Event Listings


Lectures/Talks October 2012

Wednesday, October 3, noon – 1 pm at PAFA: “Art at Lunch: Overcoming the Odds: Women Artists in Pre-20th-Century America.” 118 – 128 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, October 3, 6 pm at PennDesign: “OPEN AIR: RAFAEL LOZANO-HEMMER & RICHARD SOMMER in conversation.” 210 S. 34th Street, B1, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, October 3, 6 pm at Philadelphia Center for Architecture: Town Hall Meeting info session about Knight Arts Challenge Philadelphia. 1218 Arch Street, Philadelphia.

Thursday, October 4, 6:30 pm at ICA: “Helen Mirra.” 118 S. 36th Street, Philadelphia.

Thursday, October 4, 6 – 8 pm at Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art: Conversation with the Artist & Curators of IMMANENCE: The Art of Tobi Kahn 1987-2012. Through December 1. Reception follows. 615 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

First Friday, October 5, 5 – 8 pm at Chemical Heritage Foundation: “First Friday: Women’s Work.” 315 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

First Friday, October 5, 3 pm at Temple University: “Sande Webster Presents 4 x 10: the Work of Ten American Artists.” Paley Library Lecture Hall, 1210 Polett Walk, Philadelphia.

Monday, October 8, 7 pm at Chemical Heritage Foundation: “THE ALCHEMIST BY BEN JONSON: A READING.” Cost: $10. 315 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Monday, October 8, 6 pm at PennDesign: “Peter Calthorpe.” 210 S. 34th Street, B3, Philadelphia.

Tuesday, October 9, 7 pm at Print Center: “Vince Aletti & Andrea Modica: Looking at the Male Nude.” 1614 Latimer Street, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, October 10, noon – 1 pm at PAFA: “Art at Lunch: Morse and the Daguerreotype,” with Sarah Kate Gillespie, Assistant Professor of Performing and Fine Arts at York College. 118 – 128 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, October 10, 6 pm at PennDesign: “Rahul Mehrotra.” 210 S. 34th Street, Lower Gallery, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, October 10, 5 – 6:30 pm at Penn Museum: “Cores and Peripheries in the 21st Century,” with Immanuel Wallerstein, Senior Research Scholar in Sociology at Yale University. Rainey Auditorium, Penn Museum, 3260 South Street, Philadelphia.

Thursday, October 11, 6 pm at Chemical Heritage Foundation: “Pan Am Blue and Powder Room Pink: How Chemistry Created Vintage Modern. Part of DesignPhiladelphia. 315 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Saturday, October 13 at Minima Gallery: “Localism and Design” panel discussion for Four Corners: Design from Philly Surrounds, featuring work by Candy Depew. Through October 20. 118 N. Third Street, Philadelphia.

Saturday, October 13, 2 pm at Philadelphia Art Alliance: Craft & Culture Lecture Series: “Gord Peteran Artist Talk.” 251 S. 18th Street, Philadelphia.

Saturday, October 13, 3 – 4 pm at Woodmere Art Museum: “Gallery Tour: Generations.” 9201 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia.

Sunday, October 14, 2 pm at Cerulean Arts: Gallery talk for In Dialogue with Nature. Through November 3. 1355 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia.

Sunday, October 14, 6 – 7:30 pm at PPAC: “Visiting Artist Lecture: Mary Ellen Mark.” 1400 N. American Street, Suite 103, Philadelphia.

Monday, October 15, 6 pm at PennDesign: “Niall Hobhouse.” 210 S. 34th Street, B3, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, October 17, noon – 1 pm at PAFA: “Art at Lunch: Conservation in Film.” 118 – 128 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, October 17, 6 pm at PAFA: “The Review Panel Philadelphia.” 118 – 128 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, October 17, 6 – 8 pm at Print Center: BYO Socials: Jeffrey Stockbridge. 1614 Latimer Street, Philadelphia.

Thursday, October 18, 5:30 pm at CFEVA: “Protect Your Artistic Heritage.” 237 S. 18th Street, Suite 3A, Philadelphia.

Thursday, October 18, 6:30 pm at ICA: “FIA BACKSTRÖM.” 118 S. 36th Street, Philadelphia.

Saturday, October 20, 2 – 6 pm at Muse Gallery: Artist talk for endure, a solo show by InLiquid member Nancy E. F. Halbert. Through October 28. 52 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Sunday, October 21, 2 – 6 pm at Muse Gallery: Artist talk for endure, a solo show by InLiquid member Nancy E. F. Halbert. Through October 28. 52 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Monday, October 22, 6 pm at PennDesign: “Antoinette Lee,” independent scholar. 210 S. 34th Street, B3, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, October 24, noon – 1 pm at PAFA: “Art at Lunch: Contemporary Art Production in the Land of the Living Gods.” 118 – 128 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, October 24, noon – 1 pm at PAFA: “Art at Lunch: Independence Square.” 118 – 128 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, October 24, 6 pm at PennDesign: “Anthony Flint.” 210 S. 34th Street, B3, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, October 24, 5 – 6:30 pm at Penn Museum: “What Art Can Tell Us About How We See,” with Margaret Lvingstone, Professor of Neurobiology at Harvard Medical School. Rainey Auditorium, Penn Museum, 3260 South Street, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, October 24, 6 pm at PPAC: “Visiting Artist Lecture: Mary Ellen Mark.” Suggested donation: $7. 1400 N. American Street, Philadelphia.

Saturday, October 27, 3 – 4 pm at Woodmere Art Museum: “Gallery Talk: Harmony and Invention in the Art of Murray Dessner.” 9201 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia.

Tuesday, October 30, 6:30 pm at Arcadia University: “Materializing ‘Six Years': Lucy R. Lippard and the Emergence of Conceptual Art,” a lecture by Catherine Morris, Curator of the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, Brooklyn Museum. Great Hall, University Commons, 450 S. Easton Road, Glenside, PA.

Lectures/Talks September 2012

Wednesday, September 5, 6:30 pm at Arcadia University: “Staging the Self (Transformations, Invasions and Pushing Boundaries),” a lecture by Martha Wilson. Great Hall, University Commons, 450 S. Easton Road, Glenside, PA.

First Friday, September 7, 6:30 pm at The Center for Art in Wood: Gallery talk with three residents of The Center’s 2012 International Turning Exchange. 141 N. Third Street, Philadelphia.

First Friday, September 7, 5 – 8 pm at Chemical Heritage Foundation: “First Friday: Herbology.” 315 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Monday, September 10, 6 pm at PennDesign: “John Dixon Hunt: A World of Gardens,” with David Leatherbarrow in conversation with Raffaella Fabiani Giannetto, Valerio Morabito, Ellen Neises, and Paula Deitz. 210 S. 34th Street, Lower Gallery, Philadelphia.

Monday, September 10, 7 – 8:30 pm at Temple Contemporary: “Conversation with Ashley Hunt & Philip Glahn.” 2001 N. 13th Street, Philadelphia.

