Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Stop at one of the many gift shops in our suggested Philadelphia museums and pick up a memento to bring home.
A new restaurant, a wine auction for charity, and a display of gingerbread houses to get you in the mood for the holidays!
“I always say, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is my biggest influence,” Lynch noted as he visited his alma mater, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.
The Preservation Alliance of Greater Philadelphia offers walking tours of neighborhoods and neighborhood architecture all over the area, pointing out things you probably would have missed on your own.
“This is a place where you can find extraordinarily hip and avant-garde and brand-new art being made right next to some amazingly traditional painters and sculptors,” says the school’s dean.
Commuters weren’t sure what to make of it.
Two Bucks County artists will have their work featured at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts “Trunk Show” on Sunday, March 10th from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
If you’re looking for unique holiday gifts for someone special, take a peek at what our local museum gift shops have to offer.
Museums from all over the country wanted this upcoming exhibit, but the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia was chosen.
An anti-violence art project, long housed at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, has been kicked out and left in limbo.
This gifted African-American painter, born and raised in North Philadelphia abd trained by Thomas Eakins, had to move to France to make a living as an artist.
The Lenfest Plaza, a public space in-between the two buildings of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts on North Broad, has been in the works for over a decade now.