PAFA Hosts The Review Panel Philadelphia on March 15
PHILADELPHIA (March 7, 2017) -- The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA) announces the upcoming panelists and exhibitions for The Review Panel Philadelphia, moderated by artcritical.com's David Cohen.
Andre Bradley and Paul Anthony Smith: Interference
Philadelphia Photo Arts Center (opens March 9), 1400 North American Street #103
Dave Carrow: DC→3D
Marginal Utility, 319 North 11th Street, 2nd Floor
Jessica Doyle: We Fearless Ones
InLiquid Art & Design, The Hall at Crane Arts, 1400 North American Street, 1st Floor
Shawn Theodore: Church of Broken Pieces
African American Museum in Philadelphia, 701 Arch Street
The Review Panel Philadelphia is free to the public and takes place in PAFA's Hamilton Building, 128 North Broad Street. Each panel discussion runs approximately 90 minutes and features a brief presentation about the exhibitions under review, followed by a critical debate and an opportunity for the audience to respond.
Inspired by the popular series of New York-based public programs founded in 2004 by artcritical.com and moderated by David Cohen, The Review Panel Philadelphia creates an informed dialogue about Philadelphia's art and artists and connects students and the public with the local arts community.
Founded in 1805, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA) is America's first school and museum of fine arts. A recipient of the 2005 National Medal of Arts, PAFA is a recognized leader in fine arts education with a world-class permanent collection of American art.
Founded in 1805, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts is America's first school and museum of fine arts. A recipient of the National Medal of Arts, PAFA offers undergraduate and graduate programs in the fine arts, innovative exhibitions of historic and contemporary American art, and a world-class collection of American art. PAFA’s esteemed alumni include Mary Cassatt, Njideka Akunyili Crosby, Thomas Eakins, William Glackens, Barkley L. Hendricks,Violet Oakley, Louis Kahn, David Lynch, and Henry Ossawa Tanner.