Upcoming Events — December First Friday – Salvage Book Release — Asian Arts Initiative

Cynthia Dewi Oka’s Salvage Book Release
December First Friday
First Friday, December 1, 6 – 8:30 p.m.

Join us this First Friday as we celebrate the release of acclaimed local poet Cynthia Dewi Oka’s newest poetry collection, Salvage. Copies will be available for sale and signing by the author.

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Monument Lab Keynote: The Futures of Memory

Wednesday, November 15 at 6 PM – 8 PM

Philadelphia’s most monumental project of 2017 concludes with a keynote conversation between Michael Eric Dyson (professor and author of Tears We Cannot Stop), New York Times architecture critic Michael Kimmelman, and Salamishah Tillet (scholar, activist, social critic, and faculty member at the University of Pennsylvania).

They’ll discuss the overarching themes and questions raised by Monument Lab, as well as the future of memory in public space.

$5 / Free for PAFA Members

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Eraserhood Forever Visions!

Bob at the eraserhood forever opening #eraserhood #philamoca

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Love in the Eraserhood: Philly Is Charlottesville march | Flickr – http://fork.cc/8n “About 2,000 people, chanting denunciations of racism, fascism, President Trump, and former Mayor Frank L. Rizzo, marched down North Broad Street on Wednesday night in a rally aimed at showing solidarity with victims of the weekend confrontation in Charlottesville, Va.” — www.philly.com/philly/news/pennsylvania/philadelphia/phil… #AntiFascist, #Art, #Beauty, #BroadStreet, #CallowhillStreet, #CondemnWhiteSupremacy, #Dreams, #Eraserhood, #Fashion, #Hope, #Love, #NobleStreet, #PA, #People, #Philadelphia, #PhillyIsCharlottesville, #Politics, #POWER, #Protest, #Rage, #Rally, #Resistance, #RodephShalom, #SpringGardenStreet, #USA, #WallaceStreet

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Love in the Eraserhood: Philly Is Charlottesville march | Flickr – LOVE in the Afternoon

“About 2,000 people, chanting denunciations of racism, fascism, President Trump, and former Mayor Frank L. Rizzo, marched down North Broad Street on Wednesday night in a rally aimed at showing solidarity with victims of the weekend confrontation in Charlottesville, Va.”

— www.philly.com/philly/news/pennsylvania/philadelphia/phil…

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Love in the Eraserhood | Between the beautiful weather, the … | Flickr

Love in the Eraserhood
Between the beautiful weather, the Backyard Barbecue at The Trestle Inn (featuring sidewalk burlesque by Bella Tricks), and the “Sweet Lovin'” Proposition Tent sponsored by Fringe Arts, Philadelphia’s post-industrial “Eraserhood” neighborhood was filled with light, love, and beauty this lovely July First Friday. — Luminance HDR 2.3.0 tonemapping parameters: Operator: Mantiuk08 Parameters: Luminance Level: Auto Color Saturation: 1 Contrast Enhancement: 1 —— PreGamma: 1