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Newsletter #450

January 30, 2012  

InLiquid's Annual Benefit 2.10.12

       

Forgot to make plans for Valentine's Day?  InLiquid is giving you three chances to celebrate with art: Second Thursday & Young Professionals Preview on February 9, Benefit v.12 on February 10, and Anti-Valentine's Day Party on February 14 (in partnership with the Food Trust).  Online bidding for InLiquid Benefit v.12 is now open, so you still have a chance to snag last-minute gifts as well.  Tickets on sale now to all of the events!

Join InLiquid! Our next membership deadline is February 28.

SAVE THE DATE! Art for the Cash Poor 13 will be on June 9 and 10.

You can keep track of upcoming events like the ones above by purchasing the InLiquid 2012 Calendar.

And be sure to spread the love by voting for the Clay Studio's Claymobile, which brings ceramic arts education to diverse populations, and help them reach their goal of winning $5,000 in gas.


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New on the Site

New work by Henry Bermudez.

Coming soon, new work by Judy Gelles, John Paul Klinkose, Michelle Marcuse, and Lynette Shelley.

Features on InLiquid Benefit v.12 and The Artist's Way.

New blog posts by Leah Abrams, Laurens Dhaenens, and Erica Minutella.

Save the Date! Art for the Cash Poor 13

InLiquid Artist Member News

Kathryn Pannepacker is a recipient of the 2011 Leeway Foundation Transformation Award.

Rebecca Gilbert and Johanna Inman have been chosen as Career Development Program Fellows by The Center for Emerging Visual Artists.

Zoe Strauss was featured in Philly Weekly.

Dolores Poacelli is teaching a mixed media class at Perkins Center for the Arts in Moorestown, NJ. Classes are Wednesdays 9:30 am – noon for ten weeks, from January 11 – March 14. Sign up here.

Susan Abrams‘ Platinum/palladium print “Three Witches” was selected as an Honorable Mention in the Professional Women Photographers 36th Anniversary Competition and will be included in the online gallery on PWP’s website from December 15 – May 14.

In February, master printmaker Candy Depew teaches a two-day introductory level silkscreen workshop at the Main Line Art Center in Haverford, where students will learn the basics of screen-printing on paper and fabric.

Through February 15 at Jeffrey Leder Gallery: International Painting NYC, featuring four paintings by Mary Powers Holt. Opening reception Sunday, January 8, 4 – 7 pm. 2147 45th Road, Long Island City, NY.

Through February 19 at Gershman Y: Corporeal, featuring work by Brooke Hine. 401 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Through February 24 at Penn State University: Seeing Red, a group show featuring work by Libbie Soffer. Opening reception Thursday, January 26, 6 – 8 pm. The Gallery, Great Valley, 30 E. Swedesford Road, PA.

Through February 25 at Dalet Gallery: Lunar Arrangements, including work by Leah Macdonald and Sandra Milner. Opening reception First Friday, February 3, 6 – 9 pm. 121 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

March 3 at DuMois Gallery: The Waking, featuring work by Candy Depew. 4921 Freret Street, New Orleans, LA.

Ellen Benson - Don't Go Out Without a Coat

Through March 3 at Penn Medicine at Radnor: Linda Dubin Garfield‘s work is included in the Delaware Valley Art League’s Winter Show. 250 King of Prussia Road, Radnor, PA.

Through March 4 at Jeffrey Leder Gallery: International Painting NYC, featuring four paintings by Mary Powers Holt. Opening reception Sunday, January 8, 4 – 7 pm. 2147 45th Road, Long Island City, NY.

Through March 10 at Fleisher Art Memorial: Heart Print, featuring work by Candy Depew. Opening reception Friday, February 17, 5:30 – 7:30 pm. 719 Catharine Street, Philadelphia.

Through March 25 at The Painted Bride Art Center: Clean Shirts and Dirty Business, a solo show by Libbie Soffer, presented by InLiquid. Opening reception First Friday, February 3, 5 – 7 pm. Reception First Friday, March 2, 5 – 7 pm. Click here to read the feature. 230 Vine Street, Philadelphia.

Through March 2012 at Blue Hill Arts & Cultural Center: The work of Rebecca Jacoby. 1 Blue Hill Plaza, Pearl River, NY.

Through May 2012 at The National Watch and Clock Museum: Found Time, an exhibition of found object clocks by Randall Cleaver. 514 Poplar Street, Columbia, PA.

Through April 2012 at the Philadelphia Museum of Art: Zoe Strauss‘ mid-career retrospective, Zoe Strauss: Ten Years. This exhibition will be the first the first critical assessment of her ten-year project to exhibit her photographs annually in a space beneath a section of Interstate-95 (I-95) in South Philadelphia.

Wednesday, February 1, 6 pm at Arts Cafe: The Brodsky Gallery presents Recent Work on Paper by Amze Emmons. The Kelly Writers House, 3805 Locust Walk, Philadelphia.

