Last week, a meeting was hosted at the F.A.C.T. Charter School on the 1000 block of Callowhill Street to discuss big picture planning issues for a large, loosely connected section of the Central District, referred to as the “Chinatown North/Callowhill section.” According to the meeting summary, this area can be separated into five neighborhoods: Poplar, Callowhill, Chinatown North, Superblocks (the area of low-rise buildings and parking lots between Old City and Northern Liberties), and the Waterfront. The results of this meeting, and others like it across town, will be used to inform the larger Phila2035 Central District Plan.

(via Callowhill/Chinatown North Stakeholders Try to Determine Vision for the Neighborhood | NakedPhilly)

REMINDER: This is tonight. (So excited!!)

Images from the EraserHood.com blog — as well as other “Urban Landscapes” images from my catalog — will be on exhibit from 7/27/2012 until 9/4/2012 at Philadelphia’s newest gallery, Seeds Gallery!

Opening party Friday, July 27, 6pm to 9pm at Seeds Gallery!!
5011 Baltimore Avenue
Philadelphia, PA
267-289-2705
www.seedsgallery.com/
www.facebook.com/pages/Seeds-Gallery/131574650245502

(via Seeds Gallery Exhibit Opening party Friday, July…)

This August – for one night only – Grizzly Grizzly will be showcasing live performance works from a select group of eleven artists living in the Philadelphia/New York City region. The event will feature six different performances, unfolding over the course of the evening in the Grizzly Grizzly space and adjoining floor. Molly Denisevicz, Nadine Guerrera, Peter Morgan, Jordan Graw & Jared Burak, Adam Lovitz & Vince Johnson & Ritz Reynolds, and Kris Harzinski & Will Haughery & Chester Zecca will be – sometimes simultaneously – engaging the audience with radical, funny, mysterious, and off-putting actions and reactions. Like a popsicle on a hot August night, it will be both delightful and sticky.

(via Grizzly Grizzly : August 2012)

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Seeds Gallery Exhibit Opening party Friday, July 27, 6pm to 9pm!!, a set on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Images from the EraserHood.com blog — as well as other “Urban Landscapes” image from my catalog — will be on exhibit from 7/27/2012 until 9/4/2012 at Philadelphia’s newest gallery, Seeds Gallery!

Opening party Friday, July 27, 6pm to 9pm at Seeds Gallery!!
5011 Baltimore Avenue
Philadelphia, PA
267-289-2705
www.seedsgallery.com/
www.facebook.com/pages/Seeds-Gallery/131574650245502


At PhilaMOCA (531 North 12th St.)
Doors: 7:30 PM, $5 donation, All-Ages

The Philadelphia Mausoleum of Contemporary Art’s popular Tuesday Tune-Out series continues in August under the direction of guest curator Fred Knittel of Folkadelphia. The Tuesday Tune-Out format features a performance by a local musician at 8pm followed by a film screening of his/her/their choosing.

On Tuesday, August 7th, Folkadelphia is pleased to present the first installment of the curated Tuesday Tune-Out series. This edition will feature the primitive guitar wailing, joke slinging Brandon Morsberger and previous long-time Philly musical stalwart and buddy Don Black and his project Avolcano/Ghiant. 

We’ll also be screening a cult 1980’s skateboard movie, MST3k style!

*Brandon Morsberger- http://brandonmorsberger.bandcamp.com/

 


*Avolcano- http://www.ghiant.net/

 

Folkadelphia: http://folkadelphia.com/

 


Folkadelphia is the folk music organization and weekly XPN2 radio show created by Fred Knittel. Through Folkadelphia, Fred hopes to introduce people to exciting new musicians and, with luck, change the way they perceive modern folk music. Folkadelphia radio is broadcast on XPN2 on WXPN Sundays from 3-5 PM and Tuesdays 6-8 PM.

(via (4) Folkadelphia Presents Tuesday Tune-Out: Brandon Morsberger & Don Black (Avolcano))

Very excited. Just dropped off my art donation for Drink Philly’s benefit auction for Alex’s Limonade Stand to be held at their Two Year Anniversary First Friday event!!

This photo is of the 1910 Willys-Overland Motor Company showroom that was at 323-327 N. Broad Street. This Colonial Revival building was one of the buildings dedicated in 2010 as part of the new Callowhill Industrial Historic District. It was recently demolished to make way for the new headquarters of the Pennsylvania Ballet.

(via It’s been exactly two years since we [at Drink…)

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Realized I never posted the Eraserhood Forever David Lynch show pictures and there’s only one day left of the exhibit! Here’s a good sampling.