Artology Art Opening
Posted by on July 28, 2008
We are thrilled to announce that our summer Artology program, now in its second year, is bigger and better than ever, with 24 Philadelphia children ages 9-14 enrolled in an expanded three-week session packed with activities and field trips integrating art and science, including visits to Fairmount Park’s Japanese House and Garden, the Wissahickon Environmental Center, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Artology has been an incredible success this year, thanks to a talented, multidisciplinary team of teaching artists, scientists, and volunteers. Our young participants have demonstrated curiosity, creativity, commitment, and consistent good behavior throughout our rigorous fifteen-day program. We are very proud of their accomplishments!
Mark Your Calendars!
Artology Art Opening, August 1, 2008
As this year’s Artology program draws to a close, we look forward with great excitement and anticipation to our second annual public art opening and exhibit, to be held this year on Friday, August 1 from 6-9 pm at Kensington’s Coral Street Arts House, 2446 Coral Street 19125, easily accessible from the York-Dauphin stop on the Market-Frankford El.
The opening will feature student art work from this year’s Artology program. Students will be present to discuss their work, and art will be available for purchase. Refreshments will be provided. The event is free and open to the public; please help us spread the word!
The Artology exhibit may be viewed at Coral Street Arts House, Mondays through Fridays from 9-5 pm, August 4-27. For more information, please call Anna Murphey, Community Programs Director, at 215-842-0428 ext. 12.
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