resources

oct 22 '17

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Home Studio Lab: Michael Brown Quilt

Perelman Building

oct 28 '17

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Grounded While Walls Fall Film Screening with Zein Nakhoda

Perelman Building, 2525 Pennsylvania Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19130

oct 28 '17

/movement

Meet our Culinary Artists with Kristin Schwab

Perelman Building

oct 29 '17

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Meet our Culinary Artists with Epicurean Jerk Sauce

Perelman Building

nov 11 '17

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Philadelphia Fathering Festival

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

nov 12 '17

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Philadelphia Fathering Festival

Perelman Atrium and Auditorium

nov 14 '17

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Balancing Time and Place With Self - Part II

Perelman Building

nov 24 '17

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Water Ways and the River's Timeline

Perelman Building

nov 25 '17

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Meet our Culinary Artists with Pascal Boucicaut

Perelman Building
/movement aug 16 '17

Visages of the Underground: Reconstructions Move-In Performance

Continuing to create a web and network of respite and safe “houses” in relation to the PHLA locations across the city, Keir Johnston and Ernel Martinez of Amber Art & Design will carry two objects that are deeply connected to Philadelphia's history of seeking freedom within a militaristic and carceral city and state - a portrait of Ramona Afrika and a mirror from the interior of the meeting space of the Alumni Ex-Offenders Association (AEA) in Nicetown/Tioga. These objects will be carried from North Philadelphia to the Museum via the public SEPTA bus where the artists will be joined by AEA members to engage passengers with questions about the significance of Ramona Afrika to Philadelphia's history, healing from the MOVE, and what it means to engage oneself, and re-engage, with the ongoing traumas of this historical event.

Route: AEA → SEPTA bus → Perelman Building, Philadelphia Museum of Art


This performance is part of the Amber Art & Design series of Move-In performances, Visages of the Underground, taking place the week of August 14, 2017. At each site, Amber Arts will invite participants to join in the performance, allowing for organic movement and interaction throughout the travels. Each performance will have a designated starting location and end at the Perelman Building of the Philadelphia Museum of Art located at 2525 Pennsylvania Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19130.




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