The city’s renowned Mural Arts Program is working with fourteen well-known artists on a series of works that interract with the viewing public.
Saint-Gobain’s “Future Sensations” exhibit features five pavilions with each focusing on a sensory experience, like sight and sounds.
There will be seven new plaques embedded in the sidewalk along the Avenue of the Arts this Fall honoring Philadelphia music stars.
Artist Cesar Viveros designed the mural, which will be displayed on the exterior walls of the new St. Malachy School in North Philadelphia.
Exciting news! Our sister-station, WOGL’s own Harvey Holiday is one the 2015 Philadelphia Music Walk of Fame’s Class of inductees!
“Students at Museums in Philly” is launching a new program geared toward getting teens excited about the arts around the city.
The final, farewell concert of the Philadelphia Singers is tomorrow evening, as the group shuts down operations after more than 40 years of performing. Their leader, David Hayes, was aboard the train that derailed.
The water-themed vinyl decals on sidewalks and walls lead Main Street visitors to the new construction along the Manayunk Canal.
The prolific author and favorite son of Doylestown, Pa. lent his name to the local art museum.
Inside Out: Phila. Museum Of Art To Display Reproductions Of Artworks In Neighborhoods Throughout The Region
If the paintings grab your attention, but look a bit out of place, that’s the point.
Students from Comly Elementary School, in Northeast Philadelphia, were among a select audience taking part in a “Live Connections” session at the World Café, in University City.
As summer approaches, the Bucks County town of New Hope, on the Delaware River, is once again coming alive with visitors and things to do.
The historic Eastern State Penitentiary, in Fairmount, launches its 2015 season with new art installations and a free open house on Friday evening.
Central High School students studying music and the Italian language attended the final dress rehearsal of Verdi’s grand opera, Don Carlo, at the Philadelphia Academy of Music Wednesday.
“Dude, we need to do a show on street harassment.” That began a conversation between Alyson Rodriguez Orenstein and Amanda Sylvester of theater company Touch Me Philly Productions.