Undergraduate Fine Arts and Design

Posted April 2, 2018

Art Safari Hosted by ArtBlog

Art Safari to Callowhill art galleries

Please join ArtBlog with the University of Pennsylvania community for an art safari to callowhill art galleries on Friday, April 6, 2018 from 6:00-9:30pm. Rendez-vous at 319 N. 11th St. on First Friday for a lively walking tour of seven (7!) contemporary art galleries that expand the definition of art and experiment with materials and media other than the expected oil on canvas. April's Art Safari of the 319 N. 11th Street galleries and Space 1026 includes everything from multi-media installations to political cartoons, 3D-printed sculpture, and lenticular prints that change with the colored lens you view them through. Artblog tour guides, Roberta Fallon and Imani Roach, walk you through the art exhibits and facilitate dialog with the artists and gallery curators, who will be there to speak about their works. The lively, fun walking tour is an art world “ice-breaker,” introducing you to some of the great alternative works being shown in Philadelphia. Galleries included in this tour: Vox PopuliPracticeGrizzly GrizzlyMarginal UtilityNapoleonAutomat and Space 1026. The tour will take a pizza break at nearby Wood Street Pizza.


First Friday, April 6, 2018 - 6PM-9:30PM

Meet up at 6 PM

319 N. 11th St., Philadelphia 19107, Lobby



This event is supported by The Sachs Program for Arts Innovation.





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Photo shows Art Safari group at Vox Populi Gallery in 2017, with artist Beth Heinly discussing her installation.