The museum and union have yet to agree on wages and healthcare.
The Philadelphia organization offers artists on-site access to recovered materials, studio space, construction equipment, a $1,000 stipend, and more.
Using the building’s architecture to create an olfactory landscape, Tolaas explores the concept of experience, the unknown, and even the (un)pleasantly familiar.
Crypto assets present a challenge for taxation, with the ecosystem notoriously murky when it comes to the identities of buyers and sellers.
The two-week, multi-city series of virtual, hybrid, and in-person events explores transformative work at the intersection of community-based cultural practice and environmental justice.
Minimalism sought to empty out narrative pictorial content. Scully’s goal has been to put it back.
“Nana Harriet risked life and limb to be free so that no one White person would benefit off her person. And now we have someone white benefiting off of her,” said artist Maisha Sullivan-Ongoza.
As museums readily draft land acknowledgments, they should also be ready to leverage their presence and power on the land to meet the needs of their neighbors today.
Students concentrate in either Education or Audience Engagement, and connect learning to practice during internships at iconic Philadelphia museums and beyond.
Organizers, artists, and land practitioners are holding public events at Iglesias Garden in a hub space supported by the Climate Justice Initiative, a project of Mural Arts Philadelphia.
This rigorous, studio-based program in Philadelphia focuses on building unique studio practices that synthesize the disciplines of printmaking, book arts, and papermaking.
10 artists from various disciplines will have the opportunity to utilize newly renovated studios and exhibition spaces, plus workshops and labs across UArts’s campus.