Location

Art Sphere Inc has recently moved from 915 Spring Garden Street to the  BOK Building at 1901 S 9th Street, Studio 502, Philadelphia, PA 19148. We are on the 5th floor http://www.buildingbok.com/tenants/level-5/

Transportation to ASI Office -Here are several ways to reach our New ASI Office by subway or train stop.

  1. Train to City Hall  (15th/Broad and Market), Broad Street subway south to  Mifflin Street, then walk East 5 1/2 blocks.
  2. Subway to City Hall and free interchange Broad Street subway south to Mifflin Street then walk East 5 1/2 blocks.     SEPTA: www.septa.org/

Driving Directions

From South of Philadelphia, traveling north take I-95 N toward Philadelphia/New Jersey. Merge onto S Broad St/PA-611 N via EXIT17 toward Pattison AveTurn right onto Snyder Ave. Turn left onto South 9th Street. 1901 S 9th Street entrance is on the right just before reaching Mifflin Street.

From Route 76 East delivers you to Philadelphia –Take the exit toward Broad Street/Central PhiladelphiaKeep left to take I-676 E/US-30 E/Vine Street Expy E via EXIT 344 toward Central PhiladelphiaKeep left to take the ramp toward PA-611/Broad Street/PA Convention CenterMerge onto Vine StreetTurn right onto N 10th StreetTurn left onto Dudley StreetTake the 1st left onto S 9th Street. 1901 S 9th Street is on the right.

From I-95 North of Philadelphia, traveling south or

From New Jersey, cross the Benjamin Franklin Bridge and stay in the far right lanes. Take  I-95 South.  Take first exit to your left and then turn right onto Columbus Boulevard. Turn right at the light at Washington Avenue. Take a left on at the light at 8th Street. Follow to McKean Street. Turn right onto McKean  Street and turn right onto 9th Street. 1901 S 9th Street entrance is on the right just before reaching Mifflin Street. Studio 502 is on the 5th floor,

Our Studio-Office

One of the special parts of being located at the  BOK Building  is it’s History and local significance.

A historic vocational school closed by the School District of Philadelphia in 2013, it is being lovingly restored into a new, richly layered and constantly evolving center for creatives, small-businesses, non-profits, small-batch manufacturers and beyond. 

Bringing youth and communities to this valuable city resource not exposes them to our inspiring project resources from various neighborhoods  but also to the studio spaces and unique perspectives of professional artists working with a wide range of subject matter and materials.

We invite everyone to take this opportunity to see into our studios where art is made, and to join in some friendly and engaging dialogue with some of Philadelphia’s most creative people!

Learn more at: www.buildingbok.com and  https://www.philaopenstudios.org/post/neighborhood/east