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ConEd Family Day: Make a Sun Print with Artist Rose Deler

“Light makes photography. Embrace light. Admire it. Love it. But above all, know light. Know it for all you are worth, and you will know the key to photography.” —George Eastman, founder of Kodak
Make your own sun print using light and found objects with artist Rose Deler!
Learn about early photography and make your own sun print, or photogram, in this fun outdoor art workshop with local artist Rose Deler! The workshop will take place outside of Morris-Jumel Mansion on the bluestone patio. Masks are required for all activity participants.
Free with Eventbrite registration.
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/coned-family-day-sun-print-art-workshop-with-artist-rose-deler-tickets-330242071927

Community Open House & Artist Meet & Greet at Morris Jumel Mansion

Join us for a free viewing and artist meet and greet for this wonderful exhibition!
ImagiNATIONS: Art as Solidarity is an ongoing series of artworks created in response to issues that touch us everyday, like immigration, civil and gender rights, displacement, gun violence, international conflicts and the environmental crisis. The works, which center around community concerns, reflect universal values of love, justice, equality and peace, and aim to build bridges across borders, languages and cultures, and to generate a dialogue about issues that are relevant at both the local and global level. Works from the series have been exhibited internationally and have been published in select international publications.
The exhibition is on view at the Morris-Jumel Mansion during public hours from April 15 – June 12, 2022 and is on view from during the museum’s public hours, Friday to Sunday from 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM.
This exhibition is presented as a part of Surroundings: A Pop-Up Exhibition Series featuring the work of local artists who each reside within the former boundaries of the Morris and Jumel family estates, located on the ancestral homelands of the Lenape people.

Exhibition: “ImagiNATIONS: Art as Solidarity” by Andrea Arroyo

Through June 12, 2022, ImagiNATIONS: Art as Solidarity is an ongoing series of artworks created in response to issues that touch us everyday, like immigration, civil and gender rights, displacement, gun violence, international conflicts and the environmental crisis. The works, which center around community concerns, reflect universal values of love, justice, equality and peace, and aim to build bridges across borders, languages and cultures, and to generate a dialogue about issues that are relevant at both the local and global level. Works from the series have been exhibited internationally and have been published in select international publications.

The exhibition is on view at the Morris-Jumel Mansion during public hours from April 15 – June 12, 202 and is on view from during the museum’s public hours, Friday to Sunday from 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM.

This exhibition is presented as a part of Surroundings: A Pop-Up Exhibition Series featuring the work of local artists who each reside within the former boundaries of the Morris and Jumel family estates, located on the ancestral homelands of the Lenape people.