Post Ferguson: My Son Matters!

Opening Reception April 17 at 6 pm. Solo exhibition runs April 10 through May 31, 2015. Admission free.

Post Ferguson. Denise Allen, photographer, deeply impacted, writes:

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(c) Denise Allen

“I am an African American single mother and I have a son. I have always taught my son to be respectful and to do what is right.  Now I realize that I also have to teach my son how to survive in a world where he will be treated differently because of the color of his skin.  All across this country, this is the heartbreaking discussion black parents are having with their teenage kids — telling them that being black in America means they must watch how they dress, how they move, how they behave. It means being deferential to authority and suffering indignities in silence rather than face the risks of speaking out.”

Quote1Ms. Allen, responds with My Son Matters, an exhibition consisting of 35 portraits of African-American single mothers and their sons, with written declarations by those women. It elevates and honors the relationship between mothers and their sons, while shining a loving light on the young men whose existence is often stigmatized. Not only does this exhibit document the concerns and the struggles mothers go through to raise their sons, but it gives engaged mothers a platform to re-envision their sons’ images. Images, that have been and continue to be portrayed as negative and demeaning.

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(c) Denise Allen

There will also be portraits of young men appearing in hoodies, set in an environment, which rings true to their individual strength and uniqueness. All photography in this exhibition is a response to an epidemic of police violence in the black community, particularly against African-American young men.

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(c) Denise Allen

This exhibition highlights photographic art borne of the love and concern that the featured mothers have for their sons. Join us as we celebrate mother’s voices and hopes for their children and their future. Admission is free and open to the entire family. 

More about Denise Allen…

Denise is a single mother, an Art and Social Change Documentary photographer, and an art teacher. Years ago, she use to describe herself as simply an art teacher, or depending on the year, a photographer. Today her life has come full circle, and she considers herself to be an Art and Social Change Photographer that advocates and celebrates young African-American children and diversity.

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Denise Allen and her son Jordan. (c) Denise Allen

Upon graduation from Columbia College, Denise started her photography career in Chicago as a catalogue photographer and quickly moved to New York as a freelance photographer. Fortunately, she did not have to wait long to receive catalog and editorial work and became emerged in the Fashion Industry. The unfortunate part of this experience was she experienced the death of so many talented and creative people from the outbreak of the AIDS Virus. Denise was devastated and felt her photography was frivolous. She decided to do something that could give her life more meaning. So she went back to school to receive a Masters Degree in Art Education. Denise has worked as an art teacher for 25 years. During this time she developed mentoring and leadership programs for African-American children. She continued with her photography, but it lacked direction.

Denise believes that we are living in a moment where another epidemic is striking and so many of our bright future stars are being killed physically, mentally, and spiritually. This time the epidemic is affecting our African-American young males — Denise realizes that she does have a voice and can do something. This realization was triggered when she learned about the circumstances in the death of Trayvon Martin. The difference between then and now is that she knows she has power and knows her photography is not frivolous. Denise documents and share stories of African-American young men and their parents. She raises consciousness about the stigma associated with African-American males. Denise uses her photography as her tool, her weapon, and PART OF THE SOLUTION!

 

 

 

 

 

Speak! Outloud. At The Swerve. Where Poetry & Jazz Intersect.

Sat., May 2 @ 7 pm — 1st Saturday of every month. $5

You may have noticed over the last few months that a different poet hosts the Swerve alongside the jazz beats of Tank Keitt and Charles Witherspoon. It gives us the opportunity to swing to a different rhythm every month with all poets, both young and old, welcome to share their work. Love poetry? Come too!swerve_fb_profile

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(c) Sheppard Williams

This month’s host is André Saunders so we’ll be celebrating hip hop and spoken word. Don’t do spoken word? It’s all good…just bring it. The Swerve is a night of celebration, a community of poets and those that love the power of words supporting each other’s art.

