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July 9, 2020 | ,

Comedy at the Garden (Virtual Event)

Join us on Facebook Live for an evening of laughs with local comedians! **Please note that this event is intended for adults and may not be appropriate for children. CECILY ALEXANDRIA https://www.cecilyalexandria.com/ KATONYA MOSLEY https://www.broadstreetreview.com/cross-cultural/meet-katonya-mosely-and-her-comedy-game-show-for-my-people CASEY KUFTIC https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZH1O1BAOgaTcK-DA8ADJZw?reload=9 BETTY SMITHSONIAN https://www.bettysmithsonian.com/ ALEJANDRO MORALES https://www.lolejandro.com/video-gallery KEANE COBB https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGKrm93v-etNm-L77wEXGJg   This is free event.

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July 14, 2020 | , , , ,

William Bartram’s Travels Mini-Course [ZOOM]

Consistently in print since it was first published in Philadelphia 1791, William Bartram’s remarkably unique text, Travels, played an remarkably prominent role in shaping hundreds of years of American literature. Professor William Cahill invites us to investigate the readability of this historic text personally and collaboratively. Join us for a three-meeting test run of what will eventually be a full-length course. This mini-test-run of the class is FREE and open to all. Classes will take place on Zoom. Please be…

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July 16, 2020 | , ,

Paint + Sip on Instagram: A Forest of Leaves (2020)

Enjoy Nature’s artistry as you get to know the unique shapes sported by the leaves of our very special Bartram trees. You’ll learn about some notable local leaves and include them in a hand painted design of your own creation. Teaching artist Heather Rinehart approaches fine art through her love of science and history. She has a professional background in illustration and design and a deep interest in nature and storytelling, offering her student’s instruction in multi-disciplinary place-based art. IMPORTANT…

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Glitchy abstract image with lines of light radiating from the center, over top is the Bartram's logo and the words VIBRATIONS BY OSAGIE

July 23, 2020 | , , ,

July ~ VIBRATIONS ~ Livestream (2020)

This concert will be taking place as a free livestreamed event on our Instagram page! To navigate to our Instagram page and access the stream, click here. VIBRATIONS continues in a quest to unite talented artists from Philly & beyond. DJ Osagie’s bringing in new, rising, and established artists of color from New York City, Atlanta, and elsewhere to share their art with Philadelphia’s own artists and audience. Build connections; meet the scene; get inspired. Questions? Don’t hesitate to reach…

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A 3-panel image (from left to right) of a monarch butterfly on a pink flower, a bumblebee on a white flower, and a spotted lanternfly on a green leaf

July 26, 2020 | , ,

Family Art Workshop (on IG): Butterflies, Bees, and Spotted Lanternfly—Oh My! (2020)

Make beautiful creations inspired by these tiny and most colorful residents of Bartram’s Garden as we learn about these creatures’ different impacts on our ecosystem. All ages and levels of experience are welcome! Teaching artist Heather Rinehart approaches fine art through her love of science and history. She has a professional background in illustration and design and a deep interest in nature and storytelling, offering her student’s instruction in multi-disciplinary place-based art. IMPORTANT NOTE: Bartram’s Garden is open! And you,…

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August 4, 2020 - August 14, 2020 | , , , ,

William Bartram’s Travels Mini-Course [ZOOM]

Consistently in print since it was first published in Philadelphia 1791, William Bartram’s remarkably unique text, Travels, played an remarkably prominent role in shaping hundreds of years of American literature. Professor William Cahill invites us to investigate the readability of this historic text personally and collaboratively. Join us for a three-meeting test run of what will eventually be a full-length course. This mini-test-run of the class is FREE and open to all. Classes will take place on Zoom. Please be…

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One white bloom with yellow center and two green buds of the Franklinia tree, surrounded by its leaves

August 13, 2020 | , ,

Paint + Sip on Instagram: Franklinia in Bloom (2020)

As we enjoy the end of long summer evenings, let’s paint the blooming Franklin tree together, live! A rare plant native to southeastern North America, the Franklinia alatamaha was named for Benjamin Franklin and saved from extinction by the Bartram family. Teaching artist Heather Rinehart approaches fine art through her love of science and history. She has a professional background in illustration and design and a deep interest in nature and storytelling, offering her student’s instruction in multi-disciplinary place-based art.…

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Glitchy abstract image with lines of light radiating from the center, over top is the Bartram's logo and the words VIBRATIONS BY OSAGIE

August 27, 2020 | , , ,

August ~ VIBRATIONS ~ Livestream (2020)

This concert will be taking place as a free livestreamed event on our Instagram page! To navigate to our Instagram page and access the stream, click here. VIBRATIONS continues in a quest to unite talented artists from Philly & beyond. DJ Osagie’s bringing in new, rising, and established artists of color from New York City, Atlanta, and elsewhere to share their art with Philadelphia’s own artists and audience. Build connections; meet the scene; get inspired. Questions? Don’t hesitate to reach…

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A close-up of a spotted lanterfly held in someone's fingers, its wings splayed showing its red underwings.

September 17, 2020 | , ,

Paint + Sip on Instagram: Spotted Lanternfly (2020)

Appreciate the exquisite beauty of the spotted lanternfly on canvas and discuss the effects of its ongoing presence in our local ecosystem. Teaching artist Heather Rinehart approaches fine art through her love of science and history. She has a professional background in illustration and design and a deep interest in nature and storytelling, offering her student’s instruction in multi-disciplinary place-based art. IMPORTANT NOTE: Bartram’s Garden is open! And you, as always, are welcome to come to the garden to sketch,…

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