Hidden City Philadelphia
One of the most beloved art festivals from Philadelphia is finally returning after four years on hiatus. Celebrating all the splendor and beauty that the city has to offer, this art festival is a killer opportunity for locals and tourists.
It’s been four years, but it’s back. “Hidden City Philadelphia” is getting ready to hold its second art festival at various so-called “forgotten” sites in the city.
Many of the venues were the inspiration for the installations. This year’s festival will consist of ten performing and visual arts installations at nine sites including Shivtei Yeshuron Ezras Israel, a South Philadelphia storefront synagogue, where a knitting lab project will take place on the second floor.
Lee Tusman (right), creative director of Hidden City Philadelphia, says textile designer Andrew Dahlgren will encourage guests to participate in an activity that was commonly done in that area by immigrants a long time ago.