April 13 - 20, 2021 Events
SMETANA: Má Vlast: Vltava (The Moldau)
WAGNER: Sigfried Idyll
TCHAIKOVSKY: Swan Lake: SuiteRead more »
Visceral Memory Cache, an exhibition of abstract paintings by Eileen Olson, will be on view in the Mezzanine Gallery from April 5-29, 2021.Read more »
COVID-19 and the response to stop the spread of the virus have reminded us all just how much our community relies on our essential workers. Nurses, bus drivers, farmers, teachers, firefighters, childcare workers, doctors, and government officials, to name just a few, have supported us and ensured that our needs are met and our families remain healthy and cared for.
This photography project, created by Operation Technician Iz Balleto and Teaching Artist and Curator in Residence JaQuanne LeRoy, brings faces and voices to the many people who have kept our community going through this pandemic. This campaign explores what essential work entails and honors those individuals who continue to dedicate their lives to it every day.
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CURATORIAL PORTFOLIO REVIEW: APRIL 2021
Curatorial Portfolio Review
Wednesday, April 14, 2021 | 5 - 7 PM
Registration Fee: $20
As a service to artists in our community, we invite you to a Curatorial Portfolio Review. The style of this review will offer multiple opinions by members of the Curatorial Department and will offer new perspectives on your work to improve your professional development.
HOW TO PREPARE
Be prepared to discuss your work, process, vision, and ask questions.
WHAT TO BRING
Prepare a concise portfolio consisting of the following:
--brief biography and CV
--no more than 5 - 6 examples of your work
Work can be presented in high resolution digital images on your lap top or physical pieces of manageable sizes no larger than 15 inches.
WHAT TO EXPECT
1) Feedback on what a curator looks for when considering artwork for exhibitions.
2) Expect to share your vision and your processes with the reviewer.
3) Expect to answer questions about your portfolio.
Dates subject to change.
Knights Bar regulars Bruce and Sam are back to take the stage!Read more »
Join us for an hour-long virtual conversation with photographer Andreas Sterzing and Curator Margaret Winslow. They will explore art in New York City in the 1980s with a special focus on creative activities at Pier 34 and the work of Robert Jones and David Wojnarowicz. Ask questions, participate in the conversation, or just enjoy!
Image caption: Andreas Sterzing, Rob Jones Pier 34, 1983.
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Join us for a discussion on the opportunities surrounding compost collection. Michelle from Circle Compost will speak about her experiences growing a sustainable compost collection business in Philadelphia. Established in 2016, Circle Compost is a woman-owned company born from a desire to prevent food scraps, leaves, and other organic discards from being landfilled. Their goal is to change people’s perception of organic materials that have traditionally been considered trash and provide people with a simple, localized alternative to throwing these organic materials away. They make as many of their food scrap pickups from local residents as possible by bicycle trailer to avoid burning fossil fuels! They work to complete the “circle of life” for organic materials, turning your waste into compost used by their urban farm partners to grow food.Read more »
Philly-native and Knights Bar regular Martronimous is back in our Knights Bar!Read more »
Adobe Photoshop software gives users powerful tools to work with images. In this introductory demonstration, students will be shown how to use adjustment layers, selections, layer styles, masks, and more. Instructor: Danny Schweers.
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What will you find when you go “behind the steam” with us at the Marshall Steam Museum? Join us every month for the next year as we take a close look at a special item in our collection and then zoom out for a larger discussion with experts and enthusiasts. Our collection goes beyond Stanley steam cars, so tune in every month to see what interesting items we uncover!Read more »
Do you miss LIVE music?! We do, too! Join us for a series of livestreamed concerts performed on the stages of The Grand by a variety of talented local performers.
LIVE @ 818 is a series of ticketed livestream concerts that will bring the joy of LIVE music to our patrons as we remain closed for the pandemic. Your purchase will support these entertaining local musicians, and will also benefit The Grand as we work to re-open our three theaters for indoor performances this coming fall.Read more »
The Knotty G's make their debut in our Knights Bar!Read more »
Join us as we welcome back the DelArt Cinema Drive-in Series! Enjoy a classic film from the comfort of your own car. Concessions will be available to purchase on site. Rain dates will be scheduled as needed. Parking begins at 7:15 and the movie starts at dusk. Tickets at delartcinema.com
The Birdcage: Friday, April 16
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In this two-day workshop students will learn how to use tube rivets in jewelry and small-scale sculpture. Using copper and fine silver tubing on metal, stones and found objects, tube rivets are a great way to connect objects that cannot be soldered. Instructor: Caryn Hetherston. 30-minute lunch break.
Saturday and Sunday, April 17 & 18 | 9:30 am – 4 pm | Onsite at Museum
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Ages 8 – 12. This is a perfect way to celebrate the earth and the magic of nature! Kids will use various plants and flowers to create beautiful cyanotype prints. Instructor: Emie Hughes.
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