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The galleries at Slought are open to the general public by appointment only from Tuesday to Friday, 12-5pm. Admission is free.

We are currently exhibiting Love and Oblivion, an exhibition exploring queer possibilities of affirmation, extravagance, and extinction, on display August 5 - September 9, 2021, and The Wounded City, a transitional project for those recovering from the pandemic who seek healing and connection, beginning July 1, 2021.

Visitors are required to schedule a visit through Eventbrite at least one hour prior to arrival. Visitation will be limited to 3 groups at a time. All visitors are required to follow our COVID-19 Social Contract, which entails wearing a face-covering, sanitizing hands, and refraining from visiting if feeling unwell. Free PPE will be provided if needed.

Our re-opening plans follow guidelines set forth by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, City of Philadelphia, and University of Pennsylvania. We will adapt our reopening plan in accordance with changes to safety protocols at the city, state, and university level.

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For over eighteen years, Slought’s mission as an arts organization has been to engage diverse publics in dialogue about topical cultural and socio-political issues facing Philadelphia and the world. Our purpose is to bring publics together, build trust between individuals and institutions, preserve public culture in all its forms, and steward ideas and heritage for the common good. Slought presents a variety of programs each year including dynamic exhibitions and discursive events, as well as courses, film festivals, hosted events for student and community groups, after-school programs, and more. Our space, free and open to everyone, serves as a meeting ground for artists, neighborhood residents, students, faculty, young adults, activists, and others.

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