Philadelphia Studio Tours with ACC and CraftNOW

Philadelphia Studio Tours with ACC and CraftNOW

Start date

Saturday, October 13, 2018, 11:30am

End date

Saturday, October 13, 2018, 6:00pm

Location

UArts

320 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102
United States

CraftNOW-Studio-Tour


In partnership with CraftNOW and Philadelphia Open Studio Tours, ACC invites you to spend the afternoon touring some of Philadelphia’s most exciting maker spaces. A tour bus will travel from Center City to visit Globe Dye Works, MaKen Studios, Bahdeebahdu, and the Crane Arts Building before ending in Old City with receptions happening simultaneously at several galleries.

Tour Itinerary
11:30 a.m. Depart University of the Arts, 320 South Broad Street
12 p.m. Globe Dye Works
2 p.m. MaKen Studios
4 p.m. Bahdeebahdu
4:30 p.m. Crane Arts Building with InLiquid and Icebox Project Space
6 p.m. Receptions in Old City at Center for Art in Wood, The Clay Studio, Moderne Gallery, and Wexler Gallery

Globe Dye Works
A former yarn-dyeing factory, Globe Dye Works has been transformed into a community of artists, designers, and fabricators. Tour the studios of Brian Giniewski and Stacey Lee Webber, while also seeing the brand new gallery and event spaces.

MaKen Studios
Short for “Made in Kensington” and comprised of nearly 300,000 square feet, MaKen Studios are two repurposed, industrial buildings in North Philadelphia that foster the development and sustainability of successful professional craftspeople, entrepreneurs, small businesses, and manufacturers.

Bahdeebahdu
Bahdeebahdu specializes in mixing contemporary art and design with a philosophy rooted in beauty, pleasure, and humor. Mixed-media artist Warren Muller and designer RJ Thornburg have created a magical environment for viewing and collecting handmade works.

Crane Arts Building
Crane Arts has four floors of galleries and artist studios with The Old School across the street, which is home to Pig Iron Theatre and a bouquet of artist studios converted from former classrooms. InLiquid, Icebox Project Space, and other galleries are located throughout the first floor.