When David Lynch moved to Philadelphia in the late 1960s to attend PAFA, he discovered a city that was both terrifying and inspiring. Explore the neighborhood just blocks away from PAFA that so electrified Lynch’s imagination with two guides: Hidden City’s Peter Woodall and Lynch–and Eraserhood–aficionado, Bob Bruhin. During this one-and-a-half hour walking tour, we’ll delve into the area’s industrial history, as well as the sights and sounds that inspired Lynch’s movies, particularly Eraserhead.
The Bold Women & Beer Festival is Back at Love City Brewing! In celebration of Women’s History Month and the upcoming Bold Women & Beer Festival, prominent women of Philadelphia’s beer industry and members of the local Chapter of the Pink Boots Society, are coming together for a collaborative brew day at Triple Bottom Brewing on March 5. The […]
The Institute Craft Bar & Kitchen 525 N. 11th St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19123
After 1 year we are ready to resume operations again in our new spacious home. It’s been tough but we think well worth the move. Please come join us on Friday December 6th at 4pm as we open the doors and look start new memories with old and new friends. We are located at 525 N. 11th St. one block over from our old location in the recently completed Independence Lofts building. So come enjoy and see some of the great features that our new home will have to offer.
Opening Party at The Cliffs ! + RCO meeting reminder
Hello Members, Neighbors and Friends You are invited to the Grand Opening Party at The Cliffs at Callowhill 1010 Callowhill St. Saturday December 7, 8am- midnight ! REMINDER – RCO Zoning Meeting- Monday Dec 9, 7:30pm – Azavea, 990 Spring Garden St. 5th FlHear plans for 1201-03 Wood St.
1010 Callowhill St Philadelphia, PASign up for classes, clinics + comps upon arrival. Learn more here.RSVP SEE YOU THERE!
Asian Arts Initiative presents its annual holiday shopping event Supporting Local Artists and its Youth Program
WHAT: ASIAN ARTS INITIATIVE invites community members to join us in our annual holiday shopping event of the year. As the only Asian American-focused holiday fair in Philadelphia, the Community Craft and Fair provides a unique opportunity to shop original artwork and an array of jewelry, crafts, accessories, and more handcrafted by local artists and artisans. Alongside our community vendors, the students of the Youth Art Workshop (YAW) will be selling a new lineup of products (e.g. holiday cards, body scrubs) they have created for the event. Proceeds from student sales go back to the students and their program. Come and shop consciously with us!
WHEN: Saturday, December 6th from 12 to 4 pm.
WHERE: On the Third Floor of Asian Arts Initiative, 1219 Vine Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107 Free and Open to the Public.
WHO: The Community Art and Craft Fair will showcase work from local vendors, including:
Love Lola Knits
Helen Sánchez Stoddard
Paint with Purpose
Students of Youth Arts Workshop
During the fair, there will also be performances from singer Every Heard, who will play classic holiday tunes and cardistry artist, Frank Sung, who will transform a deck of cards into intricate art forms.
For more event details contact: Cat Ramirez [email protected] Community Craft and Fair
Underground Arts presents three spooktacular events during the week of Halloween. The Amazonian Nights-themed party goes down on Tuesday (Tuesday, October 29) followed by the Devil’s Night Dance Party II inspired by 1994 film The Crow (Wednesday, October 30). Finally, on Halloween night, the Dracula’s Ball concert features performances by Conjure One and Statiqbloom.
On Halloween, Philadelphia’s Callowhill neighborhood invites folks out for a scary good time during the Horror on the Hill Halloween Crawl. Crawlers can fuel up for the night with the special-edition All Hallows’ Pie at Wood Street Pizza. Then, guests can head to the Trestle Inn for a vinyl dance party and drink specials. Love City Brewing also gets in on the spooky fun with food trucks and live music by the After Dinner Mints all night long.
When:Thursday, October 31, 5 p.m. – 2 a.m.
Where:Various locations including Love City Brewing, 1023 Hamilton Street