This Week in Clips • March 17 through March 23

BYO Socials- Victoria Burge and Julianna Foster- The Print CenterArticle courtesy of PaperClips215. See the original article here.

This Week In Clips is a weekly clip regarding the best upcoming arts events. If you have an event that should be on this list, let PaperClips215 know.

Lots of events coming up, just in time for St. Patrick’s Day. Okay, so most of them aren’t Irish themed, but they ARE a great reason to get out this week, and do something other than drink green beer.

Going to any of these events? Remember to clip along with us @PaperClips215 or with #clips215!

Animal Takeover • Philadelphia Museum of Art

32March 19, 5:30 – 8:45 pm  PAY WHAT YOU WISH
26th St and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway

Join the Philadelphia Museum of Art for their weekly Wednesday Night programming with Animal Takeover. Artist Annette Monnier will be creating collaborative landscapes, bringing the animals typically found in the peripheries of pastoral landscape paintings to the foreground.


Derrick Pitts Lecture • The Print Center

1977357_10152684012173242_453563732_nMarch 20, 6 – 8 pm • $5, Reservations required, space is limited
1614 Latimer St

The Print Center is hosting a lecture with Derrick Pitts, Chief Astronomer at The Franklin Institute, and collaborator on the Canicular exhibition. Pitts will be discussing the lore and meaning of Sirius and other musings on the night sky throughout history. Reservations are required as seating is very limited.


Greenhouse Mix • Philadelphia Art Alliance

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251 S 18th St

The Philadelphia Art Alliance presents their latest exhibition, Greenhouse Mix, a site specific textile installation by Caroline Lathan-Stiefel. Inspired by Philadelphia’s rich history as a horticultural center, there are three different components that make up the whole. There are two gallery installations and a project in the grand staircase of the PAA, each questioning the importance of plant diversity in the age of fracking.


NOISE: Electricity for Progress • Philadelphia Art Alliance

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251 S 18th St

Join the Philadelphia Art Alliance for the opening reception of their new exhibition, NOISE: Electricity for Progress. It is a series of site specific installations by Philadelphia-based artist Sam Cusumano that explores the craftsmanship of sound through found materials, biology, and direct audience participation. These elements will illustrate how technology relates to the natural world.


BYO Socials: Victoria Burge and Julianna Foster • The Print Center


March 21, 6 – 8 pm • FREE
1614 Latimer St

The Print Center presents their latest BYO Social, an opportunity to come together in casual conversation with artists and art appreciators. Printmaker Victoria Burge and photographer Julianna Foster will be present to discuss their collaborative portfolio Nebulae and other recent book works. After the event, there will be a tour of Demetrius Oliver: Canicular.



March 22, 3 – 4 pm • $15/$10 for members, Registration requested
201 Germantown Ave

Many of the standard accounts of Abstract Expressionism fail to properly acknowledge the work of women artists. Both art historians and critics have marginalized such artists as Elaine de Kooning, Perle Fine, Joan Mitchell, and others. This lecture reframes the received canon of Abstract Expressionism by presenting the critical reception of women artists from the 1950s to the present.

And there are always the ongoing exhibits at The Print Center (and check out our review of their current exhibit, Canicular!), PAFA, and the PMA. Check their respective websites for hours.

To see a list of everything that’s upcoming, please check out PaperClips215’s calendar.

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