February 1 – 26 at Artists’ House Gallery: February exhibition, featuring work by Katherine Fraser. First Friday, February 3, 5 – 8:30 pm. Reception Sunday, February 5, 1 – 4 pm. 57 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

February 1 – 25 at CFEVA: Introduction 2012, an exhibition of work by New Career Development Program Fellows, including work by Rebecca Gilbert and Johanna Inman. Artist reception Wednesday, February 1, 6 – 8 pm. 237 S. 18th Street, Suite 3A, Philadelphia.

February 1 – 5, 2012 at Malvern Retreat House: Lynette Shelley will have work in the Art Show. 315 S. Warren Avenue, Malvern, PA.

February 1 – March 28 at Philadelphia Board of Ethics: Likeness, curated by Brooke Hine and featuring work by Katherine Fraser. Reception Thursday, February 2, 5:30 – 7:30 pm. 1441 Sansom Street, Second Floor, Philadelphia.

Thursday, February 2, 8 pm – 12 am at G Lounge: RAW: Natural Born Artists presents Activate. InLiquid artist Erin McGee Ferrell will be doing a live painting. Cost: $10 presale, $15 at the door. Cocktail attire, 21+. 111 S. 17th Street, Philadelphia.

February 2 – April 2 at McCabe Library: Wildly Human Group Art Show, featuring work by Lynette Shelley. Artist reception Thursday, February 16, 4 pm. Swarthmore College, 500 College Avenue, Swarthmore, PA.

February 2 – April 21 at Philadelphia Art Alliance: A Sense of Place, featuring work by Amy Orr. Opening reception Thursday, February 2, 5:30 – 7:30 pm. Gallery walkthrough with curator Bruce Hoffman and artists Thursday, February 2, 5 pm. Brown bag lunch and discussion with Bruce Hoffman and artists First Friday, February 3, 12:30 pm. Gallery walkthrough with PAA curator Sarah Archer Thursday, February 21, 3:30 pm. 251 South 18th Street, Philadelphia.

February 3 – 25 at LGTripp Gallery: Patricia Ingersoll: Recent Work. First Friday February 3, 6 – 8:30 pm. Artist reception Saturday, February 4, 5 – 7 pm. 47 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

February 3 – 16 at Meyerson Gallery: Opening reception of Safeword, work from the PennDesign MFA Class of 2013, and featuring work by InLiquid member Daniel Oliva. Opening reception First Friday, February 3, 5:30 – 7:30 pm. 210 S. 34th Street, Philadelphia.

February 4 – 26 at Da Vinci Art Alliance: Warholized featuring a piece by InLiquid artist Linda Dubin Garfield. Opening reception Saturday, February 4, 5 – 9 pm. 704 Catharine Street, Philadelphia.

February 5 – March 25 at Abington Art Center: Solo Series Spring 2012, featuring four simultaneous solo exhibitions by Colleen McCubbin Stepanic, Susie Forrester, Csilla Sadloch, and Emily Steinberg. Opening reception Sunday, February 5, 3 – 5 pm. 515 Meetinghouse Rd, Jenkintown, PA.

February 10, 6 – 10 pm at the Crane Arts Building: InLiquid’s Annual Fundraiser benefit v.12 features the work of InLiquid members James B. Abbott, Susan Abrams, Geoffrey Agrons, Jaime Alvarez, Chad Andrews, Leslie Atik, Cynthia Back, Henry Bermudez, Laird M. Bindrim, Rebecca Brame, Emily Brett Lukens, Anne Canfield, Estelle Carraz-Bernabei, Pete Checchia, Rachel Citrino, Randall Cleaver, Annette Cords, Genevieve Coutroubis, Brent Crothers, Chris Curchin, DeMelas/Checchia, Joan Dreyer, EKE: Kaman + Erland, Paul Fabozzi, Julianna Foster, Daniel Gafanhoto, Judy Gelles, Melissa Maddonni Haims, Nancy E.F. Halbert, Susan Hogan, Jeffrey Holder, Cathleen Hughes, Sharka Hyland, Darla Jackson, Judith Jacobson, Rebecca Jacoby, Mallary Johnson, Karl Jones, Candace Karch, Tyler Kline, Dianne Koppisch-Hricko, Neila Kun, Jennifer Lipman-Bartel, Lee Lippman, Chris Macan, Michelle Marcuse, Joshua Marowitz, Kellianne McCarthy, Sara McCorriston, Nikolay Milushev, Kaitlin Suzann Mosley & Tobias Canfield, Kevin D. Mullavey, Brenna K. Murphy, Scott Nichols, Elisabeth Nickles, Amy Orr, Michael Penn, Benjamin C. Pierce, Dolores Poacelli, Gillian Pokalo, Amie Potsic, Mary Powers Holt, Zivile Pupinyte, Paul Rider, Marc Salz, Marta Sanchez, Barbara Schaff, Clarissa Shanahan Schirmer, Miriam Singer, Tremain Smith, Stan Smokler, Ed Snyder, Robert Solomon, Nicolae Stoian, Evan Summer, Diane Szczepaniak, Trish Thompson, Jacqueline Unanue, John Woodin, Rachel Zimmerman, and Sarah Zwerling. 1400 N. American Street, Philadelphia. Click here to preview and bid online now. For ticket purchases, visit bit.ly/v12tix.

