{August 14, 2009}   Zooid Vamoose


Starting literally today, Tory Franklin, Cha-Cha’s first floor printmaker, is exhibiting work at Flux gallery space in Kensington! “A multi-media installation featuring electronically enhanced light conducting LED prints, drawings, and cut-vinyl pieces, Tory’s work utilizes our animal friends (and foes!) as reassuring stand-ins to pictorialize human dramas, fears, and flashes of joy.” The exhibition runs for a month, with an opening reception for Zooid Vamoose Saturday, Aug. 15th, 7-10pm, 3000 N. Hope Street, Phila, PA 19133

Tory Flux

Update: Check out the mention in NY Times article about art in Philly, (8/28/09).


{June 30, 2009}   Scout and Little Tongue

From the staging of Collecting Dust: For the weekend, Emily Rabkin turned our first floor into the cupboard of a dust archivist and stage of verse. Tristan did live music for it, and there were shadow puppets (by Lee Davis, Cecily Anderson, and Nina Macintosh). I couldn’t get a good picture of the projection, but they were really beautiful. (If anyone has better photos, do send them). Below is Emily, pictures of the set (jars! dust! keys hanging on a wire!), and Scout (Alexis Scott) and Littletongue (Monica Gomery) wrapping each other in string.





{June 7, 2009}   Art on the Road

On June 20th we’re hosting an Art on the Road benefit. Bands downstairs, art and artists upstairs.  Featuring The Wayfairs, Conversations with Enemies, and Sailboat! Art by Tory Franklin, Eric Remer, Jesse Rinyu, & more! Doors 6pm, $5 cover.


et cetera