Friday, September 10, 2010

October in Philadelphia!

Just finished scheduling my October Calendar! 
... and it's only September 9th!
(I'm becoming so very organized ..patting myself on the back) 

These are the events I'm really looking forward to.  
Hope to see you there!

Illuminating Graffiti
October 7th, 8:00pm - 10:00pm
The Design Lot
313 S. Broad St. view map

This project features several graffiti artists in different locations internationally, who will work collaboratively in Philadelphia through digital projection. The use of technology allows for new possibilities for graffiti’s social and collaborative spirit as well as redefining graffiti’s temporary nature. The public will have the opportunity to watch the expression unfold, understand it better, and experiment with led light graffiti.
Free and open to the public.

Asian Influences
October 7 - 17
Snyderman-Works Gallery
303 Cherry Street 

Modern design often draws inspiration from and re-examines diverse cultural material. Asian Influences is a presentation by Korean-influenced Philadelphia furniture designer Gary Magakis, and Japanese-influenced ceramic artist Bennett Bean, who also translates his designs into contemporary rugs loomed in Nepal. Snyderman-Works Galleries will combine these three components to create a series of contemporary environments.


Roman Remix: Repurposing Sacred Spaces
October 8th, 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Third St Gallery on Second St
58 North 2nd St

Architect, artist and Tyler School of Art faculty member John James Pron, AIA hosts an artist’s reception celebrating his month-long gallery show of rendered collages that expressively interpret the creative re-use of Rome’s many exquisite but underutilized churches and piazzas. Tailoring his designs to an urban population now more secular than Catholic and more culturally diverse than ethnic Italian, Pron seeks to balance an important architectural heritage with surging social change.  Free and open to the public.
www.3rdstreetgallery.com  

Denise Fike/Philadelphia Open Studio Tours
October 9-10th

734 Pine Street
Phila, Pa. 19106
www.DeniseFikeDesigns.com



Jump/Start Fashion Show
October 13th, 6:00pm
Moore College of Art and Design, Great Hall
20th and the Parkway 

Conceptual fashion show 
featuring Moore’s fashion design juniors and seniors.
Free and open to the public.


Facebookphobia: Overcoming the Fear of Social Networking
October 14th, 11:00am - 12:00pm
Marketplace Design Center, Grand Hall 4th Floor
2400 Market Street
Facebookphobia: Overcoming the Fear of Social Networking and Learning How to Use It to Make Your Design Business More Successful. Brad Ford brings Facebook into focus specifically for the design professional in this presentation. Learn the secrets to building a successful practice and the best ways to grow your business in a changing economic climate. Brad Ford Interior Design was established in 1998 with an emphasis on residential spaces. Additionally, Ford maintains a very successful blog www.designtherapy.com.  Reception to follow at 12:00pm at Schumacher, Suite 326   Free and open to the public, RSVP to 215.561.5000 or RSVP@marketplacedc.com
www.marketplacedc.com


 

John Wind / Maximal Art

Instant Heirloom Jewelry Workshop at Joan Shepp

October 16th, 12:00pm - 5:00pm
Joan Shepp
1616 Walnut Street

Bring in your old keys, lockets, buttons, brooches, pet tags, chains, beads, earrings, rings, fabric flowers, ribbons, lace, and other trinkets. We’ll turn them into charms you can hook to one of your own bracelets or necklaces, or one that will be available for sale that day. First charm will be assembled for free.
www.joanshepp.com


AIDS Walk Philly
Join us for AIDS Walk Philly 2010
on Sunday, October 17!
Sponsor me and my team! 
Remember Why We Walk and Run
Over 30,000 people in the Delaware Valley are living with HIV/AIDS. Many of our friends, family and neighbors are in desperate need of health care services and other life-saving programs, but with cutbacks in government dollars , these programs are often under-funded. Now, more than ever, your donations are needed to support organizations providing HIV/AIDS awareness, prevention education, counseling and testing and care services for people living with HIV/AIDS.
Since 1981, over 600,000 Americans have died of AIDS.
Every 9 1/2 minutes, someone in the U.S becomes infected with HIV.
Approximately 20% of people infected with HIV do not know it.
According to the Philadelphia Department of Public Health, Philadelphians are being infected with HIV at a rate MORE THAN 50% higher than residents of New York City.
The rate of infection in Philadelphia is FIVE times the national average.
About half of the 1.2 million people living with HIV in the U.S are not receiving medical care.

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