Art for the Cash Poor

If you’ve ever looked around at your house or apartment and thought, “gee, this place could use a little sprucing up. Maybe some art would help…” then have I got the event for you. This weekend InLiquid, Philly’s own art and design network, is throwing the 8th annual Art for the Cash Poor.

AFTCP is a chance to meet local artists and purchase artwork at bargain prices. View a vast array of media, including photographs, paintings, prints, jewelry, clothing, and hand-made books, with nothing priced above $199. There will be food from top local restaurants and libations available, and live music for your enjoyment while you peruse the artwork.

It runs Saturday and Sunday, June 9 and 10 from 1-6 pm at the Crane Arts Building, 1400 North American Street.

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