Posts Tagged ‘art exhibit’

PMA Takes Collection Outdoors Again This Summer

PMA Takes Collection Outdoors Again This Summer

April 6, 2016  |  Morning Blend

PMA bringing its collection back to the streets, Microsoft to extend marketing arm to University City, gallery exhibit in North Philly tells new narratives, and mural next to Julian Abele Park no more > more

Seeing Between The Ci-Lines: St. Andrew's Chapel Awakened With Art And Geometry

Seeing Between The Ci-Lines: St. Andrew’s Chapel Awakened With Art And Geometry

February 27, 2015  |  Last Light

Temporary art installation Ci-Lines opens this Saturday inside the ornate, vacant St. Andrew's Chapel on Spruce Street in West Philly. We spoke with the project's artist Aaron Asis about community engagement, vacant and abandoned site activation, and urban preservation > more

New Exhibition At African American Museum Celebrates Tiberino Family

New Exhibition At African American Museum Celebrates Tiberino Family

September 25, 2013  |  Buzz

The Tiberino family has, at their home compound and museum, for years been a West Philly institution. At an exhibition opening with a reception tomorrow evening, they'll share their family's art at another institution: the African American Museum > more

Feeling Climate Change Along The Chemical Estuary

Feeling Climate Change Along The Chemical Estuary

June 20, 2013  |  Vantage

When Hurricane Sandy struck in October, climate change surged back to the top of public dialogue. Artist Roderick Coover explores how it might effect the Delaware Estuary through a trio of art exhibits. Chris Mizes has the story > more

Everyday Livin' At The Library Company

Everyday Livin’ At The Library Company

May 20, 2013  |  Buzz

With an ephemera exhibition opening tomorrow, the Library Company of Philadelphia brings us a collectible slice of life. Remnants of Everyday Life: Historical Ephemera in the Workplace, Street, and Home accentuates design in items ranging from souvenirs to trade cards to paper dolls from the late 18th to mid-20th centuries > more