One House at a Time (OHAAT)’s mission is to help families establish (or reestablish) self-sufficient lives by providing them with the necessities of a functional home environment. Our current focus is ending child bedlessness in Greater Philadelphia. Through our Beds for Kids program, we provide children and youth with beds, bedding, and tools that encourage healthy bedtime habits, so they can get the quality and sufficient sleep they need to thrive.
James Carcel has been a photographer for forty years, using the darkroom and now digital darkroom. James’ early work focused on Philadelphia in the late seventies and eighties. Topics include stores, store fronts, roads, walls, and Americana. James is fascinated by the assortment of things Americans collect, sell, and display. Much of his photography is along the many roads he has traveled, stopping often to capture images we too often pass by. Currently his projects include: bicycle part collages, odd and unusual store windows, mannequins, junk along the highways, color experiments with various forms and, of course, city walls and street corners. More…
MasonMade creates one of a kind sustainable up-cycled home goods out of 100% locally foraged Sycamore and London Plane trees from the Philadelphia area. MasonMade stands proud in being a sustainable Philadelphia business.
2019 Festival Featured Items:
up-cycled wood home decor
sustainable local business
Wood home goods from locally foraged Sycamore and London Plane trees