Art Events 10/15-10/22

Tuesday 10/16
Join us for a reading and discussion with Joshua Rivkin, author of Chalk: The Art and Erasure of Cy Twombly, in conversation with Jacob Rivkin.

The first book to explore the life and work of Cy Twombly, one of the most important and influential artists of the Twentieth Century
Tuesday, 6:00 PM Penn Book Center
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Zine Rave at Kelly Wrtiers Houseoin ALYSON DEL PINO (C’21) and JACOB KIND (C’20), curators of the Writers House Zine Library, for Zine Rave, a collective zine-making event. Bring material to cut up and transform (magazine, printed material, other clip art). Organizers write: “The Zine Rave will feature tunes for the young ones, food for the hungry ones, and zines for the on-topic ones. We will also be creating the biggest zine ever, so bring magazine clip art if you harvest it. No exaggeration. This is not a marketing scheme.”

Wednesday 10/17

~ Philadelphia Lantern Slide Salon ~
Wednesday, October 17, 2018, 6 to 8 pm

@ Wagner Free Institute of Science

Celebrate Archives Month Philly at the Wagner Free Institute of Science as we showcase glass lantern slides from the special collections of Bryn Mawr College, the Franklin Institute, the Free Library of Philadelphia, The Historical Society of Frankford, the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, and the Wagner Free Institute of Science during the 6th annual Philadelphia Lantern Slide Salon.

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FRIDAY 10/19
Embodied Scientist Parkour with the Environmental Performance Agency
Join the Environmental Performance Agency for the pilot of Embodied Scientist Parkour, a training for interspecies communication and deepened relationships with the in-between landscapes of the Schuylkill River. Together we’ll engage in a collection of movement scores to entangle our bodies with wild urban plants, vibrate with the multispecies highway, and develop new forms of intimacy with the river’s edge – all with the aim of expanding our notion of how we can collect and co-generate embodied scientific data.

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