Rosine 2.0 in practice, workshops and installations at the Icebox, Delaware Art Museum shows prints from Romo Collection, Vox Populi 18th Annual Juried Exhibition seeks applicants, plus more exhibitions and events

Hi, this week we see Rosine 2.0 in Practice, a day of workshops and installations, by a collaborative group out of Swarthmore. Next Fab partners with Craft Now in Tools of the Trade, a conference connecting artisans and business resources in Philly. For exhibitions, the Delaware Art Museum exhibits the unique heritage, history, and experience of Mexican Americans and Latinos with prints from the Romo Collection. Partners and Son soon to open Both/And by Anuj Shrestha. Pentimenti Gallery presents Raymond Saá and Kate Bonner + Anna Wehrwein Endless Illusions. Fjord Gallery announces new solo exhibition by Petra Floyd. Opportunities appear in the form of Vox Populi soon accepting applications for their 18th Annual Juried Exhibitions. Hope you enjoy some of these events or exhibitions, and have a nice week.


Rosine 2.0 in Practice, a day of workshops and installations at Icebox Project Space

A grey poster with neon plantlike green splatters with black text and green text against the grey.

1400 N American St, Philadelphia, PA 19122

Rosine 2.0 has been dreaming into the future. After two years of collective learning, Rosine 2.0 – a community-driven art project rooted in Philadelphia – invites the public to Rosine 2.0 in Practice, a day of workshops and installations taking place in Philly’s Icebox Project Space on Saturday, March 18, from 2-6pm.

More info and free RSVP here.

Tools of the Trades Conference from NextFab and CraftNow

1800 North American Street, Philadelphia
March 22nd – 25th, 2023

The Tools of the Trades Conference is a four-day hybrid conference focused on connecting artisans to business resources in Philadelphia and beyond. Experts will deliver a variety of programming and materials – lectures, resource directories, and a collaborative event – to address the needs voiced by our creatives running small businesses. The conference strives to emphasize approachability, affordability, and a supportive environment where everyone can come together and no question goes unanswered.

All Access Ticket: In-Person and Virtual Events: $50
Virtual Event Ticket Only: $25
In-Person Events Ticket Only: $25

Buy tickets here.


Delaware Art Museum Estampas de la Raza exhibition to show contemporary prints from the Romo collection.

The Virgin of Guadalupe is cast in a blood red halo.
Mestiza Virgin, 2000. Sam Coronado. Screenprint, 22 ¼ x 14 ¾ in. Collection of the McNay Art Museum, Gift of Harriett and Ricardo Romo, 2010.24.

2301 Kentmere Pkwy, Wilmington, DE 19806

Delaware Art Museum invites the public to experience Estampas de la Raza: Contemporary Prints from the Romo Collection, on view from April 1 to May 28, 2023. The exhibition chronicles the unique heritage, history, and experience of Mexican Americans and Latinos between 1980 and 2010. It showcases 61 eye-catching screen prints and lithographs from the collection of the McNay Art Museum in San Antonio, TX

More info here.

Partners and Son presents Anuj Shrestha’s Both/And

Partners and Son is thrilled to present Both/And, an exhibition of prints by Anuj Shrestha, curated by Sacred Prism. The exhibition collects images from his most recent book, Both/And, alongside earlier works.

618 S 6th St, Philadelphia, PA 19147
March 10 – April 23
Opening Reception March 10, 6–9 pm

In Both/And, Shrestha explores conceptual echoes between images which are paired by their formal symmetries. With no text aside from their titles, these works rely on the fundamental relationship in comics between one panel and the next. Despite the precision and clarity of the images, their combination as comics creates a tension that we can only attempt to resolve by tracing the connections between them. This pursuit of conceptual abstraction through rigorous attention to visual detail is an underlying feature of all his work.

For more information email at or visit @partnersandson on Instagram.

Raymond Saá: Tin Tin Deo and Kate Bonner + Anna Wehrwein: Endless Illusions at Pentimenti Gallery

145 N 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19106
March 14 – April 22, 2023
Meet the Artist reception Friday, March 17, 6 – 8 pm Talk at 7 pm

Raymond Saá – Tin Tin Deo

Rounded and right angled shapes of yellow, brown, red, pink, black and white clutter the center of the space from top to bottom. White dominates the edges to the right and left in rectangular shapes.
Untitled (OAC202302) 81.5 x 72 x 2 in / 207 x 182.9 x 5.1 cm, oil stick and acrylic on collaged canvas, 2023. Image courtesy of Pentimenti Gallery.

Pentimenti Gallery is pleased to present its second solo exhibition of work by Raymond Saá.
The exhibition title is named after the song Tin Tin Deo released in 1951 and most famously associated with the Afro-Cuban jazz trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie.

More info about Raymond Saá here.
More about exhibition here.

Kate Bonner and Anna Wehrwein: Endless Illusions

A figure sleeps in a tussled bed with jeans and a white shirt on. A overwhelming blue covers the figure and the rest of the interior space.
Anna Wehrwein, Within Reach, 18 x 24 inches / 45.7 x 61 cm, chalk pastel, charcoal, watercolor on Color-aid paper, 2022. Image Courtesy of Pentimenti Gallery.

Pentimenti Gallery is thrilled to present Endless Illusions, a two-person show by Kate Bonner and Anna Wehrwein.

Endless Illusions calls attention to the visual texture qualities that are immediately perceived, but where work of opposite ends of the spectrum meets. The artworks selected were based on the following principles of art making: line, layers, movement, and the unique use of color. While sharing common values, the use of different mediums dictates the outcome of the works.

More information here.

FJORD announces next exhibition, Before The DJ Was Sound, And She Played It

A solo project by artist Petra Floyd

1720 N 5th St, Philadelphia, PA 19122
March 11th – April 22, 2023
Opening reception Saturday, March 11th, 6-9pm

Before the DJ Was Sound, and She Played It, is a constellation of three interdisciplinary projects: Five Factors 3, Electric Boogie Revolution, and Kalimbrrd. Exhibited together, these sculptural installations are explicit invitations to experience sound and movement as inherited technologies for orienting ourselves in unknowable space/times. Kalimbrrd features handmade, amplified thumb pianos (kalimbas) and noisemakers for viewers to play and reshape the exhibition’s soundscape. Electric Boogie Revolution asks viewers to perform a timewarped “Electric Slide” from audio instructions; if viewers choose to dance, a visual score will emerge in the sand under their feet. Kalimbrrd and Electric Boogie Revolution are nestled within and anchored by Five Factors 3, a five-channel televisual and furniture installation featuring video of Naeem Martinez White, a local Pittsburgh visual and sonic artist, and myself communicating across different spaces and times (Pittsburgh and New Mexico) with acoustic and kinetic gestures.

More Info here.


Vox Populi’s 18th Annual Juried Exhibition application goes live from Monday 3-13 until Friday 4-21.

Applications received on Monday 3-13 will have no entry fee.

Vox Populi is accepting submissions for its eighteenth annual Juried Exhibition VOX XVIII. This opportunity is particularly for artists without commercial representation who push boundaries in terms of form and content, employ alternative methodologies and want to expose their practice to new audiences. Vox Populi is interested in highlighting work in all media that is ambitious, timely and risk-taking.

For more information visit here.