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Freedman Gallery
13th & Bern Streets
Reading, PA  19612

Main Office:  (610) 921-7715
Box Office:  (610) 921-7547
Freedman Gallery:  (610) 921-7541

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Freedman Gallery Hours:
Tues. – Fri., 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sat. & Sun., noon – 4 p.m.

Closed during some holidays. Limited summer hours.

Admission to the Freedman Gallery is always FREE!

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Schedule

 

Romare Bearden Prints
March 25 – April 27, 2014, Freedman Gallery, PS
Exhibition includes a selection of prints by Romare Bearden from the permanent collection, including several examples of Family (1975).

  • Coffeehouse Diversity Poetry Night – Tues., April 8, 6-8 p.m., Freedman Gallery, co-sponsored by OMA

 

Annual Juried Student Exhibition & Senior Invitational
May 6 – May 14, 2014, Freedman Gallery
This annual exhibition includes a round up of work by Albright College students made over the past year. Annual prizes and awards are given in four categories during a special reception.

  • Awards Ceremony & Reception – Thur., May 8, 4-6 p.m.EE

Mediated Realities
May 24 – June 29, 2014, Freedman Gallery (MG & PS)
Curated by Amy Stevens and Angie Duignan, this international exchange exhibition showcases installation, photography, digital and new media artworks from artists living in the U.S. and Ireland, including: Carol Anne Connolly, Wendy DeSchene and Jeff Schmuki, Angie Duignan, Matthew Garrison, Lori Hepner, Shelagh Honan, Allison Kaufman, Wil Lindsay, Róisin Loughrey and Sinead McDonald. The exhibit considers the position of cultural context as a lens through which artwork is viewed and understood.

  • Reception – Sat., May 24, 5-7 p.m.

Trees in Fantasy, Science & Architecture, Freedman Kids Summer Art Camp 2014*
June 16-20 & 23-27, 2014, 10 a.m.-Noon, Freedman Gallery, $75/week or $125/both weeks
Week 1: Invention and Structure with wood, paper, paint and cardboard – participants will design and create miniature model treehouses. Students will examine how trees have been represented in visual art throughout the ages, and using drawing and collage techniques, will create their own images of trees. Week 2: Architecture and Landscape: Working with local artist Amanda Deibert, who’s back from an exciting year of teaching in Africa, students will collaborate on a group project to build their own “treehouse” from recycled materials and found objects. Music and storytelling activities will be part of each week.


Photo Credits:

Samuel Bak, Unexpected Visitors, 2000. Image courtesy of Pucker Gallery, www.puckergallery.com.

Jeanne Verdoux, Say Cheese!, 2012, C Print, 18” x 24". Courtesy of the artist.

Brendan Fowler, Fall 2009 (Fall 2008 West Coast Tour Poster – C, A, N, C, E, L, L, E, D, Right on Wall), 2009. Silk screen ink and enamel on paper, plexi, 120 x 53 inches (variable). Courtesy of Untitled Gallery.

George Jenne, Video still from Spooky Understands, 2013. Courtesy of the artist and Frosch&Portmann, NY.

Melissa Potter, Stana Cerovic and her sister Borika in the house Stana inherited in Montenegro. Stana holds a photo of herself as a young man. Photo: Melissa Potter, 2009.

Danielle Abrams (aka Uncle Bob) and Tommy Mintz, Does Your Boss Know How Good You Are?, 2006. Documentation from live performance at the Bronx River Art Center.

Lori Hepner, @katyperry, 10 May via ÜberSocial "@rihanna #WERQ" 2010, photographic print of spinning LED array based on characters in a tweet.


Exhibitions are funded in part by the Silverweed Foundation and the Pennsylvania Council on the arts.

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