CRED Philly issued close to $3000.00 in youth honorarium for issue 6–that’s a whole lot of checks! Every published youth receives $20/per piece published as a gesture of gratitude and appreciation for their hard work.
Now Available at:
French Nail Bar
Milk Crate Cafe
Di Pinto Guitars
Rocket Cat Cafe
Catch & Release
Two Percent to Glory
Steep & Grind
Kaneer Vision Studios
Art Machine Productions Tattoo Studio
Parlour Hair and Skin
Tyler School of Art / 13th and Norris
Drexel University: Hagerty Library / 33rd and Market
Tattooed Mom / 5th and South
Philadelphia Sculptural Gym / Frankford and Norris
Moore / 20th and Race
PA Fine Arts / Broad and Race
UArts: Drama Cafe / Broad and South
UArts: Dorrance Hamilton Hall / Broad and Pine
Hive76: 9th and Spring (Wed Night Open House)
CRED Philly + AfroTaino Productions present the kick off of CRED Philly’s Summer Series with live performances by Irene Diaz + TIVATIVA and a pre-show artist Q+A. Join us as the voice and vision of young Philly is amplified LIVE at CRED OnSite Gallery, 325 South Street.
All proceeds from the series will support the participating young artists and the future publication of CRED Philly.
Students – $7 donation/ticket
Non-students – $12 donation/ticket
FREE WITH ADMISSION
– CRED Photo Booth (choose your CRED cover background and take home your photo)
– CRED Swag Bag (lot’s of art stuff made by CRED’s young artists)
– Make A Print (try your hand at printmaking with CRED artists)
If you’re out-of-town or cannot make it, we’ll miss you! Please consider supporting CRED by buying
tickets anyway or make donation supporting The Village and CRED Philly here.
6:00 pm – Door Open (get drinks and eat some grub)
6:30 pm – Pre-show Q&A with Irene Diaz + TIVATIVA
7:00 pm – Live performances by Irene Diaz TivaTiva
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
TivaTiva is set to levitate toward the stratosphere. Cello-wielding front man Daniel de Jesús captivates
with his powerful, soaring vocals and steals the hearts of all mortals in his presence.
Born in the heart of Los Angeles, CA, Irene Diaz has emerged as an independent singer/songwriter
who has stolen hearts from the first note. Her initial exposure to music came at a young age, at only 15 years
old, and since then has developed an riveting, engaging musical style and her hearty vocal delivery that sets
her apart from many of her contemporaries. Her influences come from other esteemed performers and
singers such as Billie Holiday, Fiona Apple, and Nina Simone, but cites love as her greatest influence behind
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DON’T MISS OUT!
Philly’s youngest arts and culture magazine is going to be amplifying the voice and vision of young artists, activists and entrepreneurs in another US city (which is still top secret.) So, in honor of the place where it all started, we bring to you the renamed, CRED Philly.
CRED Philly partnered with Spells Writing Lab to teach students ages 7-13 how to create their own magazine–from start to finish! Over five days the group selected a topic, interviewed each other, wrote articles, created their own art and advertisements and even their own magazine name: We’re Not Feeding our Brains: Games Edition.
CRED Philly and SFX successfully hosted their first ever youth networking night, 25 Degrees, last Wednesday–More photos to come!
Saturday, 2/23: THE JAM SESSION II
Join us as Tune Up Philly and CRED Philly host their second Jam Session! Bring your own instrument, borrow ours or just swing by and treat your ears as some seriously-talented youth play some tunes.
Learn more about Tune Up Philly on their site: http://tuneupphilly.wordpress.com/
FREE & FUN for All Ages!
Salon Jam led by Paul Smith
CRED OnSite: 325 South Street
Let us know you’re coming by your RSVP on Facebook
Wednesday, 3/6: 25 DEGREES–AN OPEN INVITATION TO YOUNG PHILLY
Join us as CRED Philly and social entrepreneur, Paul “S.Frosty” Jackson host their first youth networking event–complete with art-making, live performances, music and special guests!
Don’t miss this opportunity to meet and mingle with other young artists, writers, poets and creatives.
Open to ALL AGES
$5 Suggested Donation
Beverages for Artists 21+
CRED OnSite: 325 South Street
All proceeds support “The META”
Presented by: SFX (S.Frosty Networx)
Young students learned the basics of animation while taking inspiration from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s famous speech. Each student discovered and shared their dreams about their lives, schools, families and country. Stay tuned for a video of their animations!