Join the Painted Bride for a meditative walk in Wissahickon Park with African American cultural historian, performer, choreographer, and anti-racist worker Brenda Dixon Gottschild. Brenda will share insights on her favorite trees, and the group will discover an often-hidden Philadelphia right within the city limits.
Meet at 9:45 a.m. at The Cedars House Cafe, located at 200 West Northwestern Avenue. Be sure to wear comfortable, bright clothing (jeans are fine) and sneakers. For directions, please visit The Cedars House Cafe's website.
Funded by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage, Re-Place-ing Philadelphia is built on a foundation of public dialogue and interaction, using art as a lens for viewing Philadelphia's history and re-envisioning its future. The 20-month project is designed to be open-ended, flexible, and permeable, generating a stream of performances, artworks, lectures, readings, and conversations that respond to the city and create forums for new ideas.