The Philadelphia History Museum at 15th South 7th Streets tells the story of the city.
There’s something magical about music under the summer sky that makes a concert that much more special.
For the first time in 90 years, the Barnes Foundation is showcasing a contemporary artist, Ellsworth Kelly, from now until Labor Day.
Show off your dance moves or learn some new ones at Philly’s upcoming festival, Philadelphia Dance Day.
On Tuesday night, July 23rd, it’s Disney’s “Fantasia,” live in concert at The Mann Center.
From the Flyers’ Stanley Cups to highlights of the great Dr. J, many of your favorite moments and figures in Philly sports history will be featured when the Mann Center presents “Symphonic Sports-tacular” on July 24th.
Movies like “The Incredibles,” “Toy Story,” “Finding Nemo” and “Up” were all thrilling, family-friendly entertainment from Pixar, and one of the things that made them so was the fabulous music.
On June 25th, the Mann Center presents “Jerry Garcia: A Symphonic Celebration.”
Joel Gibbs, Talk Philly’s “Arts Ambassador”, spoke to Pat Ciarrocchi about some exciting events in the coming weeks.
If you love rock ‘n’ roll, you may want to experience “Rock of Ages,” presented by the Broadway Series at the Kimmel Center from June 14th-16th.
On Saturday, May 25th, an original musical production of “Cinderella” comes to the Kimmel Center’s Perelman Theater.
Philadelphia has been honored as the best city in the country for culture. For many creative groups that help to shape that reputation, a major bank continues to serve as a patron of the arts.
Festival director Jay Wahl says he’s aiming for interaction with art and artists on an intimate scale.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art presents “Great and Mighty Things”: Outsider Art from the Jill and Sheldon Bonovitz Collection.
This year, one of Philadelphia’s most anticipated biennial events returns to the Avenue of the Arts, and the theme is “If You Had a Time Machine.”