Art in the Open: May 18-20, 2018
Art in the Open, presented by the PNC Arts Alive Intiative, turns the Schuylkill River Banks into a public studio space in which artists explore new working methods, develop process-oriented works, and respond to the intersection of urban and natural environments. Showcasing the creative processes of 25 to 40 multidisciplinary professional artists, AiO puts a contemporary spin on the “pleinair” (open air) genre of art popularized in the mid-19th century. The free biennial event brings together printmakers, sculptors, media artists, environmental artists, choreographers, and more to create new work outdoors over the course of three days.
Learn more at http://www.artintheopenphila.org/.
Art in the Open is produced through a collaboration between The Center for Emerging Visual Artists, City Parks Association, and Fairmount Water Works. The 2018 event is presented through the PNC Arts Alive initiative. Major Support provided by The William Penn Foundation. Additional support provided by GD Loft and Ed Bronstein.