Spring Equinox Horoscopes
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by Nicole Giocuria and Sharon Isabel Curley The Sun has entered the Cardinal Fire sign of Aries, marking the Spring Equinox and the Zodiacal New Year. We transition into this new season with all planets direct, giving us the green light to initiate change in any areas of life that have become stagnant or that we have outgrown. Winter reminds us of the importance of death in the cycle of life, and spring greets us with a sense of renewal as we are now able to fill the dead space with new growth. We engage in the tradition of “spring cleaning,” a ritual of release and clearing out, so we can inv ..read more
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Winter Solstice Horoscopes
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By Nicole Goicuria and Sharon Isabel Curley The sun has entered the Cardinal Earth sign of Capricorn, signaling the “return of the sun” and the Winter Solstice. From here, the days get brighter as we witness the cycle of death and rebirth that leads us into spring. This winter, we see Pluto conjoin the Sun at the last degree of Capricorn, entering into the sign of Aquarius together, where Pluto will remain for most of 2024. This remarkable transit offers us potent energy to work with on a personal level, as this Aquarius season opens up a portal for complete transformation.  It takes Plut ..read more
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Fall Equinox Horoscopes
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by Nicole Goicuria and Sharon Isabel Curley The Sun has entered the Cardinal Air sign of Libra, marking the Fall Equinox. The season of autumn brings with it the beginning of the end, and our awareness of the cycle of life begins to peak as our surroundings transform and darken. Libra season ushers in our second eclipse season of the year. As we leave behind a very heavily retrograded summer, we head into autumn with a renewed sense of direction, motivation, and clarity. You may feel the dust starting to settle from navigating recent changes, and now is the time to root into your new reality ..read more
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Desecration and data death: A conversation with Caitlin Abadir-Mullally
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By Shanti Hands Desecration: A Process (installation view), Automat Collective. Photo by Shaina Nasrin Caitlin Abadir-Mullally is an Egyptian-American artist and an archivist based in Philadelphia. Desecration: A Process mimics the field of archaeology in three parts: the Research Phase, Excavation Site and Artifact Collection. This series parallels two kinds of desecration relevant to the artists’ access to her own history in the erasure and disposal of queer life and government-funded grave robbing in North Africa. The Research Phase consists of several binders of documents, photographs and ..read more
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How We Speak to Each Other: Sarah and Kenza Eat Halloumi and Discuss Echoes at Vox Populi
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4M ago
by Sarah Trad Echoes (exhibition documentation), Vox Populi Gallery. Photo by Shaina Nasrin Throughout the process of curating Echoes, I kept thinking about when Kenza and I met at a café last year and first discussed bringing Algerian cinema to Philly. Developing this show meant a lot to us because we had been discussing how underrepresented Algerian art is, even in spaces with SWANA (South-West Asian North African) programming. Echoes is the first solo exhibition of work by Algerian-American artist, Kenza Bousseloub. On view at Vox Populi Gallery, the show features photography, an 8mm short ..read more
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Penn Museum Workers United on Unionizing, Their Fight for Fair Wages, and the Current State of Cultural Institutions
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4M ago
by Meredith Sellers Penn Museum Workers United, the Penn Museum union, was officially formed in 2021 after over a year of organizing. Currently, they are in the process of fighting for a fair contract and are collecting signatures for a petition in support of their contract. Title editor Meredith Sellers spoke with union members Jessica Lubniewski and Emily Moore, who both work as Collections Coordinators in the Academic Engagement Department; Jonathan Santoro, who works as an Assistant Registrar; Matteo Hintz, the Project Mountmaker for the forthcoming Egypt and Nubia gallery; and Dan LoMastr ..read more
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Spring Equinox Horoscopes
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4M ago
by Sharon Isabel Curley and Nicole Goicuria The Sun’s ingress into Aries marks the Spring Equinox, and the start of the Zodiacal New Year. We have completed the life cycle embodied by the 12 archetypes of the Zodiac, and as we transition out of Pisces season and into Aries season, it is time for rebirth. While there is always something brewing in the astrological weather, we are truly experiencing seismic shifts as two generational planets (Saturn and Pluto) are transitioning into new signs. Saturn is now in Pisces, and as spring begins, Pluto will ingress into Aquarius. It takes Pluto approxi ..read more
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The Body is Cancelled
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4M ago
by Lane Speidel I am very angry with my doctors. I am very angry with my body. The body is cancelled. She told me that being transexual is a science experiment, but I didn’t need her to tell me that, I already knew. Did you know that doctors are actually trained not to care? One term for it is professional distance. They are actively trained to be detached from their patients. Some quotes: “That is not a side effect of this medication,” “This is an experimental use of this drug,” “There is no research being done on the long-term effect of hormone replacement therapy on trans people,” “What th ..read more
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Winter Solstice Horoscopes
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4M ago
by Nicole Goicuria and Sharon Isabel Curley The Sun has entered the Cardinal Earth sign of Capricorn, marking the Winter Solstice. From this point in time onward, the days will increase in light as we await “the return of the sun” in the spring. Winter is the time of year where the Saturnian energy of Capricorn season compels us to look inward and assess how we are building our lives and personal legacies, motivating us to set goals for the year ahead, and Mercury retrograde just before the year ends will help us slow down and transition into 2023 with intention.  Jupiter will square the ..read more
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Grids, Reflections, and Seeing Doubles: AJ Rombach at Fjord
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4M ago
by Joni Sullivan Like the rough edges of AJ Rombach’s work, the architecture of Fjord’s new location in Olde Kensington is exposed, unpolished, and honest. In their solo exhibition, DOUBLES, AT LEAST, one of AJ’s sculptural wall pieces hangs on a wooden support beam stripped of green paint, reminding me of an old birdhouse posted to a telephone pole. Grey and red pipes line the ceiling and walls. The space begs for work that responds to its quirks. AJ, who is based in Western Massachusetts, lamented not being able to see the space in person before their installation. But that didn’t stop them ..read more
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