Sunday, June 27, 2010

some catching up

Rachel and Tina screen printing

We have a new zine called I've Got The Numbers! The covers have glitter stencils, the content is stellar, and there's a limited edition of 50.

Richard's drawings can be seen on various stickers in the Chinatown area.

Cultural Arts and ARC joined forces recently to rescue a kitten from the wheel well of a truck!

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Getting Ready for AFTCP!

We've been hard at work creating note cards, dioramas, and paintings this week. Many of these works will be for sale at Art for the Cash Poor, an event sponsored by InLiquid at the Crane Arts Building. You can visit us at our table on June 12 from 1-6 PM and check out what we've been making. Check out the InLiquid website for more details.

Monica adds a hand-sewn touch to a painting by Karen.

Timmy and Emily silkscreen the first layer of a notecard.

Murph and Emily work on the second layer.

Hector and Mike G. created this diorama together.

Pals for Life!

Today we had a visit from Pals for Life. We got to meet Emma the dog and 3 adorable kittens!

Murph and a sleepy kitten

Ashley and Emma


Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Art for the Cash Poor 11

This weekend the Cultural Arts Center will be featured at Art for the Cash Poor 11, an annual event sponsored by InLiquid with artists and craftspeople selling their work for $199 or less. Visit our table on Saturday from 1-6 PM to learn more about our program and purchase paintings, prints, ceramics, notecards, and zines made by the artists of the Cultural Arts Center.

This event is located in the Crane Arts Building at 1400 N. American Street in Philadelphia. For more information, please visit the Art for the Cash Poor 11 website.

Friday, June 4, 2010

Rasheed's Zoo Photos

The Cultural Arts Center visited the Philadelphia Zoo yesterday, and Rasheed took these photos of the animals we saw there.

Thursday, June 3, 2010

wheatpasting in Texas, pt. 2

More of Mike G. & Freddy's collaborative wheatpastes in the North Loop neighborhood of Austin, Texas.

Wheatpasting in Texas

Mike G. spent Memorial Day in Austin, Texas, where he wheatpasted some of Freddy's and his own art onto various surfaces of the North Loop neighborhood.