EVENTS

La Feria del Barrio

Date:
September 11, 2021, from 12 PM to 6 PM.
Location:
North Fifth Street between Huntingdon and Somerset Streets

Since 1979, La Feria del Barrio has celebrated Latino culture, family, and the economic and educational aspirations of the people of North Philadelphia with:

  • Live Latin music and dancing
  • Latino food delicacies
  • Art and crafts
  • Much, much more

We can’t wait to see you there.

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PUERTO RICAN DAY PARADE

September 25 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

PLEASE JOIN US FOR OUR PUERTO RICAN DAY PARADE – PART OF OUR ANNUAL CULTURAL EVENTS SERIES!

A celebration of Latino culture in the heart of the city’s streets. Traditional Latino music, poetry, and dance make this vibrant festival a must-see event. Held on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, the Puerto Rican Parade typically has around 1,500 marchers; more than 5,000 attendees; and 96,000 tune-in to watch live on 6ABC.

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PAST EVENTS

Tuesday, August 9th, 2022
5 pm to 7 pm
Las Parcelas Garden, 2248 Palethorp Street

Our youth has been working all Summer long and now it’s time to celebrate all that they’ve accomplished! 🔥😎☀️

Please join NSNP, in collaboration with @photography.without.borders and @paintedbrideartcenter to our Summer Program Celebration.

It’s a potluck, please bring a dish 😋

Expect to see youth performances, art exhibitions, farm stand and so much more!

We can’t wait to see you there.

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Saturday, August 6, 2022
10AM-3PM
Bartram's Garden
5400 Lindbergh Blvd., Philadelphia, PA 19143

Join Photography Without Borders to take photos and be photographed for September exhibit at Gravy Gallery as part of the 20/20 Photo Festival with Homies Helping Homies, a community mutual aid initiative focusing on food and household item distribution in the Point Breeze neighborhood of South Philadelphia.

Explore the 50 acre public park with your family, friends, and pets!
Light refreshments provided, bring your lunch to enjoy at the picnic tables.

Then catch up with us on September 2nd, 2022
to view portraits of our students with other individuals
making positive contributions in the community at
Gravy Studio & Gallery at 2424 E. York St.
as part of the 20/20 Photo Festival

20/20 photo festival
20/20 Photo festival
Saturday, August 6, 2022
10AM-3PM
Bartram's Garden
5400 Lindbergh Blvd., Philadelphia, PA 19143

Join Photography Without Borders to take photos and be photographed for September exhibit at Gravy Gallery as part of the 20/20 Photo Festival with Homies Helping Homies, a community mutual aid initiative focusing on food and household item distribution in the Point Breeze neighborhood of South Philadelphia.

Explore the 50 acre public park with your family, friends, and pets!
Light refreshments provided, bring your lunch to enjoy at the picnic tables.

Then catch up with us on September 2nd, 2022
to view portraits of our students with other individuals
making positive contributions in the community at
Gravy Studio & Gallery at 2424 E. York St.
as part of the 20/20 Photo Festival

20/20 photo festival
20/20 Photo festival
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Come meet our students and see their work!

Young Americans

Exhibition Opens On: Wednesday, December 8, 2021

InLiquid is proud to present Young Americans at the InLiquid Gallery. Young Americans presents new work from Ada Trillo along with work from students of Photography without Borders (PWB), a group of Latinx teens whom Trillo mentored in 2020-2021.Trillo is an award-winning Mexican-American photographer who has become known for her deeply evocative images of migrants at the U.S./Mexican border. Many of the included photographs in Young Americans were taken during 2020 and 2021 while Trillo traveled with the large caravans of migrants hoping to achieve a better life in the United States. Through the course of this project Trillo shared her experiences and expertise with the young artists of PWB who she then challenged to create their own photo essays about their conceptions of what it means to be American. Young Americans culminates in the juxtaposition of the quest for those actively seeking to become American, with the perceived meaning of being American by local Philadelphia youth.This project is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts, with additional support from the Joseph Roberts Foundation and the Friends of InLiquid.Join us for the Second Thursday Reception, December 9thThis show can be viewed at the InLiquid Gallery every Wednesday through Saturday between 12-6pm from December 8th, 2021 – January 22nd, 2022. There will be a reception open to the public for Second Thursday, December 9th, from 6-9pm. RSVP here!

Image By: Ada Trillo

Image By: Ada Trillo

Exhibition at Taller Puertorriqueno

 

Photo Diaries: Philadelphia Latinx and Black students exhibit photographs of their COVID stories; send messages of Solitude, Pain, and Hope

Photography Without Borders partners with Taller Puertorriqueno to present images from the Photo Diaries class through the Youth Artist Workshop this June. The Children & Youth Create Art exhibit includes students’ experiences during the COVID-19 quarantine. The powerful images and stories the students share on these walls allow us a glimpse into their lives and how they, their families, and others in Philadelphia are coping with this historic pandemic.

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Rey Sierra on Photography Without Borders

Rey was the Photo Diary Sensei and instructor. Hear, in his own words, the impact photography has made on his students and himself.

Images from the show:

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