Tuesday, September 11, 7 pm at Broad Street Ministry: “Notes on the Emptying of a City.” 315 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Tuesday, September 11, 7 – 10 pm at Ven and Vaida: Artist talk with RA Friedman. 18 S. Third Street, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, September 12, 7 pm at Spaces Corners: “A Conversation with Will Steacy.” 3803 Butler Street, 2nd floor, Lawrenceville, Pittsburgh, PA.

Thursday, September 13, 6 pm at PennDesign: “Gabriel Metcalf.” 210 S. 34th Street, B3, Philadelphia.

Thursday, September 13, 7:30 – 9 pm at The University of the Arts: Artists & Entrepreneurs Lecture Series: “When you know you have a good business idea.” Room 511 – 13, 211 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Friday, September 14, 3:30 – 6 pm at Vox Populi: The Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia at NYU, the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute and the The Institute for Public Knowledge (IPK) are co-sponsoring a panel entitled Pussy Riot: Performance, Politics, and Protest. Vox will livestream the panel. 319 N. 11th Street, Third Floor, Philadelphia.

Friday, September 14, 10 am – 2 pm at Wheaton Arts: “Communities and Cultures of the Balkans” Conference. Preregistration required. 1501 Glasstown Road, Millville, NJ.

Saturday, September 15, 1 – 5 pm at Belmar Arts Council: “Unite” Collaborative Discussion Salon. 608 River Road, Belmar, NJ.

Sunday, September 16, 6 pm at PPAC: Valerio Spada Lecture. 1400 N. American Street, Philadelphia.

Sunday, September 16, 3 pm at Vox Populi: Gallery talk with exhibiting artists Julianna Foster and Tim Portlock. 319 N. 11th Street, Philadelphia.

Tuesday, September 18, 6 – 8 pm at Hotel Palomar: “Fashion Inc: The Business of Fashion.” Moderator Natalie Nixon, Associate Professor and Program Director at Philadelphia University. Panelists Mary Dougherty, MKDA Associates Owner Nicole Miller Philadelphia and Manayunk, Barbara Kolsun, General Counsel at Stuart Weitzman, LLC, Doty Horn, Founding Director at Colorvoyant, Emily Goulet, Fashion Editor at Philadelphia Magazine, Penny Preville, Jewelry Designer, and Christine Baeza, Director of Immaculate University’s Fashion Merchandising Program. Part of Philadelphia Collection 2012. 117 S. 17th Street, Philadelphia.

Tuesday, September 18, 7 pm at Temple Contemporary: “A Conversation with Jon Rubin.” Tyler School of Art, 2001 N. 13th Street, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, September 19, 6 pm at PennDesign: “Peter Trummer.” 210 S. 34th Street, Lower Gallery, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, September 19, 6 pm at PennDesign: “Drylands Design: Constructing Indigeniety,” with Hadley and Peter Arnold, Founders and Co-directors of the Arid Lands Institute in conversation with Ellen Neises. 210 S. 34th Street, Lower Gallery, Philadelphia.

Thursday, September 20, 4 pm at Berman Museum of Art: Dr. Mel Yoakum will present a gallery talk with PowerPoint about the evolution of Françoise Gilot’s work as he witnessed and interpreted it, and about his curatorial process for the current Berman Museum exhibition Transitions: Works by Françoise Gilot. Ursinus College, 601 E. Main Street, Collegeville, PA.

Thursday, September 20, 5:30 pm at CFEVA: “In Print- Publishing Information and Advice for Visual Artists.” 237 S. 18th Street, Suite 3A, Philadelphia.

Thursday, September 20, noon – 1 pm at DCCA: “Art Salad” talks. Through November 29. 200 S. Madison Street, Wilmington, DE.

Thursday, September 20, 5 pm at Lancaster Museum of Art: “Q & A with Rafael Ferrer and Edith Newhall.” 135 N. Lime Street, Lancaster, PA.

Friday, September 21, 7 pm at International House: Screening of films produced by participants and featured in presentations at The Enchanted Drawing: Animation across the Disciplines Conference at Penn. 3701 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Sunday, September 23, 2 pm at Vox Populi: Special Performance by Ina Polis, PLMA’s Davenport Predator Material Transfer. Agreement/Discussion with Mary Ebeling, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Drexel University. 319 N. 11th Street, Third Floor, Philadelphia.

Monday, September 24, 5 pm at Temple Contemporary: “Allison Smith: Traditional Crafts, Memory, and Identity.” Tyler School of Art, 2001 N. 13th Street, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, September 26, noon – 1 pm at PAFA: “Art at Lunch: Eric Fischl and the Process of Painting.” 118 – 128 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Thursday, September 27, 3 pm at PennDesign: “Making Space Symposium.” Through September 28. RSVP required. 210 S. 34th Street, Lower Gallery, Philadelphia.

Thursday, September 27, 6:30 pm at ICA: “Jon Kessler.” 118 S. 36th Street, Philadelphia.

Thursday, September 27, 6 pm at The Print Center: “Artist Talk: Michael B. Platt.” 1614 Latimer Street, Philadelphia.

Friday, September 28, 5:30 pm at Asian Arts Initiative: Talk with Corky Lee for Into the Picture: Images of Asian Pacific America. Through October 5. 1219 Vine Street, Philadelphia.

Friday, September 28, 9 am – noon at Penn Museum: “Libraries, Labs, and Classrooms: Locating the Digital Humanities,” with Nicole Coleman, Academic Technologist at Stanford, Neil Freistat, Maryland Institute of Technology in the Humanities, John Unsworth, Vice Provost and Chief Information Officer, Brandeis. Rainey Auditorium, Penn Museum, 3260 South Street, Philadelphia.

Lectures/Talks August 2012

Friday, August 3, 7 pm at The University of the Arts: 2012 Summer Lecture Series with Paulina Kolczynska. Connelly Lecture Hall, Terra Hall, Eighth Floor, 211 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Saturday, August 4, 2 – 4 pm at The Center for Art in Wood: ITE Residents Gallery Talk. 141 N. Third Street, Philadelphia.

Saturday, August 4, 2 – 4 pm at Light Room Gallery: Artist talk for Local Alternatives, curated by InLiquid member Sandra C. Davis and featuring work by Laurie Beck-Peterson and Leah Macdonald. 2024 Wallace Street, Philadelphia.

Sunday, August 5, 1 – 3 pm at Allentown Art Museum: “Daedal Doodle Day,” gallery talk and book signing with artist Victor Stabin. 31 N. Fifth Street, Allentown, PA.

Tuesday, August 7, 7 pm at The University of the Arts: 2012 Summer Lecture Series with Diane Karp. Connelly Lecture Hall, Terra Hall, Eighth Floor, 211 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, August 8, 6 – 9 pm at 26 – 15 Jackson Avenue: Panel with artists of Art and Community Development, alongside the founders of Groundswell and Chashama. 26 – 15 Jackson Avenue, Queens, NY.

Wednesday, August 8, 5:30 – 6:15 pm at The Center for Art in Wood: Wood Wednesday Gallery Talk with Albert LeCoff. 141 N. Third Street, Philadelphia.

Sunday, August 12, 2 pm at Allentown Art Museum: “Behind the Flying Saucers: A Revealing Look into the Art of Earle K. Bergey,” with Joshua David Bergey. Cost: $5 members, $15 nonmembers. 31 N. Fifth Street, Allentown, PA.

