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Posts tagged "Photography"

Faces of Refugee Children: The Migrant Caravan by Ada Trillo (ACG '18)

Ada Trillo’s (ACG '18) photo project documents children and adults caught in the crosshairs of the border security and immigration policies currently enforced by the US. [learn more]

Zanele Muholi and the Women's Mobile Museum at PAFA

The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts hosts the Women's Mobile Museum exhibit beginning December 22. [learn more]

Getty Images and ARRAY Launches New Grant to Support Underrepresented Communities

Getty Images, a world leader in visual communications, in partnership with ARRAY Alliance, a creative collective founded by director Ava DuVernay to amplify the work of women and people of color filmmakers, today announced the launch of the first Getty Images ARRAY Grant, open to both filmmakers and photographers from around the world who are using their art forms to create diverse and inclusive visual stories. June 8 is the deadline. [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]

Jennifer Baker Exhibits "Portraits of People on the Move" at Wilma Theater

Jennifer Baker’s (ACG '10) exhibit "Portraits of People on the Move" is being presented in the lobby of the Wilma Theater to accompany the performance of "Adapt!" There will be an opening reception for the exhibit on Wednesday, March 22, 2017 at 6:30pm before the first performance of "Adapt!" The exhibit and the play will run through April 22. [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]

The Artists-in-Schools Program at The Print Center Hiring Teaching Artists

The Artists-in-Schools Program at The Print Center is currently hiring Teaching-Artists for Fall 2016 and Spring 2017. The Print Center encourages the growth and understanding of photography and printmaking as vital contemporary arts through exhibitions, publications and educational programs. [learn more]

Pheralyn Dove Upcoming Events

Pheralyn Dove will be performing and exhibiting work in two events this summer. [learn more]

New Exhibit: Afro-Latino in Philadelphia: Stories from El Barrio

Afro-Latino in Philadelphia: Stories from El Barrio work acknowledges the role of African heritage within Latino identity. [learn more]

New Photographs by Lorelei Narvaja

You & I Forever is a collection of imagery shaped by music, celebrating the beauty of friendship, love, and living in a moment you want to last forever. [learn more]

Philadelphia Photo Arts Center Artist Residency

The Philadelphia Photo Arts Center is accepting applications for its 2015-2016 Artist Residency program. The deadline for applications is July 24 at 11:59pm. [learn more]

Rachelle Lee Smith Signs Books at Philadelphia Public Library

Rachelle Lee Smith will be giving a talk and signing her book "Speaking Out" at the Independence Branch of the Philadelphia Public Library on July 6. [learn more]

Susan DiPronio Performs at SEXx Interactive

Susan DiPronio (LTA '13) is performing her piece "Surrender" at SEXx Interactive on May 8 and her photography is included in a group show of erotic photographs on display May 9 & 10. [learn more]

Showing Face: LGBTQ Mural Workshop from Mural Arts

City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program is hosting a workshop for Philadelphia LGBTQ artists on April 23 at the Anderson Apartments. [learn more]

Denise Allen's Solo Show Post Ferguson: My Son Matters!

Denise Allen (ACG '14) has a solo show, Post Ferguson: My Son Matters!, on view at the Mount Airy Art Garage from April 10 to May 31. The opening reception is April 17. Free. [learn more]

The Art of Nature: A Photographic Exhibit by Pheralyn Dove

Pheralyn Dove will be exhibiting the Art of Nature at the Gold Standard Cafe in West Philadelphia. [learn more]

Letters To Trayvon Photography Exhibition And Discussion

On February 28, three of the winning Letters to Our Brothers will be read along with a discussion featuring Tracy Martin, Trayvon's father and a photography exhibition by Denise Allen, "By the Content of My Character: Portraits of Young African American Men" at Arcadia University. [learn more]

Zoe Strauss at ICA50

Photographer Zoe Strauss (SA '02), whose first solo museum show was organized by the ICA in 2006, debuts a new slideshow of her recent work. [learn more]

Colette Fu Interviewed about her Pop Up Art

Colette Fu (LTA '13) was recently interviewed for Asia Society blog for her art work focusing on Chinese minority cultures. In 2008, Colette received a Fulbright Fellowship to travel to China's Yunnan Province and photograph the 25 ethnic minorities of her mother's hometown. That journey culminated in her latest pop-up book, We Are Tiger Dragon People, which reflects the community's rich local histories, traditions, and tastes in colorful and vibrant collages. These books may be purchased directly from Fu or through the Brooklyn Artist Alliance. Two of her books will be on display at Booklyn's LA Book Fair from January 31 to February 2. [learn more]