Written by Lee Blessing
Directed by Robert Bauer
May 14, 15, 16 (Streaming only)
One morning a man and a woman wake up together with no memory of who they are or where they are. A man and a woman wake up together one morning with no memory of who they are or where they are. It’s morning. A man and a woman wake up together with no memory of who they are or where they are. And who, they wonder, is the other woman in the house with them? Is she their daughter? Is she their caregiver? Is she their lawyer? And can they believe the stories she tells them? And does it matter that the stories she tells them change from day to day if the couple can’t remember the story from the day before? What is real? How can we be sure?
Spring Art & Ceramic Sale
Did you miss our annual Holiday Art & Craft Sale this year? Then make sure to mark your calendar for May 5 - 8, 2021 for our first ever Spring Art & Ceramic Sale. Artwork and crafts from our faculty and students will be available for purchase. There will be many wonderful gifts for Mother's Day which is that following Sunday!
Friday, April 30th at 7:30pm
Join us as we talk to G-Town Radio Program Director, Joanna Wikander and Station Manager, Tom Casetta along with Local Musicians Bethlehem and Sad Patrick, Cordell Brown, and Eric G. We will talk about how the last year has effected the local music scene, and what is being done keep music alive in our community. Find out what these musicians have been doing over the last year to keep musically engaged, and hear some of their music. Bring your questions and open ears to this entertaining discussion about local radio and music!
Check out our new lineup of virtual ceramic classes for 2021.
- NEW SPRING CLASS - Ceramics with Janice Strawder
- NEW SPRING CLASS - Pottery Wheel Techniques with Janice Strawder
- In-Person RAKU Workshops (presented outside)
NEW SPRING CLASS - Playwriting: Finding your Inspiration with Dave Ebersole
Summer Art Camp 2021
Our In-Person Summer Art Camp has filled up quickly. Currently, we only have 2 openings left for children ages 11, 12 & 13. Since there is a good chance that CDC Guidelines may change before the start of Summer, we'd then be able to accept more children if that were to happen. With that in mind, we are keeping our registration open but will be putting all those registrations received on a waiting list. No charges will be made unless your child has been accepted. Should additional spots open up, we will accept those children on the waiting list in the order we receive them. Please note that we still have spaces available for children of all ages into our virtual camp program.
Last year we learned a lot last year about how to keep our campers and staff safe and have brought all those guidelines and equipment back this year as well as all the fun and excitement. Our in-person campers will still get top level instruction in a wide variety of artistic disciplines like Dance, Theater, Singing, Crafts, Art and Ceramics plus plenty of Outdoor Games and Activities while our virtual campers will get more specific instruction in the performing or visual arts from well qualified teaching artists who know how to bring out the fun and creativity in your child. Due to the pandemic, we will still be limiting the number of in-person campers this year and have again streamlined our camp offerings. We also made improvements to our virtual camp with dedicated instructors and new lessons for those who want to their campers to participate remotely.
- Physical Summer Art Camp Information
- Physical Summer Art Camp Registration
- Virtual Summer Art Camp Information
- Virtual Summer Art Camp Registration
- Camp Open House and Parent Orientation Registration
- Physical Camp Dates - June 21 - August 13, 2021 (8 weeks) - No camp on July 5 - holiday
- Virtual Camp Dates - June 21 - July 30, 2021 (6 weeks) - No camp on July 5 - holiday
Allens Lane Art Center is currently accepting applicants for the following positions:
Tune in Thursday evenings @ 7pm to ArtShow as host Craig Stover (Executive Director of Allens Lane Art Center) sits down with some of the most interesting artists in the Philadelphia region to talk about their life and work. Up next: April 28, 2021, noted Philadelphia artist James Dupree. Learn more about James here: dupreestudiosinc.com
ArtShow is a 1/2 hour interview followed by a Q&A with audience members. ArtShow is a pay-what-you-wish program.
For anyone who missed it, below is the recording of ArtShow from 3.11.21 with Henry Bermudez
Are you interested in supporting the arts, giving back to your community and helping others achieve their dreams?
Allens Lane Art Center welcomes submissions from its new online board member application form. Learn about the different types of people that the Center is looking for and what being on the Board of Directors entails.
Another Way to Help Support Allens Lane Art Center
For the month of March 2021, Allens Lane Art Center will receive a $1 donation from each purchase of the $3.00 reusable GIVE BACK WHERE IT COUNTS Bag at the ACME store located at 7010 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia PA.