Our Mission

Public Eye is a Philadelphia-area group that produces public events featuring the arts. We focus our lens on the interactions between human and nonhuman animals in order to shed light on hidden or ignored injustices and to promote a cruelty-free lifestyle. Public Eye is a project of Mobilization for Animals (PA), a 501C3 nonprofit organization.

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School Program Artists & Actors
Myths & Logos : Fall
Animation/Film Festival : Spring

School Programs

unhug

"The Unhuggables," a traveling show
about respect for wildlife.

Public Eye is starting to offer our programs in schools, libraries, and community centers. If you or your school is interested in receiving information about our programs,
please contact Lisa Levinson for more info.

Upcoming Events

Annual Vegan Spirituality Retreat
& Blessing of the Animals

Date: Saturday, August 11th, 2012
Time: 10:00am to 4:00pm, Registration begins at 9:30am
3:00pm to 4:00pm, Animal Blessing Ceremony
Location: Saunders Woods, 1020 Waverly Road, Gladwyne, PA 19035
Cost (includes lunch): $40 adults (scholarships available), $30 adult students/seniors, $20 youth (12-17), $10 children (6-11), free for children under 6. Cash & check at the door. Advanced registration by check only. **Animal Blessing is free & open to the public.**
To Register: contact Lisa Levinson, publiceyephilly@gmail.com, 215-620-2130

Public Eye: Artists for Animals and Vegan Spirituality present the 3rd Annual Vegan Spirituality Retreat, “Exploring Veganism as a Spiritual Practice.” We welcome Rae Sikora, founding director of Plant Peace Daily, as our featured speaker. Neal Seghal will introduce his new organization, “Evolve For Animals.” Enjoy group discussions, guided meditations, yoga classes with vegan yogis John Calabria and Derek Goodwin, a delicious vegan lunch prepared by chef Christina Martin, a nature walk, and an Animal Blessing with rescue donkeys from La Ronda Stables. Free childcare is provided. Friendly companion animals are welcome at the Retreat and Blessing Ceremony.

Honor your companion animals and animals around the world through drumming and dancing in nature! Bring companion animals, a photo, or your own animal spirit! Everyone is invited to drum and dance in the Ceremony, which offers opportunities to celebrate animal companions, honor those that have died, empathize with animals suffering around the world, and create a vision of harmony between humans and other animals.

2nd Annual Vegan Thanksgiving :
Delicious
&
Heart-Warming!

Many friends shared delicious vegan potluck and singing and stories in Chestnut Hill, an annual Public Eye event!
 
"Stories from the Wild"
at Central Library

Date: Saturday, February 18
Time: 2 - 4 PM
Location: Story Hour Room of The Parkway Central Library Children's Department, 1901 Vine Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Cost: FREE
Contact, *RSVP, or info: 267-270-2703, publiceyephilly@gmail.com
 Join Public Eye: Artists for Animals and The Parkway Central Library Children's Department for our hands-on program, “Stories from the Wild,” with storytelling, art projects, and creative movement. The featured book, “Lightfoot the Deer,” written by naturalist and author Thornton W. Burgess and told by storyteller Loretta-Lucy Miller, is an exciting tale about a courageous deer who survives the perils of the wild with the help of human and animal friends.
Artist Zipora Schulz and dancer Lara Vracarich lead the hands-on activities.
*RSVP is requested, but not required.
MYTHS & LOGOS
INNOVATIVE EXHIBIT EXPLORES ANIMAL IMAGERY IN THE MEDIA
Myths & Logos was on exhibit from Oct. 7th (opening) until Nov. 4th, 2011 at Artisans Cafe in Phoenixville, PA. If interested, you may still purchase any of these pieces by contacting lisa@publiceyephilly.org.