February 2023
Spiral Form Series, #1, 2003, by Mary Judge (Woodmere Art Museum: Gift of the artist in memory of Gyo Obata, 2022)
On View January 28 through July 16, 2023
This exhibition celebrates recent acquisitions of contemporary, abstract works of art by William Daley, Charles Fahlen, James Havard, Mary Judge, Winifred Lutz, David Slovic, and Stephen Talasnik.
The Concert, c. 1890, by Helen Corson Hovenden (Woodmere Art Museum: Gift of Amy and David Dufour, 2013)
On View February 18 through May 14, 2023
For centuries, artists have been captivated by the miracle of childhood. This exhibition includes numerous portraits as well as depictions of children across a spectrum of activities, including climbing trees, playing with toys, enjoying tea parties, and eating cotton candy!
Don’t Forget Your Loved Ones…
Valentine’s Day is Tuesday, February 14th!
Need a Valentine’s gift for that special someone? Maybe a piece of jewelry, or a gorgeous scarf, or a Maruca bag ~ please stop by our museum store or visit us online!
February 5 | 11AM–12PM | FREE
Ages 3–5, with adult
A fun and engaging way for young children to enjoy art!
February 11 | 1PM–3PM | $40 ($35 Woodmere Family Members)
This workshop is the perfect opportunity for children to make a heartfelt, creative, and handmade Valentine for someone special in their lives. All supplies are provided by Woodmere.
On Tuesday nights, Woodmere’s main gallery is transformed into an intimate setting for screenings of rare and underseen films as well as classics. Tuesday Nights at the Movies is presented with the Chestnut Hill Film Group and sponsored by the Chestnut Hill Local.
The Magnificent Ambersons (1942 / 88 minutes)
February 21 | 7:30PM
Midnight (1939 / 94 minutes)
February 28 | 7:30PM
February 24 | 6PM | $25 ($15 members)
The season kicks off with vocalist Roy Richardson and the Arpeggio Jazz Ensemble playing an evening of R&B classics.
February 25 | 5PM | $25 ($15 members)
A prelude, a fugue, and a peppy allegro to finish. New World Recorders with Gwyn Roberts, Héloïse Degrugillier, Rainer Beckmann, and Sarah Shodja plays musical narratives from Dufay to Bach to Schuman and beyond.
ARTZ-Connect, a program of ARTZ Philadelphia
February 24 | 11AM | ZOOM | FREE
ARTZ Philadelphia and Woodmere Art Museum are offering ARTZ-Connect, an online program for people living with dementia and their care partners through interactions with artworks. The programs are facilitated by ARTZ Philadelphia facilitator Justine Stehle and ARTZ Philadelphia director Dr. Susan Shifrin. Registrations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.
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