Saturday, February 11, 5 pm at Crane Old School: ONWARD Summit, the annual photography conference and networking event, produced by Project Basho. Speakers include: Todd Hido, Hiroh Kikai, Zoe Strauss, Peter Barberie, and two Juror’s Award recipients on ONWARD Compé 12. 1417 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Closing soon:

Through February 1 at Art Alliance of Monmouth County: Sandra Benhaim has four works on exhibit as part of the Red Bank Art Alliance Invitational. 30 Monmouth Street, Red Bank, NJ.

Through February 3 at The Community Arts Center: Focused Ambiguity, featuring works by Susan Abrams, Tasha Doremus, and Rachel Zimmerman. Opening reception Sunday, January 8, 2 – 4 pm. Gallery talk Sunday January 22, 2 – 4 pm. 414 Plush Mill Road, Nether Providence, PA.

Through February 14 at Episcopal Cathedral of Philadelphia: Darkest Before Dawn, new work by Erin McGee Ferrell. Artist’s talk Sunday, February 12, 11:30 am. 3723 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

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Exhibition News

This is just the tip of the iceberg! For a complete list, visit our Openings/Receptions section.

Wednesday, February 1
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Van Gogh Up Close
On view through May 6
26th Street and Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia

Friday, February 3
FIRST FRIDAY - CLICK HERE FOR FULL LISTINGS

Saturday, February 4, 6 - 9 pm
Nichols Berg Gallery
Opening reception
Antonelli Winter Art Show
On view through February 29
8611 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia

Sunday, February 5, 2 - 5 pm
The Plastic Club
Opening reception
Urban Observations
On view through February 24
247 S. Camac Street, Philadelphia

Thursday, February 9
SECOND THURSDAY - CLICK HERE FOR FULL LISTINGS

Friday, February 10, 6 - 10 pm
The Icebox
InLiquid Benefit v.12
1400 N. American Street, Philadelphia

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Other Events

Thursday, February 2, 6 pm
Philadelphia Photo Arts Center
Screening
War Photographer
1400 N. American Street, Suite 103

Monday, February 6, 10 am - 12 pm
Live Arts Brewery
Workshop
"Feeling Form"
Register: craig@livearts-fringe.org
919 N. Fifth Street, Philadelphia

Tuesday, February 7, noon
Free art marketing Q & A by telephone
Offered by Artist Career Training
Click here to register

Tuesday, February 7, 6 - 7:30 pm
University of the Arts
“From Parlor to iPhone: Our Gadgets, Our Identities"
Presentation by Regina Lee Blaszczyk
Co-presented by DesignPhiladelphia
320 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia

Saturday, February 11, 5 pm
Crane Old School
ONWARD Summit
Produced by Project Basho
Speakers include Zoe Strauss, among others
1417 N. Second Street, Philadelphia

Saturday, February 11, 8 - 10 pm
The Ethical Society Building
Q-Licious
Presented by Spiral Q Theatre
1906 S. Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia

Saturday, February 18, 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
The Artist's Way Group begins
Facilitated by Stephanie Costello MSW, LCSW
233, S. Sixth Street, Philadelphia

Find even more listings at our Happenings page.

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Opportunities

Charmaine Caire - At the Beach

Deadline February 1
Print's 2012 Regional Design Annual
Call for Entries

Deadline February 1
Texas A & M University Corpus Christi
Call for Art

Deadline February 3
Atlantic Center for the Arts
Call for Artists

Deadline February 6
Clover Market
Call for Sellers

Deadline February 7
Morris Arboretum and Woodmere Art Museum
Call for Artists

Deadline February 8
Artists of Yardley
Call for Entries

Deadline February 9
Art in Here
Call for Entries

Deadline February 10
Art in the Open
Call for Entries

Deadline February 12
Culturehall
Call for Applications

Deadline February 14
Wassaic Project
Cal for Artists/Musicians/Writers

Deadline February 15
Center for Fine Art Photography
Call for Entries

Deadline February 15
Harpo Foundation
Call for Artists

Deadline February 15
West Collection of Contemporary Art
Call for Artists

Deadline February 19
The Windsor-Whitney Biennial
Call for Entries

Deadline February 20
Meta-Fiber
Call for Entries

Deadline February 25
some things looming
Call for Artists

Deadline Prior to February 26
Seminar
Call for Exhibitors

Deadline February 27
Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery
Call for Entries

Deadline February 27
Scribe Video Center
Call for Student Workers

Deadline March 1
Allens Lane Art Center
Call for Artists

Deadline March 1
The Free Library of Philadelphia
Call for Entries

Find submission details and even more exhibition, employment, funding, and other listings at the InLiquid Opportunities page.

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