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New Exhibition: Woodmere’s 79th Annual Juried Exhibition: Seeing the Story
June 5 through August 29, 2021
Woodmere’s annual juried exhibition, Seeing the Story, highlights contemporary work in a wide variety of media by artists living within fifty miles of the museum. This year’s juror, David Wiesner, has selected works of narrative art.
Wiesner will be at Woodmere on opening day from 2-4pm for an (outdoor) opportunity to meet the juror. Click here to plan your visit.
Online Opening Reception
Tuesday, June 8 | 7pm
Free (registration required) | Click here to register.



Saturday Night Jazz: Outdoor Concert Series Returns with Lou Rawls Tribute
Saturdays through August 14
The Woodmere and Arpeggio Jazz Ensemble partnership continues this summer with an outdoor concert series beginning June 5! Kick off the season and join us outdoors every Saturday evening for musical performances surrounded by monumental sculptures.
$25 ($15 members) | 5 & 7pm | Click here for tickets.
Campaign to Save St. Michael’s Hall
Woodmere has until June 15 to raise the funds to acquire St. Michael’s Hall and begin the restoration process. All gifts up to $2 million will be matched thanks to a generous commitment by a visionary community member.
Click here to learn more and make a pledge.



Closing Soon:
History in Motion: Tom Judd’s Subway Murals
Through June 20, 2021
On view through Sunday, June 20, History in Motion offers museum visitors a glimpse into the artistic process, planning, and creation of Judd’s new Portal to Discovery mural at SEPTA’s 5th Street/Independence Hall Station. Don’t miss the opportunity to see the show AND a chance to meet the artist. Tom Judd will be at Woodmere for socially distanced opportunities to meet in the galleries on June 6 & 13.
Free | 1-3pm | Click here to learn more.
Museum Hours Extended
Effective June 1, Woodmere is open to the public Wednesday through Sunday. We look forward to returning to our full schedule and expanding hours for our guests. Advance tickets are encouraged.
Click here to plan your next visit.



The Art of Looking (virtual)
This monthly program will deepen your ability to make experiences with art more meaningful. By focusing for an extended period on one artwork at a time, the program engages your sensory perceptions and enables thoughts and impressions to evolve. Explore your thoughts and feelings in a fun environment that promotes dialogue with other participants.
Free | 2pm | Click here to register.
Shop the Museum Store Online & In Person
In addition to our online store, we are happy to announce Woodmere’s brick and mortar Museum Store is open to visitors once again! Stop in for gifts for special occasions such as graduations, birthdays, and anniversaries, or simply “just because.” The Store has something for everyone on your list!
Virtual personal-shopping experiences and curbside pickup are also available. To schedule an appointment with Museum Store Director Stephen Kerzner, call (267) 269.6432 or email skerzner@woodmereartmuseum.org.




ARTZ Connect Philadelphia Online Programs

For people living with dementia and their care partners: ARTZ-Connect Philadelphia and Woodmere Art Museum offer engaging online programs twice a month through interactions with artworks. The programs are facilitated by ARTZ Philadelphia Director Dr. Susan Shifrin, an art historian, independent curator, and arts accessibility advocate. Attendance is limited to ensure an intimate, comfortable experience for all, and pre-registration is required.

Free | 11am | Click here for registration details.

Learn & Create: Upcoming Art Classes
Summer art classes for children, teens, and adults are starting soon! Students can explore their creativity in a variety of mediums and topics, including landscape painting, sculpture, collage, and even drama camp. In-person classes are available outdoors and in the Widener studio.
Click here to review course listings and register today.
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