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Photos: Suikang Zhao, selected images from Taokonick, 2012

News post – Preservation push, Aqua Dice’s NYTimes nod, NextFab’s grand opening, opportunities and more!

News Above: the magic that happens when Photoshop wizardry and Philadelphia’s most iconic statue find one another. For their New Year’s greeting, the PMA’s Department of Indian and Himalayan Art created this gem, featuring Rocky in his typical composure, but joined by a surprising companion: the Hindu deity Krishna, who in this iteration is “Krishna Dances and Holds Aloft Two Stolen Balls of Butter,” The copper alloy sculpture was made in Orissa, India in the 17th century, 1994-148-262. This comes to us from the Stella Kramrisch Collection at the Department of Indian and Himalayan Art. 2 in preservation news – 1. Created by Philadelphia’s own Conservation ... More » »

The work of Robert Glebe, Guild member.

News post – MFA shows, Possible Projects packs up, craft on the radio, horror at PhilaMOCA, and more!

News The Delaware Art Museum’s Centennial juried show is not until October, but the Museum has released the entire list of artists who have been selected, including many from Pennsylvania. Congratulations to all!  The museum used to host biennial regional exhibitions that were much admired.  We hope this juried exhibition revitalizes the regional biennial, which is missed. Juror John Ravenal says, of the selection: “The 1,300 artworks submitted online by nearly 450 applicants covered a wide range of media, styles, and abilities. There were accomplished senior artists, emerging talents, and probably some Sunday hobbyists. There was painting, sculpture, installation art, video, ... More » »

Carolee Schneeman, still from Infinity Kisses.  Photo courtesy Slought website

News – Winifred Lutz at Abington, Carolee Schneeman week, Johnny Everyman, opportunities and more!

News Philadelphia sculptor Winifred Lutz’s  outdoor installation at the Abington Art Center opens September 8, 2012, in which she’ll uncover an abandoned 2000-square foot pool and cabana site in the Center’s Sculpture Park. Funded by the NEA, the unveiling of the pool is accompanied by an exhibition of Lutz’s work.  Lutz had a previous outdoor installation in Abington’s woods. The exhibition runs September through November. The ICA presents the “Happiness Modules,” a participatory lunchtime program led by professors Cassie Mogilner, Assistant Professor of Marketing at Wharton, and David Comberg, Lecturer, Design, Fine Arts.  The two will guide participants in an examination ... More » »