Fourth Annual Pop-up Art Show featuring art installations and vending by: Connie Appletree Anthony Fasano
Evi Numen Emily Snedden Yates & more Promo table by the Mütter Museum featuring art by David Orr. During the electrifying Music for the Hearing Eye A Concert Atop the Crypts by The Divine Hand Ensemble at Laurel Hill Cemetery Saturday June 4th, 2016 • 6pm • $17/$20 •(Rain date: Sunday June 5th, 2016, 6pm)• Tickets can be purchased online or at
It's a surprisingly powerful question to ask;
what do you want to do before you die?
Death is a catalyst, an undeniable perspective changer. Candy Chang is a multidisciplinary artist that engages in thought-provoking large scale public art projects. With Before I Die, Chang harnesses the hold of mortality to invite her viewers and participants that stumble upon her simple chalkboard installations to contemplate the most pertinent question of all The answers range from "buc
On the night my mother died, it snowed. I got the call from the hospital, and drove through the flake-laden darkness to her hospice room for the final time. Death had wiped away all signs of stress, my mom looked peaceful and at least ten years younger. I sat with her body for a bit, eventually moved to gather the flowers and cards and the blanket that had been knitted just for her. I paused at the door for one last look, and then the coroner came to take her away. The rest o
Links about death, loss and grief Death and the Maiden by James C. Christensen.
I wrote a guest post for Death and the Maidens about training to be a death midwife! Rejoice! 2015 is the Year America started having a sane conversation about death. via The Order of The Good Death facebook page. (make sure to follow for lots of great posts) Simon Davis writes on How the non-religious are shaping America's funerals. Why thoughts of death might be good for you. Gallery of Death