the poignant exhibition “Unquiet Fury” From January 28 through March 11, 2023 the InLiquid is pleased to present Unquiet Fury: The Women’s Uprising in Iran a solo show by the Iranian American, Nazanin Moghbeli that

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Arch Enemy Arts presents TABERNACLE by Maryann Held and WAX & WANE by Brian Serway

Arch Enemy Arts 109 Arch Street Philadelphia, PA 19106 Arch Enemy Arts is thrilled to present: TABERNACLE, an enchanting series of 10 new and original paintings by Maryann Held. In this solo feature, the local artist continues her explorations in design and color through acrylic paint and gold ink, with each work reverently housed in

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2/10 + 2/11 Tintype Portraits at Moon+Arrow

Join us at Moon+Arrow for a special Valentine’s Day weekend tintype pop-up with Cj! Our favorite photographer is setting up shop in Moon+Arrow again. This historical process is like watching magic, leaving you with a tangible, beautiful photographic heirloom printed on tin. The perfect activity to share with your loved one or a special treat

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Feminist Flea Mini Market

“Feminist Flea Mini Market” is an evening market curated by Zissel of Feminist Flea Market & Craft Fair and designer Bokeum Jeon to highlight local artists and makers for the holiday season. Featuring 10 unique vendors, 50+ local artists currently selling at Baby Tooth, and the 1ST-floor shops of BOK, the market makes shopping from

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Natural Holiday Arrangement

Plants collected for their winter interest provide an abundant palette for creating uniquely beautiful holiday arrangements. Combine fragrant evergreens, pinecones, berries, decorative branches, and other natural delights into an elegant seasonal display for your home or to give as a gift. Bring hand pruners and a medium-to-large box to transport your finished arrangement home. This

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Elegant Winter Container Workshop

Give entryways a festive, elegant look from now until the new year with a classic outdoor urn arrangement. This hands-on class includes an introduction to design principles and all the elements needed to create a long-lasting display of native winterberry, magnolia, and evergreen branches. Bring hand pruners and a large box to transport your finished

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Spiral Q’s 22nd Annual Peoplehood Parade

Join us as we march in celebration of the People – especially those who live and work at the forefront of fighting against oppression and discrimination. Peoplehood is handmade and people powered, bringing the community together with giant puppets, drum lines, banners, performances, and art. The parade begins at 1pm at the Paul Robeson House

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A Sketchbook of Fungi

September is a great month for foraging for fungi. Starting a sketchbook of mushrooms can be a wonderful way to document your finds, enhance your observational skills, and refine your drawing technique. We’ll discuss how to begin a fall fungi sketchbook. Graphite, archival pens, or watercolor – or all three…it’s up to you. Basic mushroom

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Arts & Culture: Openings and Closings

Can’t miss art shows and festivals By Nancy Chen Asian American Film Festival Nov. 9–19 at International House, Asian Arts Initiative and other venues Celebrating its 10th anniversary this fall, the Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival is taking the opportunity to reflect. “This year’s festival will include a retrospective of significant Asian-American films in early

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2020 Vision

Artists stand in solidarity and look toward the next election By Brittany Barbato On Jan. 20—President Trump’s inauguration day—commuters and residents all around Philadelphia found signs of resistance dropped from dozens of buildings encouraging them on their way to work: You can’t take away our resilience, our humanity, our strength, our beauty. Aquí me quedo

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