Posted by on May 28, 2004
Dear Friends of MYX: Multicultural Youth eXchange,
Join us at the MYX Gallery in historic Old City, Philadelphia for the opening reception of:
STYLE TRIBES v2.0
First Friday, June 4, 2004
5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
110 Church Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
[located one block north of Market St. between Front and 2nd Sts.]
Meet eight student artists from the Design and Merchandising Program at Drexel University
Enjoy sangria, music and First Friday fun
Bring your friends. Bring your students.
See you there!
Josette Bonafino and Ian Cross
ABOUT THE EXHIBIT
Inspired by the work of anthropologist and fashion writer, Ted Polhemus, Style Tribes v2.0 explores the tribal connection between fashion, music and youth-oriented social groups like skaters, surfers and punks.
ABOUT THE MULTICULTURAL YOUTH EXCHANGE
MYX: Multicultural Youth eXchange, is a Philadelphia-based nonprofit organization. Our goal is to improve Philadelphia?s social environment by making young people more tolerant of diverse populations, primarily by dispelling ignorance about different cultures and by emphasizing the aspirations and concerns that are common to all people.
Because art is present in all cultures and communicates universal feelings and interpretations of the physical world we all share, MYX uses it in a central way to educate young people about tolerance and to empower them to educate others.
Since it?s launch in Spring 2002, MYX has taught diversity to young people through quarterly youth art exhibits and art-based workshops at the MYX Gallery.
MYX was founded in direct response to the tragedies of September 11, 2001.
Information on how to support MYX is available at http://www.myxworld.org
Questions? Call Josette at 215-923-1415 ext. 1 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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