In light of recent world events and the upcoming mayoral and presidential elections, InLiquid’s artist members David Deakin, Cheryl Harper, and the collective Johnny Everyman will present works addressing political topics and themes concerning Philadelphia and beyond through various mediums, including digital prints, painting, and mixed media.
Choreographed by Philly’s own Tommie-Waheed Evans, this chilling and bold piece incorporates modern, jazz, and ballet techniques to invoke the age-old human struggle between darkness and light and question whether our darkest moments provide the greatest opportunity to see the light.
Celebrate the Bride’s 46th anniversary at the biggest dance party of the year. Hosted at gorgeous Material Culture, this party and fundraiser includes a buffet-style meal from acclaimed Chef Aliza Green, live rhythms from Philly Blocco, auctions, prizes, and did we say dancing?
Led by Bobby Zankel, the Warriors of the Wonderful Sound have been called “a unique amalgam of the rhythm and intricacy of bebop, with the soul and drive of hard-bop,and the spirituality, creativity and intensity of the avant garde.”
This internationally-renowned three man group of theatre trained, comedically gifted, lyrical virtuosos seamlessly blend raw elements of hip-hop, theatre, improv and stand-up comedy to reshape students’ view of poetry.
Fusing four percussion batteries (North Indian tabla, Afro Cuban bata, Brazilian samba and West African djembe) into one distinct voice, Spoken Hand is Known for its high-energy live performances, delivering a dynamic display filled with progressive human spirit and creative imagination.
Painted Bride Art Center was founded 46 years ago with the mission to help artists refine their creative process, build audiences, and get their voices …
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