The crowd of African-American students and younger scholars who attended Powell’s session indicates that the field is rich. It’s now up to the institutions to give them a chance.Read More
Via International Center for Photography – Mary Ellen Mark Memorial Scholarship
Closer to home, Icebox Project Space is looking for your 2016 predictions for their publication. For more information visit the Icebox Project Space website.Read More
Thank you to our outstanding Board Members, our terrific Advisory Committee, our Generous Supporters and You, Our Readers, who inspire us to keep producing our online art publication and off-line programs. Special thank you to the hard-working, intelligent and insightful Artblog team and a special shout out to our tech guru, who wrought magic with our website in 2015! As 2015 slinks off, Artblog wishes you peace, love and happiness, and lots of art in the new year.Read More
We got a note from Craig Scheihing of Big Mama’s Cinematheque introducing us to the “artist-run film lab, a venue for contemporary avant-garde filmmakers to share their work, and a classroom / workshop space for individuals interested in working with 16mm film.” Wonderful! I’m delighted to know there is a hotbed of alternative or experimental filmmakers here!Read More
“Its an 18 month residency with furnished housing and utilities provided, along with a $1,000/month stipend, and a separate working budget for exhibitions and programs. Potential teaching opportunities with partnering academic institutions are an additional possibility….The application deadline is November 30th.Read More
When you walk into the exhibition, you feel like you are walking into a planetarium or peering through a telescope or microscope, dark matter perhaps beating in the background.Read More
Philly Public Art Guidebook debuts! (Now how about a guidebook for the rest of the art scene…galleries, museums, alternative hot spots.) – The Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy has released “A Guide to Philadelphia’s Public Art” – It’s online, too, in a nice flip-through edition.Read More
“My time at PAFA and in Philadelphia, which has a vibrant and supportive arts community, has been truly wonderful,” Dr. Cozzolino noted. “However, I am thrilled to return to the Midwest where I grew up and to collaborate with my new colleagues at Mia.Read More
Two programs from ICA in conjunction with their current and outstanding shows – Becky Suss and Christopher Knowles Run, do not walk, to see these shows. Here’s the programs:
Wednesday, Oct. 7, 6:30PM at ICA, The two who co-curated the Knowles exhibit, writer, commentator Hilton Als and Senior Curator Anthony Elms will talk about the organizing the show, and about Knowles.Read More
Philadelphia is beset with Pope Francis-fever this month. And Indigo Arts is not going down the commercial road with that. But, they do want to say check out the retablos of St. Francis of Assisi they have on their website or in the gallery.Read More
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