A.K. Burns & Katherine Hubbard The Brown Bear: Neither Particular, Nor General

Check out this participatory, performance installation. An investigation of appearance and self.

In the artists words:
Leading with the question, what does it look like?, describing it is pivotal to formulating a response. It is The Brown Bear, a queer experience, the experience of ʻpacking vagʼ, of being hirsute. For us, it is personal. This kind of personal is political, and this salon provides a space for the political to be public.

Found But No Less Valued, Grigonis and Kurtz at the Knapp Gallery

Friday, November 5, 2010
Sunday, November 28, 2010

New work by Marjorie Grigonis and Katherine Kurtz at The Knapp Gallery.

Marjorie Grigonis presents her new mixed media work on found mylar, discarded by an architectural firm. The original drawings were varied and abstract, informing the finished pieces. She has allowed much of the underlying work remain.

Katherine Kurtz shows new paintings which continue an exploration of the process. Layers of paint applied, scratched, and manipulated with scratching tools.

ARTIST TALK : Carol Wisker, FABRICATIONS Sculpture and Fiber Works

Artist Talk
Saturday, October 23, 2010
5 - 7 PM
Sculpture and Fiber Works,  through October 31

Join artist Carol Wisker in conversation about her work and a glass of wine!

Bring your friends.

3rd Street Gallery on 2nd Street
58 N 2nd Street Philadelphia, PA 19106
215 625 0993

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image : SHELLED, antique shell arrangement. copper bullets and metals. BB's, and shot, 17" x 6 " x  6"

Intertwined at the Leeway Foundation

The Philadelphia-based Leeway Foundation supports women and transgender artists who create social change. Leeway’s fall exhibition, Intertwined, will be at the foundation’s office at 1315 Walnut Street in Center City. The exhibit features works by five artists—all of whom are previous recipients of Leeway grant and award programs—includes quilts, textiles, installation, and apparel.


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