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Slought ('Sl-aw-t') is a new form of institution that builds relationships and social trust through collaboration and the exchange of ideas. For over a decade, we have worked with artists, communities, and institutions worldwide to develop projects that encourage inclusiveness, advocacy, and the sharing of knowledge.

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Press Contact

Megan Schmidgal
4017 Walnut Street
Philadelphia PA 19104
P: 215-701-4627, Ext. 110
F: 215-764-5783

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Any form of coverage is transformative. It creates a forum for conversation and helps us build new relationships. Whether you contribute to newspapers, magazines, academic journals, blogs, public broadcasting, or independent media, we appreciate your interest in Slought and look forward to providing you with the information you need.

Our projects in Philadelphia have received coverage in outlets such as WHYY/NPR, the Philadelphia City Paper, the Associated Press, The New York Times, Art in America, and the SFMOMA blog. Our projects in the world have been covered by Artforum, the International Herald Tribune, The Architect's Newspaper, and, and our projects in the cloud have received covered in In these Times, Knight Arts, and Time Out.

Media Files

Slought's logotype and images are made available with conditions.

They are not to be used for commercial purposes. They cannot be altered, transformed, or built upon. They must be accompanied by the attribution "Courtesy of Slought/".




Upcoming Events

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In Philadelphia
May 05, 2016

A conceptual project about civic thresholds and visualizing the health and well-being of Philadelphia

In the World
Mar 22, 2016

A series of photographs of ruins, landscapes, and portraits of Arab-Israelis and Palestinians who were either displaced by the 1948 War or forced into refugee camps

Apr 21, 2016

A series of diptychs for each year between 1948 and 2013 that places together portraits of persons from both sides of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

In the Cloud
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Upcoming Projects

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