Now in a Neighborhood Near You

made in philly - Bradley Litwin
made in philly - Brooke Hine
made in philly - Daniel Gerwin
made in philly - Benjamin Volta
made in philly - Leah Macdonald
made in philly - Rachel Constantine
made in philly - Al Wachlin Jr
made in philly - Ed Bronstein
made in philly - Brenna K. Murphy
made in philly - East Falls Glassworks
made in philly - Leslie Friedman
made in philly - Douglas Witmer
made in philly - Amy Orr
made in philly - Rebecca Gilbert
made in philly - Carolyn Hesse
made in philly - Colin Keefe
made in philly - Paul DuSold
made in philly - The Clay Studio
made in philly - nick cassway
made in philly - Michele C. Kishita
made in philly - John Karpinski
made in philly - Burnell Yow
made in philly - Meei-Ling Ng
made in philly - Jacques-Jean Tiziou
made in philly - Brooke Lanier
made in philly - James Abbott
made in philly - Michael Yoder
made in philly - Michael Bartmann
made in philly - ANNE CANFIELD
made in philly - Andrea Mihalik
made in philly - Talia Greene
made in philly - Stella Untalan
made in philly - James Dupree
made in philly - Anastasia Alexandrin
made in philly - Mami Kato
made in philly - Marabelle Hincher
made in philly - Darla Jackson
made in philly - Betsy Casanas
made in philly - Joshua Marowitz
made in philly - Karen Aumann
made in philly - Kate Kaman Joel Erland
made in philly - Nari Kim
made in philly - Julius at Torpedo Space
made in philly - Henry Bermudez
made in philly - Marguerita Hagan
made in philly - melissa maddonni haims
made in philly - Amze Emmons
Made in Philly, Center for Emerging Visual Artists, Philadelphia Open Studio Tours

Beginning the first week in September, look for large-scale artwork images on bus shelters, rail platforms, and billboards across the city…and in October, visit the studios of the artists who made them. 

The Center for Emerging Visual Artists and leading sponsors The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, The Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation, and With Art Philadelphia are proud to announce the launch of Made in Philly in conjunction with the 2013 Philadelphia Open Studio Tours. The campaign takes over traditional advertising spaces to showcase the extraordinary but often untold quantity and quality of visual art being produced in Philadelphia...and connects each work displayed to the neighborhood (even block) where it was created!

Made in Philly celebrates the accomplishments of the individuals behind Philadelphia's ongoing creative renaissance. Through a coordinated takeover of 50 street-level advertising spaces throughout Philadelphia, the project will display works created by local artists for September and October 2013. This award-winning Knight Arts Challenge project calls attention to the exceptional works of visual art being produced throughout Philadelphia neighborhoods – and the ideas and promise they represent. The project integrates outstanding artwork, diverse and accomplished professional artists, a carefully-orchestrated promotional campaign, engaging public events, and the 2013 Philadelphia Open Studio Tours to bring audiences the very best of the visual arts this Fall. 

We encourage all Philadelphia visitors and residents to venture just a few blocks away and visit artists in their studios as part of the October Philadelphia Open Studio Tours. 

Help us meet our fundraising goal!
Make a donation to help us reach the last $3500 needed to complete the Knight's matching challenge. In honor of CFEVA's 30th Anniversary this year, please consider donating even $30 - or whatever you can give - to ensure the continued success of this project. 

Made In Philly is supported by 
With Art Philadelphia
The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
NextFab Studio
Silicon
Studio Z Design
Clear Channel Outdoor