Two Coats of Paint is an NYC-based art project, that includes an award-winning art blog, artists residency, and other special undertakings. Sharon Butler is connected to Philadelphia through her affiliation with the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.
“We believe the discussion of art, centered on beauty, truth, value, and power, makes the world a better place.” Artblog is an independent online publication that fosters dialog and community through commentary and discussion about art and culture. They focus primarily on the Philadelphia region.
We are Philadelphia artists, curators, and arts-professionals who share an interest in our city’s culture. We created Title as an online-only magazine to contribute to the substantive discussion and critical analysis of the arts in Philadelphia, with a primary focus on the visual arts.
Since 2008 DoNArTNeWs is dedicated to promoting Philadelphia artists, their art and fine crafts, fine art galleries, art clubs and art institutions in a positive, informative and upbeat magazine style blog format.
The Philadelphia Art Alliance is dedicated to the advancement and appreciation of innovative contemporary art with a focus on craft and design, and to inspiring dynamic interaction between audiences and artists in a setting of historic and aesthetic significance.
Celebrating the role of print in contemporary artistic practice, Philagrafika 2010 was the first presentation of what will be a recurring event in Philadelphia. Involving more than 300 artists at more than 80 venues throughout the city, Philagrafika 2010 was one of the largest art events in the United States and was the world’s most important print-related exposition.
InLiquid is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to creating opportunities and exposure for visual artists while serving as a free, online public hub for arts information in the Philadelphia area.
- Creating a unique community that encourages and supports artistic production by both emerging and established artists.
- Assisting the development and growth of Philadelphia’s creative resources, assets, and potential.
- Creating a unique location for certain creativity-based businesses to thrive alongside the vibrant, Crane Arts community.
- Providing unique space for the visual and performing arts to showcase events on a local, regional, and national scale.