Now a word from André:

“Art is self expression. Art is Freedom. Art allows us to be us completely. This event gives artists a chance to come together and give a piece of themselves to others. There aren’t any right or wrong answers. Just each artist opening up and leaving a piece of themselves on a stage. My vision for this event is to have a collection of people come together for an evening and appreciate each others stories and presence. To feel comfortable with each other and create a memorable energy amongst ourselves. I want everyone to enjoy themselves and at the end of the evening feel like they gained something valuable from their experience.”    Andre3  

Join us @ 11 West Mt. Airy Ave. on Saturday, May 2. Starts at 7 pm. $5

Meet André Saunders

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(c) Sheppard Williams

André Saunders is a hip-hop artist and poet from Philadelphia. Through his work he tries to capture the inner feelings and emotions of his audience. Knowing how powerful words can be, he uses them wisely as he reflects on honest moments of his life while also trying to be a positive influence to others. His storytelling and honest approach has been successful as he continues to further progress as an artist.

 

Third Annual Artists’ Garage Sale

FINAL-Garage-Sale-2015With the arrival of Spring, garage sale season is again upon us. And we are ready to sell you some amazing finds—all arts related. So, on Saturday, May 9, from 10 AM-3 PM, we’re holding an Third Annual Artists’ Garage Sale and inviting all of YOU! 

Our artists are looking to lighten their loads and clean out their spaces—all to your advantage! And there is something for everyone, art lovers, parents of budding young artists, schools, and artists alike. If you’re an artist, especially those working on a budget, this is the place for you. You don’t have to be a starving artist to reap the benefits of this sale. Perhaps you’d like to start an art collection or maybe you’re a parent who needs to restock your kids’ crafts or an art-lover looking for a good deal. Regardless of your incentive, these deals will not disappoint! 

Most items will be priced to sell, ranging from only $1-$40 (for that extra special original piece), so be sure to stop by. Just look at the array of items that have already come in: 

·      Original artwork

·      Original glass work

·      Paints

·      Tins and storage boxes

·      Sculpture stands

·      Art magazines and books

·      Art containers and display boxes

·     Tool Boxes

·      Drawing materials, inks, sketchpads

·      Frames

·      Canvas

·      Collage materials

·      Handmade paper

·      And much more…

They say, “One person’s trash is another person’s treasure” and, in this case, it truly applies! With materials and supplies priced this low, it would be foolish to miss out. So, bring your appetite for an aesthetic deal and get ready to find a deal that’s bound to please!

The Mt. Airy Art Garage’s Artists’ Garage Sale runs from 10 AM – 3 PM on Saturday, May 9 at 11 West Mt. Airy Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19119. Admission is FREE and all proceeds will support the Mt. Airy Art Garage. All leftovers will be donated to Houston School.

For further information, call 215.242.5074 or visit www.mtairyartgarage.org.

Youth Poet Cohosts The Next Swerve!

Saturday, April 4 at 7 pm.

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April is National Poetry Month. Philadelphia is looking for it’s next Youth Poet Laureate. Sounds like the perfect combination to celebrate at the Swerve!

This has been an amazing year for the evolution of The Swerve!  We have heard so many talented voices, breathing words of wisdom through our mic, challenging our ideas, pushing us to pick at our heart scabs.  We have been left breathless and in awe of the raw life moments laid down at our audience’s grateful feet.  And now, we reach out to the young poets in our region, anxious to share our space and our vision, ready to clap, and snap, and gasp at the talent that takes our stage.  Will you join us?  

Come out and throw down your spoken word skills.  Bring your friends and your original works.  Revel in the joy that follows. 

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Poet and Cohost, Che Carter

On Saturday, April 4, our doors open at 7 PM.  This is an Open Mic event being co-hosted by Mary Ann Domanska and Che Carter (10th grader at Springside Chestnut Hill Academy).  We’re encouraging poets of ALL ages to join us for one electric evening of powerful prose.  Plus let’s not forget our live jazz backbeats. Post it, share it, and put it on your calendar!

ALSO, you still have time to apply to be Philadelphia’s next Youth Poet Laureate! Philadelphia’s Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy (OACCE) is now accepting applications.  Entries must be submitted online or postmarked by April 10, 2015.  You can reach them HERE.

 

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Poet and Cohost Mary Ann Domanska

What Poetry Is

 It rips through the flesh

            to get at the guts

It uses a scalpel to peel back

            the truth of things

 

Am I making you uncomfortable?

