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Posts tagged "Visual Art"

Mz Initiative Seeks Visual Artists for Exhibition Mz Initiative Seeks Visual Artists for Exhibition

Mz Initiative Seeks Visual Artists for Theatre Exhibition

Mz. Initiative is seeking visual artists for an exhibition to accompany two solo theatre pieces, entitled Ophelia and Ravished, which focus on themes of inter-partner violence, father and daughter relationships, feminism, trauma, isolation, and healing.The accompanying art will fill the dance studio where these pieces will be performed. Deadline: December 15. [learn more]

Ife Nii Owoo unveils "Ready: A Pathway for Hope" at the re-opening of Logan Library Ife Nii Owoo unveils "Ready: A Pathway for Hope" at the re-opening of Logan Library

Grand Re-opening Celebration of Logan Library

Ife Nii Owoo (ACG '07) unveils Ready: A Pathway for Hope at the re-opening of Logan Library on November 4 at 1:00 PM. Owoo's artwork includes text by Trapeta Mayson (ACG '14, LTA '07). [learn more]

Hurry Up and Wait Exhibition at Asian Arts Initiative Hurry Up and Wait Exhibition at Asian Arts Initiative

Hurry Up and Wait Exhibition at Asian Arts Initiative

Maria Dumlao (ACG '17) has work included in exhibition Hurry Up and Wait at Asian Arts Initiative. The show is curated by Adriel Luis and is on view Monday-Friday, 10am-6pm from now until December 15. [learn more]

Artist Patricia Goodrich Here and Haiti! Artist Patricia Goodrich Here and Haiti!

Artist Patricia Goodrich Here and Haiti!

Patricia Goodrich (WOO '04, '03) exhibits paintings at the Matossian Eye offices in Pennington's hospital and the International Art Ability exhibition at Bryn Mawr Hospital in November. Goodrich will be in residence at the Promart International Arts symposium in Port au-Prince, Haiti. [learn more]

Alice Oh Exhibits Paintings at Rosemont College Alice Oh Exhibits Paintings at Rosemont College

Alice Oh Exhibits Recent Paintings at Rosemont College

Alice Oh (SA '00, WOO '99) exhibits recent paintings at the Lawrence Gallery of Rosemont College through October 12, in which she explores complex relationships in nature and their emotional and psychological impact. [learn more]

Jennifer Baker's "Northern Liberties" Paintings and Monoprints at Crane Hall Jennifer Baker's "Northern Liberties" Paintings and Monoprints at Crane Hall

Jennifer Baker's "Northern Liberties" Paintings and Monoprints at Crane Hall

Jennifer Baker's (ACG '10) exhibit "Northern Liberties" will be at Crane Hall, first floor of the Crane Arts Building, from August 10 through September 29. Second Thursday receptions are August 10 and September 14. This is the second exhibition in the Changing Philadelphia series, comprised of three solo exhibitions featuring artwork about Philadelphia neighborhoods. [learn more]

Call for Artists: Hurry Up and Wait Call for Artists: Hurry Up and Wait

Call for Artists: Hurry Up and Wait

Hurry Up and Wait is a juried exhibition at Asian Arts Initiative, curated by Adriel Luis. They invite submissions by artists working in visual art, literary arts, and performing arts on the subject of migration and immigration. Deadline is July 10. [learn more]

Quizás Mañana Quizás Mañana

Michelle Angela Ortiz Solo Exhibition Quizás Mañana

In her first solo exhibition at Taller Puertorriqueño, Michelle Angela Ortiz’s (ACG '13, '12, '05, LTA '08) presents Quizás Mañana, a show that looks at the power of familial connection, place, and story. This exhibition will feature new installations, light boxes, and portraits representing her focus on what she calls “visual artifacts.” View the exhibit through July 29. [learn more]

Artwork by Syd Carpenter Artwork by Syd Carpenter

CFEVA Announces 2017 Visual Artist Fellows

Black Quantum Futurism (Rasheedah Phillips and Camae Ayewa [LTA '15, ACG '07]) and Syd Carpenter (ACG '12, LAA '99) are among CFEVA's 2017 Visual Artist Fellows. [learn more]

Prison Health Care and Reentry Summit Prison Health Care and Reentry Summit

Art as Resistance: Call for Submissions

Beyond the Walls: Prison Health Care and Reentry Summit will take place on Wednesday, June 28 at the Philadelphia Convention Center. The Summit seeks submissions for its "Art as Resistance" gallery from individuals and organizations fighting to end all intersecting systems of oppression that perpetuate mass incarceration and all forms of state violence. [learn more]

Jennifer Baker's Exhibit Work in Progress Jennifer Baker's Exhibit Work in Progress

Jennifer Baker's Exhibit "Work in Progress" at the Philadelphia Episcopal Cathedral

Jennifer Baker's (ACG '10) exhibit Work in Progress opens at the Philadelphia Episcopal Cathedral on May 5, 2017. The collection of paintings, collages, and monoprints focuses on the transformation of Northern Liberties that Baker has witnessed and documented over a period of 30 years, as well as her ongoing project to tell this story. [learn more]

Pheralyn Dove is the featured artist for Art Sanctuary's Open Gallery Night Pheralyn Dove is the featured artist for Art Sanctuary's Open Gallery Night

