Main Line Art Center Spring Gala

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April 30 – June 3, 2017


Main Line Art Center
Main Line Art Center is located at 746 Panmure Road in Haverford PA, offers free parking, and is easily accessible from public transportation.

Gallery Hours
Monday – Thursday: 10 am to 8 pm
Friday – Sunday: 10 am-4 pm
Free and open to the public

Works of art to fall in love with in a variety of styles and price points for everyone…from the next-generation collector or art-buying novice, to the seasoned supporter. Proceeds benefit our programs, including Accessible Art programs for children and adults with disabilities.Participation in the Spring Gala exhibition is by juror selection.

JUROR: Ekaterina Popova, Artist & Publisher of Create! Magazine




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I've been selected to be a derby judge for the Bob Phillips Best in Show Prize.

See you there!

Saturday May 21, 2016 starts at 12:30



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Monday, May 9th

And Beneath Such Quiet: The Elegy in the Modern World

2:00 pm – 2:50 pm  |  Location: Drexel Bookstore

From the ancient Greeks to Thomas Gray to Larry Levis, the Elegy is a poetic form that mourns the dead. In modern times, elegies have been written in response to major world events, such as the Holocaust and to express general feelings of loss and metaphysical grief. But in this new era of genre busting, elegies appear in art forms other than poetry. The panelists—a poet, fiction writer, visual artist and composer— will each discuss their use of the elegiac in their individual practice.

Panel Participants:

Julia Kolchinsky Dasbach, Poety, University of Pennsylvania

Cheryl Sucher, Fiction Writer, author of The Rescue of Memory (Scribners)

Cheryl Levin, Artist

Bruce Kaminsky, Musician, Drexel University


Harriet Millan, Drexel University, Certificate Program in Writing and Publishing



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June & July 2016

Ro Home

732 Elmwood Ave. Buffalo NY 14222




November 20, 2015 to January 9, 2016

Dreamscapes are forms, colors and images that an artist might see in real or imagined space. A dreamscape could be inspired by encounters with cosmic phenomena like the sky or a view of organic life glimpsed through a microscope.  It could express a psychological state of mind or emotions evoked by music. It could be a painting, drawing, collage, video, photograph, or sculpture. It is whimsical. The theme 'Dreamscapes' inspired hundreds of Westport's artists to respond with works ranging from pure abstract to landscape paintings, and from surrealist assemblages of dream-like imagery to realist renderings of contemporary dysfunction. - Alexandra Munroe



Alexandra Munroe, Ph.D., is Samsung Senior Curator, Asian Art, at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. A pioneering authority on modern and contemporary Asian art and transnational art studies, she has led the Guggenheim’s Asian Art Initiative since its founding in 2006 while also working on the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi Museum and the Guggenheim UBS MAP Global Art Initiative. She convenes the museum’s biannual Asian Art Council, a curatorial think tank, and heads The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation initiative in contemporary Chinese art.

Raised in Japan, Munroe is former Vice President of Japan Society, New York, and former director of its museum. She holds a BA from Sophia University, Tokyo, an MA from the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, and a Ph.D. in History from New York University, where her research was in modern East Asian intellectual history. She serves on the advisory boards of Asia Art Archive, Hong Kong; Rockbund Art Museum, Shanghai; and UCCA, Beijing. She is a trustee of the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, and the United States-Japan Foundation, and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, New York.