            Do you hate the sight of blood?

 

It is what we’re made of,

            this liquid of life

and poetry performs anatomical dissections

            on the meat of us

 

 This lancet has a thin, sharp blade

            of particular words,

 words that slice through 

            to our aching souls

because what we hear can 

            quicken the heartbeat

 

Poets are surgeons, of a sort, 

            trained in the school of life experiences

and they are skilled at handling

            scars and contusions

those nights that have left us 

            beaten down and injured at the core

 

A poem might begin like a saline drip, 

hydrating and soothing our emptiness            

then slowly it works its way

            into our bones

 

With just the right twist of a lyrical phrase

            you feel an easing of pain and lessoning of rage

the anesthesia of knowing another soul understands

            unburdens your body

relaxes your mind

            calms your heart

 

They say surgery is 

an ancient medical specialty

Then writing is an 

ancient unraveling of ghosts

and we are the interpreters 

of these maladies

stitching up the afflictions of living

with syllables and tones

seeking out the cures with gentle 

controlled strokes of a pen

 

and everyone of you can find your remedies 

in our words

 

Mary Ann Domanska

February, 2015

 

The Gender Weave Project Challenges “Social Norms” of Gender & Identity

Opening Reception Feb. 27 @ 6 pm. Exhibition runs through March 29.

In observance of Women’s History Month, the Mt. Airy Art Garage (MAAG) will present The Gender Weave Project featuring the work of Moore College of Art & Design students. The exhibition will run February 27 – March 29 with an opening reception on February 27 at 6 pm. Admission for the exhibition and opening is free.

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(c) Emilie Didyoung

On March 8, International Women’s Day, a panel, “Weaving Equality—Exploring Gender and the Arts,” building on the exhibition and featuring artists and educators throughout the city will be held from 3 pm – 5 pm. Panelists include Girls Rock Philly, Lascivious Jane, Van Nguyen, Arleen Olshan, Kathryn Pannepacker, E. Simon Ruchti, Spiral Q, and Chea Villanueva. Admission is $10. All events are at MAAG, located at 11 West Mt. Airy Avenue.

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(c) Nicole Melnicky

Moore is the first and only women’s visual arts college in the U. S. so it is fitting that MAAG is collaborating with the College on this exhibition, including the work of Jacquelyn Daley, Emilie Didyoung, Lydia Knopp, Lydia Nobles, Sabrina Salgado, Nicole Melnicky, Ava Mallett, Alexandra Mosoeanu, Mary Boran, Maryann Worrell and Caitlin Tschanz. The artists’ work will investigate their relationships to gender and identity. Some may make more traditional choices and some may challenge conventional norms while others may choose to address their intersecting identities. The Gender Weave Project, also featuring the work of invited guest professional artists such Carol Loeffler, Arleen Olshan, Kathryn Pannepacker, Kathy Robinson, Heather Ujiie, Carol Wisker, and Maryann Worrell, will examine “social norms” in its efforts to overcome prejudice and misconceptions and increase public awareness.

Support provided in part by:

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“Weaving Equality — Exploring Gender & The Arts”… An International Women’s Day Celebration

Sunday, March 8, International Women’s Day, 3-5 pm

It’s our third year of celebrating International Women’s Day! genderweave_flyer_v5-2What better way to dialogue with fellow artists and art lovers than under the umbrella of the Gender Weave Exhibition. We are delighted to mix it up with an unfolding list of participants including Lascivious Jane (Liberty City Kings), Van Nguyen (performance artist), Arleen Olshan (painter), Kathryn Pannepacker (fiber artist), E. Simon Ruchti (Asst. Prof. Women’s and Gender Studies, Westchester U.), Jennifer Turnbull (Spiral Q), Chea Villanueva (writer), and others.

Artists will examine the intersection of sexuality, gender identity, women’s equality and “social norms” within their work and lives. It’s an interactive and empowering afternoon celebrating International Women’s Day and the Gender Weave Project. Build community, be part of the conversation. Join us. $10 donation.

