Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
If you wish to take in a day of culture and history, there are plenty of places to choose from whether your interests are in architecture, art or history.
There are plenty of opportunities in the city of Philadelphia to enjoy art from museums to galleries to public art spaces. Here are five of the top attractions for art lovers in Philly.
Several museums in Philadelphia will offer free admission to the public this Sunday as part of the Association of Art Museum Directors’ (AAMD) Art Museum Day, which coincides with International Museum Day.
Whether you love paintings, sculptures or music and murals, here are some of the top places you can visit in Philly.
The galleries of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts are “bursting into bloom” now through this Sunday.
The artwork, a 1934 streetscape called “East Wind Over Weehawken,” goes up for auction in December.
A memorial service was held Sunday night for 24-year-old Anne Bryan, who was among the six people who died last week in a building collapse at 22nd and Market Streets.
The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts opens a new exhibit on Friday showcasing colorful and provocative works by figurative painter Eric Fischl.
In advance of the mid-May opening of the Barnes Foundation Museum on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, the City of Philadelphia and city tourism officials are launching a new arts marketing campaign.
To celebrate its opening at Broad and Cherry Streets in Center City, PAFA lit the Paint Torch at sunset for the first time.
Art Speaks is an opportunity for every single fourth grader in the Philadelphia public schools to travel to major art museums as part of their curriculum.
While cheesesteaks may be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Philadelphia’s claim to fame, art schools could be the next runner up.
If you are a museum buff, then Philadelphia is the place to be! The City of Brotherly Love offers a wide variety of museums for everyone to enjoy.