Community Art – Everybody Wins

Today is the last day that Ci-Lines, the temporary installation created by Aaron Asis at St. Andrew’s Collegiate Chapel, will exist. It has been an incredible experience to work with the talented and visionary Mr. Asis, to spend time in the stunningly beautiful Chapel, to work the Penn Alexander 5th graders, and to welcome the hundreds of visitors that have come to see the exhibition so far. The chapel at 4205 Spruce Street will be open to the public from noon to 4:00 pm. Then at 4:00, we will host “Stories of St. Andrew’s”, and we will listen to and share stories about the history, the architecture and the community that is/was St. Andrew’s. I hope to see you there.

I also want to extend an appreciative welcome to the 20 new subscribers to Them That Do!

 

Aaron Asis, right, looks at his installation at St. Andrew's Collegiate Chapel with 5th graders from Penn Alexander School.

Aaron Asis, right, looks at his installation at St. Andrew’s Collegiate Chapel with 5th graders from Penn Alexander School.

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