PPL Monthly Meetup

Our regularly scheduled meetup that takes place on the 2nd Friday evening of each month.  All members are highly encouraged to attend, as this is where we set direction and make announcements about upcoming activities and classes.

The monthly meeting is a great opportunity to catch up on PPL accomplishments and upcoming events …… PLUS …….. see the work of fellow PPL’ers and / or share your work, get questions answered, network and socialize.

 

PPL Monthly Meetup

Our regularly scheduled meetup that takes place on the 2nd Friday evening of each month.  All members are highly encouraged to attend, as this is where we set direction and make announcements about upcoming activities and classes.

The monthly meeting is a great opportunity to catch up on PPL accomplishments and upcoming events …… PLUS …….. see the work of fellow PPL’ers and / or share your work, get questions answered, network and socialize.

 

PPL Monthly Meetup

Our regularly scheduled meetup that takes place on the 2nd Friday evening of each month.  All members are highly encouraged to attend, as this is where we set direction and make announcements about upcoming activities and classes.

The monthly meeting is a great opportunity to catch up on PPL accomplishments and upcoming events …… PLUS …….. see the work of fellow PPL’ers and / or share your work, get questions answered, network and socialize.

 

PPL Monthly Meetup

Our regularly scheduled meetup that takes place on the 2nd Friday evening of each month.  All members are highly encouraged to attend, as this is where we set direction and make announcements about upcoming activities and classes.

This particular meeting will also be the last chance to get informed and involved in our Philadelphia Neaighborhoods Project.  Detain on this project will be presented at the end of this meeting.

 

Richard Avedon: Family Affairs Photo Exhibition

Avedon’s striking fashion photography and minimalist, emotion-filled portraiture broke boundaries and, for nearly a half century, helped define Americans’ perceptions of beauty, politics, and power. This exhibition, for which NMAJH will be the only U.S. venue, unites two seminal bodies of work by the influential American Jewish photographer: a series of four portrait murals inspired by the revolutionary atmosphere of the 1960s and early 1970s, and a series of 69 portraits entitled The Family, originally published in Rolling Stone magazine on the eve of the 1976 election. 

CLICK HERE to learn about Richard Alvedon

CLICK HERE to learn about the Exhibition

When: NOW thru August 2nd 


Museum Hours: VISITING HOURS Tuesday to Friday: 10:00am – 5:00pm* Saturday and Sunday: 10:00am – 5:30pm

* From Memorial through Labor Days, the Museum stays open until 8:00pm on Wednesday evenings. Admission
after 5:00 is pay-what-you-wish.

NMAJH is closed most Mondays, including Federal holidays, but we are open on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day,
Presidents’ Day, Independence Day, and Christmas Day.