Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Celebrates Opening Of Ink And Gold: Art Of The Kano At The Phila. Museum Of Art
The Philadelphia Museum of Art held a special ribbon cutting ceremony Wednesday night to unveil a new exhibit. Ink and Gold: Art of the Kano is the largest collection of Kano art ever assembled in the United States.
Peg Zminda, Acting Executive Director of the Barnes Foundation shared an overview of the William Glackens exhibit.
The exhibit is on display at the Mercer Museum in Doylestown until late August.
The Asian Arts Initiative is preparing to open a new exhibit that takes a unique look at neighborhood corner stores.
Mothers in Charge held its annual conference earlier this week. One of the exhibits included portraits of innocent children killed by violence.
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.
For more information, visit the following link: http://newseum.org/exhibits-and-theaters/temporary-exhibits/anchorman/index.html
For more on the National Constitution Center’s ‘1968’ Exhibit, visit: http://constitutioncenter.org/experience/exhibitions/feature-exhibitions/the-1968-exhibit For more on Retrospect Vintage, visit: http://www.retrospectvintage.com
For more on the National Constitution Center’s “1968” exhibit, visit: http://www.constitutioncenter.org/experience/exhibitions/feature-exhibitions/the-1968-exhibit For more on the Calderwood Gallery, visit: http://www.calderwoodgallery.com
Auguste Rodin’s “The Burghers of Calais” was set down with a giant crane Friday at the museum, which recently completed a three-year renovation inside and out.
The Historical Society of Pennsylvania, at 13th and Locust in Center City, hosts a special display on a special day Monday.
A West Philadelphia non-profit opened a new exhibit that showcases ten years of student poetry, photography and other work.
If you thought you could only see dinosaurs in museums and on the movie screens, think again.
Bruce Springsteen Returns To The ‘Streets Of Philadelphia’ In A Must-See Exhibition At The National Constitution Center
Today, on the anniversary of the date Bruce Springsteen appeared on the covers of both TIME and Newsweek in 1975, the National Constitution Center announced that it will be the only venue to host From Asbury Park to the Promised Land: The Life and Music of Bruce Springsteen.
Rutgers University in Camden is displaying over 50 pieces of art that have been hidden for years.