Vashti DuBois and Michael Clemmons’s juried Vox annual opens, Nightletter art cinema opens in West Philly, Tyler adds Architecture to its name, Museo del Barrio looks back 50 years
Hey Artblog readers! Today’s news post includes a handful of wonderful opportunities, information on some upcoming events, the announcement of Tyler’s new name, and more!

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UPCOMING

Poster for Vox XV, the 15th annual juried open call exhibition at Vox Populi Gallery, up 7/5/19 to 8/3/19
Poster for Vox XV, the 15th annual juried open call exhibition at Vox Populi Gallery, up 7/5/19 to 8/3/19

This year’s annual juried show at Vox Populi, Vox XV, was juried by Vashti DuBois and Michael Clemmons of The Colored Girls Museum. Check out “What Make’s That Black?,” opening tonight, July 5, 2019, at Vox Populi, 6-10pm. Show’s up to Aug. 3.

New art house cinema, Nightletter, founded by Max Bienstock, opens in West Philly. Screenings begin July 10, 2019.

Just Act Institute’s Advanced Joker Training July 19-Aug 4 (fris, sats, & suns). For everybody who’s had initial training and interested in going deeper into TO (Theater of the Oppressed, and JEDI (justice, equity, diversity, inclusion).

OPPORTUNITIES

Asian Arts Initiative in search of new Senior Projects Manager

Impact100 looking for young philanthropic women to join their ranks through their Founders Fellowship. Deadline to apply – July 31, 2019

3rd Street Gallery re-opens on 3rd St. South of South St. and has a call out for new members.

Wonderful arts publication ThINKing Dance has a call for new writers. Deadline to submit letter of interest and short writing sample – July 31, 2019

ICYMI

El Puerto Rican Passport, El Spirit Republic de Puerto Rico: Adál Maldonado 1994, lithography with photograph in staple-bound booklet closed: 5 x 3 1/2 in. (12.7 x 8.9 cm) open: 7 x 5 in. (17.8 x 12.7 cm) Smithsonian American Art Museum Gift of the artist © 2012, ADÁL
El Puerto Rican Passport, El Spirit Republic de Puerto Rico: Adál Maldonado
1994, lithography with photograph in staple-bound booklet
closed: 5 x 3 1/2 in. (12.7 x 8.9 cm) open: 7 x 5 in. (17.8 x 12.7 cm)
Smithsonian American Art Museum
Gift of the artist
© 2012, ADÁL

Museo de Barrio celebrates 50 years of its sometimes contentious history. And the show points a way forward, says Holland Cotter in the NY Times. Adal Maldonado’s El Spirit Republic de Puerto Rico project  (image above) gets a nice shout out in the article.

Tyler School of Art changes name to Tyler School of Art and Architecture, what?! Read about all the changes that go with that at the link.

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