It’s a gloomy Tuesday and what could be better than some party pictures! A Big Thank You to everyone who helped with, hosted, and attended our Decade of artblog fundraising parties! We were delighted to see so many friends and to meet new friends and talk about artblog and our move into the next decade. artblog is developing some new features — stay tuned and come back as we roll them out! Below are a few pictures from the parties we want to share with you. Again, thanks to all for your support! Want to help artblog? Check out our ... More » »
Seven people speak about artblog in our 7th, Decade-of-artblog video! Watch this short 2-minute and 23-second video to hear what Julian Phillips, Syd Carpenter, Hilary Jay, Gary Steuer, Dave Kyu, Edith Newhall and Nathaniel Popkin have to say. [Hey everyone, we had our first Decade-of-artblog party this weekend and it was great! We will have some photos to show you soon! Thanks to everybody who came to celebrate with us, and sign up for a ticket to one of our two remaining parties on Nov. 7 and Nov. 9. We'd love to see you there. Details at TicketLeap! --the editors]
In this Decade-of-artblog episode, we get some suggestions on how to make artblog better! And we get lots more nice comments. Enjoy. [Hey there! This is the last week to get tickets for our Sept. 28, 2013, Decade-of-artblog party at Rebekah Templeton Contemporary Art. Go to our Ticketleap page to get your tickets for this and our other two parties on Nov. 7 and Nov. 9! --the editors]
Here’s Episode 5 for you, where 11 people talk about many things they like about artblog. They like the diversity of what we cover; the international coverage; the fact that you can read about the show on artblog and see pictures, even when you can’t get to see it in the real world. Featured in this episode are Dave Kyu, Sid Sachs, Marcella Marsella, Chrstine Pfister and 7 others, who shout out the reasons why they keep coming back. [And don't forget our Decade-of-artblog fundraising parties! Three great nights at collectors' houses with the chance to see their art collections ... More » »
Twenty-two artblog readers talk about when they began reading artblog in this third episode from our Decade-of-artblog series. From ten years ago to several months ago, when did you start reading artblog? Catch the answers of these readers in this breezy, 2-minute video.
In Episode 2 of our series, four members of the Philadelphia art community talk about how artblog creates community and provides many important services. Two minutes long! Sweet.
–>Sammi Jauch, our summer intern, did a wonderful job with this series of ten videos, in which people tell us why they like artblog. The Decade of artblog video series coincides with artblog’s fall fundraising activities, which include 3 fundraising parties at collectors’ houses, where you will be treated to a tour of the collection and hear all about how these collectors began buying art. The parties will be a real treat, and we hope you can join us. Read more about the parties on our support page, and consider buying a ticket! Now in our tenth year, artblog loves ... More » »
In celebration of artblog’s 10-year anniversary, we are bringing you content from our inaugural year, 2003. In December, 2003, we were venturing forth from our Old City stomping grounds and trotting up to Northern Liberties and west to City Hall. Despite initial reservations, Roberta discovered some striking poetic narratives at 1 Penn Square. Portraits by a perceptive PAFA graduate were worth the visit to the now-closed Ashley Gallery, where paintings were rife with psychological complexity. ——————————- The Mystery of Case 13 By roberta December 30, 2003 I always have mixed feelings about the Art in City Hall shows. On the one ... More » »