Double Duty for Our Own Christina P. Day
Christina P. Day is in two shows this coming Friday and we couldn’t be more proud of her.
‘Make It, Break It, Rebuild It’ is more than just a traditional art exhibition.
Described as a “two-week happening,” over 30 artists are coming together to put on a show about creating, destroying, or reusing.
Jaime Alvarez, Nick Auman, Marcus Balum, Patricia Barrera, Emily Bowser, Brad Carney, Christina P.
Day, Nicole Donnelly, Jenna Efrein, Keith Hartwig, Delia King, Mike Konrad, Ron Longsdorf, Chloris
Lowe, Lisa Murch, Daniel Ostrov, Ryan Parker, Damon Reaves, Mary Tasillo, Mat Tomezsko, Jason
Varone, Bonnie Whitfield, Jared Wood, Tara Wosiski, and Summer Yates, as well as Emerging Muralist
teams Golden Brush Design, Collective Waters, Art Inception, and Junk of Kings.
Exhibition and Philly Fringe Performances open to the public
Sept. 7 & 8th, and Sept. 13, 14, & 15th
Exhibition hours are 6pm – 10pm each night
100 W. Oxford Street
Future home of Oxford Mills and the Philadelphia Center for Educational Excellence
Sept. 7th at 6:30pm – Meg Foley, Goldie Peacock, Laura Jenkins
Sept. 8th at 6:30pm – Meg Foley, Goldie Peacock, Real Live People(in)Motion
Sept. 13th at 8pm – || Lincoln-Line || an interactive fasion show and live music
Sept. 14th at 7pm – Ellie Goudie-Averill, Olive Prince, Zornitsa Stoyanova
Sept. 15th at 7pm – Ellie Goudie-Averill, Olive Prince, Real Live People(in)Motion
All events are FREE!
For tickets, contact the Festival Box Office at (215) 413-1318 or visit http://www.livearts-fringe.org
To download the full press release of Make It, Break It, Rebuild It, click here.
Presented by the New Wilmington Art Association, the ‘RSVP’ show is an annual juried exhibition of works from around the United States. This year it is curated by F. Lennox Campello of the Daily Campello Art News
605 N. Market St.,
Opening Recepption: September 7th, 6-9pm
Closing Reception: October 5th, 6-9pm
Exhibition Dates: September 7th – October 19th