Thursday, August 16, 6 pm at The Noyes: Hammonton: Third Thursday: “Hot, Hot, Hot…A Latin Evening,” book reading and signing by author, Carmen Sotomayor. 5 Second Street, Hammonton, NJ.

Thursday, August 23, 6:30 pm at Noyes Museum: Curator’s talk by Margaret McCann. 733 Lily Lake Road, Oceanville, NJ.

Wednesday, August 29, 7 – 9:30 pm at Coral Street Arts House: “Back to School: Drawing and Art Crit Night.” 2446 Coral Street, Philadelphia.

Lectures/Talks July 2012

fThursday, July 5, 7 pm at The University of the Arts: 2012 Summer Lecture Series with Nelly Massera. Connelly Lecture Hall, Terra Hall, Eighth Floor, 211 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Monday, July 9, 6 pm at National Mechanics: “Flash! A Quick History of Photography in Motion,” by Jane E. Boyd, Independent Curator. 22 S. Third Street, Philadelphia.

Tuesday, July 10, 5 – 7 pm at Philadelphia Art Alliance: “Curated Cocktails,” a discussion with Jennie Shanker and Julie Courtney. 251 S. 18th Street, Philadelphia.

Tuesday, July 10, 7 – 9 pm at Silver Eye Center for Photography: Focus on Composition Series, with Instructor Mandy Kendall, Founding Member of Ag Works Artist Collective. Continues on July 17 and 24. Cost: $165 Silver Eye members; $195 non-members. 1015 E. Carson Street, Pittsburgh, PA.

Wednesday, July 11, 6 pm at 110 Church Gallery: Artist talk with Josette Urso. 110 Church Street, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, July 11, 5:30 – 6:15 pm at The Center for Art in Wood: Wood Wednesday Gallery Talk with Rachel Bliss. 141 N. Third Street, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, July 11, 12:30 pm at Noyes Museum: Artist’s talk with Rae Smith, President of the Pastel Society of America. 733 Lily Lake Road, Oceanville, NJ.

Wednesday, July 11, 7 pm at The University of the Arts: 2012 Summer Lecture Series with Cristiana de Marchi. Connelly Lecture Hall, Terra Hall, Eighth Floor, 211 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Thursday, July 12, 7 pm at The University of the Arts: 2012 Summer Lecture Series with Lonnie Graham. Connelly Lecture Hall, Terra Hall, Eighth Floor, 211 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Saturday, July 14, 10 am – 3 pm at The Center for Art in Wood: ITE Open Studio Day. 141 N. Third Street, Philadelphia.

Saturday, July 14, 4 pm at NARS Foundation: Curator talk with Tamara Johnson for Show Me Your Glands: 2012 Emerging Curator Exhibition. 88 35th Street, Third Floor, NYC.

Monday, July 16 at Moore College of Art & Design: Evening Certificate Programs begin. Through September 20. 20th Street and The Parkway, Philadelphia.

Tuesday, July 17, 5 – 6:30 pm at Philadelphia Art Alliance: “Sultry Punch.” Join Rittenhouse Tavern General Manager Daniel Elliott and Executive Chef Nicholas Elmi as they share some secrets for preparing savory hors d’ouevre and classic summer punch. 251 S. 18th Street, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, July 18, 7 pm at The University of the Arts: 2012 Summer Lecture Series with Julien Robson. Connelly Lecture Hall, Terra Hall, Eighth Floor, 211 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Thursday, July 19, 7 pm at The University of the Arts: 2012 Summer Lecture Series with Susan Myers. Connelly Lecture Hall, Terra Hall, Eighth Floor, 211 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Friday, July 20, 6 pm at Adrienne Theater: “The Art of the Local”: Assimilation, Empathy and Intimacy as ways and means to forming community and making art.” Moderated by Paul Meshejian, the conversation will also include Jane Golden, Director of the Philadelphia’s Mural Arts Program; Ralph Remington, Director of Theatre and Musical Theatre for the National Endowment for the Arts; and Thaddeus Squire, Founder and Managing Director of Culture Works. 2030 Sansom Street, Philadelphia.

Saturday, July 21, 1 pm at Taller Puertorriqueño: A talk with InLiquid member Marta Sanchez. 2721 N. Fifth Street, Philadelphia.

Tuesday, July 24, 5 pm at Philadelphia Art Alliance: PAA Chief Curator Sarah Archer will discuss craft and its representation on screen. 251 S. 18th Street, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, July 25, 7 pm at The University of the Arts: 2012 Summer Lecture Series with Amira Hanafi. CBS Auditorium, Hamilton Hall, 320 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Thursday, July 26, 7 pm at Barnes and Noble: Join NYFA and David Henry Hwang. Mr. Hwang will read from and sign his work. 150 E. 86th Street, NYC.

Thursday, July 26, 6 pm at The Clay Studio: Reception and lecture with Chris Vicini. 137 – 139 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Thursday, July 26, 6 – 8:30 pm at Philadelphia Art Alliance: “Burgers, Fries, & The Craft of Ice Cream!” Start at Rittenhouse Tavern with a Prix Fixe Burger and Fries, followed by a talk & ice cream tasting in the PAA Galleries led by Eric Berley of Franklin Fountain. Cost: Dinner $20, Talk and Tasting $20, Combo $35 or $25 for PAA members. 251 S. 18th Street, Philadelphia.

Saturday, July 28, 7 – 9 pm at 327 South Street: The Roots 101 Series: “How We Got Over: The Power of Collaboration.” 327 South Street, Philadelphia.

Saturday, July 28, 1 – 4 pm at Scribe Video Center: “Mable Haddock: Fundraising for Filmmakers.” 4212 Chestnut Street, Third Floor, Philadelphia.

Tuesday, July 31, 5 pm at Philadelphia Art Alliance: Alex Baker discusses his recent Aussie sojourn and his new position as Director of the Fleisher/Ollman Gallery. 251 S. 18th Street, Philadelphia.

Tuesday, July 31, 5:30 – 8 pm at Philadelphia Clef Club of Jazz and the Performing Arts: Jazz Town Hall Meeting. RSVP here. 736 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Tuesday, July 31, 6:30 pm at Residency Unlimited: Discussion on the tacit trust between artists and viewers, with Emily Berçir Zimmerman, David Levine, Annie Dorsen, Irina Baldino, and Masako Matsushita. 360 Courth Street, Brooklyn, NY.

Lectures/Talks June 2012

First Friday, June 1, 5:30 – 8 pm at The Center for Art in Wood: Ed Rendell book signing. 141 N. Third Street, Philadelphia.

Saturday, June 2, 2 – 4 pm at The Center for Art in Wood: 2012 International Turning Exchange Show & Tell. 141 N. Third Street, Philadelphia.

Saturday, June 2, 1 pm at ICA Philadelphia: “When we eat and drink, the way we do it: a lunch n’ lecture,” with Jen Rosenblit. 118 S. 36th Street, Philadelphia.

Saturday, June 2, 3 – 4 pm at Woodmere Art Museum: “Exploring Haunting Narratives,” a lecture with curator Matthew Palczynski. Cost: $15, $10 members. 9201 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia.

