resources

sep 23 '17

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World-building workshop

Perelman Building, Philadelphia

oct 12 '17

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Indigenous People’s Day Celebration and Teach-In

Perelman Galleries and Auditorium

oct 24 '17

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WORKING

Perelman Building

oct 27 '17

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Final Fridays: The AfroFuturist Affair Costume Ball

Philadelphia Museum of Art, Main Building, Great Stair Hall , 2600 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy, Philadelphia, PA 19130

oct 29 '17

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Celebrating Activism, A Philadelphia Forum

Perelman Atrium and Auditorium
/futures oct 24 '17

WORKING

Join us for a performance of a series of readings by Oral Historian and Radio Broadcaster, Studs Terkel. The readings explore what makes work meaningful for people in all walks of life. All readings are excerpted from the musical theater adaptation of the non-fiction book, Working.

The presentation will be followed by an interactive discussion about what makes work meaningful in today’s world, and how it can be more meaningful. The reading will be presented by students at The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute of Temple University and directed by Jean Haskell.




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oct '17

WORKING

Perelman Building
01:00 pm > 03:00 pm
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