Friday, September 24, 2010
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
ART CLASSES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY
Portside Arts Center
joins to assist
The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
In bringing the Philadelphia Community...
Sunday Family Workshops
Sundays 2:00 – 3:30 pm
10 weeks starting October 3 -- December 19th 2010
If we have enough people to participate in the free
workshops, you will be provided free transportation
to and from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.
Information will be given a the 3rd Annual Lehigh Avenue Arts Festival.
For more information and the workshop schedule;
see their website www.pafa.org/faa
or call 215-972-2022
Let them know you are with the Portside
Pass this on and let's fill the bus!!!
Face Paint Like a Pro
The talented Carina McKee and Kim Gavin
will teach you how to Face Paint like a professional!!
Thursday September 23rd
Anyone taking this class who volunteers to help at one of our festivals
will be refunded the cost of the class
Phone 215-427-1514 • Fax 215-427-1524
2531 E Lehigh Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19125
Monday, September 20, 2010
Come join us on September 25th & 26th for the 3rd Annual Lehigh Avenue Arts Festival! There will be tons of fun with kids crafts, face paint, moon bounce, craft and food vendors, and live music!
Contact & Vendor Info email@example.com
September 25th Band Line Up
The Anchor Boys
The Swamp Candles
The Jukebox Romantics
September 26th Band Line Up
St. James & the Apostles
Slo and Shakey
Wes Mattheu & the New Way Down
Tuesday, September 14, 2010
This past first Friday on September 3rd, the VWVOFFKA Gallery, located in Fishtown held the Portside Art Center’s annual Summer Camp Art Show. The Portside Art Camp runs every summer for six weeks between the months of June to August. The Portsiders had a blast at the opening when they saw all their hard work on display in the gallery. Many campers and art goers joined in on the interactive fish mosaic project and got a feel for one of the many projects the campers did over the summer. All the Portside’s art projects were made out of recycled and donated materials. From buttons to bottles one would have never guessed these found materials would make for such beautiful pieces of art. The show was currated by Jenna Wilchisnky one of the members from the VWVOFFKA collective. She captured the spirit of the portside and transformed the art gallery into a fun interactive kids arts show. The portside children left the show smiling with a sense of accomplishment after seeing all there projects hung on white walls for the Fishtown/ Port Richmond communities.