By early evening, First Friday was in full swing in Old City. Paintings, prints, and sculptural work at Indy Hall, Pii Gallery, and Rodger LaPelle delighted and inspired gallery-goers.Read More
The Philadelphia Furniture Show offers the public a chance to see beautiful, handmade furniture and chat with the craftspeople who made it. It is an opportunity to discover that special piece that will be a pleasure for you to look at and touch and for your family to cherish for many generations.Read More
I think you’ll be inspired by the joy the A.R.T. program brings to people with disabilities served by United Cerebral Palsy of Philadelphia & Vicinity….
I love that it highlights their abilities rather than disabilities. We’re planning to expand the program to include children in 2016.
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“Its an 18 month residency with furnished housing and utilities provided, along with a $1,000/month stipend, and a separate working budget for exhibitions and programs. Potential teaching opportunities with partnering academic institutions are an additional possibility….The application deadline is November 30th.Read More
The turnout for opening night was quite impressive. The entry line stretched for more than a block. The venue was a bit odd: the CenturyLink Field Event Center, which sits in the shadow of CenturyLink Field, where a Seattle Mariners evening game was in progress, literally over our heads.Read More