Renowned photographer Lonnie Graham brings the richness of the world to FireWorks Gallery with remarkable black-and-white portraits reaching around the globe to show us the breadth of beauty and mystery that is humanity.
Come meet the artist and enjoy some refreshments with other art-loving citizens of the world.
This exhibition runs until August 16.
Last day to enjoy the stunning portraits of the world by photographer Lonnie Graham.
Get a first look at this weekend pop-up art happening which will be at FireWorks until Sunday, October 20, featuring photographs and stories of the humanity on the street in Camden, Trenton and Philadelphia. Come back on Saturday night for the party!
Proceeds from art sales will benefit Camden’s Cathedral Kitchen in Camden, One Step Away in Philadelphia, Women With Voices and Camden FireWorks.
Kaitlin Metzger and Vanessa Fiore bring together word, image and community partnership in a series of photographs and stories capturing the humanity on the street in Camden, Trenton and Philadelphia.
Music will be provided by Van Metzger.
Proceeds from art sales will benefit Cathedral Kitchen in Camden, One Step Away in Philadelphia, Women With Voices and Camden FireWorks.
Last chance to view this pop-up weekend happening, featuring photographs by Kaitlin Metzger and stories by Vanessa Fiore.
Proceeds of art sales will benefit Camden’s Cathedral Kitchen, One Step Away in Philadelphia, Women with Voices and Camden FireWorks.
Join our featured artist, Joe Plageman, and learn his technique for creating “sonographs”—a visual expression of the sound of a song or poem. We’ll also practice some rubbings to make beautiful nature works. Feel free to bring natural objects you would like to use for art-making.
Here it comes! The People's Press, a mobile printing press created at the University of Pennsylvania as part of Whitman@200, is coming to us at FireWorks! Stop in to try your hand at making a print the old school way, and enjoy the exhibition and some refreshments while you're at it. No rsvp required, just bring your hands and heart.
Whitman at 200: Art and Democracy, a region-wide initiative, is organized by the University of Pennsylvania Libraries, with major support from The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.
Major support for Whitman at 200: Art and Democracy has been provided to the University of Pennsylvania Libraries by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.