Photo: Portrait of a Boy with a Cat, daguerrotype, Marcus Aurelius Root, American, 1808 – 1888, and Samuel Root, American, 1819 – 1889. Courtesy of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Join us on Friday, June 10th at 2pm as we make another visit the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Prints, Drawings, and Photographs Study Room to view historic photographs from the Museum’s collection.
As an accompaniment to our June exhibition and juror Chandra Glick’s slide talk, Rip, Tear, Repeat, we will be looking at work from the museum’s collection that relates to the work in the show, as well as work created by other artists referenced in Glick’s talk.
Although this event is free, because space is limited, reservations are required. Please RSVP by Wednesday, June 8th to reserve your space.
Living Image is made possible through the generous support of the Penn Treaty Special Services District.
Online registration for this event is closed.