If you buy something at a flea market that turns out to be stolen, who keeps it? You or the person from whom it was stolen?
Controller Alan Butkovitz says a random sample of 25 pieces found that half were either damaged, vandalized, could not be located or had other inventory issues.
Walk in the door of the Woodmere Art Museum, and right away, the gallery down the hall demands your attention.
The man who led the move of the Barnes Foundation from Merion to Museum Row in Philadelphia is stepping down to become a visiting professor at Drexel University.
In this Eye on the Arts, head inside a world that started out as graffiti and is now considered mural arts. It’s on exhibit at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.
Artist Benjamin Volta worked with kids from Waring Elementary to create a multicolored mural of nerve cells.
The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts presents “Beyond the Paint: Philadelphia’s Mural Arts,” featuring the work from 30 years of community based art making in the city.
Artists, scientists and others are helping to clean and restore a 17th century Italian painting.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art is now showcasing “Léger: Modern Art and the Metropolis.”
The Executive Director of The Asian Arts Initiative, Gayle Isa, says her group is heading the effort to improve Pearl Street, which she sees every day since it happens to be right behind her organization’s building.
Philadelphia has one of the largest collections of public art in the country and now more information that ever is available with just a few taps on your cell phone.
For the first time in 90 years, the Barnes Foundation is showcasing a contemporary artist, Ellsworth Kelly, from now until Labor Day.
It was just a year ago that Draw Something took over the app world – but its rise to the top was short lived. Draw Something 2 is hoping to extend the reign.
New Exhibit At Philadelphia Museum Highlights Artist Who Broke Color Barriers In Children’s Literature
A new exhibit opens Friday at the National Museum of Jewish American History that showcases the work of a children’s author and illustrator most known for breaking a color barrier in children’s literature.
The City of Philadelphia’s Mural Arts program kicked off its summer program for “What We Sow,” a program that celebrates food and takes art beyond the wall with cooking demos and more.