Art On the Hill featuring Jessika Tarr

  Jessika Dené Tarr was raised in both Southern Germany and Southern California. Her formative years were impressed by the sublime visual and cultural stimulations of Europe while her teenage years were spent by (and in)…

Chelsea Mitchell On the Hill Session at Kettle Pot Tracks

Chelsea knows just what to do: listen, and I bet it’s immediately obvious what I mean. Right?

Art On the Hill featuring Jim Avignon

  Jim Avignon is a Painter, Illustrator, and Conceptual Artist, and one of the most unusual figures in the contemporary German art scene.

Rosu Lup On the Hill Session at Kettle Pot Tracks

Rosu Lup is a five piece band from philly-ish. I wrote to a friend while they playing (she’d heard about them from a different friend and was curious): “well, it turns out their really good…” I…

North Bowl is AWESOME, and this is why:

In addition to the incredible donated art, here are some other ways that you can help raise money: There will be four Todd-themed drink specials available: The Toddtini (aka cosmopolitan) The Margaritodd (aka margarita) The Todd Twist…

Favorite Stories Don’t End: a benefit auction for Todd Marrone’s wife and children

 Todd painted this mural in Northern Liberties (Philadelphia) this past fall. It just down a bit from where the benefit will be held. On March 22 there will be an auction at North Bowl (909 N…

Northern Liberties gift basket, assembled by Ali McCloud, Arcadia Boutique

Thanks again to Ali for putting together this wonderful grouping: please drop in to Arcadia (819 N. 2nd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19123) to let her know we appreciate it! List of donations: -Arcadia Boutique: Leather Collina…

The Sea The Sea On the Hill Session at Kettle Pot Tracks

This pair is composed of two loving, careful musicians that just happen to be two loving, careful people in love… What I’m saying is their newest album title—Love We Are We Love—comes as honestly as anything…

Art On the Hill featuring Chelsey Pettyjohn

  Chelsey Pettyjohn is an artist from Oklahoma, living and working in Brooklyn, New York. She is interested in articulating a specific loneliness that can be viewed as delicately, strangely beautiful.

Art On the Hill One Year Later with Bevan McShea

See Bevan’s “Birds” show opening tonight at Sweet Mabel Folk Art & Fine Craft. Bevan also will be showing work in: Selinsgrove, Manayunk, “Art Up” at Underground Arts, and “Favorite Stories Don’t End,” a show and silent…