A new arts space called The Whole Shebang is opening at 1813 S. 11th St. on March 9.
The new space will offer art classes, workshops and studio rentals. The Whole Shebang plans to bring together a range of arts, including movement practices, herbalism and interdisciplinary arts.
The Whole Shebang plans to be a South Philly hub for creative and experimental arts. The facility is run by Meg Foley, a dance artist, and Carmichael Jones, a visual artist.
Classes that will be offered at the facility include barre fitness, anti-absolutist yoga, an African movement diaspora series, development movement and more. Classes cost $15, or $10 per session if you purchase a dancepass.
The facility also hopes to host international dance artists to teach and create in the space, in addition to doing performances 3-times a year.
If you’re interested on using the space, you can rent some studio space for $12 an hour, or $10 an hour if you book more than 25 hours in a month.
More information can be found on The Whole Shebang’s website.