Tuesday, June 5, 6 – 7:30 pm at Quorum: “Ask an Expert: Social Media,” an informal discussion with Gloria Bell of O3 World. 3711 Market Street, Eighth Floor, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, June 6, 5:30 – 7 pm at Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens: Book signing for Laurence Salzmann’s new book Echele Ganas: A Life Left Behind. 1020 South Street, Philadelphia.

Thursday, June 7, 7:30 pm at The McLoughlin Gallery: Artist talk and panel discussion for Alta Temperatura. Through July 7. 49 Geary Street, Suite 200, San Francisco, CA.

Friday, June 8, 11 – 3 pm at The Center for Art in Wood: “Two Decoy Demonstration” by Scott Morrison, expert spear fisherman, DNR officer, and two-time World Champion fish decoy carver. Through June 9. 141 N. Third Street, Philadelphia.

Saturday, June 9, 4 pm at NARS Foundation: Artist talk. 88 35th Street, Third Floor, Brooklyn, NY.

Saturday, June 9, 3 – 4 pm at Woodmere Art Museum: “Salvatore Pinto and the Barnes Legacy,” a lecture with William Valerio, Woodmere’s Director and CEO. 9201 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia.

Tuesday, June 12, noon – 1:30 pm at Allentown Art Museum: A discussion with Museum Director Brooks Joyner. Cost: $20 members, $25 non-members. 31 N. Fifth Street, Allentown, PA.

Tuesday, June 12, 11 am at Noyes Museum of Art: Artist talk with Stan Sperlak. 733 Lily Lake Road, Oceanville, NJ.

Wednesday, June 13, 5:30 – 6:15 pm at The Center for Art in Wood: Julie Zagar, artist and owner of Eye’s Gallery, discusses the meaning and representation of fish in folk art and folk lore. Cost: $5 donation for cold drink, $10 donation for cold drink and light supper at Café Ole next door (6:30-7pm).

Thursday, June 14, 5 – 7 pm at City Hall: Residency Reimagined: Artist Residencies in the 21st Century. Panel moderator InLiquid member Amie Potsic, Director of the Career Development Program at CFEVA.

Thursday, June 14, 6 – 8 pm at The Print Center: BYO Socials: Amze Emmons. 1614 Latimer Street, Philadelphia.

Sunday, June 17, 2 pm at Allentown Art Museum: “Imagining Reality: The Legacy of Fantastic Art with Patrick and Jeannie Wilshire,” a slide show and lecture with Patrick and Jeannie Wilshire, guest curators of At the Edge: Art of the Fantastic. Cost: $5 members, $15 non-members. 31 N. Fifth Street, Allentown, PA.

Thursday, June 21, 6 pm at Allentown Art Museum: “Roger Dean: Pathways and Bridges.” Cost: $5 members, $15 non-members. 31 N. Fifth Street, Allentown, PA.

Thursday, June 21, 7 – 9 pm at Silver Eye Center for Photography: “Calculating Exposure with Your d-SLR Camera Meter,” with Instructor Richard Kelly, Associate Professor, Pittsburgh Filmmakers, & Program Associate, Silver Eye. Cost: $55 Silver Eye members; $65 non-members. 1015 E. Carson Street, Pittsburgh, PA.

Friday, June 22, 6:30 pm at Philadelphia Museum of Art: Senior Curator Joseph Rishel discusses important works and themes in the exhibition Gauguin, Cezanne, Matisse: Visions of Arcadia. 26th Street and the Parkway, Philadelphia.

Friday, June 22, 6 – 8 pm at The Search Church: “Did You Google It?,” with speakers including Distilled’s Tom Critchlow, iAcquire’s Mike King and SEER’s own Wil Reynolds and Ethan Lyon. 1028 N. Third Street, Philadelphia.

Saturday, June 23, 7 – 9 pm at 327 South Street: “Industry Rule #4,080,” a panel discussion with Marc Byers, CHOPS, and other surprise guests. Part of the Roots 101 Series presented by The Mural Arts Program. 327 South Street, Philadelphia.

Saturday, June 23, 3 – 4 pm at Woodmere Art Museum: “Second Skin: The Art of Susan Moore,” a lecture with the artist. Cost: $15, $10 members. 9201 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia.

Sunday, June 24, 3 pm at Vox Populi: Gallery talk with exhibiting artists Brian Kokoska and Jonathan VanDyke. The talk will be moderated by curator Andrew Suggs and filmmaker and art writer J. Mackary. 319 N. 11th Street, Third Floor, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, June 27, 7 pm at University of the Arts: 2012 Summer Lecture Series with Pedro Reyes. CBS Auditorium, Hamilton Hall, 320 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Thursday, June 28, 7 pm at The University of the Arts: 2012 Summer Lecture Series with Sadia Salim. Connelly Lecture Hall, Terra Hall, Eighth Floor, 211 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Saturday, June 30, 4 pm at Light Room Gallery: Artist talk for Passion for Trashin. 2024 Wallace Street, Philadelphia

Saturday, June 30, 3 – 4:30 pm at Woodmere Art Museum: “Narrative Realism,” a panel discussion with curator Matthew Palczynski and artists Martha Erlebacher, Daniel Heyman, Mark Shetabi and Patricia Traub. Cost: $15, $10 members. 9201 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia.

Lectures/Talks May 2012

Tuesday, May 2, 6 pm at Philadelphia Art Alliance: “So You Want to Be an Entrepreneur?”, a presentation by Harshita Lohia, followed by a conversation between Harshita and fiber artist Lewis Knauss. 251 S. 18th Street, Philadelphia.

Monday, May 7, 5 pm at Philadelphia Museum of Art: Jonathan Lippincott discussing and signing his book Large Scale: Fabricating Sculpture in the 1960s and 1970s. Cost: $25 includes membership through October 2012; free for members of the Fairmount Park Art Association; artists and students can register for free. Van Pelt Auditorium, 26th Street and the Parkway, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, May 9, 5:30 – 6:15 pm at The Center for Art in Wood: Artist Jack Larimore and Gallerist Rick Snyderman lead a discussion on Studio Furniture as a long time component of the Craft Art movement. $ 5 donation for cold drink, $ 10 donation for cold drink and light supper at Café Ole next door (6:30-7pm). RSVP by May 9 to Tina or 215-923-8000. 141 N. Third Street, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, May 9, 6 – 8 pm at The Print Center: Critique & Conversation with Sarah Archer, Chief Curator at the Philadelphia Art Alliance. Open to members only. Cost: $25. 1614 Latimer Street, Philadelphia.

Second Thursday, May 10, 6 pm at The Print Center: Lydia Panas Talk and Book Signing. 1614 Latimer Street, Philadelphia.

Friday, May 11, 7:30 – 9:30 pm at Christ Church Neighborhood House: “Why Artists Are Broke But Shouldn’t Be,” a talk with Andrew Simonet. 20 N. American Street, Philadelphia.

Friday, May 11, 6:30 pm at Philadelphia Museum of Art: “From Slave Ship to Harvard: Yarrow Mamout and the History of an African American Family.” Free after museum admission. 26th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia.

