Check out some photos from our project, “The Color of our Streets,” with awesome visiting artist Keir Johnston! The last photo is from the installation at our April “Free Spirit” Open Mic event - find out more at facebook.com/FreeSpiritTL
More photos from our breakdancing with light project at Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens! These photos will be exhibited at the URBN headquarters, at the Houston Center, the Fleisher Art Memorial, and more! Stay posted!
kattenprinsen asked: I don't live in PA, but I take classes at Fleisher on the weekends. Would it be possible for me to go to teen lounge?
yes! you don’t have to live in PA to come to Teen Lounge, it is open to anyone ages 13-18.
Check out Teen Lounge’s awesome breakdancing light photos!!
At Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens, Teen Lounge has made an LED light based project where you strap lights and or bulbs to the end of your limbs and when you begin to move, the picture that you take will only catch the lights that are strapped down to your limbs. To catch the light; Teen Lounge asked a breakdancing group The B Boys to strap LED lights and began to breakdance with them. Check it out!
Thanks to photographer Ryan Treitel for helping us with this project, and Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens for hosting it!
These are some of the awesome projects out teen’s in teen lounge have done.
1. Open Mic -( Poetry Exhibit ) every 1st thursday of the month
2. Proposal Review ( Picking of the next Project)
3. Maryan’s Poetry Class
4. Eileen Cubbage’s Experimental Drawing Class
photos from our most recent Public Interventions project at SEPC’s Teen Orchard with knitbomber Ishknits!
we took great photos of ourselves. then with the power of photoshop made awesome art.
Yesterday we were in the Fleisher gallery admiring Christopher Hartshorne’s artwork, and creating our own pieces by zooming in and zooming out of his work.
Contemplating the art in the “Softer Edges” exhibit at Fleisher.
We made puppet imitations of the Cobra Commander and Joe the Elephant Boxer using scrap fabric, cardboard, water bottles, and an awesome staple gun. We learned how to construct 3 different kinds of working joints: pivot, ball and socket, and hinge. The people who helped us with this puppet-making were professional puppet-makers James and Samantha.