Site Locations

Art Sphere Inc. uses art to honor neighborhoods. By calling attention to their worthy aspects we make cleaning up more fun and motivate community members to maintain these areas as special places.

Several of our ASI Public Art, Cleanup and Mural Projects have been ongoing projects. We’ve been working at Fishtown Recreation Center and Playground since 2005! 

Volunteers can join us as we continue to facilitate mural painting, stencil painting, sweeping, raking, and picking up trash to make the playground a better place for kids.

If you are interested in volunteering at any of our site locations, please visit our volunteer page and contact us for more information. 

 

Towey Recreation Center

Phone: (215) 685-9892

Shissler Recreation Center

Penn Treaty School

Samuel Recreation Center

Fishtown Recreation Center

John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge

Located near the airport and the City of Philadelphia, the John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge has all kinds of wildlife from eagles, wild turkey, deer, groundhogs, owls, blue heron, cranes, ducks, fish, turtles, and much more. It is an incredibly rich resource for the city and Art Sphere Inc. is proud to share this important urban oasis.
 
The John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge has water, soda machines, restrooms for changing and indoor seating areas.

Veterans Multi-Service and Education Center

Phone: (215) 923-2600

 

Adaire Alexander School

Phone: (215) 291-4712 
Fax: (215) 291-6350

Northern Liberties Recreation Center

Phone: (215) 686-1785 

 
 

Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation

Cohocksink Recreation Center

Director: Jerry Gaul  
Phone:  (215) 685 – 9884

Saint Paul’s Recreation Center at Saint Paul’s Baptist Church and Lemon Street Playground

Phone: (215) 765-2161

Please prepare groups to sign in If volunteers can arrive on time that is preferred for a quick 10 minute orientation. As we get closer to date please let us know how many volunteers to expect. We will do our best to get snack donations.

We ask groups to consider making a donation for each participant (our suggested amount is $25.00 per person, but any amount is appreciated) to help us continue our programming for low-income youth. This donation covers our supplies and outreach activities.

For mural projects, if groups are unable to provide financial support, then please bring one gallon of water-based paint per group of ten volunteers to help maintain ongoing cleanup events. We also welcome art materials such as: colored pencils, markers, glue sticks , construction paper and scissors. We really appreciate whatever you deem appropriate to keep up these programs, welcome your help and are grateful for whatever you are willing to give.

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