Saturday, May 12, 9:30 – 11:30 am at Silver Eye Center for Photography: A discussion with Julie Saul, director of Julie Saul Gallery in NYC. 1015 E. Carson Street, Pittsburgh, PA.

Sunday, May 13, 3 pm at Philadelphia Art Alliance: Lectures-in-Song with Fred Miller: The Life and Music of Ethel Merman. Cost: $10, Free for PAA Members. 251 S. 18th Street, Philadelphia.

Monday, May 14, 6 pm at National Mechanics Bar: “The Science and Magic of Fairy Tale Birth,” a talk by Linda J. Lee, Graduate Program in Folklore and Folklife, the University of Pennsylvania. 22. S. Third Street, Philadelphia.

Friday, May 18, 6 pm at Stein Auditorium: Holden Feinberg will lead a panel discussion focused on raising awareness of local to global social issues. The panel discussion includes: Annmarie Cantrell, a chef and wellness educator of Maysie’s Farm Conservation Center who teaches about the importance of local, organic and sustainably produced foods; Evan Inatome, co-founder of Hanan World Ministries, a 501c3 humanitarian organization with a focus on disaster relief; and Jack Smith a certified anti-money laundering specialist and a faculty member at the George Washington University who served as Deputy General Counsel or General Counsel for three United States agencies: the FDIC, Federal Home Loan Bank Board and FCC. 111 Nesbitt Hall, 3215 Market Street, Philadelphia.

Saturday, May 19, 7 – 9 pm at The Arts Bank at The University of the Arts: “The Roots, The Roots, The Roots are on Fire: Understanding Their Effect on the Modern Musical Landscape,” a panel discussion with dream hampton, Fab 5 Freddy, Leonard “Hub” Hubbard, Tiffany Bacon, and DJ Statik presented by The Mural Arts Program. 601 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Sunday, May 20, 2 pm at the Philadelphia Museum of Art: “The Private Life of German Stoneware,” a lecture by David Gaimster, director of The Hunterian Museum, University of Glasgow. 26th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia.

Sunday, May 20, 3 pm at Vox Populi: Gallery talk with May’s exhibiting Vox member-artists: Stefan Abrams, Jamie Dillon, and Mark Stockton. The talk will be moderated by Edward Epstein, freelance art critic and educator. 319 N. 11th Street, Third Floor, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, May 23, 5:30 – 8 pm at Moonstone Arts Center: Laurence Salzmann will be signing his new book, Echele Ganas: A Life Left Behind. 750 S. 11th Street, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, May 23, 5:30 pm at Wagner Free Institute of Science: “Electrifying Philadelphia: Pageantry, Progress, and Power in the City Beautiful,” a talk by Dr. Aaron Wunsch from the University of Pennsylvania. 1700 W. Montgomery Avenue, Philadelphia.

Thursday, May 24, 7 pm at Philadelphia Art Alliance: Artist talk with Jack Larimore, part of the Craft and Culture series. 251 S. 18th Street, Philadelphia.

Friday, May 25, 6:30 – 8:30 pm at Wheaton Arts: Studio Wide Mix and Mingle with Wheaton Arts Fellowship Artists. 1501 Glasstown Road, Milville, NJ.

Sunday, May 27, 2 pm at The Barnes Foundation: Plein air demonstration by Leroy Forney. 2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia.

Thursday, May 31, 6 pm at The Print Center: Public conversation with artist Emma Wilcox, Damon Rich, Urban Designer for the City of Newark, and Sheryl Conkelton, independent curator and photographic historian. 1614 Latimer Street, Philadelphia.

Thursday, May 31, 6 – 8 pm at Spaces Corners: Reading with writers Ed Steck, Lauren Russell and Jeff Oaks. 3803 Butler Street, Second Floor, Lawrenceville, PA.

Thursday, May 31, 6 pm at Studio Christensen: Mary Anne Friel, Master Printer, Assistant professor RISD and Nami Yamamoto – Philagrafika Invitational Portfolio Artist, The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage Pew Fellowship in the Arts, will discuss their collaboration on Natural Discourse. Register here. 333 S. 20th Street, Philadelphia.

Lectures/Talks April 2012

Sunday, April 1, 2 pm at Philadelphia Art Alliance: “The Craft of Chocolate.” Cost: $35 non-members, $20 members. 251 S. 18th Street, Philadelphia.

Sunday, April 1, 3 pm at Vox Populi: Gallery talk for Provisions. 319 N. 11th Street, Third Floor, Philadelphia.

Tuesday, April 3, 6:30 – 8:30 pm at Twenty-Two Gallery: Book launch and signing with Lee Fishman, author of Edge of a Dream. 236 S. 22nd Street, Philadelphia.

Tuesday, April 3, 6 – 7:30 pm at The University of the Arts: “Design with the other 90%: Cities,” with Cynthia E. Smith. CBS Hall/Hamilton Building, 320 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, April 4, 1 pm at University of the Arts: Lecture with photographer Gregory Heisler. Connelly Lecture Hall Terra Hall, 211 South Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Thursday, April 5 at Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts: Art Salad lecture. 200 S. Madison Street, Wilmington, DE.

Thursday, April 5, 6:30 pm at ICA Philadelphia: PennDesign Spring 2012 Visiting Artist Lecture Series with Moyra Davey. ICA Auditorium, 118 S. 36th Street, Philadelphia.

Thursday, April 5, 7 pm at Philadelphia Art Alliance: “Yarnbombing Philadelphia.” 251 S. 18th Street, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, April 11, 7 pm at The Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University: Talk on the “Future of Museums” by Brent Glass, Director Emeritus of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History. 1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, April 11, 5:30 – 6:30 pm at The Center for Art in Wood: WOOD Wednesday, a lecture with Philadelphia gallerists Robert Aibel and Lewis Wexler. 141 N. Third Street, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, April 11, 7 pm at Philadelphia Art Alliance: “Digital Technology and Textiles,” a presentation by artists Heather and Hitoshi Ujiie. 251 S. 18th Street, Philadelphia.

Thursday, April 12, 4 pm at The Clay Studio: Artist lecture with Chris Antemann. 137 – 139 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Thursday, April 12, 6 pm at Kelly Writers House: RealArts@PENN presents “Disappointing and Embarrassing Your Parents,” a lecture on careers in comedy. 3805 Locust Walk, Philadelphia.

Saturday, April 14, 4 pm at The Light Room Gallery: Artist talk with photographer Stephen Perloff. 2024 Wallace Street, Philadelphia.

Saturday, April 14, 4 pm at NARS Foundation: Artist talk with Tori Purcell. 88 35th Street, Third Floor, Brooklyn, NY.

Sunday, April 15, 1 – 3 pm at Twenty-Two Gallery: Artist’s Gallery Talk with William G. Middleton. 236 S. 22nd Street, Philadelphia.

Tuesday, April 17, 7 pm at Philadelphia Art Alliance: “American Studio Pottery,” a presentation with Author Janet Koplos. 251 S. 18th Street, Philadelphia.

