Philadelphia Museum of Art InsideOUT… – East Passyunk Crossing Civic | Facebook

From Philamuseum.org

The Philadelphia Museum of Art is sharing its art. This summer and fall, sixty high-quality replicas of Museum masterpieces will find their way into communities around the region. Each participating neighborhood will feature about ten artworks within a short distance of each other. Walk through the park, hop on a bike, or meander down Main Street through each exciting outdoor exhibition.

Join your family and friends and encounter art in unexpected places. Picnic next to Claude Monet’s iconic Japanese Footbridge, stop to smell the flowers near Georgia O’Keeffe’s Calla Lilies, or shine a flashlight on Paul Gauguin’s Sacred Mountain during a midnight stroll. Never been to the Museum? Inside Out brings treasures from its collection to you. Pick a neighborhood, grab your friends and family, and explore.

EPX and adjacent South Philadelphia neighborhoods will be home to eleven replica paintings.

DOWNLOAD THE MAP OF ALL THE ARTWORKS

From 5/11 – 5/22, Castle Ave. will be closed from 7:00am to 3:30pm to allow delivery of the crane and steel. You will recall that during our last Community Advisory meeting we discussed a plan that would eliminate approx. 4-5 parking spots on Castle Ave. due to the construction fence being expanded. This would allow delivery of the crane and steel to take place in a safer environment.

June 12th 7pm – 11pm
St. Monica’s Lanes
16th and Shunk
$20 before, $25 at the door
Food, drink and raffle prizes (bring your $1’s!) to enter.

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Featuring South Philly’s BEST Basket Raffle!

Enter to win gift certificates and treats from the neighborhood’s hottest and most generous shops and restaurants.

SEE LIST OF BASKETS

There will also be an Air Hockey Tournament with a prize for the winner!





EPX will be holding a public meeting on Tuesday, April 21st at 7PM in the Neumann-Goretti Cafeteria with Councilman Squilla, representatives from Parks and Recreation, and representatives of Tolentine Community Center to discuss the future of the Tolentine site (1025 Mifflin St) and greater public access and neighborhood involvement. Please come to this meeting with your best ideas to enhance public access (e.g., dog park, community garden, playground, etc.) to provide direction for this important publicly-owned site.

Tolentine Community Center Meeting Flyer-page-001