Nothing beats viewing an exhibition in person, but we want to bring the color and creativity of talented local artists, makers, designers, and institutions to your home through this stunning Virtual Exhibition.
Enjoy this dynamic display of some of the pieces that have graced the Pier in the last year, along with surprise pieces from the multi-talented Delaware River Waterfront Corporation staff, from the comfort of your home. Once you’re done, experience it again and again, and share it with your friends on social media.
We will continue to share the beauty, culture, and spirit of the #PhillyWaterfront with you, so when the time is right you can visit once again. Share your favorite Philly Waterfront memories with us on Facebook , Instagram , and Twitter today! #MyPhillyWaterfront
Virtual #FirstFriday Exhibition
Cherry Street Pier by Jim Abbott
Al-Bustan Seeds of Culture’s An Immigrant Alphabet
Soul(s) of Philly: London by Makeba Rainey, Center for Emerging Visual Artists. Image by BeauMonde Originals.
Untitled by Laura Winchester, Staff Accountant, DRWC
The Fourth Grade Project by Judy Gelles
Cherry Street Pier was honored to showcase Gelles’s work before her passing in March. Through poignant visual storytelling, she gave people of all ages the chance to experience forgotten worlds.
Untitled by Almaz Crowe, Director of Communications and Marketing, DRWC
Tiny Room for Elephant’s Festival 2019. Artist Sean 9 Lugo. Image by BeauMonde Originals.
Artist John Schlesinger, Center for Emerging Visual Artists. Image by BeauMonde Originals.
Tattoo Cred by Lilly Goodspeed, Development Intern, DRWC
Pizza Box Portrait Project by Ed Marion
Untitled from the Beautiful Germ Series by Sarah Eberle, General Manager, Cherry Street Pier
Depiction of James Baldwin from This Is Our Story by Acori Honzo
Bridgeworks by Jim Abbott. Image by JPG Photography.
Philly Love Notes Map by Emma Fried-Cassorla, Creative Director, DRWC