Tuesday, April 17, 2:30 pm at Temple University Libraries: Paley Library is hosting a talk on public art by Tom Finkelpearl. 1210 Polett Walk, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, April 18, 6 – 8 pm at The Print Center: Critique & Conversation with Kaytie Johnson, Rochelle F. Levy Director & Chief Curator of The Galleries at Moore. Open to members only. Cost: $25. 1614 Latimer Street, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, April 18, 7 pm at University of the Arts: Lecture with filmmaker Brent Coughenour. Connelly Lecture Hall Terra Hall, 211 South Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Thursday, April 19, 6:30 pm at Meyerson Hall: PennDesign Spring 2012 Visiting Artist Lecture Series with Krzysztof Wodiczko. Meyerson B1, 210 S. 34th Street, Philadelphia.

Saturday, April 21, 2 – 4 pm at The Center for Art in Wood: “Point + Counterpoint in the Gallery: A Conversation with Gerard Brown and Michelle Holzapfel.” Cost: $10 donation at the door. RSVP to lori@centerforartinwood.org by April 16. 141 N. Third Street, Philadelphia.

Saturday, April 21, 4 – 6 pm at Twelve Gates Arts: The State of Islam: Culture and Cold War Politics in Pakistan, book reading with Saadia Toor. 51 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Saturday, April 21, 11 am at Tyler School of Art: “Outside the Box: An Alumni Career Panel,” to provide students and young alumni with the opportunity to engage Tyler and Temple professionals in an honest dialogue about their career paths. This event is free and open to the public. B04 Lower Level Lecture Hall, 12th and Norris Streets, Philadelphia.

Tuesday, April 24, 10 am – 1 pm at Gershman Y: “Monguls, Menshes, & Nudniks: Jews and American Cinema,” with instructor Andrew J. Douglas, Director of Education at Bryn Mawr Film Insitute. Cost: $100 BMFI Members, $125 non-members. 401 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Tuesday, April 24, 6 – 8 pm at PhilaMOCA: “Blogging about Philadelphia’s Creative Spaces.” 531 N. 12th Street, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, April 25, 4:30 pm at Rutgers Center for the Arts: Conversation with David Diaz. Stedman Art Gallery, N. Third Street, between Cooper and Pearl Streets, Camden, NJ.

Wednesday, April 25, 7 – 9 pm at Silver Eye Center for Photography: “LinkedIn for Artists and Creatives,” a lecture with Jennifer Pesci-Kelly, Social Media Expert and PR Specialist at DDI. Cost: $25 for Silver Eye and American Society of Media Photographers members; $35 for non-members. Click here to register. Location TBA.

Wednesday, April 25, 6 – 8 pm at Temple University: “Philly Painting: A Conversation between Dre Urhahn and Jane Golden. Paley Library Lecture Hall, 1210 Polett Walk.

Thursday, April 26, 6 pm at The Clay Studio: Reception and lecture by President Emerita Amy Sarner Williams and Resident Alumnus Munemitsu Taguchi. 137 – 139 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Thursday, April 26, 6:30 pm at PPAC: Visiting Artist Lecture: Lois Greenfield. 1400 N. American Street, Suite 103, Philadelphia.

Friday, April 27, 6:30 pm at Philadelphia Museum of Art: “Philadelphia Artists on Vincent Van Gogh: Emily Brown, Hiro Sakaguchi, and Zoe Strauss. 26th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia.

Saturday, April 28, 5 – 8 pm at Club Adesso: Panel discussion for Hack. 1519 Walnut Street, Philadelphia.

Sunday, April 29, 2 pm at Philadelphia Art Alliance: “The Craft of Tea.” Cost: $15 non-members, $5 members. 251 S. 18th Street, Philadelphia.

Lectures/Talks March 2012

Thursday, March 1, 6 – 8 pm at Allentown Art Museum: “Rock and Roll: The Origins and History of the Art Form that Changed the World,” a discussion with Terry Stewart, President and CEO of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. 31 N. Fifth Street, Allentown, PA.

Thursday, March 1, 1:30 – 2:30 pm at PMA: Four-lecture course on Auguste Rodin. Thursdays through March 22, or Saturdays March 3 and 31, 10:00 am – 12:15 pm. Cost: $100, members $80. Van Pelt Auditorium, 26th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia.

Thursday, March 1, 6 pm at The Print Center: Robert Asman Lecture. 1614 Latimer Street, Philadelphia.

Friday, March 2, 11:30 am – 12:30 pm at University of the Arts: Robert Asman lecture, presented in conjunction with the Silver Mine exhibition at The Print Center. Hamilton Hall, 320 S. Broad Street, CBS Auditorium.

Sunday, March 4, 2 – 4 pm at Perkins Center for the Arts: Slide Presentation: 35 Years of Photography. This year’s juror, Stuart Rome, will present the slide lecture this year. 395 Kings Highway, Moorestown, NJ.

Tuesday, March 6, noon – 1 pm at Lincoln Financial Mural Arts Center: “One Book, One Philadelphia: Chat and Chew,” presented by Mural Arts Program. 1727 – 29 Mt. Vernon Street, Philadelphia.

Friday, March 9, 1 – 2 pm at Allentown Art Museum: “Art Encounters.” 31 N. Fifth Street, Allentown, PA.

Sunday, March 11, 2:30 pm at Philadelphia Museum of Art: Artist talk with Mark Bradford and Zoe Strauss. 26th Street and Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia.

Tuesday, March 13, noon – 1:45 pm at Allentown Art Museum: “Appetite for Art.” Cost: Members $20, non-members $25. 31 N. Fifth Street, Allentown, PA.

Tuesday, March 13, 6 pm at Moore College of Art & Design: “Questions of Conservation and Preservation in Contemporary Art Practices.” 1916 Race Street, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, March 14, 6 – 8 pm at The Print Center: Critique & Conversation with Harris Fogel, Director/Curator of Sol Mednick Gallery. Open to members only. Cost: $25. 1614 Latimer Street, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, March 14, 11:30 am at University of the Arts: Lecture with animator John Dilworth. Connelly Lecture Hall, Terra Hall, 211 South Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Thursday, March 15, 6:30 pm at The Gershman Hall: “Artists, Curators, Museums: Exploring their Evolving Relationships,” with panelists Jenny Moore, Virgil Marti, and Mika Tajima. 401 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Friday, March 16, 6:30 pm at Philadelphia Museum of Art: “Keynote Talk: Cursed Mimicry: France and Haiti Again,” with Professor Darcy Grimaldo Grigsby of the University of California, Berkeley. 26th Street and Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia.

Friday, March 16, 5 pm at Temple University Center City: “Illuminated Space: Electricity, Modernity, and Film Noir,” a talk with Patrick Keating, assistant professor of Communications at Trinity University. Room 420, 1515 Market Street, Philadelphia.

Saturday, March 17, 2 – 4 pm at Nichols Berg Gallery: Artist talk and demo for Stitch Witchery, featuring work by POST artist Melissa Maddoni Haims and in conjunction with FiberPhiladelphia. 8611 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia.

Saturday, March 17, 10 am – 5 pm at Philadelphia Museum of Art: 17th Annual Graduate Student Symposium on the History of Art, copresented by The University of Pennsylvania. 26th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia.

