Educator Rachel Goldberg discusses Pakistani Voices: In Conversation with The Migration Series.
In April 2013, the Phillips partnered with the US Department of State to conduct a series of workshops in Pakistan focusing on art and social change. Using Jacob Lawrence’s The Migration Series (1940–41) as a catalyst for conversation about the power of storytelling through art, emerging artists, middle and high school students, art educators, and museum professionals worked together to create visual narratives about identity, personal struggle, and Pakistani history. The exhibition, presenting 29 works by emerging Pakisani artists and 20 works by students, continues the Phillips’s history of being a leader in international cultural diplomacy.
Made in the USA: American Masters from The Phillips Collection, 1850–1970
(Mar 1–Aug 31, 2014)
Made in the USA: American Masters from The Phillips Collection, 1850–1970 Audio Tour
A Case for the Importance of Culture in a Prosperous Society
(Jan 27, 2014)
Intersections: 50–65 Horizon Line by Jean Meisel
(Jan 23–May 4, 2014)
A Closer Look: Van Gogh Repetitions
(Oct 12, 2013–Feb 2, 2014)
Intersections: Points, Lines, and Colors in Succession by John F. Simon Jr.
(Oct 17, 2013–Feb 9, 2014)
Intersections: Points, Lines, and Colors in Succession by John F. Simon Jr. Audio Tour
Van Gogh Repetitions
Van Gogh Repetitions Audio Tour
(Oct 12, 2013–Jan 26, 2014)
Pakistani Voices: In Conversation with The Migration Series
(Oct 1–Dec 31, 2013)
History in the Making: 100 Years After the Armory Show Audio Tour
(Aug 1, 2013–Jan 5, 2014)
Intersections: A Conjugation of Verb by Bernhard Hildebrandt Audio Tour
(Jun 27–Sep 22, 2013)