Posted on September 09, 2016, BY Matthew Beltz

Caroline Wells Chandler's Cathy (2016) (Courtesy of the artist)

The Samek Art Museum will hold a launch party for its newest exhibition, Tomorrow Never Happens, on Friday, Sept. 16, at 7 p.m. at the Samek Gallery in the Elaine Langone Center on the Bucknell University campus.

The launch party will feature performances from artists that are either represented in or responding to the exhibition. Alex Smith and Maggie Eighteen, members of Metropolarity, a collective of speculative fiction writers from Philadelphia, will read selections from their works.  Baltimore-based rapper, Abdu Ali, whose music video is featured in the exhibition, as well as New York City-based drag performer Lil Miss Hot Mess will also perform.

Tomorrow Never Happens is currently on display in the art museum through Dec. 4. The display is a series of artworks that represent a diverse range of sexes and sexualities, gender identities and expressions, national origins and aesthetic sensibilities. It features Edie Fake's Sugar in the Tank (2015), Tseng Kwong Chi's Brasilia, Brasil (1984), Caroline Wells Chandler's Cathy (2016) and Andy Warhol's Ladies and Gentlemen (1975), as well as works of contemporary artists Ugo Rondinone, Jordan Eagles, Tejal Shah, Deborah Kass, Harmony Hammond, Chitrah Ganesh, Zanele Muholi, Jacolby Satterwhite and more.



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