Saturday, March 17, 6 – 8 pm at Vox Populi: “Rhetoric of Protest: Beyond Occupy,” a public discussion and catalogue launch. 319 N. 11th Street, Third Floor, Philadelphia.

Sunday, March 18, 3 pm at Philadelphia Art Alliance: Lectures-In-Song with Fred Miller: “The Life and Voice of Bing Crosby.” Cost: $10. 251 S. 18th Street, Philadelphia.

Monday, March 19, 4 pm at University of the Arts: Gail Cameron Wescott. CBS Auditorium, Hamilton Hall, 311 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Tuesday, March 20, 10 – 11 am at Allentown Art Museum: Stroller Tours. 31 N. Fifth Street, Allentown, PA.

Tuesday, March 20, 6 – 7:30 pm at The University of the Arts: “Revealing the Obvious,” a lecture with Dan Marcolina, part of the design lecture series, Visibly Invisible. CBS Hall/Hamilton Building, 320 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Tuesday, March 20, 8 – 10:30 am at World Cafe Live: “How Creativity Works,” a discussion with Jonah Lehrer. Cost: $45. 3025 Walnut Street, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, March 21, 7 pm at University of the Arts: Lecture with filmmaker/animator/sculptor Josh Mosley. Connelly Lecture Hall, Terra Hall, 211 South Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Thursday, March 22, 6 – 8 pm at Allentown Art Museum: “Dick Boak: Director of Artist Relations at Martin Guitar.” 31 N. Fifth Street, Allentown, PA.

Thursday, March 22, 7 pm at Philadelphia Art Alliance: “Panel Discussion with PhillyWorks.” 251 S. 18th Street, Philadelphia.

Thursday, March 22, 4:30 pm at Rutgers Center for the Arts: Conversation with LuLu Delacre. Stedman Art Gallery, N. Third Street, between Cooper and Pearl Streets, Camden, NJ.

Friday, March 23 at Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts: Gretchen Hupfel Symposium. Through March 24. 200 S. Madison Street, Wilmington, DE.

Tuesday, March 27, 6 – 8 pm at Allentown Art Museum: Special Lecture: David Fricke, Senior Editor at Rolling Stone Magazine. Cost: Members $5, non-members $15. 31 N. Fifth Street, Allentown, PA.

Wednesday, March 28, 6:30 pm at Meyerson Hall: PennDesign Spring 2012 Visiting Artist Lecture Series with Matthew Day Jackson. Meyerson B3, 210 S. 34th Street, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, March 28, noon at Schmucker Gallery: Gallery talk for the solo exhibition by Kate Stewart. Gettysburg College, 300 N. Washington Street, Gettysburg, PA.

Wednesday, March 28, 7 – 9 pm at Silver Eye Center for Photography: “How to Market on Facebook the Right Way!,” a lecture with Chris Maas, Vice President of Insight Marketing Solutions. Cost: $25 for Silver Eye American Society of Media Photographers members, $35 for non-members. Click here to register. 1015 E. Carson Street, Pittsburgh, PA.

Thursday, March 29, 7 pm at Philadelphia Art Alliance: “Post-War Ceramics: The Syracuse Annuals and the Search for Form,” lecture with Art Historian Jennifer Sorkin. 251 S. 18th Street, Philadelphia.

Thursday, March 29, 12:20 pm at Rutgers Center for the Arts: Conversation with Raul Colon. Stedman Art Gallery, N. Third Street, between Cooper and Pearl Streets, Camden, NJ.

Saturday, March 31, 1 pm at Wagner Free Institute of Science: “The Sky is Falling: White-Nose Syndrome in Bats,” an illustrated presentation by Dr. Havel Barton, University of Akron. 1700 W. Montgomery Avenue, Philadelphia.

Lectures/Talks February 2012

Thursday, February 2, 7 – 8 pm at The Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education: Book Discussion:The Great Disruption: Why the Climate Crisis Will Bring On the End of Shopping and the Birth of a New World, by Paul Gilding. 8480 Hagy’s Mill Road, Philadelphia.

First Friday, February 3, 12:30 pm at Philadelphia Art Alliance: Brown bag lunch and discussion with Bruce Hoffman and artists for A Sense of Place, featuring work by InLiquid member Amy Orr. Through April 21. 251 S. 18th Street, Philadelphia.

Saturday, February 4, 5 – 7 pm at Fleisher Art Memorial Sanctuary: Warholized panel discussion: “15 Minutes and 25 Years,” with Ultra Violet, artists James and Madalen Warhola, and moderated by art historian Dr. Debra Miller. 719 Catharine Street, Philadelphia.

Saturday, February 4, 6:30 pm at Philadelphia Photo Arts Center: Lecture by artist and curator Laura Heyman. This event is part of the Philadelphia Photo Arts Center’s free lecture series by visiting contemporary artists. Lectures are open to the public and serve the educational purpose of cultivating an active dialogue about photography. 1400 N. American Street Suite 103, Philadelphia.

Monday, February 6, 6 – 9 pm at University of the Arts: “Marketing for Artists,” a presentation by Angel Rodriguez. 320 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Tuesday, February 7, noon: Artist Career Training is offering a free art marketing Q&A by telephone. Click here to register.

Tuesday, February 7, 6 – 7:30 pm at University of the Arts: “From Parlor to iPhone: Our Gadgets, Our Identities,” a presentation by Regina Lee Blaszczyk. Co-presented by DesignPhiladelphia. 320 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, February 8, 7 – 8 pm at Cheltenham Center for the Arts: Philly Writes! The monthly author conversation series continues with Liz Moore, author of Heft. $10 adults/ $5 students. 439 Ashbourne Road, Cheltenham, PA.

Thursday, February 9, noon – 1:30 pm at SEAMAAC: Leeway Foundation staff members and grantees Catzie Vilayphonh and Indah Nuritasari host a presentation and information session on Leeway’s grant opportunities for women and transgender artists. 1711 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Thursday, February 9, 4 – 6 pm at Temple Gallery: “Looking in Philadelphia,” a panel hosted by Mary Seton Corboy, co-founder of Greensgrow Farms, Dr. Amy Hillier, Assistant Professor in City and Regional Planning in Penn’s School of Design, and Dr. Rickie Sanders, Professor of Geography/Urban Studies at Temple University. Tyler School of Art, Temple University, 12th and Norris Streets, Philadelphia.

Thursday, February 9 at Wagner Free Institute of Science: “What’s Love Got to Do with It? Fertilization Imagery in the Art of Gustav Klimt, Frida Kahlo, and Diego Rivera,” an illustrated presentation by Dr. Scott Gilbert of Swarthmore College. 1700 W. Montgomery Avenue, Philadelphia.

Saturday, February 11, 5 pm at Crane Old School: ONWARD Summit, the annual photography conference and networking event, produced by Project Basho. Speakers include: Todd Hido, Hiroh Kikai, InLiquid member Zoe Strauss, Peter Barberie, and two Juror’s Award recipients on ONWARD Compé 12. 1417 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Saturday, February 11, 6 – 8 pm at Vox Populi: Rhetoric of Protest: Beyond Occupy. 319 N. 11th Street, 3rd Floor, Philadelphia.

