During a summer internship at Philadelphia's Monument Lab, Maya Plimack '24 is doing curatorial research and aiding preparations for an outdoor exhibition on the National Mall in Washingtong, D.C.
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October 27 - December 16, 2023: Seeing Sound is an expansive exhibition that explores the current trajectory of sound as a dynamic branch of contemporary art practice, curated by Barbara London.
As a publications intern with support from the Hurford Center for the Arts and Humanities, Amelia LaMotte '25 spent her summer helping to prepare a guide to the Philadelphia Fringe Festival.
The Hurford Center for the Arts and Humanities presents “Sonic Worlds,” a year of programming exploring diverse sound, musical, and listening practices as they figure in our everyday lives and in various fields of study, including anthropology, disability studies, music, literary studies, Indigenous studies, computer science, and more.
In a summer internship with the Witness Stones Project, Mercedes is compiling primary source documents related to slavery and helping to craft a vision for how the stories they tell can be brought into the classroom.
Curtis Kline '24 is spending his summer working with an organization in New York focused on public artists.
At the Hasta ’Bajo Project in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Figueroa is spending the summer researching the history and culture of the popular dance music genre.
September 8 - October 13, 2023 In Extra Medium | John Muse, the gallery is divided: in the front, clusters of framed collages, a vitrine of journals and smaller works, and a large video projection of cut and painted paper; in the back, a studio where Muse works for the duration of the exhibition on more video, more collages, and more journals. Curated by Homay King, the exhibition is accompanied by a broadsheet publication, a program of Muse’s short films, and interactive games featuring guest collaborators.