Join WWC at The Colored Girls Museum's Urgent Care: A Social Care Experience Part 2

 

 

This event is open to the public, so join us!

 

Wow, it's been almost a year since we've visited The Colored Girls Museum together. This year they have a whole new exhibit titled "Urgent Care: A Social Care Experience Part 2".

If you'd like to join us, purchase tickets here. They are $15 per person: (Select March 11, 1:00 PM in drop down menu)
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/urgent-care-a-social-care-experience-part-2-tickets-43483367924?aff=erelexpmlt

Learn more about the new exhibit:
The Colored Girls Museum Kicks off Women’s History Month with Part Two of Urgent Care A Social Care Experience. In Part Two TCGM expands further on this idea of the cultural institution as revolutionary healthcare facility. We invite patrons to see themselves as patients and healers as hosts of healing gifts and creators of ancient and modern healing technologies. Each room transforms into healing spaces through the presence of patients/patrons who alter shared physical spaces through our individual and family histories, our relationships with disability and sickness, and our ability to see others in their fullness.

How can our urgent care needs be met by consciously activating beauty love joy art and serenity in our daily lives and our communities. How does social care function as a diagnostic tool --TCGM welcomes into our spring show new artist and new works. Keisha Whatley and Natassja Swift create portraits for our project First Time Ever I Saw your Face, Emily Carr Carmel Brown team up to recreate Triage on the third floor of the Colored Girls Museum. Sara Bunn installs work which deals with the subject of human trafficking. We are also looking forward to reopening The Colored Boys Room Titled : Diagnostic Imaging , with works by Baron Roane , Mark Jason Weston Ian Friday.

Urgent Care A Social Care Experience Part Two is made possible by support from The Campaign for Black Achievement. CBMA is a national membership network that seeks to ensure the growth, sustainability, and impact of leaders and organizations committed to improving the life outcomes of Black men and boys. CBMA is led by fellow Wesleyan alum Shawn Dove 84. ‘Says Shawn “The Campaign for Black Male Achievement is seeking to be more intentional with its intersectional support of Black women and girls, so we are thrilled to provide The Colored Girls Museum with sponsorship for their current and future curated exhibits and events.”

Great thanks to Shawn Dove and our brothers and sisters at CBMA for supporting the ordinary extraordinary Colored Girl!!

About The Colored Girls Museum

The World’s First Colored Girls Museum is a House Museum located in Historic Germantown Philadelphia. The Museum documents and shares the stories and artifacts of " the ordinary extraordinary colored girl". Submissions by artists and curators are accepted through an open call process as rolling submission. The Colored Girls Museum debuted in the 2015 Philadelphia FringeArts Festival and began hosting museum tours in March of 2016. A finalist in the Knight Found

• What to bring
Anyone who would enjoy this tour

• Important to know
Free street parking available around the house/museum.
Unfortunately, this is not a wheelchair accessible space and there are stairs to climb throughout the tour.

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