The fundraiser for Dwight Evans on Thursday, July 19th must be rescheduled due to unforeseen circumstances

and will be postponed to a future date.

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Dwight Evans for Congress Fundraiser


Having served Philadelphia in public office since 1980, Dwight has worked to uplift neighborhoods block by block while watching federal funds for urban communities diminish. Congressman Evans believes now is the time for a new national policy for America’s cities. He is a champion of social justice.



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Legacy Planning for Artists and Collectors

Presented by Amie Potsic

CEO & Principal Curator, Amie Potsic Art Advisory, LLC

Join me on Thurs. May 17th to learn more.

Legacy Planning is an empowering process that involves shaping your artistic legacy to create meaning and purpose through your life’s work.

I’ll discuss legacy planning options and resources for creating a plan for your future that you can put in motion today.

Thurs. May 17th at 7pm at Da Vinci Art Alliance

704 Catharine Street, Philadelphia PA 19147

Lecture is free and open to the public.


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Amie Potsic  |  Linda Dubin Garfield

Howard Brunner  |  Leslie K. Brill  |  Barbara Rosin

January 31 – February 25, 2018

Opening Reception:  Tu B’Shevat, Wed. Jan 31, 6 – 8pm

First Friday:  February 2, 5 – 9pm

Artist Talk and Reception:  Sun., Feb. 11, 2- 4pm

Closing:  Sunday, February 25, 2 – 4pm

Old City Jewish Art Center

119 N. 3rd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106

Open By appointment

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April 24 – August 20, 2017

Location:  Rittenhouse 1715
1715 Rittenhouse Square
Philadelphia, PA 19103
By appointment

InLiquid presents an exhibition featuring artist members Amie Potsic and Gina Michaels, who utilize printmaking and photography to highlight intrinsic relationships between society and the natural environment. While Michaels’ work explores the structural and emotional relationships between humans and plants, Potsic is driven by her interest in environmental and climate change issues, creating work that addresses cultural, personal, and natural phenomena through the lens of social responsibility.



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Brazilian Reverie:  Tropicália, or Bread and Circuses

The Gallery at FRONT STREET


First Friday, February 3rd | 5 – 8 pm

On view February 3rd through spring 2017

The Gallery at Front Street

1253 N Front Street, 2nd Floor

Philadelphia, PA 19122

* Parking lot one block north on Front Street

*1 Block from the Girard El Station

(215) 515-3073


Open Daily at 6 am, Sunday-Thursday open until midnight, Friday & Saturday open until 2 am

 The Gallery at Front Street presents Brazilian Reverie, a solo exhibition featuring photographer and installation artist Amie Potsic. Her large-scale photographs of Brazilian festival flags conjure the colorful public celebrations in a country of nationalism, economic disparity, and reverie.

 The reception will be in the second floor gallery with artisanal cheeses and wine from the chef’s selection.

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Branching Out:  Meditations on Nature by

Amie Potsic, Nancy Agati, Cynthia Back,

Lyn Godley & Gina Michaels

January 8 – February 12, 2016


Lieberman Gallery of Allens Lane Art Center

Settlement Music School

6128 Germantown Avenue • Philadelphia PA 19144

The Lieberman Gallery of Allens Lane Art Center is pleased to announce Branching Out, a group show of artists who explore botanical structures as design elements intheir work. Nancy Agati, Cynthia Back, Lyn Godley, Gina Michaels and Amie Potsic work with innovative printmaking techniques, collage, photography, sculpture and fiber optic drawing to contemplates the design and emotional possibilities inherent in plant structures and the botanical world.

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Snowflake Biennial 2017

Closing TEA PARTY + sale

Saturday, February 25, 2017 4 – 6 PM

60+ Artists | 100+ Works

HeavyBubble is pleased to present

our fourth biennial winter exhibition.


@HBHQ / Heavy Bubble

1241 Carpenter Street

Philadelphia, PA 19147

267 871 9375

Open to the public on Fridays from 1:30 – 4:30 pm or by appointment.


A M I E   P O T S I C | Endangered Seasons




 FIRST FRIDAY: OCTOBER 7, 2016 | 6 – 10 PM

Exhibition:  September 27 – October 24, 2016



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AMIE POTSIC  |  Enchanted Forest

May 6 – 31, 2016

First Friday Opening Reception: Friday, May 6th 5 – 9pm

The Gallery at Front Street Café, 1253 N Front Street, Philadelphia, PA 19122

(1 Block from the Girard El Station)

(215) 515-3073

Hours:  Open Daily at 6 am, Sunday-Thursday open until midnight, Friday & Saturday open until 2 am

Beginning Friday, May 6th, The Gallery at Front Street Café presents Enchanted Forest, a solo exhibition featuring photographer and installation artist Amie Potsic.  Her large-scale photographs reference the sensory experience of being within the forest while encouraging us to appreciate and preserve its future.  Capturing an environment of wonder and beauty where black tree branches reveal their graceful architecture against an indigo sky, Potsic’s images entice the viewer to connect with their own perception of nature in a manner that is simultaneously intimate and enchanting.



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Inliquid’s Benefit 2016 returns to the Icebox Project Space at Crane Arts,

where the first floor space will be transformed into a three-day only showcase

of 250+ works by emerging and established artists, including Amie Potsic.

Saturday, February 6  | Main Event & Auction

LOCATION: Icebox Project Space, Crane Arts Building

1400 N American St, Philadelphia, PA 19122

Contact Inliquid for tickets:

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LOCATION:  James Oliver Gallery

723 Chestnut Street, 4th Floor, Philadelphia, PA

Amie Potsic:  Enchanted Forest

Solo Exhibition of New Works  |  October 24 – December 5, 2015

Closing Reception: Saturday, Dec. 5th 1 – 4pm

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The Review Panel Phildealphia, in association with,

Discusses Amie Potsic: Enchanted Forest on Wednesday, November 18th at 6pm

at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts.

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LOCATION:  James Oliver Gallery

723 Chestnut Street, 4th Floor, Philadelphia, PA

Amie Potsic:  Enchanted Forest

Solo Exhibition of New Works  |  October 24 – December 5, 2015

Artist Talk & Reception: Saturday, Nov. 7th 6 – 10pm, Talk begins at 7pm

Closing Reception: Saturday, Dec. 5th 1 – 4pm