 

Panelists Include:

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Lascivious Jane is a full time producer and performer. She has been performing and producing burlesque for more than 8 years and is the founding member and Artistic Director & proud Glitter Mama of Philadelphia’s multi award-winning Liberty City Kings Drag & Burlesque AKA LiCK, Philly’s largest and most diverse performance troupe. She is a Canadian transplant to Philly who moved here 13 years ago for grad school and never wants to leave. When she is not working on her Ph.D in Human Sexuality or working out new numbers for the stage, she can be found covered in dirt on her organic mini urban farm or standing over a hot canning pot in the kitchen preserving the harvest. She is the producer of LiCK’s monthly Vixens & Vagabonds Queer & Kinky Cabaret, the longest running drag (and burlesque) show at her home bar Tabu, every 1st Saturday and recently won the title of Ms. Philadelphia Leather 2015.

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Van is a genderqueer Vietnamese-American educator, activist, and performing artist raised and rooted in Philadelphia. She is a board member of the Leeway Foundation, a performer and web coordinator of the Liberty City Kings Drag and Burlesque troupe, steering committee member of Hotpot!, Philadelphia’s queer Asian/Pacific Islander women and trans folk gathering, and a former Philadelphia Trans Health Conference Kids Camp program director.

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The Mt. Airy Art Garage was Arleen’s brain child. Initially her goal was create a space where artists could collaborate—have studios, a gallery, classroom and performance space to build community. With the tremendous partnership of her wife Linda Slodki and the support of the Northwest Community, this dream, launched in 2009, has come to fruition. 

Arleen is a graduate of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, with a BFA in Painting from the University of Arts (then the Philadelphia College of Art). She is also a master in handcrafted leather accessories, which she has worked in for over 50 years.

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Kathryn Pannepacker is a textile/visual artist living in Philadelphia, PA. She graduated from Penn State University with a major in English and a minor in art. Afterwards, she apprenticed with 3rd generation French tapestry weaver, Jean Pierre Larochette and his partner, Yael Lurie, a painter and designer for tapestry. Kathryn then went to Aubusson, France to continue weaving as an artist-in-resident. She also had the opportunity to be an artist-in-resident in Hachioji, Japan, through the Japan Foundation.

Though still weaving pictorial tapestry, she also weaves with unusual materials. Through the Mural Arts Program in Philadelphia, Kathryn painted a 7′ x 500 ft. wide mural called Wall of Rugs: the global language of textiles at Girard and Belmont Avenues featuring the textiles of 42 countries. Part 2 was completed at Broad and Lehigh Streets. Her most recent painted-to-look-like-knitting & crochet-mural, Nana Blankets, can be seen in North Philly.

Kathryn exhibits locally, nationally and internationally, and has work in private and public collections. In the summers of 2010 & 2013, she was in Canada doing an outdoor textile installation for the international textile arts event at Moon Rain Center. She is committed to the transformative power of art in people’s lives and the sustainability of such transformation by involving the community.

See her featured on the cover/Spring 2009 issue of AMERICAN CRAFT. 

E. Simon Ruchti, Ph.D.Simon

Simon is an assistant professor of Women’s and Gender Studies and Philosophy at West Chester University. After completing a Bachelors in Theatre and Dramatic Literature at Mount Holyoke College, Simon went on to earn her Masters in Performance Studies at New York University and her doctorate in Interdisciplinary Arts at Ohio University. Both her master’s thesis and dissertation examined the relationship between gender and performance. Simon has also worked as a director and dramaturge for theatrical productions, spent five years in the film industry, and even had the opportunity to direct a baroque opera. Her areas of expertise include queer theory, feminist theory, performance theory, and masculinity studies. Currently, however, Simon’s scholarship focuses on her work with fraternity men to fight rape culture.

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Jennifer Turnbull uses art, the most powerful tool of communication, to transcend man-made boundaries. Inspired by the everyday, Jennifer Turnbull illuminates stories with the strongest themes and sometimes most difficult experiences relevant to all audiences. Over 30 years ago Jennifer began formal training in Ballet and expanded to Jazz, Contemporary, Hip-Hop & West African dance.  Almost 20 years ago, choreography became an integral part of her expression, earning her awards for Excellence in Choreography from Deerfield Academy and Tufts University.

