1. Check out this video to learn about the 5x5 Project, a District-wide program of public art that will begin this fall in Washington D.C.! Click here to learn more.

    Curated by Lance Fung, Shamim M. Momin, Stephanie Sherman, Justine Topfer, A.M. Weaver


  2. The 3:00 Book by Beth Heinly


  3. Bananazz by Andrew Jeffrey Wright


  4. Performance artists, mark your calendars for OCGOPF, a guerilla-style performance event in Wissahickon Park to be held on November 8th and 9th! Email bethheinly@gmail.com to submit ideas to this open call, non-juried eventdeadline is October 1st.


  5. Now on artblog - Kelly reviews 'Murica! at PhilaMOCA! Click here to read.


  6. Now through August 3rd - submit to the Phillyosophy Photo Contest for your chance to display your work on an I-95 billboard! Click here for more info.


  7. The Coalition Ingenu Artists’ Collective has relocated from Philly to Florida and is opening a new exhibit this month! Check out above and click here for more info about A Whole ‘Nother Story!


  8. The 3:00 Book by Beth Heinly


  9. Bananazz by Andrew Jeffrey Wright


  10. Click the link for our latest quarter newsletter, updated for the current season!


  11. moma:

    Final weeks to see Alibis: Sigmar PolkeThe New Yorker says it’s “the most dramatic museum show of the century to date. It may also be the most important.” 

    [Installation view of Alibis: Sigmar Polke 1963–2010, The Museum of Modern Art, April 19–August 3, 2014. © 2014 The Museum of Modern Art. Photo: Jonathan Muzikar. All works by Sigmar Polke © 2014 The Estate of Sigmar Polke/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, Germany.] 


  12. The 3:00 Book by Beth Heinly


  13. Bananazz by Andrew Jeffrey Wright


  14. This Friday, July 18th - don’t miss the opening of ALLOVERSTREET by Baltimore-based Process Collective! Click here for more info about the event and here for a review of Process Collective’s latest event!


  15. Don’t miss the new season of Art21’s Art in the Twenty-First Century, premiering Friday, October 24th on PBS! Click here for more info.