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.
These murals paint the city of Philadelphia bright with artistic expression.
The tour runs every Saturday in April, Saturday and Sundays in May and then five days a week beginning in June.
Is it art or is it vandalism? Whatever you call it, a new Philadelphia tour examines the styles and effects of graffiti.
Philadelphia is increasingly becoming known as “The Mural Capital of the World,” and with over 3,000 murals, there are a number of ways that people can explore all or as many of them as they would like.
As a part of the 125th anniversary of Bryn Mawr College, A spectacular mural has been dedicated in West Philadelphia as a tribute to advances in the education of women.
The Parking Authority Board approved nearly a quarter of a million dollars to powerwash, seal, and prime a series of enormous walls on its airport garages.
Philadelphia has many murals, thanks in part to the Mural Arts Program, which has produced a wide variety of works in partnership with many organizations across the city. Travel around town, and be sure to look up at the dazzling walls you see across the cityscape!