Pheralyn Dove Featured Artist at Art Sanctuary on April 20

Pheralyn Dove (ACG '14) is the Featured Artist for Art Sanctuary's Open Gallery Night on April 20, 2017. She will be performing spoken word and reading excerpts from her forthcoming book of essays, No Time For Tears. There will also be a slideshow of Pheralyn's photography and visual art. Free admission! Light refreshments! Free giveaways! Open Mic following Pheralyn's presentation. It all happens at Art Sanctuary, 628 S. 16th Street, Philadelphia, 6:00 - 8:00 PM. [learn more]

Open Call for Latin American Artists from Case de Duende

Casa de Duende issues an open call to Latin American artists asking them to respond to a re-imagining of Latin America and what being Latin American means in the 21st Century. Deadline: April 30 [learn more]

Paintings by Ruth Wolf at the Settlement Music School

The opening reception for Sounds of Spring, paintings by Ruth Wolf (WOO '04), takes place on April 30, 2017, 2:00 PM at Lieberman Gallery, Settlement Music School. The paintings are on exhibit from April 22 to May 20. [learn more]

Pheralyn Dove Exhibits Photography at School District of Philadelphia

Pheralyn Dove's (ACG '14) photography is featured in the School District of Philadelphia's Women’s History Month Exhibit. The artists' reception takes place Thursday, March 30, 2017, 4:00 – 7:00 PM. [learn more]

Michelle Angela Ortiz Featured in Commonspace Podcast

Michelle Angela Ortiz (LTA ’08, ACG ’13, ’12, ’05) is featured in episode 2 of the Commonspace podcast, "Immigrants: Home of the Brave." Listen at acommonspace.org. [learn more]

Rachelle Lee Smith "Speaking OUT" Book Signing and Exhibition

Rachelle Lee Smith (ACG '06) will be signing books and exhibiting work from "Speaking OUT: Queer Youth in Focus" in Philadelphia at the Creating Change Conference and the HRC Gala. [learn more]

Lori Waselchuk Exhibits Photography at Philadelphia Senior Center

Lori Waselchuk (LTA '13) exhibits photography created collaboratively by seniors and students at the Philadelphia Senior Center, on view through April 2017. [learn more]

Patricia Goodrich Selected to Exhibit at Khajuraho Dance Festival

Artist Patricia Goodrich (WOO '04, '03) has been selected as USA exhibitor at the Khajuraho Dance Festival and ArtMart in Khajuraho, India. [learn more]

Colette Fu Commissioned to Create Work for the Free Library of Philadelphia

Colette Fu (LTA '13) was commissioned by the Office of Art, Culture and the Creative Economy's Percent for Art Program to create eight tunnel book dioramas that will be installed at the Free Library of Philadelphia. She hopes to give visibility to the field of book arts and commemorate the numerous stacks being removed from the library. [learn more]

SXSW 2017 Art Program Call for Proposals are due December 16

SXSW is seeking project ideas for the 2017 Art Program. The deadline for proposals is December 16. [learn more]

Betty Lawrence Curates Once Upon a Time at Slought Foundation

Betty Lawrence curated Once Upon a Time, an exhibition of photographs by Bessie McLamb featuring "ordinary" people in South Philadelphia from the 1940s to the 1970s at Slought Foundation running through December 30. [learn more]

Toni Kersey’s Quilt Chosen for Art in Embassies Program

Toni Kersey’s quilt Dancing in the River of Yemenya was selected to hang at the US embassy in Chad. [learn more]

Center For Emerging Visual Artists Announces 2017 Fellowship

Center for Emerging Visual Artists is seeking applications for their 2017 Visual Artist Fellowship. Deadline: December 15. [learn more]

The Print Center’s 91st Annual International Competition

Artists who use printmaking and/or photography as critical components of their work, or whose work pushes the boundaries of traditional photographic and printmaking practices, are encouraged to enter. Deadline: November 15. [learn more]

Michelle Angela Ortiz On View At Smithsonian

Michelle Angela Ortiz has work on view at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History through December. [learn more]

Nsenga Knight’s Fall 2016 Exhibitions

Nsenga Knight is exhibiting work at Arthur Ross Gallery, The Drawing Center and The Old Stone House this fall. [learn more]

Naima Lowe’s Trouble Opens At The Art Department

Former Board Member Naima Lowe's opening reception for her solo show, Trouble, at The Art Department will take place November 4. [learn more]

The Colored Girls Museum in i found god in myself at the African American Museum in Philadelphia

Barbara Bullock (Bessie Berman Award ‘02), Betty Leacraft (ACG '14, '09, LTA '11, WOO '99) and Toni Kersey (ACG ‘07) contributed work to The Colored Girls Museum installation in conjunction with i found god in myself: the 40th anniversary celebration of “for colored girls” at the African American Museum in Philadelphia from October 1 to January 2, 2017. The Opening Reception is October 6 from 6:00pm to 9:00pm. [learn more]

Michelle Angela Ortiz in Philadelphia, Goddamn

Michelle Angela Ortiz is showing work in Philadelphia, Goddamn at Little Berlin. The Opening Reception is October 14. [learn more]