Meet us at the DesignPhiladelphia's official kick-off party for a special preview of the mobile teaching unit and a pop-up version of our exhibition at Cherry Street Pier.  This is the public debut of our battery-powered teaching unit, which has been designed through a series of community focus groups and fabricated by Stephen Horcha, the founder of Haley Tricycles. 
After this event, the cart will be moved to Atelier Gallery for the Opening Reception of Teaching at the End of Times exhibition on October 7th.

There will be a permanent, pop-up exhibition of the Teaching at the End of Times project at Cherry Street Pier from October 1st - November 30th.

Once the exhibit closes on October 29th, the cart will be re-installed at Cherry Street Pier until November 30th. 

The DesignPhiladelphia kick-off party is free to attend after 7PM, anyone can purchase advance tickets for early access at 5:30PM.

October 4


Cherry Street Pier, 121 N Christopher Columbus Blvd. Philadelphia PA 19106


Cherry Street Pier is wheelchair accessible.  Accessible bathrooms on location. The location is under cover and inside, but not climate-controlled as the ends of the building are designed to stay open to the waterfront and Columbus Blvd.. Restaurant, cafe, and vending machines on site.  


An image that combines shades of yellow and black. The image depicts the back of a person with dark hair and white skin holding pieces of paper that have been taped into an arch shape. Through the middle of the paper arch, we can see the hands and torso of another person with white skin wearing a dark t-shirt with white writing that is not legible. That person is holding up the other side of the paper arch, their face is not visible.

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