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South Philadelphia’s Da Vinci Art Alliance launches visual program

To continue Da Vinci Art Alliance’s mission of building community through art during these socially distant times, the organization will be connecting their membership and the public through social media. By using the Instagram/Facebook story feature, DVAA will share in-progress or recently completed works of art by DVAA Members to maintain a sense of social bonds outside of the gallery setting. This new program, #DaVinciAtADistance, has been launched via the organization’s social media outlets.

While DVAA is unable to host usual events and maintain usual gallery hours at its location at 704 Catherine Street, #DaVinciAtADistance will provide connection and visibility. By sharing all new member artwork on Instagram and Facebook, members will be able to enjoy unique works of art and share their own new works with other members and the public.

“DVAA hopes to resume business as usual as soon as it becomes safe for the staff and Members. In the meantime, we will continue to do what we do best: foster community for artists, showcase the creativity of our membership and plan for the rest of the year, including the presentation of a number of exciting exhibitions and Da Vinci Fest,” said Executive Director Jarrod Markman.

Now through July 1, all new members will be able to join DVAA for 30% off the total cost in their first year. Use the code: FIRSTTIME at checkout.

For more information, visit davinciartalliance.org.

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