Art Alliance News
The 360-degree documentation includes panoramic video clips created at five installation sites throughout UArts campus using an Insta360 Pro VR camera.
Conceived by Carrie Mae Weems and Pierre Loving, Resist Covid Take 6! aims to create an artist-driven public awareness campaign to educate and enlighten Black, Latinx and Native American communities about the impact of COVID-19 on their lives.
Engage your students with this social impact project by artist Carrie Mae Weems through lesson plans and teaching resources.
The much-anticipated Invisible City catalog is here! Available now for purchase at the university's online store.
Join the University Galleries team members and guests each week to investigate different aspects of what it takes to run an exhibition space. Open to all students, participants will explore a variety of topics and meet artists and curators.
Sid Sachs, chief curator and director of exhibitions at University of the Arts, contributed an essay to the recently published exhibition catalog accompanying She-Bam Pow POP Wizz! Les Amazones du POP, currently on view at the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Nice (MAMAC) in France.
In conjunction with University of the Arts’ exhibition 'Invisible City: Philadelphia and the Vernacular Avant-garde' curated by Sid Sachs with Jennie Hirsh, Alex Da Corte and Kate Watson-Wallace will reinvent Kaprow's 'Chicken' in the same location it was originally performed, now known as the Gershman Hall of University of the Arts.
'Notes on the School for Temporary Liveness' is out now, available either to view online or to purchase in print.
Invisible City: Philadelphia and the Vernacular Avant-garde highlights Philadelphia’s significant contributions to visual, literary, and musical culture between 1956 and 1976.
The boards of trustees of the University of the Arts and Philadelphia Art Alliance announced that the two century-old institutions will join together. Under the agreement, the Art Alliance will become part of the University of the Arts, renamed Philadelphia Art Alliance at the University of the Arts.