Follow Us
Find Us on Facebook Follow Us on Twitter Subscribe to RSS

May 30, 2014

Temple Contemporary Presents Funeral For A Home, A Celebratory Memorial And Demolition Of 3711 Melon Street, This Saturday, May 31

As the city of Philadelphia flourishes, the demise of its now-dilapidated row homes is a regular, unceremonious occurrence. In fact, some 600 old buildings are demolished in the city every year to make way for the new. This weekend, a collective of artists, civic groups and community members pause to commemorate the destruction of one […]

Read more»

May 9, 2014

Reminder: The Clay Studio Celebrates Its 40th Anniversary With 40 Straight Hours Of Pottery Programming, Today And Tomorrow, May 9-10

Celebrate 40 years of the Clay Studio with 40 straight hours of pottery-related programming at Fired Up at 40: A Celebration, a largely free creative event at the Old City studio. Today, May 9 and tomorrow, May 10, head out for a variety of events. The celebration kicks off this morning at 10 a.m. with […]

Read more»

May 8, 2014

The Collage Festival Brings Unexpected Pieces Of Art, Performance Art And Collaborative Work To West Philly, May 8-10

Expect the unexpected, Philadelphia. The annual Collage Festival returns with inspired art and collaborative works from more than 40 artists from our fair city and beyond. The Collage Festival aims to make art accessible to the general public and works to encourage collaboration within the artist-sphere. From May 8 though 10 at the Community Education […]

Read more»

March 7, 2014

Now Open: The Michener Art Museum Presents The Retrospective Paul Evans: Crossing Boundaries And Crafting Modernism, Through June 1

A splendid destination to take in the work of regional artists, the James A. Michener Art Museum is named for bestselling author James Michener — the Doylestown native son who first envisioned the museum — and houses a marvelous array of both fine and decorative art. From the sizable display of Bucks County artists like […]

Read more»

March 5, 2014

Material Culture’s Art 360 Exhibition And Auction Features Works By Richard Estes And More This Weekend, March 6-9

Art auctions aren’t just for the wealthy anymore. Fulfilling its mission to make art more affordable for the masses, Material Culture presents an exciting and extensive sale. Housed in the former train garage of the Atwater Kent Radio Factory, which was built in 1920, Material Culture offers 60,000 square feet of artifacts, furnishings and fine […]

Read more»

February 28, 2014

The Philadelphia Museum Of Art Debuts Treasures from Korea: Arts and Culture of the Joseon Dynasty, 1392-1910, An In-Depth Look At The Artifacts Of The Joseon Dynasty’s 500-Year Rule, March 2-May 26

On Sunday, March 2, The Philadelphia Museum of Art debuts its latest marquee exhibition, Treasures from Korea: Arts and Culture of the Joseon Dynasty, 1392-1910. Set to remain on view through May 26 in the Dorrance Galleries, the exhibition spotlights the art and artifacts of the Joseon Dynasty in the first comprehensive survey dedicated the […]

Read more»

February 19, 2014

Rittenhouse Square Textile And Design Shop Stadler-Kahn Hosts An “I Survived Winter 2013-14…” Sale Through Friday, February 28

Few occasions can help shake off the winter blues like a red-hot sale. Through Friday, February 28 at Stadler-Kahn, shoppers can celebrate surviving this brutal winter by scoring deals on incredible one-of-a-kind finds during the “I Survived Winter 2013-14…” sale at the Rittenhouse Square textile and design shop. Stadler-Kahn, an “elevated five & dime,” stocks […]

Read more»

February 12, 2014

Now Open: The Michener Art Museum In Doylestown Debuts Two New Exhibitions This Month, On View Through The Spring

Opened in 1988, the James A. Michener Art Museum is named for bestselling author James Michener, a Doylestown native son, who first envisioned the museum. Housing one the finest collections anywhere of Pennsylvania Impressionist painters, the Michener makes an excellent art-filled stop when visiting Bucks County. Recently, the museum hosted a grand marquee exhibition, From […]

Read more»

February 5, 2014

InLiquid Celebrates 15 Years Of Curating Fine Art In Philadelphia With Its Annual Silent Auction And Soiree At Crane Arts, February 7 And 8

The vast square footage of the Crane Arts complex houses a diverse array of creative outfits, from individual artists to multifaceted organizations, all celebrating the breadth of Philadelphia’s creative scope. This weekend, longtime Crane Arts resident InLiquid, an art and design non-profit organization, throws its annual bash, InLiquid Silent Art Auction and Benefit on Saturday, […]

Read more»

February 3, 2014

The Fleisher Art Memorial Hosts Its 14th Annual Print Love-In, A Day Of Valentine’s Day Card Making On Sunday, February 9

Give your sweetheart a one-of-a-kind, handmade card this Valentine’s Day. Fleisher Art Memorial hosts its 14th annual print love-in, a day where guests learn the art of printmaking and the variety of types of printmaking that exist. Make designs created by a number of local artists, some of which will be on-site to help crafters […]

Read more»