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WANDERING: Observations of Our Watershed Preview Reception

Date:Thursday, April 18th


Location: Fairmount Water Works (link to venue website)640 Water Works Drive Philadelphia, PA 19130

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Admission: Free

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Thursday, April 18th, 2024
4:30pm to 7:30PM
Wine, Beer and Refreshments
Graciously Donated by 31st and Wharton
A catered light fare will be available.
RSVP by April 12th

This special exhibition centered on artists’ observations of our regions, Watershed is
directed by Karen Young for the Fairmount Water Works and curated by Thom Duffy.
Visitors will wander through this fine art exhibition of drawings, paintings,
photographs by Philadelphia artists. The selection of antique and contemporary art
will capture our rivers, streams, wildlife, and tidal wetlands. The purpose of the
exhibition is to allow visitors to explore our watershed and discuss the intricacies and
nuances of balancing an ecosystem in an urban setting. How do the activities in our daily lives impact our watershed? As we view this exhibition, we are reminded that we are a crucial component of our habitat, challenging it’s sustainability.

Contributing Artists: Nancy Agati, John Carlan, Melvin Chappell, Chris Cox, Antoaneta Denkin, Daniel Flinchbaugh, Michael Frechette, Michael Gallagher, Richard Metz, Kate Kern Munde and Rebecca Schultz

Antique Paintings: Ethel Ashton and Seymour Rotman Courtesy Whitaker and Moore
Morris Blackburn Courtesy Michael Gallagher


To attend this event, please register HERE .


The exhibition is brought to you in part by
Fund for the Water Works and the Ed F. Grusheski Water Literacy Foundation
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