Shelley Spector has been actively engaged in Philadelphia's arts community for years as a respected artist, innovative gallery owner, and champion of emerging talent. In March 2015, the Philadelphia Museum of Art will present Spector's first solo museum exhibition, "Keep the Home Fires Burning," a walk-through presentation of wood and textile-based sculpture that reflects on the universal quest for hope, home, and connectedness.
Spector's multidisciplinary works are part of many private and public collections including The Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and the Human Rights Campaign in Washington, DC. She has received grants from the Independence Foundation Fellowship in the Arts, Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and Leeway Foundation. She founded SPECTOR Gallery/Projects, working outside the traditional gallery system.
Class Schedule, Fall 2016
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