Broad Street Review Visits City of Love

“When asked what the most impactful piece is, Carter had difficulty pinpointing one piece but shared ‘Bradley Maule’s work is one piece in this show that is about love and loss” and describes how these creative photographs of an intact home that quickly became an empty lot represents an impactful message of the show “you gotta love and cherish before it’s gone.'”

Click here to read the full article about our City of Love exhibit from the Broad Street Review.

City of Love is on view through June 19, 2022.

• Special Exhibition • City of Love On View Thru June 19

City of Love: Artists Inspired By Philadelphia

April 29, 2022 – June 19, 2022

Opening Reception: Saturday, April 30, 2022, 12pm to 5pm

City of Love presents a visual story of the elements that come together to make Philadelphia a special and inspiring place. From paintings to papercuts, this exhibit features 14 local artists showcasing their unique perspectives of Philadelphia through a variety of mediums. See subjects as diverse as the city itself, ranging from abstract portraits of local people to photos of the Schuylkill River from a kayak.

It’s all about love for the great city of Philadelphia.

Featured artists:

Terrill Kevyn Johnson
Tom Judd
Bradley Maule
Olivia Duffy
Mason From Blendini
Jessie Husband
Yeho Bostick
Rosa Leff
Lace In The Moon
Paul Carpenter
Ellie Moniz
Jessica Rogers
Dave Krevolin

Curated by Mason Carter.


Pictured work: Race Street by Rosa Leff, Boathouse Row by Jessica Rogers, Pretzel Crochet by Lace in the Moon, Cal Massey by Terrill Kevyn Johnson

• Special Exhibition • Neon Currents On View Jan 28

Neon Currents

January 28, 2022 – March 20, 2022

Neon Currents brings together contemporary work from eight regional neon artists. Entering the world of neon from different pathways, the exhibiting artists include neon glass blowers, designers, and instructors. Simultaneously staged at the Neon Museum of Philadelphia and The Art Trust at Meridian Bank in West Chester, Neon Currents features large installations, mixed media, and sculpture—showcasing the creative, exciting and inspiring ways neon is used beyond the traditional application of signage.

Featured artists: Len Davidson, Alissa Eberle, Eve Hoyt, Danielle James, Victoria Ahmadizadeh Melendez, Fred Musso, Mark Naylor, Haley Ryane Meushaw

Curated by Eve Hoyt.

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Dates & Locations:

• Neon Museum of Philadelphia, 1800 N American St, Philadelphia, PA 19122

  On view through March 20, 2022

Hours: Friday | 4pm – 8pm; Saturday & Sunday | 12pm – 5pm

  Opening Reception: Saturday, February 5, 2022 1pm to 4pm


The Art Trust at Meridian Bank, 16 W Market St, West Chester, PA 19382

  On view through February 25, 2022

Hours: Weekdays | 9am – 4:30pm

  Opening Reception: Friday, February 4, 2022 5pm to 8:30pm


Pictured: Evocations 5 by Mark Naylor, Glitch Candles by Alissa Eberle, For The Young Woman Who Has Everything by Danielle James

• Special Exhibition • Alchemy Illuminated: The Art of Crafting from Trash


Alchemy Illuminated: The Art of Crafting from Trash

presented by the Philadelphia Dumpster Divers

November 5, 2021 – December 19, 2021

A very special group show from Philadelphia’s Dumpster Diver art collective, Alchemy Illuminated is part of Philly’s annual CraftMONTH, in which CraftNOW showcases the city’s craft and making scene through a series of events surrounding the Philadelphia Museum of Art Contemporary Craft Show.

Formed 29 years ago,  the Philadelphia Dumpster Divers are a found object art collective. Join us for this exciting exhibit of assemblage at its finest, with artist appearances and events throughout the show.

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• Friday, November 5th, 4-8pm: First Friday soft opening •

• Saturday, November 6th, 12-5pm: Grand opening of the exhibit • Meet the Dumpster Divers •

Exhibiting artists:

Betsy Alexander
Harry Anderson
Ellen Benson
Neil Benson
George Bilyk
Charmaine Caire
Alden W. Cole
Carol Cole
Len Davidson
James Dupree
Charna Eisner
George Felice
Bruce Gast
Joanne Hoffman
Eve Hoyt
Hugo Hsu
John Jonik
Ann Keech
Diane Keller
Smokie Kittner
Christine Nagata
Taji Nahl
Susan Richards
Leo Sewell
Simone Spicer
Joel Spivak
Jim Ulrich
Ted Warchal
Sally Lilychild Willowbee
Burnell Yow!


Pictured works: Preserve and Protect by Carol Cole, National Wrench by Harry Anderson, Black Lives Matter by Sally Lilychild Willowbee, GRETA by Joanne Hoffman, African American Youth by Simone Spicer