Art-Ish celebration has art demonstrations, live music, exhibitions and more

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The Philadelphia Museum of Art will be hosting a ticketed celebration featuring live music, a multitude of interactive demonstrations (think light installations, poetry, hand-painted ceramics, live sculpturing, etc), exhibits, food and beverage from Constellation Culinary Group, and much more.

As a release states, highlights to Art-Ish include live art demonstrations ranging from graphic design to photography and jewelry making; Philly Tarot Card Creator James Boyle offering demo detailed illustrations of popular Philly scenes; kaleidoscopic light installations from Tiny Room for Elephants with artist Justin Tyner; Dream Poet Marshall James Kavanaugh offering personalized, on-the-spot typewritten poerty; visual artist Kristen Buck offering hand painted ceramics with a mystical vibe; and much more.

While there, Philadelphians can also indulge in an open bar, light bites and a full dessert spread from local partners. The spread will include food from Cloud Cups and Porco’s Porchetteria & Small Oven Pastry; whiskey and rum tastings from Strivers’ Row Distillery; and also, guests can additionally learn about Black-owned wine labels during a special tasting with Zachary Harris of Ikavina Wine and Spirits.

Tickets run from $75 for general admission or $55 for Young Friend of Philadelphia Museum of Art members. The event will take place this Saturday, March 26, from 8 p.m. to midnight. For more information, visit

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