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Thursday, October 9

Moore College of Art & Design Student Exhibition: Digital Print Studio Project

Free and Open to the Public

Led by faculty member Heather Ujiie, students at the Moore College of Art & Design will create a work that is inspired by either the history of the Philadelphia Art Alliance or one of their featured artists over the last three years. SEE MORE


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Wednesday, October 15 // 6:30 PM

Evening Lecture: Featured Artist Heather Ujiie

Free and Open to the Public.

An artist's talk related to the solo exhibition of artist/designer, Heather Ujiie, who combines analog and digital processes, in varied textile applications from couture fashion and narrative installation, to interior wall coverings and home furnishings. SEE MORE


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Thursday, October 30 // 7:00 PM

Observation and Making: A Discussion Across Disciplines

Free and Open to the Public

Please join featured PAA artist Christina Day, photographer  and Executive Director of the Philadelphia Photo Arts Center Sarah Stolfa, and artist and writer Courtney Mandryk for a discussion on how various artistic disciplines can inform each others practices. SEE MORE


Dans les Arbres

Sunday, November 2 // 8:00 PM

Ars Nova Workshop Presents: Dans les Arbres

$15 general admission

The Philadelphia Art Alliance is pleased to host Ars Nova Workshop as they welcome the return of Dans les arbres and the Philadelphia debut of guitarist Kim Myhr in this special Norwegian double-bill. SEE MORE


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Thursday, November 13 // 6:30 PM

Evening Lecture: Featured artist Lauren Dombrowiak

free and open to the public

Please join us for an artist's talk related to the solo exhibition of artist Lauren Dombrowiak, who will discuss her latest work in relationship to her interest in patterns of consumption and the artifice of the domestic interior.



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