EXHIBITION AT CHERRY STREET PIER
Rowhouse Workshop - an exhibition curated by ISA Principal Brian Phillips and supported by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage - is an interactive exhibition at Cherry St Pier showcasing the unique personalities of four rowhouse blocks in North, South, and West Philadelphia. ISA hosted community block dinners, documenting the neighborhoods and histories of Philadelphia’s urban fabric. The exhibition leads vistors through a series of rowhouse block installations, sharing collectively curated songs, recipes, photos, and videos. Drawings, photographs, and objects offered by participants are displayed in totems fabricated by fabrication partner Tiny WPA’s community building program. Project participants attended the opening event as guest artists, and visitors contributed to the project through their own self-directed participation in the exhibition’s large scale sticker wall and workbooks.