Summer Solstice Benefit, June 23, 2010, 6-9pm


The Rooftop Garden @ Locks Gallery
600 S. Washington Square
Philadelphia, PA 19106 

For your contribution of $400 you will receive two admissions and one fine art print by one of the evening's featured artists (prints are valued up to $2500).

Print selection by proxy is available if you cannot attend, please call 215-701-8057 for details.


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The Graphic Unconscious closes April 11th!

Come check out The Graphic Unconscious before it closes! Special Sunday hours are in place for the closing weekend!

Please note: hours listed are for Sunday April 11th only.


The Galleries at Moore
Moore College of Art & Design
Sunday - 11am - 4pm
20th and the Parkway
1916 Race Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103

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Julius Deutschbauer's Library of Unread Books

Tuesday, April 6th - Saturday, April 10th, 11am- 5:30pm
Artist Julius Deutschbauer will be showing his Library of Unread Books project and will invite members of the Philadelphia community to submit books that they have not read but felt they should. The accumulation of books will be a sort of sociological portrait of Philadelphia in terms of its literary and cultural leanings, as well as an opportunity to delve into other people's (wrong) choices.

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Philagrafika 2010 Out of Print: Print Aweigh, Take Away


Saturday April 10 & Sunday, April 11

APS Museum

104 S. Fifth Street 

10am – 5pm 

• Go treasure hunting for fossils, pigeons and much more in the Dialogues with Darwin exhibition

• Have fun creating prints with stencils and stamps with artist Martin Campos 

 • Make your very own book with renowned book artist Rosae Reader 

 • Grab a free copy of our quirky Walking Tour Map


APS Museum Walking Tour 

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"Out Loud: Artist's Books Performed"

Saturday, April 3, 2010, 2:00 pm

An exhibition and performance of new work from regional and international artists committed to the form of the book. This event is organized by Gallery Store artists Katie Baldwin and Gregory Pizzoli. 

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