PEM Prize Dinner & Party

We invite you to join us to celebrate the first ever PEM Prize. This will be an inspiring evening where we will honor Carlos Garaicoa, our PEM Prize recipient and raise funds to support the programs, exhibitions and education initiatives PEM offers each year. Together, we will experience the world premiere performance of a new … Continue reading PEM Prize Dinner & Party

W O L F D R E A M

Throughout history Wolves have been the personification of wonder and power. They represent the untamed spirit and unconquered land. With that reputation they have also been condemned as evil incarnate and, once murdered, a symbol of man’s brutal conquest of nature. With this exhibition we aim to explore and promote the majesty of these beautiful … Continue reading W O L F D R E A M

The Unmasking of Negro Election Day and the Black Vote, Salem United

The exhibition begins with the history of slavery and the arrival of Prince Pompey.  Then it travels through the life of Prince Pompey as a slave.  It moves to Pompey establishing the first Black voting system, called Negro Election Day. Then it gradually takes you through black voter suppression.  It returns to Negro Election Day … Continue reading The Unmasking of Negro Election Day and the Black Vote, Salem United

‘Dominican Faceless Dolls’ at Salem Armory Regional Visitor Center

Salem Maritime National Historic Site announces the installation of Dominican Faceless Dolls, a bilingual (English/Spanish) exhibit on display May 7 – June 30, Wednesday – Sunday, 10 am – 4pm at the Salem Armory Regional Visitor Center, 2 New Liberty Street in Salem. Co-created with North Shore Community Development Coalition (North Shore CDC), the exhibit celebrates … Continue reading ‘Dominican Faceless Dolls’ at Salem Armory Regional Visitor Center

The Great Animal Orchestra: Bernie Krause and United Visual Artists

The Peabody Essex Museum and the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain are proud to present the North American premiere of The Great Animal Orchestra. Step into an immersive audio-visual experience that celebrates our planet’s rich biodiversity. Over the course of nearly fifty years, Bernie Krause collected more than 5,000 hours of recordings of natural environments, … Continue reading The Great Animal Orchestra: Bernie Krause and United Visual Artists

PEM Prize Festival

Join us for the PEM Prize Festival on Sunday, May 22, which will be a daytime celebration free and open to the public featuring street musicians from the Greater Boston area curated by PEM and the artist. In his groundbreaking exhibition Partitura, Carlos Garaicoa imagined a new kind of orchestra — made up of 40 individual … Continue reading PEM Prize Festival