Pop Up Studio’s Intimate seeks to initiate the community of Scranton to interact with one another over a shared experience and engage intellectually in a cultural dialogue as we consider what intimacymeans to us as a collective and as an individual in an ever-changing, technologically advancing landscape.
Our nationally acclaimed Pothole: Positively Filling Negative Space is back this year in conjunction with United Neighborhood Center Youth In Arts Program. This is a casual, down-to-earth, social art event. Bring an open mind and dress comfortably. More details to follow.
The Hunt is a scavenger hunt inspired by the best of Scranton- its people, its history, and its architecture. Explore aspects of the city often overlooked while cruising the streets with your besties. The first clue comes by text, leading you to a series of strategically located experiences, with the final clue taking you to the finish line where you will be rewarded for your efforts. We use texting software to assist you on those tougher clues by providing hints along the way. The Hunt, a free event in its third year, is open to all ages. Non-residents of Scranton might be more challenged. Some working knowledge of the city is recommended, but not required.
On the Courthouse Square. We’ve got a good day of creativity and fun planned. Come out, get some chalk, and draw something to share.
Halloween Costume / Dance Party. 21+ , $20 Entrance Fee , Open Bar , Location TBA
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We invite you to get involved in our projects. Our mission needs broad community support. The Pop Up Studio’s goals will be impossible to realize without the participation of community members to help us situate our projects, accumulate materials, assemble ideas, and bring together new groups of people.
David Bosley, Valerie Kiser, Ruth Koelewyn, Mike Muller, Jacob Lehman and Corey Tilburg