ART FIX: An Unstoppable Town

ART FIX: An Unstoppable Town

September 8, 2015

By: Katie Naber

September brings a variety of new and inspiring events all around Phoenixville. From weekly to monthly events, or special one-time shows, Phoenixville is becoming an unstoppable artistic community.

Welcome to Phoenixville Mural

The “Welcome to Phoenixville” mural by Teresa Haag, located on the corner of Bridge Street and Starr Street.




The “Welcome to Phoenixville” Mural, recently created by Teresa Haag, is located on the corner of Bridge and Starr Streets. Don’t miss the unveiling ceremony at the mural location on September 23 at 4pm. A brilliant addition to downtown Phoenixville!








Phoenixville Technology & Art Exhibit at Franklin Commons

A piece by Scott Sharadin from the Technology & Art Exhibit opening at Franklin Commons on September 26.

An exhibit of how technology has influenced new forms of art is opening at The Art Gallery at Franklin Commons on Saturday, September 26 from 1-4pm. While visiting this unique Opening Reception, you will see a wide range of artwork and listen to live music- free and open to the public. Other opportunities for artists include:

Sept 14- Art Critique 7pm

Sept 21- Costumed Figure Drawing 7pm



Art, music and performance art are alive at The Pickering Creek Inn on Bridge Street every Monday night. This weekly event variety show, hosted by Queenixville, is a great way to get your weekly art fix. Not only can you find art & music each Monday, an assortment of funky art and more can be seen at the Punk Rock Flea Market the last Sunday of every month!

Always bringing in new musical talent is Steel City- view interesting art, eat delicious food and enjoy upcoming shows including: Amy Correia (Sept 11), Aztec Two-Step (Sept 25) and Heston (Oct 2).

September brings Whirling’s & Turnings, a show featuring artists, Sabah Farooq and Jack Hansen at the Phoenix Village Art Center. October’s First Friday is a solo show by painter, Chris Boring.



Tara Tayan Photography Phoenixville

A piece from the “Barn & Vine: The Lost Path to Rural Phoenixville” exhibit by Tara Tayan that opened on September 4 at the Phoenixville Historical Society.


Combining history and art is a special exhibit “Barn & Vine: The Lost Path to Rural Phoenixville,” that opens September 4 at the Phoenixville Historical Society. Tara Tayan’s photography captures the wild, rural and forgotten places of Phoenixville- an interesting look into the past and present.






Art at Molly Maguire's Phoenixville

A piece from Molly Maguire’s Art Brunch ‘n’ Browse event, happening the second Sunday of the month (12-4 pm)


Continuing up top at Molly Maguire’s is the Art Brunch ‘n’ Browse event, the second Sunday of every month (12-4pm). This month features local artists including Deadfish Media Group, Nika Morris, Funtabulous Mr Fig and more.

A few Sunday Classics at the Colonial Theatre that inspire…

Casino Royale (Sept 6)

Close Encounters of the Third Kind (Sept 13)

Kiss Me Deadly (Sept 27)






Looking for a way to give back or inspire? Barnstone Art for Kids is looking for volunteer mentors to bring their passion and positivity as role models to their Power of Art Program. Find more information on their website to take part in this worth-while program.


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