The galleries of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts are “bursting into bloom” now through this Sunday.
The fourth annual “Philly Jam” is the city’s way of showcasing Philadelphia’s contribution to the art of jazz.
Adjacent to the second busiest train station in the country, The Porch at 30th Street is viewed as one of the most creative and animated public spaces in Philadelphia. It offers everything from great food to a plethora of free entertainment.
Mural Arts Executive Director Jane Golden says it’s a unique Philadelphia experience.
There was a significant no-show at Tuesday’s event: the cherry blossoms.
Coined as Philadelphia’s next great public space, The Porch at 30th Street Station offers an assortment of events that are free for everyone and accessible to anyone.
For two weeks in April, artists’ original work will be showcased at the John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove during their 9th annual Art Show.
The list of honorees includes Joan Myers Brown of Philadanco and former CBS-3 reporter and host Trudy Haynes.
Five portraits of clerics by Thomas Eakins were taken down last Friday and are now in the hands of Christie’s auction house.
The theme for this year’s performance is a sultry take on Victoriana. There will be live music for the first time, with dance moves created by the Pennsylvania Ballet dancers themselves.
The third annual “ReelAbilities” Film Festival kicked off Thursday. It runs through March 27th.
The author of this year’s selection will be on hand for one last discussion.
The Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance is kicking off its latest effort to get teenagers excited about the city’s arts and culture scene.
The Philadelphia Historical Commission has approved a developer’s ‘hardship’ request to tear down most of the interior of the historic Boyd Theater, near 19th and Chestnut Streets, to redevelop it.
A local non-profit will celebrate Women’s History Month with a new exhibit that opens tonight, showcasing the self portraits of young women from Girls’ High.