Turnbull seeks to redefine the terms of art-education, believing in the power it harnesses, to revolutionize our formal education systems. Jennifer teaches Dance and Visual Arts in Philadelphia with Spiral Q Puppet Theater and the Barnes Foundation. Collaboratively she works with visionaries making music, dance and site-specific performance with SWARM and BARETEETH.

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Chea Villanueva’s fiction and poetry has been published in numerous anthologies throughout the U.S., Asia, and Europe and is the author of two books of short fiction—Bulletproof Butches and Jessie’s Song. Villanueva identifies as a male or male identified Stone Butch and was featured in the late Christopher Lee’s film, Trappings of Transhood, a documentary about gender identity. 

 

 

 

Philadelphia Through The Lens

Exhibition Runs Wed., Jan. 14 through Friday, Feb. 20. Opening Reception Friday, Jan. 16 @ 6 pm

Picture the collision of people, landscapes, and architecture that give Philadelphia

its unique essence—the hustle and bustle, the tranquility, community, isolation.

Capture the heartbeat of Philadelphia through the photographer’s eye.

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Abandoned Mt. Pleasant Garage on Lincoln Drive by Sheppard Williams

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Chinese New Year 2 by Dan Ravasio

    The Mt. Airy Art Garage presents various local photographers who share their vision of Philadelphia including realistic imagery, abstraction, black & white, color, 35mm, digital and all options that the artists’ eye can imagine.

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Lost Language of Cranes by Robert Silverman

  Join us as we celebrate Philadelphia through the eyes of the following artists: Denise Allen, Poppy Rae Bass, Kevin Bennett, Nathalie Borozny, Bill Brookover, Frank Burd, William B. Hanson, Elfie Harris, James Hay, Judy Levy, Dan Ravasio, Robert Silverman, Patricia Cousins Smith, Nicki Toizer, Joe Vescovich, Andrew Walker, and Sheppard Williams.

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Tulips by Poppy Rae Bass

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Out by Nicki Toizer

 

The Swerve Returns & “Sap Is Rising” With Guest Host Susan Windle

swerve_web-landing-page_templateSaturday, Feb. 7, 7 pm @ 11 West Mt. Airy Ave.

Sap Is Rising: with Poet Susan Windle
This month’s Swerve, will be hosted by Mt. Airy poet, performer, tree-hugger and people lover Susan Windle. Susan writes, “I love sharing poetry with people. I love to be with people who are sharing what has heart and meaning for us, so teaming up with my friends at the Mt. Airy Art Garage for this late winter gathering is a joy! I call this gathering “Sap is Rising” because the life that’s beginning in the trees is moving within us too, and when we come together in poetry and song, that life is strengthened and sweetened. So bring your tree poems, your February musings, your secret stirrings of spring, any writings that bring you closer to this particular moment in the turning of the year— your own words or the words of someone you admire—poetry or prose—whatever you’d like to share out loud.”

Just want to listen and take it all in? That’s fine too. Just come. As always, a soulful jazz backbeat will support and inspire our voices and please our ears, thanks to Tank Keitt and Charles Witherspoon on percussion, drums, and bass.

Just want to listen and take it all in? That’s fine too. Just come. Saturday, Feb. 7 @ 7 pm, 11 West Mt. Airy Ave. (19119). $5 admission. For more information call 215.242.5074.

FERTILITY SONGSusan Windle
No flowers.
But each year in February
the sun
comes throbbing through
webs of bare branches,
touches my skin,
softens the path
where I walk
to the beat of dripping icicles
and the high flute
of the chickadee.
My womb aches—
opens.

I want your song
sung
through me.

— Susan Windle

Poet Susan Windle uses her craft to explore and share the wonders of everyday life, to strengthen community, and to challenge the forces of injustice within and without. Relishing the resonances between voices, she collaborates frequently with musicians, visual artists, spiritual leaders and activists. She writes poems for community choirs, for non-profit and progressive organizations, as well as for personal celebrations. Her most recent book, Through the Gates—A Practice for Counting the Omer, is a spiritual memoir and daily guide in letters and poems. Other books include Love Letters, Between the Doors, and Already Near You: Poetry in Concert, a compilation of poems performed with co-creator Ellen Ford Mason.

