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Panorama Brings Contemporary Art to the Main Line

Jes Lyons

Jes Lyons

Editorial & Marketing Assistant

Posted October 1, 2014

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If you love art and you live on the Main Line, then you’re definitely familiar with Main Line Art Center. Home to reputable art classes, workshops, and fun activities, this art center delivers for families in this little utopia of ours. Those at Main Line Art Center want to know, however, what is a utopia to you?

Newly expanding into digital artistic territory, Main Line Art Center’s is hosting it’s first annual Panorama: Image-based Art in the 21st Century. This event will be a full-blown celebration of contemporary art and images with the integration of photographic images, printmaking, video, film, and other creative mediums. This exploration ties in with their exhibition Modern Utopias with interactive activities, lectures, virtual and physical exhibitions, and educational programs. Panorama runs from September 12 – November 4, 2015, in a two-month long spectacular, including a festival taking place on October 24 that will have music, food trucks, live art experiences, innovative art-making, digital demos, and more.

Want to take part? This exhibition is open to contributions. On September 12, anyone, regardless of age or artistic experience, may create digital artwork that explains what utopia means to them and submit it to mainlineart.org. There will be cash prizes for the particularly creative among us, one for adults and one for children.

Photo of artwork courtesy of Main Line Art CenterDavid and Goliath, Marjan Moghaddam, 2012

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