Site/Sound Festival gets beautiful coverage in the Philadelphia Inquirer

Oct 2, 2019 | Mural Arts Philadelphia

Artists run through their building-sized nighttime video projections titled “Moon Viewing Platform (First Quarter Moon),” in The Cut, between 17 and 18th Streets, north of Callowhill Street October 1, 2019, one of the installation performances in advance of the weekend opening of “Site/Sound: Revealing the Rail Park.” Three core installations will take place in various locations along the path of the current and future Rail Park on three Saturdays in October. Photo by Tom Gralish/Inquirer Staff Photographer

Site/Sound:Revealing the Rail Park, a partnership of Mural Arts Philadelphia, Friends of the Rail Park, and American Composers Forum, was a highlight in the Philadelphia art scene in October. The Inquirer’s Shaun Brady and photographer Tom Gralish captured the essence of this unique project.

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Site/Sound Festival gets beautiful coverage in the Philadelphia Inquirer

Site/Sound, a partnership of Mural Arts Philadelphia, Friends of the Rail Park, and American Composers Forum, was a highlight in the Philadelphia art scene in October.