Discover Philadelphia’s Street Art
with Conrad Benner.
Wednesday, October 23, 2019 • 2:00 PM
Conrad created the website www.streetsdept.org which documents and celebrates street art and muralism across the city’s public spaces. The Philadelphia Inquirer says “He has helped bring national respect to a Philadelphia art scene that deserves it.” Conrad, with the help of local artists, has also been instrumental in campaigns to increase voter turnout and to raise awareness and money to end youth homelessness in Philadelphia.
He was the curator and organizer of Revolutionary: A Pop-Up Street Art Exhibition, commissioned by Visit Philadelphia in 2017. The artists’ work depicted challenges to the current political and social status quo and was installed at 13 locations across Philadelphia’s historic district. Streetsdept.org also offers podcasts, such as a recent interview with the Director of Tyler School of Art’s Department of Exhibitions and Public Programs.
Join us to meet this energetic, creative young man who enriches the lives of many Philadelphians (with 140,000+ Instagram followers).
The program will be at the First Presbyterian Church: 201 So. 21st Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103; MacColl Room. The entrance is on 21st Street. There is an elevator for handicapped accessibility. Please let us know in advance if this is needed.
This program is free for Penn’s Village members and volunteers. Other guests are welcome to attend three programs before joining and/or volunteering. A $10 donation to Penn’s Village from each guest per program will be most appreciated. Please RSVP to email@example.com or (215) 925 7333. If you cannot attend, please cancel your reservation to make room for others.