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Good Neighbors Exhibit at the Berman

Good Neighbors finds its starting point in the many possible notions of home and community, but at its core the project is about the common ground between audiences and the artists who are their neighbors.

Good Neighbors features a broad spectrum of work by eleven Philadelphia artists, including large-scale installations by Kay Healy and Raphael Fenton-Spaid; sculptures by Christina P. Day, Drew Leshko, and Lewis Colburn; photographs by Kelsey Halliday Johnson and Sarah Kaufman; video by Cari Freno; and paintings by Emily Smith Satis, Becky Suss, and Seneca Weintraut. Freno, Healy, and Kaufman are faculty in the Ursinus art department. More information on the artists’ works is available on request.


First and Third Wednesday of each month: A series of biweekly tours  rounds out the public program offerings for Good Neighbors. Join us at noon for exhibition tours led by the Berman Museum’s director, curator, or specially trained students from the museum’s Peer Docents program.

The Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art at Ursinus College is open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday through Friday, and from noon to 4 p.m. on weekends. The museum is closed on Mondays. It will also be closed for holidays from November 27–December 1, 2014, and from December 24, 2014–January 5, 2015. Admission to the Berman Museum is always free. It is accessible to visitors with disabilities.

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