Franklin Street Works creates free, educational programs to accompany each exhibition. The programs often bring visitors in direct discussion with artists and curators, expanding on the exhibition’s written interpretive texts through interactions that elucidate our understanding of the curatorial process, artists’ works or themes in the exhibition. Our exhibition events also include commissioned performances by exhibiting artists, including dance, spoken word and performance art. In addition to our exhibition programs, Franklin Street Works also collaborates with organizations and individuals to create community events that bring people together to explore cultural and social themes via entry points such as art, food, and storytelling.

Upcoming Events

UPCOMING EVENT
"Lunch Engagement: First Friday Exhibition Tours"
Friday, March 2
12:30 pm

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UPCOMING EVENT
Reading Group with Curator Jacqueline Mabey: Exploring the Text-based Work of Artist Tanya Lukin Linklater
3:30-5 pm

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UPCOMING EVENT
Forced Mobility: an affective physics - Talk on Triptych Series by Artist Sherry Millner    
Saturday, April 7
4-6 pm

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UPCOMING EVENT
Reading Group with Curator Jacqueline Mabey: "Step of Hospitality / No Hospitality" from Of Hospitality by Jacques Derrida  
Saturday, April 28, 3:30-5pm

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UPCOMING EVENT
Special Edition of Lunch Engagement: First Friday Exhibition Tour with "In this place where the guest rests" curator Jacqueline Mabey 
12:30-1 pm

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