THE STUDIO AT CENTER FOR CREATIVE WORKS IS CURRENTLY CLOSED
Since March of 2020, we have been working with our artists remotely. To learn more about our programming, visit our REMOTE SERVICES page
February 14, 2020
Reciprocity is a show conceived in celebration of the ongoing conversation between the collective of artists at the Center for Creative Works. Everyday artists from all backgrounds and walks of life, with varied skill sets and a wide range of abilities come together under one roof to simply create. Inspiration and creativity flow freely through this studio, and the teaching artists and participants share in the giving and receiving of both. While day to day operations focus primarily on fostering the artwork of the participants, that artwork is nourished by the skill sets of the teachers who devote their days to mentorship and guidance. That unending conversation is highlighted by the choices of participant artwork from each of the exhibiting teaching artists, creating a visual, tactile, and auditory montage of
what I hope is conveyed in this collection, the understanding that through art there truly is no separation, that through the act of creating something new to the world we all share a common language.
Curated by Heather Walker
featuring Annesley Williams, Anna Malsky, Jerard Harris, Ken McNelis, Dave Siebert, Alex Rosenbaum, Eric Stewart, Marley Scheiner, Sherina Poorman, Kelly Brown, Stephanie Petro-McClellan, Jinie Park, Brooke Heckler, Clifford Ward, David Schmuckler, Scott Porcelli, Pearl Corry, Samantha Mitchell, Jenny Cox, Cindy Gosselin, Heather Walker, Michael Evans, Joyce Moseley, Keith Moggach, Owen Ahearn-Browning, Beth Barsky, Paige Donovan, Olubunmi Ojo, Virginia Fleming, Alex Smith, Danielle Cartier, Nathalie Miller, Jason Johnson, Kristina Salamone, Erika Thomas, Rachel Zygmont, Sarah Perry, Julian Roach, Afsaneh Oskouei, and Lydia Bouricius.
Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House Artist Reception
December 04, 2019
Artist Wendy Moreno and Natasha Plaza will have their work permanently installed in the newly-expanded Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House!
"Join us to celebrate the incredible talent that was shared with us by the community to make the walls of our new tower come to life! Once you have taken in the beautiful artwork, join us outside for holiday fun and refreshments at our annual House Lighting Event. The party starts at 6:00 pm, and we’ll light up the Chestnut Street House at 6:45 pm."