Funerary violins, an un-dead puppeteer and a horror-filled burlesque show. It might sound morbid, but that’s the point.
Philadelphia has been called home by some of the world’s greatest artists, and the city is filled with artistic treasures at every turn.
Expectations for the 2012 creative scene in Philadelphia are high, but the spring and summer lineup of festivals will satisfy any art aficionado. Check out the top upcoming festivities to fulfill a serious, or just curious, art fix.
Whether you’re an art lover or not, this app let’s you peek into the mind of Vincent Van Gogh and it’s a fascinating look at the troubled Dutch painter.
A West Philadelphia non-profit opened a new exhibit that showcases ten years of student poetry, photography and other work.
“Here at the Rosenbach, we have the world’s biggest collection of Maurice Sendak’s artwork, author of “Where the Wild Things Are,” and “In the Night Kitchen,” and almost a hundred other picture books.”
This gifted African-American painter, born and raised in North Philadelphia abd trained by Thomas Eakins, had to move to France to make a living as an artist.
By Steve Tawa PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – In advance of the mid-May opening of the Barnes Foundation Museum on the Ben Franklin Parkway, the city of Philadelphia and tourism officials are launching a new arts marketing […]
The book, Van Gogh: The Life is by the duo that also wrote a definitive bio of Jackson Pollock.
YesPhilly is a non-profit that uses art and creative incentives to motivate non-grads to do more than just get a GED.
What do you do with yourself if the Philly museum scene bores you? Here’s your answer.
Bucks County artist and sculptor Gregory Marra has plans to tell the story of America’s birth in a rather unique way: with statues of historic figures.
A new collector’s night event held at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts offered advice for those interested in becoming a collector of fine art, and the event used a beer and chocolate tasting to help break the ice—as well as draw in the crowd.
One man’s art is another man’s junk, and that is surely the case at a vacant lot at Broad and Pine.
Rutgers University in Camden is displaying over 50 pieces of art that have been hidden for years.