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Check out the directory below for local listings from all types of art venues!

  • Photo: About two years ago, arts writer Don Brewer pointed out a surprising fact about... ,
  • Closing Reception and Kensington Photo Walk: Treasure Hunt, 4 - 7 pm Gravy Studio, 2212 Sepviva Street,
  • Identity: From Finance to Fine Art, 6 - 8 pm Brandywine Workshop and Archives, 728 S. Broad Street,
  • Annual Pearl Street Block Party, 1 - 5 pm. Neighborhood festival celebrates Chinatown North’s rich cultural diversity + artistic community,
  • Major Retrospective of Renowned Landscape Painter Walter Elmer Schofield, 1 - 4 pm @WoodmereArt,


  • Jennifer Sontchi at work on a diorama. Art, Science, Wonder at the Academy
    post by Erica Minutella Can you remember where it was you lost your childhood? Perhaps it was just past the second star to the right, or somewhere between the lamp-post and Cair Paravel. No matter where it was, or what...
  • "Woman with Screaming Head," 1968 How to Catch an Idea, David Lynch-Style
    post by Erica Minutella David Lynch has been getting into transcendental meditation – or so he announced at the preview of his current exhibition, David Lynch: The Unified Field, on display at The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts through...
  • In Lieu of Birthday Gifts, Please Send Hashtags In Lieu of Birthday Gifts, Please Send Hashtags
    post by Erica Minutella Up until a year ago, the most famous paper clip collection in the world was probably owned by one Bert – of Muppet origin. While the length of Bert’s collection probably still cannot be rivaled, a...
  • Model for installation layout for Begin Where You Are. Beginning with Crane Arts
    post by Erica Minutella Hulking concrete walls now divide the 5,000 square feet of the Icebox Project Space, once an open, echoing white room at Crane Arts. The change, although temporary, confronts the entrant with maze-like partitions, sudden stops and...
  • From the Bride to Vine: the Journey of Asian Arts Initiative From the Bride to Vine: the Journey of Asian Arts Initiative
    post by Erica Minutella From a studio space in Port Richmond to an arts space in Chinatown, two artists traveled in mockup sculptural replicas of a corner store – complete with bullet proof glass and a rainbow variety of potato...
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