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November 1, 2013

The Surrealists: Works from the Collection Opens At The Perelman Building At The Philadelphia Museum Of Art Opens, This Sunday, November 3 With A Special Day Of Pay-What-You-Wish Admission

The Perelman Building at the Philadelphia Museum of Art hosts a collection of more than 100 works from more than 50 artists for The Surrealists: Works from the Collection, an exhibition set to open on Sunday, November 3 and keep its doors open through March 2, 2014. The exhibition captures the Surrealist movement, a movement […]

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May 23, 2013

The Philadelphia Museum Of Art Presents Art Splash, A Combination Of Five Family-Friendly Exhibits, Programming And Festivals All Summer Long

Come one, come all to the Philadelphia Museum of Art this summer for Art Splash, a variety of family-friendly events and exhibits. The Perelman Building hosts children and adults alike for fun, art-centric programming from June 28 to September 2. The events center around five exhibitions that are either currently on display, or will be […]

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February 15, 2013

The Philadelphia Museum Of Art Presents Journeys To New Worlds, A Collection of Colonial Portugese And Spanish Art, February 16-May 19

The Philadelphia Museum of Art is welcoming an exciting new exhibition on Saturday, February 16. Journeys To New Worlds is a collection from Spain and Portugal and their colonies and contains works from the 17th and 18th centuries. Through this exhibit, the influence of cultures on one another is evident, and the creation of a […]

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September 21, 2012

Philadelphia Museum of Art Presents Shipwreck! Winslow Homer And The Life Line, On View Beginning September 22 At The Perelman Building

The Philadelphia Museum of Art’s latest exhibition is centered around the making and meaning of Winslow Homer’s masterpiece The Life Line, created in 1884. The painting is celebrated as one of the artist’s critical successes, as it engages age-old themes of peril at sea and the power of nature, while also celebrating heroism. On view […]

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August 14, 2012

Roundup: Plan A Summer Outing With Our Top Picks For Restaurants At Museums And Other Arts Institutions In Philadelphia

It’s easy to forget your appetite when you’re walking through a Philadelphia museum’s many captivating galleries and displays. But after spending some time at the city’s many iconic museums or other arts venues, you may find yourself hungry. Very hungry. Luckily, Philadelphia’s galleries and institutions understand the sentiment completely and have provided you plenty of […]

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July 12, 2012

Restaurateur Aimee Olexy And The Philadelphia Museum Of Art Team Up For A Special Artistic Food Event, Saturday, July 14

In celebration of the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Craft Spoken Here exhibition, farm-to-table pioneer and owner of super popular and award-winning restaurants Talula’s Table and Talula’s Garden Aimee Olexy is collaborating with the museum to host “Hostess Crafting” at the Perelman Building on Saturday, July 14. Known for creating a light-hearted atmosphere of happiness and […]

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July 9, 2012

The Philadelphia Museum Of Art Introduces A New Pricing Structure, Including Two-Day Admission, Complimentary Shuttle Service Among Its Three Properties And Extended “Pay What You Wish” Evening Hours

Exciting news on the local art scene: the Philadelphia Museum of Art recently introduced new admission prices. General admission is now $20 and is offered as a two-day ticket, enabling visitors to return the next day of operation after purchase to take advantage of everything the museum has to offer. That means you don’t have […]

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June 25, 2012

The Philadelphia Museum Of Art’s Perelman Building Presents Prom: Photographs By Mary Ellen Mark, On View Starting July 1

Photographer and Philadelphia native Mary Ellen Mark goes to prom — and lets us relive some of our most treasured adolescent memories — at the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s latest exhibition, Prom: Photographs By Mary Ellen Kelly. Featuring 60 black and white photographs of teenagers in their festive dress at their most anticipated event of […]

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Sarah Van Aken, Owner Of SA VA Clothing Brand
 

Local eco-friendly clothing designer and entrepreneur Sarah Van Aken is a true champion on the local Philly designer scene.

She’s the founder of SA VA, a Philadelphia-based clothing and accessories brand that’s brought much acclaim to the local fashion circuit.

Meet Sarah, see inside her store, and learn what she wishes more people knew about here in Philadelphia.

SA VA
1700 Sansom Street
www.shop.savafashion.com

Ruth and Raymond G. Perelman Building
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Fairmount and Pennsylvania Avenues
www.philamuseum.org/perelman

Local eco-friendly clothing designer and entrepreneur Sarah Van Aken is a true champion on the local Philly designer scene. She’s the founder of SA VA, a Philadelphia-based clothing and accessories brand that’s brought much acclaim to the local fashion circuit. Meet Sarah, see inside her store, and learn what she wishes more people knew about […]

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Welcome to Uwishunu's video series called "Philly 101," featuring 101 videos about Philadelphia in 101 days. Each video features a different Philadelphian, from top chefs and boutique owners to hotel doormen and brewers, sharing what they wish more people knew about Philly. Let us know what you wish more people knew about in the comments, on Twitter and on Facebook.
 

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May 3, 2012

The Philadelphia Museum of Art Presents Craft Spoken Here, An Exhibition Devoted To Contemporary Craft, On View Starting May 5

Presenting the work of 39 craft artists from 11 countries, the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s latest exhibition, Craft Spoken Here, explores the significance of craft as a form of visual expression. On view May 5 through August 12 at the Perelman Building, the works in Craft Spoken Here range from 1960 to the present in […]

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