It was that time again! I went to the Great Philadelphia Comic Con on Sunday 4/9 and met up with lots of friends and bought new goodies. This year I did not exhibit, so I will not be doing a review of my experience. All I can say is that this Philadelphia-area convention is growing fast!
Hey everyone! So sorry for not posting in a while! I took a bit of a Winter break and went to catch Paint The Revolution at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. It was a snowy day but I’m very happy that I got to see this amazing exhibit! Romantic, Political, Colorful, and everything in between. I went to Paint The Revolution on the final weekend and I also became a member of the Art Museum. I pushed myself to go despite the weather because I actually missed the Frida Kahlo exhibit when I used to live at a nearby campus. I think I made up for it this time!
See the special and regular exhibition pics after the jump! Which ones were your favorite?
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Hello Everyone! Hope you all had a great weekend! I took a few days to recover from the Philly Geek Awards which happened on 8/15. I went with my boyfriend and we met up with some awesome artists, museum staff and some of the fellow geeks who were nominated that night. The ceremony took place at The Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia. My day job was one of the sponsors that made it happen, and I hope that we return for next year’s awards! Thanks so much to Geekadelphia for making an amazing show for Philly Geeks!
Enjoy the photos! 😀
I had a wonderful Saturday celebrating Free Comic Book Day and Maifest in Philadelphia! I picked up comics from Atomic City Comics after waiting in a pretty long line. It was really fun and a great experience! FCBD brings a large crowd for comics fans. The crowds were already pretty large for the Spring Festival celebration which had food vendors, artists and live music. Here are a few pictures from Spring Festival & Free Comic Book Day!
Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission Happy Wednesday! Yesterday, I was contacted by the wonderful people from the Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission in Philadelphia. It is an amazing organization that aims to help the homeless community with shelter, food, and recovery. I have decided to donate my art to Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission to help with personalizing the resident’s spaces. Whether you are in the Philadelphia Area or elsewhere, please consider ways to help on the Holidays or throughout the year. Below you will find Sunday Breakfast’s contact info: Social Media
Website & Donations www.sundaybreakfast.org/donate-now/ THANK YOU! 🙂
Wizard World Philadelphia 2014 has passed and fun was had by all! Most of the photos and my convention review are after the jump.
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