First Friday, November 3, 6-8pm
First Friday, December 1, 6-8pm
Wonder Women by Chelsey Cordero of Cricket Lane Studio is a collection of handlettered prints featuring quotes from empowered women to empower women.
Chelsey Cordero: Wonder Women will be on view through Sunday, December 31, 2017.
First Friday, July 7, 6-8pm
First Friday, August 4, 6-8pm
Sarah Kaizar is on a mission to illustrate all of the species currently identified as critically endangered by the United States Fish & Wildlife Service. A portion of all sales from this body of work are donated to the Center for Biological Diversity to support their efforts in protecting the lands, waters and climate that species need to survive.
Sarah Kaizar: Rally for the Rare: Endangered Species in North America will be on view through Sunday, August 27, 2017.
First Friday, March 3, 6-8pm
First Friday, April 7, 6-8pm
Thom Duffy's Still Lifes exhibition started with plantings in his backyard and turned into a series of watercolors that are a visual dialog of healing, caring, nurturing, and the cycle of life.
Thom Duffy: Still Lifes will be on view through Sunday, April 30, 2017.
First Friday, January 6, 6-8pm
First Friday, February 3, 6-8pm
Laura Kicey's exhibition of colorful cat prints combines her unique take on the zodiac and her passion for all things cat. Kicey is an artist, photographer and all around general crazy cat lady who is known for her popular Olive & Rye social media sites.
Laura Kicey: ZodiaCats will be on view through Sunday, February 26, 2017.
First Friday, November 4, 6-8pm
First Friday, December 2, 6-8pm
Marlise Tkaczuk's exhibition of colorful and quirky screenprints explores her passion for all things kitty.
Marlise Tkaczuk: Cat Scratch Fever will be on view through Monday, January 2, 2017.
First Friday, September 2, 6-8pm
First Friday, October 7, 6-8pm
Eli VandenBerg's exhibition of new etchings will explore various Philadelphia landmarks of special significance to the artist.
Eli VandenBerg: Landmarks will be on view through Sunday, October 30.
First Friday, May 6, 6-8pm
First Friday, June 3, 6-8pm
Melissa McCullough's exhibition will explore the past and present history of the Philadelphia Zoo, the oldest zoo in the country, through cross stitch. Colorful images of animals, art and architecture will be featured as well as the much beloved 'elephant keys' that activated talking storybooks at the zoo.
Melissa McCullough: Garden of Zoological Stitches will be on view through Sunday, June 26.
First Friday, March 4, 6-8pm
First Friday, April 1, 6-8pm
Cray-Jawn Illustrator James Olstein creates screenprints of coloring book pages about Philadelphia.
First Friday, February 5, 6-8pm
Philadelphia Mummers Portraits by photographer Howard Waxman draws in the audience through his intimate portrayals of heavily costumed participants at the annual Mummers Parade that takes place in Philadelphia on New Year's Day.
First Friday, September 4, 6-8pm
First Friday, October 2, 6-8pm
Award-winning Philadelphia illustrator and author Greg Pizzoli is exhibiting colorful screenprints of Philadelphia buildings.
The First Friday, October 2 reception is presented as part of The Print Center's Centennial: The Print Center 100 a citywide celebration taking place September-December 2015, comprised of 100 unique components including exhibitions, public art events, commissions, lectures, publications, and a Gala & street party. The celebration honors the organization's accomplishments over the last 100 years and its long-standing relationships with fellow leading arts and culture organizations throughout the city including Philadelphia Independents, and explores the unique attributes of print - its immediacy and accessibility - that make it one of today's most vital visual mediums.
First Friday, January 2, 6-8pm
First Friday, February 6, 6-8pm
Philadelphia photographer Emily Hinchcliff travels the world (and her own backyard) to capture the light, look and cultures she encounters. Framed and unframed prints are available.
First Friday, November 7, 6-8pm
First Friday, December 5, 6-8pm
Old City resident and artist, Michael Penn's current exhibition, Ben Franklin Bridge, features his stark, black and white photographs of the iconic Philadelphia bridge. Framed and unframed prints are available.
First Friday, September 5, 6-8pm
First Friday, October 3, 6-8pm
Dominic Episcopo's Meat America explores America's obsession with meat with plenty of patriotic imagery. Framed and unframed prints are available as well as his critically-acclaimed hardcover book of the same title.
First Friday, May 2, 5-8pm
First Friday, June 6, 5-8pm
Andrew Pinkham's Birds of a Feather exhibition features his contemporary photo-illustrations of birds that are reminiscent of 18th century pastoral paintings. Framed and unframed prints are available.