Friday, January 29, 2010

Exhibitions at InLiquid

Drawing Machine, an installation by Tyler Ceramics professor Chad Curtis opens today at the Hall (Crane Arts Building) and will be on view until April 4th. Second Thursday receptions will occur on February 11th and March 11th, from 6-9pm.
1400 N. American St. Philadelphia, PA

Additionally, InLiquid presents Homeland, a group show featuring international video artists at the I-House, 3701 Chestnut St., first floor, which runs until March 5th.

American Pastime, by Katherine Kesselring, is on view at the Painted Bride until March 14th, at 230 Vine St., with opening receptions February 5th and March 5th, 5-7pm.

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