Art & Community V: Neighborhood Bike Works
Posted by on May 28, 2004
GET READY FOR THE WACHOVIA USPRO CHAMPIONSHIP BIKE RACE!
PLEASE JOIN THE ESTHER KLEIN ART GALLERY RECEPTION CELEBRATING
ART & COMMUNITY V: NEIGHBORHOOD BIKE WORKS
SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 2004 at 5:00 – 8:00 pm
FOOD WINE & MUSIC
FOOD :: FATOU & FAMA RESTAURANT, PIZZA RUSTICA, WHITE DOG CAFE and ZOCALO
WINE TASTING :: WEST PARK IMPORTS
WEST AFRICAN PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE: JOJOLO
The Esther M. Klein Art Gallery is pleased to announce the fifth exhibition in its Art & Community Exhibition Series. This exhibition series features grass roots organizations that use art and the creative process as a vehicle to enhance the lives of individuals in the spirit of sustained community interaction.
The Esther M. Klein Art Gallery will sponsor Neighborhood Bike Works’ second annual fund-raising event through a juried exhibition of Bike Part Art. Over 40 local artists incuding Burnell Yow, Kathrine Pannepacker, Randall Cleaver and Isiah Zagar created and donated original artwork made from bike parts to support Neighborhood Bike Works Programming. Celebrity jurors Bob Brandt (Solutions for Progress, Phila. Print Collaberative), Art Carey (Philadelphia Inquirer) and Ruth Snyderman (The Works Gallery) will select the best works from three categories. Prizes will be awarded to individual artists. Art sales will benefit Neighborhood Bike Works programming.
*All events free and open to public
Esther M. Klein Art Gallery
3600 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Gallery Hours: Mon-Sat, 9-5 PM
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