Longtime “Tonight Show” bandleader Kevin Eubanks and his trumpet-playing brother Duane were back in their hometown of Philadelphia, teaching master music classes at the Kensington High School for Creative and Perform Arts.
The Kimmel Center unveils a newly-renovated performance space Thursday, a studio theater where playwrights and musicians will create and present new works, including an unusual art exhibit.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show this weekend offers art objects in combinations of material that are at times startling and often stunning.
The Farmhouse is a small retreat facility in Kennett Square, Chester County and founder Barbara Montgomery says it’s the perfect place to bring female veterans together to connect following the horrors of combat in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The 37th Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show opens to the general public Thursday at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
“DanceAfrica is about so much more than wonderful dancing,” says Theresa Shockley, executive director of the Community Education Center in West Philadelphia.
Exactly seventy-five years ago, a CBS Radio broadcast of “The War of the Worlds,” produced and directed by Orson Welles, sent Americans into widespread panic.
The 33rd annual Jewish Film Festival is promising: more opportunities for community engagement, more venues and more variety in show times with the goal of reaching a broader audience.
The five-time Tony award winner appeared on stage at the famous playhouse more than sixty years ago, long before she became an icon on Broadway.
The Michener Art Museum in Doylestown, Bucks County is playing host to Grace Kelly, celebrating her work and life as an actress and iconic figure.
This year the Philadelphia Museum of Art is having one smash exhibit after another, and 2014 will be just as exciting.
Artists, scientists and others are helping to clean and restore a 17th century Italian painting.
‘From Philadelphia to Monaco: Grace Kelly Beyond the Icon’ Exhibition To Open In Bucks County Museum
From actress to princess, humanitarian and mother, Grace Kelly may be a global icon, but she is also a hometown girl.
“The components of this wall literally are 12,500 aluminum panels,” Franklin Institute senior VP Troy Collins explained. “They are hung on over 800 rods and it covers over 3,000 square feet.”
The artworks, taken from schools including Wilson Middle School, include paintings by noted artist Henry Ossawa Tanner.