Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts
Festival director Jay Wahl says he’s aiming for interaction with art and artists on an intimate scale.
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This year, one of Philadelphia’s most anticipated biennial events returns to the Avenue of the Arts, and the theme is “If You Had a Time Machine.”
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President U.S. Grant is welcoming people to the nation’s centennial at Memorial Hall in 1876 when he slips on a banana. But since the banana is new to America, he doesn’t recognize the fruit, and launches a historical quest to identify it.
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March and early April often feature blizzards and bouts of frigid temperatures. In other words, there is still time to go out and experience winter in the Philadelphia area.
Kimmel Center president and chief executive Anne Ewers says the theme this year is, “If you had a time machine, where would you go?”
Officials at the Kimmel Center have revealed some of their plans for the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts scheduled for next spring.
Ed Cambron, executive director of the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts, says next year’s PIFA Festival will take place March 28th through April 27th.
Jean Claude Baker, the adopted son of Josephine Baker, will join Peter Cook, a descendant of architect Julian Abele, and others will join in a panel discussion at the African American Museum of Philadelphia.
This spring, enjoy Paris right here in Philadelphia with the Parisian-themed Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts.
Event promoters are fond of saying their events will pump a certain amount of money into the economy. That’s not just guesswork.
Organizers for the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts are using social media to get the word out about the three-week-long festival.