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.”
Designs for Different Futures, currently on exhibit at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, disappointingly offers more favoring of today’s ableism in disabled people’s futures.
Banal Presents is the third and final chapter in Colored People Time, departing from the previous shows’ speculative representations to examine the ways that colonialism and slavery have permeated the United States’ past, present, and future.
From a monologue on death to a story about a police shootout, Opera Philadelphia’s productions showed us the many things opera can be.
Because the contemporary art world is such a secular place, there hasn’t been much attention given to Warhol-the-Catholic, until now.
The organization will host various events that include the Craft Capital exhibition series, a symposium, hands-on activities, tours, and much more.
In this exhibition, the artists explore pain and pleasure, and the redemptive possibilities of healing. On view through November 17, 2019.
From sci-fi to avant-garde, discover the unsung legacy of multimedia artist Ed Emshwiller with a full-scale exhibition of his groundbreaking work in film, video, and visual art. On view from October 18 – December 7, 2019.
Explore nearly six decades of work by one of America’s most influential artists in this dynamic career survey.
Room for Living, Jacolby Satterwhite’s first museum exhibition, draws together a decade of mind-melting speed while also marking a change: he’s learning to use sculpture to stand still.
A profound exploration into how the history of chattel slavery and colonialism in America exists in and impacts our present moment. On view through December 22, 2019.
New 10,000 square foot facility provides studios and community areas for graduate students and significantly expands the CMU School of Art’s resources.