The Haddonfield Crafts and Fine Art Festival returns for its 22nd year, July 12th and 13th.
Author Elizabeth Mitchell says the iconic statue’s hand and torch made a trip to Philadelphia in 1876 to help raise fund for the project’s completion.
Thanks to Mother Nature, the Philly Pops orchestra held its traditional Fourth of July holiday concert indoors at the Kimmel Center last night, instead of the usual spot outside Independence Hall.
A New York playwright has embarked on a two-year collaboration with an unlikely partner — the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.
A new social series all about art in Philadelphia will be taking over Instagram each day this summer.
To instill art appreciation in its youngest visitors, the folks at the Philadelphia Museum of Art are inviting children to participate in their summer programs.
It’s not easy to find a summer getaway spot in the Pocono Mountains that doesn’t ring with the enthusiastic sound of children. But recently, we discovered one.
Murals are a big part of the landscape in Philadelphia, often involving young people – but in Jenkintown, some older folks did the creating at the Abington Art Center.
The fifth annual Awesome Fest began today, with the aim of making Philadelphia a little more awesome with free outdoor events, according to Josh Goldbloom, founder and artistic director.
Apples and human skulls (!) are featured in the still lifes of Paul Cézanne, in a new exhibition opening June 22nd at the Barnes Foundation.
Titled, “12 x 9,” the critically acclaimed production is set in an overpopulated federal prison where a drug lord, devout Christian and sociopath are forced to live, love and cope behind bars.
The Walnut Street Theatre rolls out its snarky summer season with “How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying” and “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change”, but more fun goes on behind the scenes with Camp Walnut, a performance program for kids.
The exhibit is on display at the Mercer Museum in Doylestown until late August.
School District of Philadelphia to host its first dramatic stage play ever.
The play, presented Saturday at 8pm, is a fictional account of a meeting between civil rights leaders Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr.
The Fleisher Art Memorial is preparing to hold their 8th annual outdoor festival called “ARTspiration!” in South Philadelphia. Carrie Hodousek spoke to the Director of Communications, Dominic Mercier, about the events planned for June 14th.