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Support InLiquid's Programming

InLiquid is a non-profit whose mission is to mobilize and make accessible our area's visual arts culture by providing a better support system for local artists and nurturing the public's appreciation of visual art, in effect, building Philadelphia's infrastructure for the creative economy.

Over the past 25 years, InLiquid has helped thousands of artists, from emerging to established, by creating diverse opportunities for them to be shown, seen, and recognized. We have watched artists graduate with a BFA or MFA exhibit with us. We have worked with artists who now show at Art Basel, exhibit internationally, and find national-level gallery representation; the list is endless. We have sold some of their first works and their last. We have created long-standing connections with artists and collectors, creating a valuable bridge between them. We have seen their careers grow and know we are instrumental in their development.
We also strive to use our physical space in the Crane Arts building to facilitate interaction and build a community focused on the arts while supporting artists and their need to display works in the physical space.InLiquid presents over 40 free public art exhibitions annually and makes vital career services accessible to artists, nurturing the careers of over 300 artists each year. We are a non-profit charitable organization, and your support is critical to making our many programs and services possible. Thank you!

Exhibitions Programming:

Our keystone program carries our mission of supporting artists and providing free art programming city-wide.

Support of the 12-month exhibition program, enhancing the capacity for support staff to make our events more inviting and successful.

Website Redux:

Kicking off in our 25th year, this exciting project involves a complete website renovation. The website will undergo a thorough overhaul and upgrade in collaboration with local designers, developers, and InLiquid Board and Staff. We are looking forward to enhancing InLiquid's capabilities to promote our artist members better and support the greater Philadelphia Art Community.

Membership Programming:

Career Development Programming. These programs, curated for and driven by the interests of our artist members, are a key benefit we provide to our artist members.

With a focus on providing more support to the careers of our artist members, workshops are focused on skills outside of the studio practice. Examples from 2023 include "Social Media Basics for Artists: How to grow your audience," "Taxes for Artsists: Start Now to Prepare for Next Year," and "Documenting your work: Tips and Tricks."

Your support will help keep this programming competitive, engaging, and intact.

General Operating:

General operating costs are our most urgent need at InLiquid. While not tied to a specific initiative, securing these funds allows the organization to grow, .  This stability will catalyze other initiatives by propelling forward movement and ensuring fiscal health.

Memorial Initiatives: Goal Open

Over the last few years, InLiquid has established several Memorial Initiatives to encourage and help facilitate artists' careers.

Robert A. Zimmerman, M.D. Memorial Fund, named for our Founding Executive Director's father. Who sincerely believed in what Rachel had created.  

John Boyko Memorial Fund, John was a former Board Member and our Founding Executive Director's husband. John's life was full of passion and creativity.

Slovic Memorial Fund named for artist member David Slovic. David was an architect, artist, and art collector.

These three funds have been established in their memories to further InLiquid's abilities to foster artists' careers. Through this support, InLiquid can provide Career Development Workshops for our artist members, offset membership fees to maintain reduced membership fees for our artists, and provide free arts programming to our community.


InLiquid is partnered with the Dina Wind Art Foundation, established in memory of the late artist Dina Wind. Now in its third year, InLiquid’s Wind Fellowship supports artists from diverse backgrounds who explore complex themes of identity and marginalization. Wind Fellows are awarded with an InLiquid membership and a showing of their work in the annual Wind Fellowship Exhibition.

InLiquid is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and as such, gifts are tax-deductible to the full extent permitted by law.

Click here for the 2022 IMPACT REPORT.

Below Choose Your Way To Support InLiquid

All gifts are tax-deductible and greatly appreciated!
To make a donation by phone call 215-235-3405, or mail a check to:
InLiquid, 1400 N. American Street, #314 Philadelphia, PA 19122
As a Friend InLiquid invites you to join a dedicated group of individuals who, like you, are committed to supporting local art and artists. For more information and opportunities for engagement. Support at $500 and above and receive unique benefits.
Friends of InLiquid $500+
  • Donor Acknowledgement on our website
  • Two Complimentary Tickets to the InLiquid Benefit
  • Invitations to InLiquid VIP events
Sustaining Donor $1000+
  • All of the Above Plus
  • Donor Acknowledgement in the InLiquid Gallery
  • Two Complimentary VIP night Tickets to the Benefit
Visionary Circle $2000+
  • All of the Above Plus
  • Private Exhibition Tours and Artist Studio Visits
Leadership Gifts and
Project-Specific Support 

If you would like to direct your gift to support a specific InLiquid project or exhibition, please contact External Relations Coordinator, Lindsay Bedford at, or call 215-235-3405.
Thank you!

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Thank You To The Supporters

InLiquid is deeply grateful for the many institutions and individuals who support our mission. Together we foster the creative practices of hundreds of working artists in Greater Philadelphia, making art sustainable and accessible to all

2022 Supporters

Institutional Support
  • Arts & Business Council
  • B. Riley Wealth Management
  • CraftNOW Philadelphia
  • Joseph Robert Foundation
  • Kurfiss Sotheby’s International Real Estate
  • Marguerite Rodgers Interior Design
  • Michael’s Giving Hand
  • PECO
  • Penn Treaty Special Services District
  • Pennsylvania Council on the Arts
  • Philadelphia Cultural Fund
  • PNC Arts Alive
  • Rago Arts
  • The Art Partnership
  • Visit Philadelphia
    Woodland Avenue Beverage

2022 Individual Support

Visionary Circle
Ralph Citino & Lawrence Taylor
Susan & Gary DiLella
Stephanie Rogers
Ligia Slovic Rave
Dianne Zimmerman
Rachel Zimmerman & John Boyko
Collector’s Circle

Nadia Kunz
Franz Rabauer & Brian Daggett
Samantha & Timothy Walsh

Virginia Baltzell
Katrina & Anthony Gallia
Maria Hopper
Wendy Liss
Chioma Okoronkwo
Pamela & Matthew Steven Shaw
Aidan & Anthony Vega
Jerry Wind & Barbara Eberlein

Lynda Brotemarkle
Amanda & Charles Burch
John Gilson Coleman Jr.
Jeffrey Holder & Paola Castagnino
Andrew Kress
Sandra Lazovitz
Nancy & Richard Liebman
Richard Macary
Laura & David Maola
Steven & Shelly Mark
Dr. Steven Mark & Mrs. Charlotte Mark
John Rogers
Eugenie Perret & Mike Schmick
Larry Spaid
Mark & Nancy Terry
Sara Zimmerman & George Kobiela

Additional gifts to the John Boyko Memorial Fund

Elyse Abrams, Francis Beaty, Lynda Brotemarkle, Josette Bonafino & Ian Cross, Diane Burko & Richard Ryan, Paula & Jim Cahill, Leila Cartier, Ralph Citino and Lawrence Taylor, Randall Cleaver, John Coleman Jr., Gary & Sue DeLeila, Renae Dinerman, Helen Drutt English, Maxine Eber, Marion Frank, Anthony Gallia, Spector/Gay, Barbara Herberger, Cheryl Harper, Maria Hopper, Charles & Findlay Kendrick, Andrew Kress, Elaine Lander, Craig Long & Linda Hock-Long, Mo Manklang, Laura Maola, Vince & Marion Maola, Charlotte & Steven Mark, Steven & Shelly Mark, Maida Milone, Corie Moscow, Jim & Marsha Moss, Reisa Mikamal, Amy O’Leary, Franz Rabauer  & Brian Daggett, Liz Scarlett & Gary Krause, Elizabeth Spungen, Mark & Nancy Terry, Aidan & Anthony Vega, and Kevin Yoder & Harvey Hurdle