The Airport’s Exhibitions Program is a nationally-recognized, award-winning visual arts initiative. The Exhibitions Program provides millions of visitors from around the world access to a wide variety of art forms by artists and arts institutions from the Philadelphia area.
The Newark Arts Festival 2023 signature exhibition, open to the public from September 27th through October 29th, will provide Cross Cultural Perspectives in a truly powerful way: through the visual arts. This poignant exhibition will enhance each attendee’s cultural experience by providing a rich bounty of diverse viewpoints, artistic mediums and voices to be valued.
SUPPORTING ARTISTS AND WRITERS WITH CHILDREN
Chosen from a field of nearly 2,500 applicants from sixty-five countries, these artists and writers come from eighteen cities around the world; they are parenting twenty-eight children.
As one put it, “An artist’s ability to portray herself is power.” - Ziui Chen Vance
This is the kind of power we want to support, because we think it can change the world. We hope you will seek out their work.
The Michael Aurbach Fellowship for Excellence in Visual Art recognizes and honors CAA members who have obtained an MFA or equivalent in studio art and are currently teaching studio classes full-time or part-time.
In honor of Paradigm Gallery’s Thirteenth Anniversary, we are pleased to present Lucky 13, a group exhibition exploring themes of luck and superstition and the traditions around these concepts. Lucky 13 features the work of 26 artists, some presenting for the first time in the gallery and others well-seasoned on our walls. The work included in the exhibition spans across mediums, featuring painting, drawing, sculpture, fibers, craft, mixed media and everything in between.
The Visual Artist Fellowship is designed to help artists in the Philadelphia Region reach new levels in their career. Artists will be selected by an independent Board of Artistic Advisors based on the merit of their artwork and a demonstrated ability to reach stated goals.
These grant programs exist as part of the continuing legacy of Adolph and Esther Gottlieb and reflect their dedication to assisting individual artists.