It does not matter if you are looking to purchase a piece of art or just enjoy looking at different works of art, many galleries in America offer a place to explore and experience fabulous works of art in person.
Mothers in Charge held its annual conference earlier this week. One of the exhibits included portraits of innocent children killed by violence.
The DrawQuest app features daily drawing competitions that let you and countless other people flex your creative muscles.
Even in these digital days, it’s a Sunday tradition for many to curl up with the Sunday New York Times. A book, new in paperback, tells some colorful tales from inside the “Gray Lady.”
If you take a walk along the Schuylkill River this weekend, you’ll see 21 artists working outside.
Jenkintown boasts great restaurants, talent and artists. That will all be showcased Sunday between one and six in the afternoon as this year the festival offers more in the way of entertainment and activities for the entire family.
A new internet radio station based here is putting out The Sound of Philadelphia around the world around the clock.
If you want a Halloween pumpkin, but don’t want one that will rot, the glass department at Tyler School of Art can help.
Artists located in 19 different neighborhoods in Philadelphia will open their studios to the public this weekend and next in the annual Philadelphia Open Studio Tours.
Artists have served in the U.S. Army ever since World War I. Their art is part of the Army’s historical record. Some of those artists were honored Tuesday at the National Constitution Center as part of their upcoming “Art of the American Soldier” exhibit.