Events


"Scrambled Eggs" @ Mural Arts: Annual Winter Exhibition Reception

posted Dec 15, 2011, 3:07 AM by Scott Bickmore   [ updated Dec 15, 2011, 3:21 AM ]

Event: Mural Arts Program Faculty Show

Date: Thursday, December 15th, 2011 (4-7p)

Address: Crane Arts Building

1400 N. American St.

Philadelphia, PA 19122


Exhibiting: 


THE BLUEBIRD OF HAPPINESS 

“Scrambled Eggs” 

(Blueberries, Beeswax*, Coconut Oil, IKEA panel) 

© 2011 SSEWARD LLC 

 

“Scrambed Eggs” is a part of artist Scott Bickmore’s fashion line 

project The Bluebird of Happiness--an initiative incorporating 

therapeutic activity into its production. In collaboration with the Arts 

Academy at Benjamin Rush, Bickmore and students with autism 

produced “Nest and Healing Eggs” for the 2011 PIFA Fashion Show 

at the Kimmel Center. “Scrambed Eggs” was the original surface 

used to make this moisturizing and multi-functional product. 


*Donated by Beaupre Apiary

December 15th, 2011 from 4 to 7pm 
Location: Crane Arts Building

Since 1984, the Mural Arts Program has impacted the lives of thousands of young people in Philadelphia.

Witness the 21st century evolution of our award-winning art education program at the Annual Winter Exhibition
and celebrate our students and teaching artists.

Join special guest Gary Steuer, Chief Cultural Officer at the Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy
for the City of Philadelphia, Mural Arts Executive Director Jane Golden, and poet, activist,
and educator, Sonia Sanchez for an evening of art, music, food, and fun.

RSVP: 215-685-0759 | events@muralarts.org


"Scrapper's Delight"

posted Dec 15, 2011, 3:05 AM by Scott Bickmore

"Scrapper's Delight"
Time
Friday, October 7 · 6:30pm - 9:30pm

Location
VWVOFFKA
2311 Frankford Ave
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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VWVOFFKA presents 7 object obsessed artists of the 21st century working in an excess of recycled materials from dumpster treasures, car parts, sampled sounds, found fabrics, to abandoned property. This diverse collection revolves around the artist taking on a Hunter-gatherer role to seek out materials that feed their art. Each artist assembles the discarded items according to their own individual aesthetic approach. Waste once rendered useless, now stands as polished works of art, so please come and re-consume the material artworks in your own experience with work by

Kim Creighton, Jim Garvey, Candace Karch, Distort, 
Vinson Houston, Scott Bickmore, Vincent Finazzo

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