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Sep
28
Mon
Pop Up Garden at South Street Seasonal Opening
Sep 28 all-day

The PHS Pop Up Garden® at South Street invites visitors to once again experience a unique blend of horticulture and culinary arts, and to explore the newly renovated site along with neighbors and their community. Visitors in the garden can sample a delicious seasonal menu of food a selection of well-curated cocktails, a variety of frozen drinks, craft beers, non-alcoholic beverages, wine, and snacks.

The Pop Up Garden at South Street is open through October 2020, Monday through Thursday from 5 pm—10 pm, and Friday through Sunday from noon to 10 pm. For the most information on hours, menu, safety guidelines, inclement weather plans, and more, visit https://phsonline.org/locations/phs-pop-up-garden-south-street.

Sep
29
Tue
Pop Up Garden at South Street Seasonal Opening
Sep 29 all-day

The PHS Pop Up Garden® at South Street invites visitors to once again experience a unique blend of horticulture and culinary arts, and to explore the newly renovated site along with neighbors and their community. Visitors in the garden can sample a delicious seasonal menu of food a selection of well-curated cocktails, a variety of frozen drinks, craft beers, non-alcoholic beverages, wine, and snacks.

The Pop Up Garden at South Street is open through October 2020, Monday through Thursday from 5 pm—10 pm, and Friday through Sunday from noon to 10 pm. For the most information on hours, menu, safety guidelines, inclement weather plans, and more, visit https://phsonline.org/locations/phs-pop-up-garden-south-street.

Sep
30
Wed
Pop Up Garden at South Street Seasonal Opening
Sep 30 all-day

The PHS Pop Up Garden® at South Street invites visitors to once again experience a unique blend of horticulture and culinary arts, and to explore the newly renovated site along with neighbors and their community. Visitors in the garden can sample a delicious seasonal menu of food a selection of well-curated cocktails, a variety of frozen drinks, craft beers, non-alcoholic beverages, wine, and snacks.

The Pop Up Garden at South Street is open through October 2020, Monday through Thursday from 5 pm—10 pm, and Friday through Sunday from noon to 10 pm. For the most information on hours, menu, safety guidelines, inclement weather plans, and more, visit https://phsonline.org/locations/phs-pop-up-garden-south-street.

Oct
1
Thu
Pop Up Garden at South Street Seasonal Opening
Oct 1 all-day

The PHS Pop Up Garden® at South Street invites visitors to once again experience a unique blend of horticulture and culinary arts, and to explore the newly renovated site along with neighbors and their community. Visitors in the garden can sample a delicious seasonal menu of food a selection of well-curated cocktails, a variety of frozen drinks, craft beers, non-alcoholic beverages, wine, and snacks.

The Pop Up Garden at South Street is open through October 2020, Monday through Thursday from 5 pm—10 pm, and Friday through Sunday from noon to 10 pm. For the most information on hours, menu, safety guidelines, inclement weather plans, and more, visit https://phsonline.org/locations/phs-pop-up-garden-south-street.

Oct
2
Fri
George Rodriguez: La Flor, El Nicho, y sus Memorias
Oct 2 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Artist George Rodriguez will use the intimate space offered by the Bonovitz Gallery at The Clay Studio to create a reflection and meditation area during his exhibition: “La Flor, El Nicho, y sus Memorias”. One viewer at a time can enter for a quiet, solitary moment where they will be given an opportunity to shape clay to contribute to an altar inside. Rodriguez’s altar, and the figures created by visitors will be used in a special shared offering ceremony to honor Dia De Los Muertos, the Day of the Dead, at the exhibition’s closing on November 1. 

Lisa Naples: Using the Sun to Find North
Oct 2 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

“Using the Sun to Find North” is one of the chief ways people navigate when they find themselves disoriented and with no compass or map.  This exhibition, by The Clay Studio Resident Artist Alumni Lisa Naples, includes series that explore this theme.  One of the series featured, “Wayfinding” uses a collection of plates to track the progress of a fallen red-tailed hawk, as she faces choices that will determine the quality of her last days. Naples also uses stop-frame locomotion in “Impermanence,” which explores the static, and ever-changing way of life. The exhibition will be on display at The Clay Studio’s Gallery from October 2nd – November 15th and will be available to view online in its entirety during that time. If you are interested in a more in-depth look at the exhibition, visit The Clay Studio’s website, where you can reserve a spot in a limited number of safe, socially distant, private gallery tours, led by Lisa Naples. 

Oct
3
Sat
George Rodriguez: La Flor, El Nicho, y sus Memorias
Oct 3 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Artist George Rodriguez will use the intimate space offered by the Bonovitz Gallery at The Clay Studio to create a reflection and meditation area during his exhibition: “La Flor, El Nicho, y sus Memorias”. One viewer at a time can enter for a quiet, solitary moment where they will be given an opportunity to shape clay to contribute to an altar inside. Rodriguez’s altar, and the figures created by visitors will be used in a special shared offering ceremony to honor Dia De Los Muertos, the Day of the Dead, at the exhibition’s closing on November 1. 

Lisa Naples: Using the Sun to Find North
Oct 3 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

“Using the Sun to Find North” is one of the chief ways people navigate when they find themselves disoriented and with no compass or map.  This exhibition, by The Clay Studio Resident Artist Alumni Lisa Naples, includes series that explore this theme.  One of the series featured, “Wayfinding” uses a collection of plates to track the progress of a fallen red-tailed hawk, as she faces choices that will determine the quality of her last days. Naples also uses stop-frame locomotion in “Impermanence,” which explores the static, and ever-changing way of life. The exhibition will be on display at The Clay Studio’s Gallery from October 2nd – November 15th and will be available to view online in its entirety during that time. If you are interested in a more in-depth look at the exhibition, visit The Clay Studio’s website, where you can reserve a spot in a limited number of safe, socially distant, private gallery tours, led by Lisa Naples. 

Sacred Adornment: Jewelry as Belief in Ancient Egypt
Oct 3 @ 1:00 pm – 10:00 pm

The ancient Egyptians created stunning jewelry in a wide variety of materials, from metals such as gold and copper to glass and semi-precious gemstones. A new exhibition at Glencairn Museum, Sacred Adornment: Jewelry as Belief in Ancient Egypt, features pieces that tempt visitors to explore how both the living and the dead of this ancient culture used jewelry to adorn, to protect and to express devotion to the divine.

The exhibition opens in Glencairn Museum’s Upper Hall on Saturday, February 29, and runs through Sunday, November 1. Visitors can view it Tuesday through Friday as part of the 2:30 pm guided castle tour or by appointment; on the weekends, Sacred Adornment is open 1-4:30 pm without an appointment, by donation. Admission to this exhibition is also included in events. Glencairn Museum is at 1001 Cathedral Road, Bryn Athyn 19009.

Tuesday-Friday with 2:30 pm guided tour or by appointment
Weekends 1:00 – 4:30 pm, by donation, no appointment necessary
Admission included with guided tours and events 

Oct
4
Sun
George Rodriguez: La Flor, El Nicho, y sus Memorias
Oct 4 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Artist George Rodriguez will use the intimate space offered by the Bonovitz Gallery at The Clay Studio to create a reflection and meditation area during his exhibition: “La Flor, El Nicho, y sus Memorias”. One viewer at a time can enter for a quiet, solitary moment where they will be given an opportunity to shape clay to contribute to an altar inside. Rodriguez’s altar, and the figures created by visitors will be used in a special shared offering ceremony to honor Dia De Los Muertos, the Day of the Dead, at the exhibition’s closing on November 1.