Gallery Crawl: A Look At Some Featured Programming
SPACE, 812 Liberty Ave.: Luminescent Orchestrii will be playing klezmer/Gypsy/punk rock ‘n’ roll. Jesse Hulcher guest curates "SMOKE AND MIRRORS," featuring the work of 20 artists "faking it in every sense of the word."
Agnes R. Katz Plaza: Salsa dancing to Johnny Blas Latin Orchestra.
Corner of Eighth and Penn avenues: Line dancing with Roland Ford.
937 Liberty Ave.: Gospel performance with Deryck Tines and the Spirit and Soul Gospel Choir.
Wood Street Galleries, 601 Wood St.: "Physical Conditions," featuring installation work by Henrik Menne, Marnix de Nijs, Edward van der Heide and Donato Piccolo that investigates the physicality of sensory experience.
ArtUp, 820 Liberty Ave.: "Revelations" – post-apocalyptic emporium by C.B. Fisher, an abstract satire on the beauty of survival after a demise of civilization.
707 Penn Ave.: "DISCOMBOBULATED," new works by Marc Burgess.
709 Penn Ave.: "Satan’s Camaro" prints on wood by Justin Strom and Lenore Thomas.
943 Liberty Ave.: T-shirt art exhibition.
MCG @ 800 Penn Avenue: An exhibition of art made while participants wore chalk shoes. It’s by Julia Mandle.