This week-long event series looks at transformative work happening at the intersection of arts, community-based cultural practice, and environmental justice.
The online exhibition, curated by artist Jesse Krimes, is an expansive examination of mass incarceration and an unflinching depiction of the United States today.
To the Polls 2020 features murals by six Philadelphia-based artists, including a jubilant altar to “our voting rights ancestors.”
Join the United States’s largest public art program for two webinars that will explore the process of creating art with the intention of moving people and policy.
For more than 20 years, a monumental mural of former Philadelphia Mayor, Frank Rizzo, existed in the city’s Ninth Street Market. On June 7, 2020, it was officially painted over.
In 2020, Monument Lab: Creative Speculations for Philadelphia is not merely a living handbook, but an uncanny prophecy.
James “Yaya” Hough speaks of a “strong desire to create dialogue inside of the community, between the DA’s office, the citizenry, the affected communities and more specifically, victim advocate groups.”
Created by artist Michael Rakowitz, Radio Silence brings together recordings of famed Iraqi broadcaster Bahjat Abdulwahed with other Philadelphia-based Iraqi refugees and Iraq War veterans.