I don’t know about you, but I’m spending a lot of time perusing my email inbox for travel destinations. … See Full Post
Just as we are in a seasonal holding pattern, bearing the brunt of the rains and the lingering cold as … See Full Post
Deborah Caiola’s video walkthrough of the exhibition Muses, Guardians, and Saints and the extensive interview with the artist allows … See Full Post
The evening of March 17th marked the fifth annual fundraiser held by Twelve Gates Arts, a non-profit arts organization, directed … See Full Post
Currently showing at The Painted Bride Art Center is the InLiquid curated exhibition, As By Digging. Featuring three of our … See Full Post
Albeit imaginative as any artists’ vision, Burko is still completely frank with her message.
Trending Threads compares and contrasts our urges on social media to the thoughtful (IRL) interactions with one another.
The piece previews the upcoming exhibition, Circadian Rhythm, at Park Towne Place. My understanding of the concept of circadian rhythm is, frankly, pretty … See Full Post
If you have to just see one exhibition at the Crane Arts Building, Interference by Paul Anthony Smith and Andre … See Full Post
After three decades of gracing the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Lenfest Hall, Marc Chagall’s A Wheatfield on a Summer’s Afternoon has come down and will be leaving Philadelphia for an indefinite amount of time.