Artists and engineers come together to celebrate Digital Fringe, as well as the opening of FringeArts’ popup Festival bookstore!
Our keynote speaker, Julie Zeglen, is editor of Generocity, a Philly-based news site that covers the city's nonprofits, foundations and other mission-minded organizations through the lens of improving the city's impact sector. Previously, she worked as managing editor of Star Community Newsweekly, a hyperlocal newspaper focused on Philadelphia’s River Wards. The Temple alumna lives in West Philly.
Find a preview of the Digital Fringe program here: fringearts.com/digitalqr2017
FringeArts has partnered with United by Blue at 144 N. 2nd Street to bring you the Fringe Festival Bookstore. Stop by during the Festival to grab a cup of coffee and check out some of our reading materials to engage deeper with the shows presented in the 2017 Fringe Festival.
Check out other great events happening at the Fringe Festival Bookstore here: fringearts.com/all-presentations/bookstore/