Last week, the Philadelphia 76ers and Reebook unveiled a one-of-a-kind art exhibit. The free, four-day artistic showcase will display more than 200 pieces produced by artists from 11 different countries. The artistic 76ers-themed display will feature past Sixers legends like Julius Erving and the current 2019-2020 season. Stop by the Fitler Club (24 South 24th Street) to be immersed in the Sixers imagery and pieces created by these gifted and talented artisans, including 40 from Philadelphia. The exhibit will run through Tuesday, November 19. Tuesday and will feature more than 200 pieces of Sixers inspired art from over 100 artists spread across 11 different countries.
Philadelphia 76ers players, executives and alumni, as well as artists featured in the show, will walk the red carpet on Tuesday, Nov. 19, prior to the exhibit’s closing.
The 76ers partnered with third-party Conscious Basketball to organize the exhibition. It’s also reported that the Sixers will unveil their fifth City Edition uniforms on Tuesday night at starstudded and red carpet Crossover event.
There’s an immense variety of art at the show serving to highlight the greatness of the team through the decades and its prominence within the city. Twenty of the local artists also used blank versions of the Sixers’ 2017-18 City Edition jerseys as canvases. The exhibit’s sponsor, Reebok will also be hosting a live paint contest on which, attendees create on a pair of white Reeboks.
Stop by the art exhibition at the remaining times:
Monday, Nov. 18: 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Tuesday, Nov. 19: 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
For more information, fans can visit Sixers.com/