THE MEADOWS ARTS PARK
Park Season / AUGUST 24 to NOVEMBER 30, 2016
Weekly Programming / Wednesdays through NOVEMBER 30, 6-7:30PM
Official Opening / SEPTEMBER 8, 6-8PM
‘The Meadows’ Arts Park is reshaping creativity in South Kensington. Located in a formerly vacant lot across the street from the Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, the pop-up park is as a space for neighbors to meet, enjoy the outdoors, and experience art anytime they would like.
The Philly Block Project’s Pop-Up Arts Park on the 1400 block of N. American St. will open September 8th with music to celebrate the community-built space. The Philly Block Project will host Wednesday Nights In The Meadows, an array of weekly arts and community programming from 6pm – 7:30pm beginning August 24th.
Bring blankets and chairs!
September 8: Opening celebration for The Block exhibition, featuring La Familia Rojas
September 14: Salsa Dance Lessons
September 21: Daniel de Jesus in concert
September 28: Youth Talent Show and Open Mic
October 5: Pig Iron School & Friends Cabaret (PG-13)
October 12: “20G” Film Screening, & Conversation w/ Director, Gilberto Gonzalez
October 19: “Rise of Tigers” Screening & Talk w/ Directors Max Pulcini and Matthew Albisi
October 26: Bring-Your-Own-Kniffe Knife Pumpkin Carving Party
November 2: The Dirty Soap Blues Band Acoustic Party
November: 9 “Waste” Experimental Film Screening & Augmented Reality Walk Video by Termite Collective
November 16: Night Photography Class w/ Lori Waselchuk
November 23: Community Service Project
November 30: The Meadows Closing Party
In addition to weekly ‘Wednesday Nights in the Meadows,’ all are invited to attend the park’s official opening. Join us on September 8 from 6-8pm, alongside the unveiling of ‘The Block’ exhibition.
For more information, please contact Lori Waselchuk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Major support for Philly Block Project has been provided by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage with additional support from:
The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
Penn Treaty Special Services District
In- kind support from:
The Residents of South Kensington