Music at Woodmere presents: JAZZ from the ART
Woodmere happily announces a free, weekly dose of jazz tunes as we await the return of the outdoor Saturday Night Jazz program. In partnership with Lifeline Music Coalition, each Saturday we’ll release a new video featuring interviews and highlights from a past 2020 outdoor performance. This week’s highlights include It Don’t Mean a Thing and the smooth vocals of Sherry Butler!
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Closing Weekend:
PhilARTdelphia: Young Artists of Woodmere
It’s the final weekend to see PhilARTdelphia: Young Artists at Woodmere. On view in the Helen Millard Children’s Gallery, this exhibition showcases the creativity and imagination of young artists who have participated in art-making classes through the Museum’s studio and school programs.
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Upcoming Lecture:
Illustrating Change: The Red Rose Girls & 20th Century Suffrage
Lecturers: Woodmere Docents Bonnie Brown, Marsha Braverman, Sue Royer
During Women’s History Month, learn the stories of Jessie Willcox Smith, Elizabeth Shippen Green and Violet Oakley, who were among the most prominent and prolific artists of their time. These three remarkable Philadelphia artists became examples of the possibilities for women in the workforce during the suffrage movement. Their talent, dedication, and a lifelong friendship brought them national recognition.
This lecture is presented in partnership with Drexel University’s Vision 2020 Women 100 program.
$15 ($10 members) | 7pm | Click here to register.



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.
In Case You Missed It:
History in Motion Opening Reception
On view through June 13, 2021
On March 2, Woodmere welcomed its newest exhibition, History in Motion: Tom Judd’s Subway Mural, with a virtual opening reception featuring the artist and Woodmere Director & CEO Bill Valerio. If you were unable to attend, a recording of the live event is available on our website.
Click here to watch.
New Session of Studio Art Classes Approaches
Registration is open for Woodmere’s next session of studio art classes, which begin April 5. Enjoy making art from the comfort of your home while learning from some of Philadelphia’s finest professional artists. Explore a wide range of topics, including portrait drawing and painting, watercolor, and abstraction.
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