Open Call For Artists: Philadelphia Through The Lens

Deadline Sunday, Jan. 4, 2015

Open Call For Photographers“Philadelphia Through the Lens”

The Mt. Airy Art Garage is calling all photographers to share their vision of Philadelphia including realistic imagery, abstraction, black & white, color, 35mm, digital and all options that the artists’ eye can imagine. Picture the collision of people, landscapes, and architecture that give Philadelphia its unique essence—the hustle and bustle, the tranquility, community, isolation. Capture the heartbeat of this city through the photographers’ eye.

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“River Walk” by Michael Albany

MAAG has attracted numerous photographers, and this is our first opportunity to celebrate this art form. Both 2D & 3D are welcome. Maximum size 4′ x 4′, up to two submissions per application.

Participation includes a jurying fee of $10/per piece for MAAG members, $15/per piece for nonmembers. You may submit your fee via check (see application) or you may submit via PayPal below. All submissions are due Sunday, January 4, 2015. We will notify you of acceptance to the show by Wednesday, Jan. 7. Delivery will be January 10/11. The opening reception will be Friday, January 16.

You can download your application here. You may also download submission guidelines for the Mt Airy Art Garage here.

For more information contact us at info@mtairyartgarage.org or call 215.242.5074.

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Support Your Local Artists @ MAAGs 5th Annual Holiday Art Market

Dec. 6/7 and Dec. 20/21 from noon to 6 pm

ElizabethRosenbergWhat do you get when you have more than 40 local artists selling their unique original artwork, combined with live music, food, and holiday cheer for the entire family and free of charge?

JackieClifton2You get our 5th Annual Holiday Art Market Extravaganza at the Mt. Airy Art Garage (MAAG). You’re bound to be searching for that perfect gift for someone special (such as ceramics by Jackie Clifton on the right and painting by Elizabeth Rosenberg on the left)—and what better place to find it than at MAAG, a creative center for emerging and professional artists in Northwest Philadelphia. On Saturdays and Sundays, Dec. 6/7 and Dec. 20/21, from noon – 6 PM, MAAG will be hosting this not to be missed weekend of art and celebration.

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(c) Lee Muslin

MAAG will open its doors and offer the community a diverse selection of fine art and handcrafts created by local Northwest artists ranging from emerging artists to those who have exhibited at the Smithsonian.

Participating artists include:

Kevin Bennett, Sheila and Debbie Brown, Peter Bruckner, Tina Bruckner, Jackie Clifton, Suzanne Clune, James Hay, Andrea Abrams Herbert, Tom Herbert, Shari Johnson, Sharon Kenny, Gail Lloyd, Lee Muslin, MAAG Quilt Club, Arleen Olshan, Roberto Rashid, Alfredo Ratinoff, Helene Richardson, Kathy Robinson, Liz Rosenberg, Edward Sargent, Patricia Cousins Smith, Sara Steele, Laurel Schwass-Drew, Nettie Scott, Nicki Toizer, and Alex Worcester.

Artists will fill (to the brim) our 5,000 square foot gallery with one-of-a-kind items, for both adults and children, made by woodworkers, sculptors, painters, leather crafters, jewelers, fiber artists and weavers, photographers, ceramic and glass artists, and more. Plus with free admission, food and drink, as well as live music from local favorites Art Miron, Sad Patrick and Bethlehem, Andy Trackman and Gaille Hunter, Sarah Napolitan, Gene and Michel Chieffo, Gerry Whelan, Music In The Moment Improv Ensemble, and other guests, there’s bound to be something to please every name on your list.

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Collage by Edward Sargent

So, stop in at 11 West Mt. Airy Avenue. Bring your family. All are welcome to browse the unique display of original artwork and enjoy the holiday festivities. After all, supporting local artists (in the community you already love) surely beats going to the mall.

For more information, call 215.242.5074 or visit www.mtairyartgarage.org.

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Graphic tee’s and scarves by Laurel Schwass Drew

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hand-painted batik by Kathy Robinson