Kelly is an abstract artist who came to see the installation of his wall sculptures, which are on exhibit at the Barnes Foundation this summer.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art presents “Great and Mighty Things”: Outsider Art from the Jill and Sheldon Bonovitz Collection.
A visit to the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum can be a convenient trip. Be there in two hours and absorb the fascinating hands-on history of America’s infatuation with sea and space.
On Tuesday, the NCC’s officials announced that a new exhibit, titled “1968,” will be featured this June through September, and it will focus on a turbulent year in American history.
This March, celebrate Women’s History Month with events and activities honoring local women of the past, present and future.
The priceless art collection at the Barnes Foundation attracts a record-breaking number of visitors almost every day. But on Friday nights, the museum is open with music, tastings, even a pajama party for the children.
As if a staggering art collection weren’t enough, the Barnes Foundation is offering a lively mix of music, theater, and other programs every Friday night.
In Philadelphia, a city full of museums, every day could easily be Museum Day. But there’s one thing you won’t be able to get at the city’s museums any other day of the year: free admission.
Think you’ve seen it all? Think again! This fall, Philly’s museums are doing it up right with options everyone will love.
How’s this for a Friday night: great world music, a glass of wine and some of the most beautiful art in the world, at one of Philadelphia’s most impressive museums?
The nation’s first museum dedicated to the delicious foodstuff is set to open on Frankford Avenue in Fishtown next month.
Summer is half over, but there are still tons of exciting events coming up in Philadelphia this August. Take your pick from the list and enjoy!
Fundraising continues for a national museum that tells the story of the creation of America.
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.
What do you do with yourself if the Philly museum scene bores you? Here’s your answer.