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Ife Nii Owoo | Salt Eaters and Rough Edges

Through November 2014 Artist reception and talk: Sunday October 2, 12:30 pm An exhibition of work by the Germantown-based artist Ife Nii Owoo opens the third year of programming at The Museum of Art and Peace, showcasing the artist’s ongoing

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Ife Nii Owoo | Salt Eaters and Rough Edges

Through November 2014 Artist reception and talk: Sunday October 2, 12:30 pm An exhibition of work by the Germantown-based artist Ife Nii Owoo opens the third year of programming at The Museum of Art and Peace, showcasing the artist’s ongoing

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Sister Helen David Brancato | Dignity in the Margins

Through May 2014 Artist reception and talk: Sunday March 22, 10-11am The Museum of Art and Peace is very pleased to present our seventh exhibition: Dignity in the Margins, paintings completed over the last 15 years by the remarkable artist

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Sister Helen David Brancato, "Human Family (St. John's Hospice)"

Sister Helen David Brancato | Dignity in the Margins

Through May 2014 Artist reception and talk: Sunday March 22, 10-11am The Museum of Art and Peace is very pleased to present our seventh exhibition: Dignity in the Margins, paintings completed over the last 15 years by the remarkable artist

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Strangers No More

November 10, 2013 — January 10, 2014 The Museum of Art and Peace is pleased to be the first official venue for the travelling exhibition “Strangers No More.” Inspired by iO Tillet Wright’s “Self Evident Truths Project,” Ohio-based photographer Jacklyn

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Strangers No More

November 10, 2013 — January 10, 2014 The Museum of Art and Peace is pleased to be the first official venue for the travelling exhibition “Strangers No More.” Inspired by iO Tillet Wright’s “Self Evident Truths Project,” Ohio-based photographer Jacklyn

Graffiti, Old city marketplace, Hebron.

This Is Palestine In My Heart

September 22 – November 3, 2013 The Museum of Art and Peace is pleased to present “This Is Palestine In My Heart.” The exhibition is our first original project, and is a collaborative photo essay curated by us from photos

Graffiti, Old city marketplace, Hebron.

This Is Palestine In My Heart

September 22 – November 3, 2013 The Museum of Art and Peace is pleased to present “This Is Palestine In My Heart.” The exhibition is our first original project, and is a collaborative photo essay curated by us from photos

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Lori Waselchuk | Grace Before Dying

October 20 – December 31, 2012 Reception and artist talk: Sunday November 4, 12:30pm Second reception and book signing: Thursday November 15, 7-9pm 2012 Pew Fellow Lori Waselchuk‘s award-winning documentary project Grace Before Dying chronicles the prisoner-run hospice program at

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Lori Waselchuk | Grace Before Dying

October 20 – December 31, 2012 Reception and artist talk: Sunday November 4, 12:30pm Second reception and book signing: Thursday November 15, 7-9pm 2012 Pew Fellow Lori Waselchuk‘s award-winning documentary project Grace Before Dying chronicles the prisoner-run hospice program at

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In Conversation : Lori Waselchuk

Lori Waselchuk is a documentary photographer and arts activist who values working with public and private organizations that work for social change and build community. Her photographs have appeared in magazines and newspapers worldwide including Newsweek, LIFE, The New York

Lori Waselchuk

In Conversation : Lori Waselchuk

Lori Waselchuk is a documentary photographer and arts activist who values working with public and private organizations that work for social change and build community. Her photographs have appeared in magazines and newspapers worldwide including Newsweek, LIFE, The New York

Randy Horst, from the St. Sebastien series

Randy Horst | Recent Work

The St. Sebastian and Chartre Series March 25–June 30, 2012 Randy Horst, professor of art at Goshen College, Goshen IN brings two stunning series to the museum program. Horst’s St. Sebastien drawings cast an intimate and contemporary eye on the

Randy Horst, from the St. Sebastien series

Randy Horst | Recent Work

The St. Sebastian and Chartre Series March 25–June 30, 2012 Randy Horst, professor of art at Goshen College, Goshen IN brings two stunning series to the museum program. Horst’s St. Sebastien drawings cast an intimate and contemporary eye on the

Randy Horst

In Conversation : Randy Horst

Randy Horst received his BA from Goshen College (IN) and his MFA from Bowling Green State University (OH). He has taught art and design at Bowling Green State University, the University of Montana Western (Dillon), and currently teaches at Goshen

Randy Horst

In Conversation : Randy Horst

Randy Horst received his BA from Goshen College (IN) and his MFA from Bowling Green State University (OH). He has taught art and design at Bowling Green State University, the University of Montana Western (Dillon), and currently teaches at Goshen

Zoe Cohen, "What Was Our Vision"

Zoe Cohen | Special Reception March 11

The Museum of Art and Peace, in conjunction with Congregation P’Nai Or Philadelphia are pleased to announce a special closing reception to celebrate the exhibition Zoe Cohen: What Was Our Vision. Sunday, March 11, 2 to 4 pm Cohen will

Zoe Cohen, "What Was Our Vision"

Zoe Cohen | Special Reception March 11

The Museum of Art and Peace, in conjunction with Congregation P’Nai Or Philadelphia are pleased to announce a special closing reception to celebrate the exhibition Zoe Cohen: What Was Our Vision. Sunday, March 11, 2 to 4 pm Cohen will

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Zoe Cohen | What Was Our Vision

What Was Our Vision January 15 – March 17, 2012 Receptions: Sunday January 22, 12:30pm AND Saturday February 11 4-6pm. West Philadelphia artist Zoe Cohen works across a variety of media including drawing, painting, sculpture, and conceptual and community-based art.

Zoe Cohen

Zoe Cohen | What Was Our Vision

What Was Our Vision January 15 – March 17, 2012 Receptions: Sunday January 22, 12:30pm AND Saturday February 11 4-6pm. West Philadelphia artist Zoe Cohen works across a variety of media including drawing, painting, sculpture, and conceptual and community-based art.