This Week in Clips April 21 through 27

Peaks and Valleys, Seraphin Gallery

Article courtesy of PaperClips215. See the original article here.

This Week In Clips is a weekly clip regarding the best upcoming events. If you have an event that should be on this list, let us know.

Tons of events are coming up this beautiful April week. We hope you’ll come along with us for them! Especially important is Arts Advocacy Day on Tuesday. Come with us to City Hall and tell the City Council why #RestoreArtsFundingPHL matters. In addition to that, we’re very excited for a preview of the Philadelphia Antique Show, and Patrick Kelly: Runway of love at the PMA.

Going to any of these events? Remember to clip along with us @PaperClips215 or with #clips215!

Arts Advocacy Day #RestoreArtsFundingPHL • City Hall

City Hall

April 22 • FREE
1 Penn Square

On Arts Advocacy Day, the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance Executive Director is testifying in front of a City Council budget hearing to restore the Philadelphia Cultural Fund. Join him and pack the council chambers, showing your support for Philadelphia’s arts community.

Community Arts Project Celebration • Paradigm Gallery

1654019_767874326558997_1543206971_nApril 25, 5:30 – 10 pm • FREE
803 S 4th St

Paradigm Gallery + Studios plays host for the Fourth Friday’s on Fourth Street reception for their annual Community Arts Project Celebration. Artists have donated works, or made art on site, to celebrate and exhibit the creative community, as well as expand the awareness of Paradigm’s own Community Arts Project. All of the art will be for sale to benefit the cause.

Peaks and Valleys • Seraphin Gallery

Still BreezeApril 25, 6 – 8 pm • FREE
1108 Pine St

Join Seraphin Gallery for the opening reception for their latest exhibition Peaks and Valleys. Phillip Adams creates mountainous, detailed landscapes using a variety of mediums on panel and canvas, finishing the natural scenes with a small human element.

Philadelphia Antique Show Preview • Pennsylvania Convention Center


April 25, 6 – 9 pm • $150 – 600, Buy tickets here
12th and Arch Streets

The Philadelphia Antique Show is back at the Convention Center, with the preview party kicking off the four day-long show. There are several events and guided tours that will allow you to take part in the display and sale of top of the line antiques ranging from Colonial through mid-century fine and decorative arts including period furniture in American styles, antique silver, textiles, porcelain, jewelry, nautical and Native American art, and antiquarian books and prints. The Antique show runs from Friday, April 25th to Tuesday, April 29th.

Amber Johnston: Germination • Jed Williams Gallery

Germination_still5April 25, 7:30 – 9:30 pm • FREE
615 Bainbridge St

Jed Williams Gallery presents the reception for Germination, a weekend long exhibition by photographer Amber Johnston. It is a time-lapse video made up of photographs taken over 10 months from East Kensington to Center City and South Philly, as part of the Animated Architecture project. The video projection can be seen from the street, as a reflection of the ongoing gentrification taking place across Philadelphia.

Slideshow 4 – Live Street Art Jam • Tattooed Mom

image0031002677_10100420972589666_1433157087574171233_nApril 25, 8 pm • FREE 21+ only
530 South St

Tattooed Mom, in partnership with street artists El Toro and Foxx, bring the latest installation of their live street art jam with Slideshow 4, featuring the work of Kamz, Mr. Bear, and Frito. It takes the sticker artists off the street and into the bar, creating original works for all to see. There will also be music by Fixx Boogie and a PBR Art Can Challenge exhibition by over 20 local artists.

The Edge of Perception • Locks Gallery


April 26, 3 – 5 pm • FREE
600 Washington Square South

Locks Gallery is hosting a panel discussion The Edge of Perception, for their two latest exhibitions Endless Source, by Neysa Grassi, and Message Bearer, by Warren Rohrer. It will explore contemporary painting and its different approaches to abstraction through the panelists own unique approach to the aesthetic. The panelists are Neysa Grassi, Jackie Tileston, Douglas Witmner, and Tom Csaszar.

Rocks in Soft Places • Hooloon Art

April 26, 6 – 9 pm • FREE
53 N 2nd St

Hooloon Art presents the opening reception for Rocks In Hard Places, a new two person exhibition featuring paintings by Tiffany Livingston and PaperClips Featured artist James Inscho. These two artists take an opposite approach when using and redefining abstraction with Inscho being more analytic and Livingston more gestural. They find a commonality in their processes, exploring how shifting space and perspective defines our cognitive perceptions.

Synesthesia: Music, Art & Fashion • Indy Hall Arts


April 26, 7 – 9 pm • $15, Buy tickets here
22 N 3rd St

Indy Hall Arts is hosting the re-imagined Synesthesia as a massive showcase for music, fashion, and fine art. Working on N3RD St with MADE Studios, it will take over the first floor of the co-working space, bringing together a dozen creatives inside an art gallery, music venue, and fashion runway, all combined into one to share all that Philadelphia has to offer. The featured performer is Donnie Felton, with artists Aubrie Costello, Mike Jackson, and Sean Martorana. A portion of the ticket sales will go towards the Burmese Women’s Initiative.

Patrick Kelly: Runway of Love • The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Perelman Building


April 26, 7 – 10 pm • $150 – 300, Buy tickets here
26th St and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway

The Philadelphia Museum of Art presents their opening party for their new exhibition Runway of Love, a retrospective on the unique work of African American fashion designer Patrick Kelly. It will showcase over eighty ensembles, the designers personal collections of black memorabilia, fashion show videos, and photographs by some of the leading fashion photographers. If you are unable to attend the preview party, there will be a variety of events for every audience, including ‘Pay What you Wish Wednesdays’, for the duration of the show which runs until November 30th, 2014.

HighWaterLine: A Walking Art Experience • The Chemical Heritage Foundation

Adam Chefitz chalking 3ft sea level rise for HighWaterLine, Miami Beach, FL.April 27, 5 – 8 pm • FREE
Target, 2701 Castor Ave

The Chemical Heritage Foundation brings you HighWaterLine, a walking art experience with artist Eve Mosher. Beginning at Target and ending at Penn Treaty Park, the bold chalk line will be drawn to illustrate areas that are susceptible to flooding caused by climate change. During the walk, participants are encouraged to discuss the causes of and possible solutions for climate change. After the drawing, there will be a block party at the Big Green Block.

To see a list of everything that’s upcoming, please check out our calendar.

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