On view April 7th – April 30th, 2017
Opening Reception: First Friday, April 7th, 6pm – 10pm
Feeling left out of Government?
MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD !
PRACTICE and Morgan Hamilton understand that all too often Americans feel left out of the functions of government. That’s why we are holding a Town Hall with Senator. Kip Tunamelt, FL
The United States Department of Trust has tasked Sen. Tunamelt with rolling out a new initiative called Let’s Write A Bill!. This initiative will directly involve the people of Philadelphia in the legislative process. During this Town Hall Sen. Tunamelt’s eyes and ears will be open to you, the public, and together by the end of the night, we will write and pass a bill. If you have feel like politics have pushed you out of your rightful place in your representative’s constituency, then come to this Town Hall and fix it! All voices are encouraged to join and the louder the better, as Sen. Tunamelt is known for his bombastic personality. Come crack open a beer with this dynamic politician and flex your civic muscles in this legislative exercise.
Join us for a TOWN HALL with Senator Kip Tunamelt at 8 PM
Morgan Hamilton is a visual artist from Florida. He currently resides in New Castle, Delaware and is an adjunct professor at The University of Delaware, where he received his MFA. He is also the curatorial fellow at The Delaware Contemporary. He received his BFA from Florida State University, where he was exposed to artists like Laurie Anderson, Stan Douglas, and Mary Reid Kelley, all of whom influenced his view of video in art. There, he worked for several artists groups and collaborated with a local gallery on behalf of the College of Art. His work ranges from performance and video to sculpture and installation and he has exhibited abroad and at home, from sea to shining sea. He wishes to create future realms whose bedrock is in our present experience.