WE LOOK FORWARD WELCOMING YOU TO THE NATIONAL LIBERTY MUSEUM
The National Liberty Museum is a small museum in Old City, Philadelphia with a mighty mission to illuminate the strength and fragility of liberty through the inspiring stories of ordinary individuals who have gone to extraordinary lengths to advance liberty for themselves and others. Our mission is to empower people with the knowledge, skills and opportunities to put liberty into action themselves.
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Monday, January 17
Monday, January 24
Craftivism brings together three installations, It’s Nice to Meet Me and Exodus by artist and activist Shannon Downey, and Badass Herstory. Founded by Downey, Badass Herstory is a global community project that inspires women and gender non-binary folks to share their stories through fiber art.
Throughout his long career, David Bowie found personal freedom in his unique forms of cultural expression. Through music, art, and fashion, Bowie disrupted and rebelled against societal expectations and norms, introducing new and more critical ways of thinking about race, sex, and gender. This exhibition celebrates David Bowie’s legacy in the creative freedom he inspired in generations of artists that have followed in his wake, artists who have continued to push boundaries and inspire others to do the same.