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Art for the Cash Poor

InLiquid Gallery 1400 N American St, Gallery 108, Crane Arts Building, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Join InLiquid Saturday, June 10th from 12 - 6 pm for our annual affordable art fair, Art for the Cash Poor! Enjoy local art at the 23rd annual installment of this art fair that directly benefits visual artists, designers, and craftspeople. InLiquid invites the public to experience and support an accessible and thriving Philadelphia creative community, on the 1400 + 1500 blocks of N. American St. Enjoy art, crafts, music, and more! With more than 100 artists, all work is priced under $250 and all proceeds from art sales go directly to the artists. For more information please visit https://www.inliquid.org/aftcp/aftcp2023


Natural Dyeing with Riverside Plants

Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education, 8480 Hagy's Mill Road, Philadelphia, PA, 19128, United States

In this workshop with LandLab artist-in-residence Bitter Kalli, participants will learn about spring and summer plants found along the Schuylkill River that can be used to create natural dyes. Participants will learn the fundamentals of natural dyeing and will then naturally dye their own fabric. Participants are invited to bring their own items of clothing or fabric to dye, but this is not required; we will provide dye materials and fabric. This event is open to the general public; registration is required as space is limited to 10 participants.


Museum for Art in Wood presents Seeing Through Space Artist Talk with Nadia Kaabi-Linke

Zoom, Online Only

Join the Museum for Art in Wood for an engaging artist talk with artist Nadia Kaabi-Linke, whose work is included in the current exhibition The Mashrabiya Project – Seeing Through Space. Kaabi-Linke is the fourth featured artist to speak in the exhibition’s ongoing lecture series. In this virtual talk, Kaabi-Linke will share her artistic journey and her connection to mashrabiya in the context of architecture, art, craft, and community. Nadia Kaabi-Linke was born Tunis, Tunisia, and raised in Tunisia and the United Arab Emirates. She graduated from the University of Fine Arts, Tunis, in 1999, and earned a Ph.D. at


Hand Printing from Nature

morris arboretum 100 E Northwestern Ave, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Join Laura Bethmann, artist and author of Hand Printing From Nature, to learn about and create detailed, life-size prints of fresh garden plants in this hands-on workshop. Practiced by luminaries such as Leonardo da Vinci and Ben Franklin, we will explore the intriguing ancient art and science of nature printing using fresh botanicals. The nature-printing technique is a simple, direct-printing process that stirs our kinship with the earth and charges our creative energies. Laura will discuss some of the fascinating history of this practice and demonstrate basic techniques. No previous art experience is necessary, just bring your love of plants!

$75 – $80


American Swedish Historical Museum 1900 Pattison Ave, Philadeplhia, PA, United States

Join us on June 24th for American Swedish Historical Museum's Midsommarfest. Midsommarfest is a fun day for the entire family with traditional Swedish food, live music provided by the Last Chance duo, and activities for all ages. During the event, you can purchase flower crowns and refreshments. Also, check out our Swedish used book sale and Mormor's Attic Shop, which is filled with second-hand treasures. Tickets are $5, and children under 5 are free. The event includes Museum admission.

Resistance Garden Community Celebration & Fundraiser

One Art Community Center 1431-39 North 52nd Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Join us for our community gathering in honor of Painted Bride's Resistance Garden project! This past year, our Resistance Garden project saw over 2,350 Philadelphians engage with the vibrant urban gardens of our city in fun, creative ways – including foraging tours, educational zines, and youth arts programming. We’ll celebrate our year’s work together with food, drink, family-friendly activities, and live music. Performances include SNACKTIME, Ursula Rucker & Tim Motzer, and Oluwafemi. Admission is free, but donations are much appreciated. Your contribution would support our celebration of our partners’ vital cultural work, as well as our future growth as a


Walk Around Philadelphia : 2023 Exhibit @ Cherry St Pier

Cherry Street Pier 121 North Christopher Columbus Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA, United States

This exhibit features images from the city’s edge created by artists who’ve set out to explore the city’s border on foot. Since 2016, Walk Around Philadelphia has evolved into a citywide public program that has facilitated the exploration of the city’s furthest (and wildest) margins for hundreds of Philadelphians. Walk Around Philadelphia creates cultural events that bring people together in shared experiences that connect them to their own bodies, their neighbors, and the landscape of Philadelphia. Through facilitated walks, exhibitions and narrative storytelling, the project uses the structure of exploring the city’s perimeter to engage with themes of borders and


Geographic Perspectives on Climate Change Mitigation in Urban and Rural Environments

The first edition of the Geographic Perspectives on Climate Change Mitigation in Urban and Rural Environments conference aims to discuss and elaborate on topics pertaining to climatic mitigation in urban and rural environments in nations and cities, specifically in a geographic context. These geographic contexts include Hydrology, Climatology, Digital Geography, and more. The conference will aggregate research that innovates and disseminates upon topics pertaining to climatic mitigation in urban and rural environments, weather forecasting, atmospheric pollution, governmental policies affecting climate change, geographic cultural shifts due to climate change, sustainable transit systems, and more.