Sunday, February 12, 11:30 am at Episcopal Cathedral of Philadelphia: Artist’s talk withErin McGee Ferrell on her exhibition at the church, on display through February 19. Talk will follow the service at 10 am. 3723 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Sunday, February 12, 3 pm at Philadelphia Museum of Art: Van Gogh: The Life, Talk and Book Signing. Cost: $20. Includes museum admission. 26th Street and Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia.

Tuesday, February 14, 2 – 4 pm at Temple Gallery: James Castle: An Illustrated Discussion with John Ollman and Ann Percy. 12th and Norris Streets, Philadelphia.

Tuesday, February 14, 7 pm at Ursinus College: “Workshopping the Everyday” lecture with guest artists Erin Colleen Williams and Jeffrey Lee. 601 E. Main Street, Collegeville, PA.

Thursday, February 16, 5:30 pm at CFEVA: “A Curator’s Conversation,” with Sarah Archer of Philadelphia Art Alliance, Julie Courtney, Independent Curator, and Kaytie Johnson of the Galleries at Moore, part of the Direct Dialogue Lecture Series. 237 S. 18th Street, Suite 3A, Philadelphia.

Thursday, February 16, at The Corzo Center: What freelancers need to know. 320 S. Board Street, Philadelphia.

Thursday, February 16, 6:30 – 8 pm at Temple Gallery: “Discover the Hidden and Forgotten Waterways of Philadelphia,” with Adam Levine. Registration for this FREE event is required. Tyler School of Art, Temple University, 12th and Norris Streets, Philadelphia.

Friday, February 17, 3 – 4:30 pm at Temple Gallery: “Dissent in America Teach-In: Temple’s Protest History.” Tyler School of Art, 12th and Norris Streets, Philadelphia.

Saturday, February 18, 6:30 pm at PPAC: Lecture and book signing with Zoe Strauss. 1400 N. American Street, Suite 103, Philadelphia.

Saturday, February 18, 4 – 6 pm at Twelve Gates Arts: “Reading Ghalib,” with Frances Pritchett. 51 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Tuesday, February 21, 6 – 7:30 pm at University of the Arts: “Hide and Seek,” a presentation by Thaddeus Squire. Co-presented by DesignPhiladelphia. Part one of the three part Visibly Invisible lecture series. Free Seating Limited, to reserve seating click here. 320 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Tuesday, February 21, 7 pm at Ursinus College: Curatorial Talk by Rickie Solinger on current exhibition, Reimagining the Distaff Toolkit. 601 E. Main Street, Collegeville, PA.

Thursday, February 23, 6 pm at The Print Center: Gabriel Martinez and Chad States Artist Discussion. 1614 Latimer Street, Philadelphia.

Thursday, February 23, 6:30 pm at Carnegie Museum of Art: Artist lecture with Dawoud Bey, in conjunction with the exhibition Class Pictures, at Silver Eye Center for Photography. CMA Auditorium, 4400 Forbes Avenue, Oakland.

Thursday, February 23, 7 – 8:30 pm at Temple Gallery: “Seeing Power: Art and Activism in the Age of Cultural Production,” with Nato Thompson. Tyler School of Art, 12th and Norris Streets, Philadelphia.

Saturday, February 25, 9:30 am – 4:30 pm at Education Building Taller Puertorriqueño: 16th Annual Arturo Schomburg Symposium, “Afro Latin@ Film: Invisibility and Presence,” presented in collaboration with Scribe Video Center. Cost: $25 at door, $20 in advance, $12.50 Taller members, $10 students. 2557-59 N. Fifth Street, Philadelphia.

Sunday, February 26, 1 pm at PAFA Alumni Sales Gallery: “A Dialogue with Sande Webster and Moe Brooker.” RSVP: Tish Ingersoll at 215-391-4187 or tingersoll@gmail.com. 118 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Monday, February 27, 6:30 – 8 pm at Asia Society Museum: Artist Talk: “A Conversation with Parviz Tanavoli.” 725 Park Avenue, NYC.

Wednesday, February 29, 6:30 pm at ICA: “1967: A People Kind of Place,” a performative lecture. 118 S. 36th Street, Philadelphia.

Wednesday, February 29 at Arch Street Meeting House: “Reading John Dewey’s Art as Experience,” a course presented by the Violette de Mazia Foundation. Through April 18. Click here for more information. N. 4th Street and Arch Street, Philadelphia.

Lectures/Talks January 2012

First Friday, January 6, 6:30 – 8:30 pm at The Philadelphia Museum of Art: Panel discussion on Cy Twombly’s Fifty Days at Iliam. Cost: $10 after museum admission. $8 members and students with valid id. 2601 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia.

Thursday, January 18 at The Center for Emerging Visual Artists: Coworking for Artists: Create, Connect and Promote. Cost: $12. Registration is required. Call 215-546-7775. 237 South 18th Street, Suite 3a, Philadelphia.

Sunday, January 22, 2 – 4 pm at The Community Arts Center: Gallery talk for Focused Ambiguity, featuring work by Susan Abrams, Tasha Doremus, and Rachel Zimmerman. Through February 3. 414 Plush Mill Road, Nether Providence, PA.

Monday, January 23, 4:30 pm at Arcadia University Art Gallery: “34 Years of Keeping a Journal: Notes on a Daily Practice,” a lecture by Charles Ritchie. 450 S. Easton Road, Glenside, PA.

Monday, January 23 at Moore College of Art & Design: Winter Quarter Continuing Education classes begin. 1916 Race Street, Philadelphia.

Tuesday, January 24, 6:30 pm at the Guggenheim: Lecture: Yael Bartana with Reem Fadda, Susanne Sachsse, and Sławomir Sierakowski. For tickets, visit guggenheim.org/cca. 311 East Broadway, NY, NY.

Wednesday, January 25, 10 am – 2 pm at Temple University: Prelude visits Tyler School of Art. Stop by the information table to learn more about the gallery. 12th and Norris Streets, Philadelphia.

Saturday, January 28, 3 – 4 pm at Philadelphia Museum of Art: Steve Earle in conversation with Zoe Strauss. Van Pelt Auditorium, 26th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia.

Saturday, January 28, 3 – 5 pm at Twelve Gates Arts: Artists’ talk with Kathryn Myers and Tim Cleary. 51 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

Thursday, January 29, 4 pm at MoMA PS1: Lecture by Bilal Khbeiz, part of the e-flux journal lecture series. 22-25 Jackson Avenue at 46th Avenue, Long Island City, NY.

Thursday, January 29, 6:30 pm at PPAC: Lecture and book signing with Janelle Lynch. 1400 N. American Street, Suite 103, Philadelphia.

Tuesday, January 31, 6:30 pm at the Guggenheim: Lecture: Natascha Sadr Haghighian: “when night falls in the forest of static choices”. For tickets, visit guggenheim.org/cca. 311 East Broadway, NY, NY.

Tuesday, January 31, 7 pm at Maryland Institute College of Art: Gomez + Gonzalez Artist Talk. A Philagrafika event. Free and open to the public. 320 Brown Center, Mt. Royal Avenue, Baltimore, MD.

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