The art world needs a grapevine. We provide one each week in our news roundups.
We curate the news each week to reveal the best of what’s going on in Philadelphia. We find the latest job/exhibition/funding opportunities and important tidbits about Philadelphia art and artists and keep you up to date with what’s cooking.
Philadelphia is beset with Pope Francis-fever this month. And Indigo Arts is not going down the commercial road with that. But, they do want to say check out the retablos of St. Francis of Assisi they have on their website or in the gallery.Read More
Pair Jerry Saltz, everyone’s most beloved (or disliked, Robert Storr?) art critic with Baltimore stand up comic Stavros Halkias and let them talk about a bunch of things like art, humor, performance, criticism and what do you get? A little anarchism, a little fun.Read More
Today’s news post is hyperlocal, serving up art news and opportunities to the Philadelphia area and nearby!Read More
We report sad news today of the passing of two important women in Philadelphia’s art world, Marion (Kippy) Boulton Stroud and Frances P. Aulston. Our thoughts go out to the family, friends and community of these amazing women.Read More
Tim Portlock, an Artblog favorite, is MLAC’s first Digital Artist in Residence, and on Oct. 24, 5 to 9 pm, Portlock will “light up the night with a presentation of site-specific work,” according to the Center (I think that may mean outdoor video projections). Other activities that night include music, food trucks, art-making, digital demos, and more.Read More