Events & Exhibitions
Aug 6 - Aug 18
River Remains at Wet Lab
several River Remains pieces will be on Display as part of the Wet Lab art series at The Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education. Wet Lab runs from May 23rd - August 31st and functions as a space for artists and Schuylkill Center visitors to explore and reflect on water in a dynamic environment.
Jun 1 - Jul 3
River Remains @ W/N W/N Cafe
River Remains is an exhibition of prints, drawings, and photographs by Noelle Egan that are part of an ongoing project illuminating Philadelphia's piers along the Delaware River. Opening Party, FRIDAY JUNE 1! Come and hang out at W/N W/N! Eat a Pizza Gutt, have some drinks! Dance! Michelle Freeman and Jaison Smulski will be playing hits on vinyl into the wee morning hours! A guaranteed fun time. River Remains will be on view at W/N W/N through July 3, 2018.
River Remains Opening Reception :: Bartram's Garden
River Remains is an exhibition of prints, drawings and photographs that are part of an ongoing project illuminating Philadelphia's piers along the Delaware River. This opening reception will feature pieces exhibited in the barn at Bartram's as well as along the Bartram's boathouse on the Schuylkill River waterfront.
Apr 20 - May 29
River Remains Exhibition :: Bartram's Garden Boathouse & Barn
An exhibition of prints, drawings, and photos intend to honor the history and the present of the decaying piers along the Delaware River waterfront in Philadelphia. These images are on display in the beautiful 18th century Barn at Bartram's Garden, with a complementing exhibit of wheatpasted images up along the Bartram's Boathouse facing the Schuylkill River waterfront.
OPENING RECEPTION Around and Afar: work by Noelle Egan
This show is mixture of screenprints, lithography, and collage created by Noelle Egan from 2013 to present, and will be on view from May 6 through 31st. These works combine printmaking and collage to explore human and animal relationships to landscape and space. Noelle has been experimenting with various printmaking techniques for about 4 years now through Fleisher Art Memorial, and in that time has come to embrace completely her lifelong obsession with concentric circles